'They did it first' is global central bankers' alibi in race to bottom
Guv Das said he’ll remain accommodative for “as long as it is necessary” to revive growth.
GDP data, Trump visit, F&O expiry among six likely market drivers for the week ahead
Here are the key events and developments lined up for th...
Bond markets `almost taunting the Fed' amid rate-cut bets
Jerome Powell has a chance for rebuttal when he delivers the central bank’s next ra...
It’s time to find out how world’s number 2 economy is faring
China’s credit, activity data will help in assessing the extent of stabilisation in growth.
BoJ Governor Haruhiko Kuroda pushes through changes to stay the course for longer haul
Kuroda’s now equipped for a more drawn-out campaign to generate 2 percent price gains, a goal the central bank forecasts will take even longer than it previously thought to achieve.
BOJ's Kuroda rules out rate hike for now, bemoans structural woes hurting banks
Some lawmakers have said the BOJ should not insist on achieving 2% inflation.
BoJ holds fire, flags risks to growth, financial system
BOJ Governor Haruhiko Kuroda said the central bank will be mindful of how its policies affect financial institutions.
BOJ's Kuroda says Fed rate hikes good for global economy
Kuroda was more cautious about the risks posed to global growth by trade tensions between the United States and China.
Jackson Hole: Jerome Powell takes stage as Draghi, Kuroda sit it out
Policymakers meet against a backdrop of good US growth though the global outlook is less rosy.
How to end Japan's deflation? Abolish cash
Japan is a highly cash-dependent society. The cashless payment rate is only 20 per cent.
Storm of news to hit global economy this week before August calm
People charged with running or monitoring the world economy are set for a busy week.
How loose is 'loose money'? Rupee looking for an answer
Loose money is cheap credit where money supply goes up and people invest extra funds.
A recap of world economy’s most important week of 2018
Here’s a rundown of the top things we learned from monetary policy makers this week.
Why global markets are wary of central banks’ forward guidance
Statements from central bankers are always going to be scrutinized by market experts.
Central banks fret trade war more deflationary than inflationary
Bankers echoed that concern at a time when the IMF is forecasting growth of 3.9% this year.
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