More important will be what the central bank flags for the future, given the market implies 100 basis points of easing over the next year or so. MSCI's All Country World Index of stocks, down by as much as 0.2% on the day, erased some losses to trade 0.02% lower.
Yields on 2-year notes US2YT=RR, a proxy for Fed policy rates, rose to 1.88%. While the rate will eventually drop by a quarter percentage point, it might not happen as quickly as rates increased. The meeting's minutes will be released on August 21, providing a fuller picture of any divide, and officials may detail their views in public in the meantime.
The driver raised the alarm when Mr Siddhartha did not return. Police and local fishermen searched the river below the bridge, suggesting that authorities may suspect suicide. Police said the 60-year-old entrepreneur left his home in Bangalore, telling his family that he was headed to the hill resort of Sakleshpur. When they reached the bridge, he got down from the vehicle and asked his driver to go ahead and wait at the other end, following which he went missing.
They say millions of sheep might have to be slaughtered if tariffs are slapped on lamb exports to the EU. Odds of a no-deal Brexit have narrowed since Johnson came to power, although bookmakers generally see a no-deal Brexit in 2019 as less likely than Britain leaving with an agreement in place - or the departure date being postponed once again.
According to Capital One , the accessed information is related to people who had applied for its credit card products and to Capital One credit card customers. "The perpetrator gained access through a misconfiguration of the web application and not the underlying cloud-based infrastructure". Chairman and CEO of the company, Richard D.
And while 2.1 percent growth is nothing to pound your chest about, it was much better than what the economists at the NY and Atlanta Federal Reserve banks were expecting. The economy grew at 3.1% in 2018. The recent slowdown echoes the pattern seen ahead of the rate cut cycles that began in 1995 and 1998. The Fed is going wild.