RBI’s $5 billion liquidity plan is Guv Das’ ‘whatever it takes’ moment
The $5 billion rupee-US dollar swap as a tool to address liquidity is a first for the RBI.
Bernanke plays down stocks selloff, dismisses crisis comparison
Powell said Friday that he didn’t believe that balance-sheet runoff was to bl...
Bernanke admits Fed made mistakes combating crisis 10 years ago
“We were behind the curve,” Kohn told a conference on the crisis at Brookings...
Why four Fed rate hikes in 2018 isn't set in stone
The hikes would be carried out even as Fed is reducing the size of its $4 trillion balance sheets.
Powell Doctrine emerges as Fed chief debuts at Jackson Hole
In his first speech as Fed chief at Jackson Hole, Powell put his weight behind Sept rate hike.
Fed on track to hike rates regardless of emerging market woes
The currencies of emerging nations have been hammered in a spreading selloff.
View: Why RBI's Urjit Patel should follow former Fed chairman Ben Bernanke's 'Operation Twist'
RBI can lower short-term rates, but keep longer term rates high to face uncertainties.
Draghi studies Fed exit as ECB’s guide on what to do and avoid
Fed’s experience provides both a blueprint and a cautionary tale for ECB president.
Japan turns again to Ben Bernanke, as fruits of Abenomics wither
Less than three weeks before the Bank of Japan’s next scheduled policy meeting, Governor Haruhiko Kuroda met with former Federal Reserve Chairman Ben S. Bernanke over lunch on Monday.
Finally, crypto-currencies make central banks sit up and take note
Crypto-currencies pose a threat to the established money system by effectively circumventing it.
Measures of economic uncertainty, risk at very low levels: Randall S Kroszner, Former Governor, Federal Reserve
"One of Fed policy makers said that he wants to make the reduction in the size of the balance sheet as exciting as watching paint dry and that is so far what they have achieved, the markets have been very calm," said Kroszner.
Soccer: Malaysia, North Korea Asian Cup qualifier to go ahead in Pyongyang
SOCCER-ASIA-ASIANCUP:Soccer: Malaysia, North Korea Asian Cup qualifier to go ahead in Pyongyang
US Fed gets aggressive with its messaging to markets after learning lessons
Amid longstanding criticism of its communication tactics, the Fed is getting more explicit about the timing of its plans to normalise monetary policy.
Cheer up! 3 Fed rate hikes next year may not be that bad for India, other EMs
The good news is that even as the dollar reached the highest point since January 2003 after Federal Reserve announcement, analysts expect it to weaken next year.
Expert take: How the Fed turns good news into bad
With better extraction technologies, oil and gas prices would tend to be lower. And robotics enhancements would weigh on both wages and prices.
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