U.S. Day Ahead: Low inflation could signal Fed QE3
Thursday, May 10, 2012 - 02:12
May 10 - Lower-than-expected PPI could give the Fed more wiggle room to launch QE3 if the economy falters, according to Reuters Jason Lange.
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We take the temperature the recovery and inflation when producer prices come out at 8:30 AM. Headline PPI should come in flat partly due to falling energy and food costs. Key battleground for fed officials. Arguing over whether the economy needs more stimulus. Reuters Jason -- as a lower than expected read could embolden the. Well even though more volatile energy prices will probably keeping inflation cooler and April. That's still gives defense a little bit more wiggle room to do more to help the economy should jobs growth we can. Not expect Dallas fed president Richard Fisher that his boys to the ongoing debate over stimulus. It gives his take on to exit failed and banks in Texas at 9:15 AM. Recently the inflation hawks said he did not want rates to rise yet. But he argued that lawmakers had to get their act together to help heal the economy. Well to get an update on -- regulation from Nazis he had Mary Shapiro she's talking at an Investment Company Institute meeting in DC in the morning. Back in April she said her agency was still probing the accounting practices of Lehman Brothers didn't let up to its collapse. Your -- I had number is 77 point five what's that well that's where the Reuters University of Michigan sentiment index to rise to -- -- day according to IFR. It -- feeling better especially as it's costing less to fill up at the pop. Expect Nvidia to get a boost from helping PCs salesman reports before the opening. Still that will not be enough to help them avoid its bottom line volleying. By an estimated 50%. Since a year ago. The chipmakers that hit by delays from its fighters and some Reuters photos you might see your papers on Friday royal weatherman. Prince Charles surprise viewers what you presented a special forecast during a visit. TB BC's Scotland's headquarters in Glasgow. Daily Telegraph said he was a natural. His outlook that part of the country pretty -- That's our image of the day look out for us on Twitter at Reuters Insider I'm Rhonda shops there this is writers.
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