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Jamie McGeever

Jeff Mason is a White House Correspondent for Reuters and the 2016-2017 president of the White House Correspondents’ Association. He was the lead Reuters correspondent for President Barack Obama's 2012 campaign and interviewed the president at the White House in 2015. Jeff has been based in Washington since 2008, when he covered the historic race between Obama, Hillary Clinton and John McCain. Jeff started his career in Frankfurt, Germany, where he covered the airline industry before moving to Brussels, Belgium, where he covered the European Union. He is a Colorado native, proud graduate of Northwestern University and former Fulbright scholar.

Twitter handle: @jeffmason1

08 Dec 2017

Column: The boldest market call for 2018? The consensus - McGeever

LONDON Credit markets should brace for a U.S. recession, the U.S. yield curve will invert and growth in America will reach President Trump's lofty and oft-derided target of 4 percent.

08 Dec 2017

The boldest market call for 2018? The consensus

LONDON Credit markets should brace for a U.S. recession, the U.S. yield curve will invert and growth in America will reach President Trump's lofty and oft-derided target of 4 percent.

06 Dec 2017

Commentary: Behind wage and productivity clouds, world economy is booming

LONDON The dark clouds of stagnant wages, widening inequality and chronic productivity across much of the Western world are shrouding one of the most remarkable and easily forgotten facts of the year - the world economy is booming.

05 Dec 2017

Commentary: Goldilocks markets show 2017 was no year to be a bear

LONDON A year ago, the consensus view of the world economy and markets coming into 2017 was for a Goldilocks mix of strong growth, decent corporate profits, low volatility, a gradual drift higher in bond yields, and a continued "melt up" in stocks.

04 Dec 2017

Commentary: Hedge funds stick to US curve bets but conviction ebbs

LONDON Hedge funds continue to bet on a flatter U.S. yield curve, but they are raising the stakes less and less, suggesting their conviction in the trade is ebbing as the end of the year approaches.

29 Nov 2017

Commentary: Modest Bank of Japan move could spark major market flows

LONDON The era of super-cheap money is ending, and stocks' remarkable run to new highs and bond yields' refusal to shoot higher suggest world markets are taking this seismic monetary policy shift in their stride.

28 Nov 2017

Commentary: Hedge funds double down on curve flattening, bearish dollar bets

LONDON Hedge funds have found it hard to make money this year trading bonds and currencies, but as 2017 draws to a close they look to be relying on a twin strategy to put a gloss on the numbers: U.S. yield curve flattening and dollar weakness.

22 Nov 2017

Column - Even sticking to cautious rate path, Fed is on thin ice: McGeever

LONDON Economic growth and corporate earnings look solid, unemployment is the lowest in decades and there's no inflation to speak of, so the U.S. economy and world markets can take two or three more U.S. rate hikes in their stride, right?

21 Nov 2017

Commentary: One more sterling risk that may be less than first thought

LONDON Given the disarray the British government finds itself in right now, there's not an insignificant chance of the country enduring another general election next year and left-wing Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn becoming an unlikely prime minister.

20 Nov 2017

Commentary: Euro political risk creeps back on markets' radar as German talks fail

LONDON In an ironic twist for world markets, the collapse of German government coalition talks has suddenly revived the spectre of European political risk that appeared to have been laid to rest with the election of France's Emmanuel Macron in May.

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Sensex 33,250.30 + 301.09 +0.91%
Nikkei 22,811.08 -- --%
Hang Seng 28,639.85 -- --%
EUR/INR 75.843 +0.00%
USD/INR 64.470 +0.00%
GBP/INR 86.280 -0.05%
Gold 1,245.90 -3.90 -0.31%
Oil 57.09 -0.27 -0.47%
Corn 340.00 +0.00 +0.00%