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- SPYMarket Realist•16 minutes ago
OppenheimerFunds The U.S. economy was weaker than expected in 2016, the lagged effect of the Fed’s policy mistake in 2015. In our opinion, the worst is now over for the…
- EWZBarrons.com•31 minutes ago
Brazil's central bank slashed rates, but the accelerated pace of cuts could continue with the benchmark Selic rate at a still-high 12.25%. Schroders' Craig Botham, an emerging markets economist, notes that worries about rising inflation have subsided, with survey-based expectations for 2017 at 4.4%. Should activity disappoint, therefore, the central bank has signaled it would be comfortable in cutting more rapidly.