Central Banks

Comments by ECB chief economist Peter Praet in London Slowdown primarily reflects a loss of momentum in global activity To proceed with prudence, patience and persistence in policy Policy will remain predictable, ECB to proceed at a gradual pace Guidance on rates has been solidly internalised by market participants Significant monetary policy stimulus is still
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HIGH RISK WARNING: Foreign exchange trading carries a high level of risk that may not be suitable for all investors. Leverage creates additional risk and loss exposure. Before you decide to trade foreign exchange, carefully consider your investment objectives, experience level, and risk tolerance. You could lose some or all of your initial investment;
Bank of Japan summary of the most recent meeting – no need to wait for the minutes! (not due until December 26!)  inflation to gradually accelerate toward 2 pct  inflation likely to accelerate but price growth remains weak, so will take some time to reach 2 pct BOJ must maintain current powerful monetary easing  BOJ
Bank of Japan monetary policy board member Funo speaking And just remember, you can’t spell Funo without fun Anyway, comments: BOJ’s ultra-easy policy helping to improve output gap inflation remains weak despite expansion in economy, tightening labour market powerful monetary easing, if prolonged, could hurt financial intermediation BOJ will carefully watch for risks that warrant
The Reserve Bank of Australia November monetary policy announcement is due at 0330 GMT No change in the cash rate is the unanimous expectation Eyes will be on Governor’ Lowe’s accompanying statement I am sometimes asked if there is a press conference, no there isn’t. There never is. Later this week (Friday Asia time) the
Euro sinks The ECB said discussions on the matter will take place at the December meeting. The question here is the timeline. Is this about TLTROs expiring in 18 months or something they want to do sooner? This isn’t the first time this rumors has been floated. Two weeks ago, Bloomberg reported that banks had
Looks to achieve “Great Team, Best Central Bank” The RBNZ is creating a new senior leadership team (SLT) to better help it achieve its vision of “Great Team, Best Central Bank”. Governor Adrian Orr said the new team: Better balances the workload Allows the Reserve Bank leaders to operate more strategically, and Provides more depth