28 de fevereiro de 2015

Central Banks: the new era of global easing and the domino effect (WSJ)

The recent strengthening of monetary easing by the Federal Reserve and the Bank of Japan can create a domino effect around the world, in which all central banks will have to move their pieces on the chess board, or risk being left behind only by doing nothing. This is one of the implications of the size of the dollar in the world and the ...

James Bullard: "pessimistic on Europe's ability" to deal with the crisis (CNBC)

The president of the Federal Reserve of St. Louis, James Bullard, this morning, on CNBC, when asked about the European crisis, said he was in Europe in July, and after discussing with academics, entrepreneurs, politicians and central bankers, he is now "pessimistic on Europe's ability" to deal with this crisis. Referring indirectly to the ...

Fed Chairman, Ben Bernanke: "prepared to take further action" (Speech)

Fed Chairman, Ben Bernanke: "Reflecting its concerns about the slow pace of progress in reducing unemployment and the downside risks to the economic outlook, the Committee made clear at its June meeting that it is prepared to take further action as appropriate to promote a stronger economic recovery and sustained improvement in ...

FED extending the unconventional Operation Twist (Economist)

The Federal Reserve will purchase $267 billion of long-term bonds by the end of the year, paid for from the proceeds of sales of short-term bonds, extending the Operation Twist, announced last autumn, under which the Fed swapped $400 billion of short-term bonds for long-term ones. ...
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