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TOKYO: After years of applying plenty of stick to commercial lenders unhappy with negative interest rate policies, central bankers in the eurozone and Japan are experimenting with some carrot, too.
LONDON: Despite billions spent by the Swiss National Bank to curb the franc’s advance, traders pushing the currency toward parity with the euro might have their way.
NEW YORK: Monetary policy could be tighter than it looks as the pace of government borrowing eclipses the record stimulus of central banks.
BERLIN: Just as Germany starts counting the cost of the coronavirus’s damage to economic growth, officials will get another glimpse of the shaky foundations it was built on.
BERLIN: In the middle of a spat between Europe’s top courts over the limits of European Central Bank monetary stimulus, President Christine Lagarde is probably preparing to do even more.
NEW YORK: The fed funds futures market is pricing in negative US interest rates next year, a scenario the Federal Reserve has said it wants to avoid as many doubt that it would be an effective tool to stimulate growth.
NEW YORK: The fed funds futures market is pricing in negative U.S. interest rates next year, a scenario the Federal Reserve has said it wants to avoid as many doubt that it would be an effective tool to stimulate growth.
THE US dollar appreciated by 0.41% to 99.89 owing to worsening US-China relations following:
BERLIN: A critical German court ruling on the European Central Bank’s (ECB) half-decade of quantitative easing (QE) is worrying the likes of Aberdeen Standard Investments and UBS Group AG.