Interest rates

BoE minutes hint at dovish shift

Central Banking | 22 Oct 2014

Committee still split 7-2 in favour of holding rates, but language takes a more dovish tone with housing market and external environment providing cause for concern

Topics: Bank of England, monetary policy, Interest rates, Martin Weale


RBA’s Lowe wants more market appetite for ‘real investments’

Central Banking | 21 Oct 2014

Topics: monetary policy, Interest rates, Australia, Reserve Bank of Australia

Fed paper models impact of return to normal rates

Central Banking | 20 Oct 2014

Topics: Fed, Interest rates, monetary policy

French paper examines impact of ECB policy changes on asset prices

Central Banking | 20 Oct 2014

Topics: Eurozone, European Central Bank, Banque de France, Interest rates

BoE’s Weale posits method of overcoming uncertainty

Central Banking | 16 Oct 2014

Topics: Martin Weale, Bank of England, Taylor rule, Interest rates, Unemployment

Debelle surprised markets take central banks at their word

Central Banking | 15 Oct 2014

Topics: Australia, Reserve Bank of Australia, Forward guidance, Interest rates

Bank of Korea turns focus to stability threats after rate cut

Central Banking | 15 Oct 2014

Topics: Bank of Korea, Korea, South, Interest rates, monetary policy, Debt

Fischer says Fed ‘better think about’ international spillovers

Central Banking | 12 Oct 2014

Topics: Federal Reserve, Stanley Fischer, Interest rates, quantitative easing

BIS paper proposes defence against market panics

Central Banking | 10 Oct 2014

Topics: Bank for International Settlements, Sovereign debt, Interest rates

Thailand’s central bank governor warns on risks of US rates normalisation

Central Banking | 09 Oct 2014

Topics: Bank of Thailand, Federal Reserve, Interest rates

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