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|It appears the Bank of England (BOE) is marching to a different tune. While the BOE's monetary policy committee decided to keep current monetary policy settings at its June meeting just like the Fed and the Bank of Japan, it offered an opposing ...|
|... challenges and the lingering uncertainty that is Brexit, external monetary policy committee member of the Bank of England (BOE) Michael Saunders said that, "We probably would have to return to something like a neutral stance earlier than ...|
|... across the Atlantic, and you'll find that in spite of the overhanging uncertainty that is Brexit, the Bank of England (BOE) has an easier monetary policy decision to make (its monetary policy committee meets on May 2). The odds are for the ...|
|... unanimously to keep the Bank Rate unchanged at 0.75 and maintain bond purchases at £435 billion, the Bank of England (BOE) declared its future actions would largely depend on Brexit. "The economic outlook will continue to depend ...|
|... months and a bit after ending its €2.6 trillion asset purchase programme (APP) on 31 December 2018); the Bank of England (BOE) remains a central bank in waiting (for the final outcome of Brexit); and the Bank of Japan (BOJ) - which kept ...|
|... from the European Central Bank (ECB) and the Bank of Japan (BOJ); and, hawkish policy leanings from the Bank of England ("an ongoing tightening of monetary policy would be appropriate"); Bank of Canada ("interest rates to its neutral range ...|
|When the Bank of England (BOE) decided to keep monetary policy settings unchanged following its February 7 monetary policy committee meeting, it acknowledged in its statement that: "UK economic growth slowed in late 2018 and appears to have ...|
|ASIC is liaising with the UK corporate regulator, Bank of England and local stakeholders to prepare for Brexit's impact, it said in a statement. ASIC said it will enter into new memorandums of understanding (MoU) with the UK's Financial Conduct ...|
|... States". And here, we still haven't factored in the UK wherein which Brexit uncertainty has prompted the Bank of England (BOE) to cut its GDP growth outlook to 1.2% this year (previously prior 1.7%) and 1.5% (from 1.7%) in 2020. Contagion here ...|
|... financial services framework is similar to the UK, which is overseen by three main regulators: the Bank of England (BOE); Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA), which is a division of the BOE; and Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). ...|
The Financial Services Council has welcomed a new board director. BT Financial Group general manager of platforms, investments and operations Kathy Vincent has joined the industry body's board.
The $50 billion industry super fund will take full ownership of the largest wind farm in Western Australia as it moves to boost its infrastructure portfolio.
A global manager has appointed a new head for Australian equities as the incumbent moves to a different role.
An $11 billion superannuation fund amended its constitution to increase the influence of independent voices on its board following an APRA probe.
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