U.S. Jobless Claims, Durable Goods Orders Increase

July 25 (Bloomberg) -- U.S. Jobless claims rose by 7,000 to 343,000 in the week ended July 20 from a revised 336,000 the prior period, Labor Department figures showed today in Washington. Separately, bookings for goods meant to last at least three years increased 4.2 percent in June after a revised 5.2 percent gain in May that was bigger than initially reported, the Commerce Department said today in Washington. Betty Liu and Michael McKee report on "In the Loop." (Source: Bloomberg)

Feldman: BOJ Put Out Signals 'Quite Quite' Important
26:26 - The Bank of Japan kept its key monetary tools unchanged, and will mount a comprehensive review of its policy framework due to "considerable uncertainty" about the outlook for inflation, which has consistently underperformed the central bank’s forecasts. Morgan Stanley MUFG Securities Economist Robert Feldman and Morgan Stanley Head of Global FX Strategy Hans Redeker weigh in on "Bloomberg Surveillance." (Source: Bloomberg)
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