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THE promised digital euro started to take shape last week and signals from Frankfurt may offer some relief to nervy commercial banks worried about being sidelined by the latest disrupter.
STOCKHOLM: How should a central bank respond to global warming? In Sweden, a body created to monitor government efforts to fight climate change says the law that guides monetary policy needs a serious overhaul.
SINGAPORE: With Singapore’s central bank widely expected to keep policy settings unchanged today amid an economic recovery and strong fiscal support, the city-state’s longer-term outlook will be parsed for signs of future tightening.
WASHINGTON (Bloomberg) -- US consumer prices climbed in March by the most since 2012, adding to evidence of budding inflationary pressures as the economy reopens and demand strengthens.
LATE last month, the Biden administration unveiled a US$2 trillion (RM8.28 trillion) infrastructure programme that aims to modernise American infrastructure. The American Jobs Plan has four major spending components over eight to 10 years.
Even as it tapers, BoJ invents new measure to boost growth
NEW YORK: Investors looking for ways to protect themselves from a potential market downturn and rising inflation have been warming to utilities, sometimes seen as bond substitutes, as attractive alternatives.
As markets pencil in higher inflation, there is overall a lack of urgency regarding this danger.
AFTER investors spent weeks brushing up on the specifics of the Federal Reserve’s (Fed) Covid-19 era changes to the supplementary leverage ratio (SLR), the central bank ultimately decided it was best to just let those exemptions expire as intended on March 31.