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Eurozone’s third-largest economy may not sit on bank’s board for first time since 1998
Central bankers raise chances of more dovish terms for new round of bank lending
Central banks may be tightening, but collateral reuse rates are increasing, says financial plumbing expert Manmohan Singh, inadvertently easing financial conditions.
‘Fragile’ growth remains heavily dependent on central banks
Bank to resume funding at benchmark 24% rate
Flipside is scepticism of Bundesbank’s Jens Weidmann as next president
Irish regulator on a forensic approach to funds and her ambitions for Dublin
And when a challenge to its supremacy comes, it might be from an unexpected quarter
Some fear the fire of inflation; others the ice of deflation
This sugar-high circularity is great when markets are buoyant but painful when they reverse
Proposals rest on convincing markets that the central bank can generate inflation
Short-term swaps pad out forex reserves at a time of ‘volatile’ economic outlook
Ireland awaiting arrival of new permanent governor from New Zealand
Norges Bank holds rates at 1% as it sets out different path from dovish peers
Balance sheets can be a better policy tool than aiming at a certain level of prices
The picture is one of weak growth and pervasive populist politics
Deleveraging is likely to take a long time.
Banque du Liban walkout prompts shutdown of stock trading and disruptions for banks