PARIS (Reuters) - After the surprises from central banks which rocked markets at the start of the year, the U.S. Federal Reserve will be watched as closely as ever this week to see that it doesn't stray from its own policy path.
Full of global leaders, policymakers, business gurus and the odd music star, the attendees at the World Economic Forum (WEF) at Davos aren't short of a dollar or two.
NEWS ANALYSIS: The company obtained $175 million from investors and the stock rose about 65 percent on its first day in the New York Stock Exchange.
The National Association of Realtors reported on Jan. 23 that existing home sales increased 2.4 percent to an annual rate of 5.04 million units last month.
Record-low interest rates may not last as long as investors expect, Bank of England governor Marc Carney warned in a session with other financial leaders on the world economy in Davos, Switzerland.