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|Bank of England (BOE) Governor Mark Carney's last days on the job would have gotten more press were it not for the more pressing concern of the coronavirus. To be sure, there was nothing noteworthy in Carney's final monetary policy committee ...|
|... uncertainty has been removed (with or without a deal) and this time, backed by the UK Parliament at that. Bank of England (BOE) governor Mark Carney cares. In his speech at the BOE's Future of Inflation Targeting Conference in London, Carney remarked ...|
|... Bank (ECB) embarked on TLTRO III and re-started QE, China boosted both monetary and fiscal policies, the Bank of England (BOE) maintained its accommodative stance and the government pledged increased fiscal stimulus and the Bank of Japan (BOJ) may have ...|
|... expected to implement increased policy stimulus measures. Central banks have indeed raised policy stimulation - in words (BOJ, BOE) and in deed (Fed, ECB, PBOC and RBA) - and the recent positive turn of events - US-China trade deal, the UK could finally ...|
|... Britons and Europeans and the rest of the world are not holding their collective oxygen intake. However, Bank of England (BOE) governor Mark Carney have changed his tune. If memory serves me right, Carney warned about the increased likelihood that the ...|
|... the global economic backdrop, it could be this very uncertainty over Brexit that is working in the Bank of England's (BOE) favour. It's one of the very few central banks that's forward guiding monetary policy towards higher interest rates ...|
|... September 2008, policy rates among the world's major central banks were higher - 7.25% for the RBA (now 1%); 5.75% for the BOE (now 0.75%); 5.25% for the Fed (now 2.25%); 4.25% for the ECB (now 0%); and, 0.5% for the BOJ (now -0.1%). How much lower ...|
|... recession and the latest political uncertainty in Italy where the ruling party faces a no-confidence vote. The Bank of England (BOE) despite earlier alluding to higher interest rates, has kept the Bank Rate on ice since it lifted it by 25 bps to 0.75% ...|
|When it met on August 1, the Bank of England (BOE) rightly anticipated slower GDP growth in the second quarter, saying: "After growing by 0.5% in 2019 Q1, GDP is expected to have been flat in Q2 ... reflecting both the impact of intensifying Brexit-related ...|
|... outlook have increased." These are, more or less, the same conditions that appear to have changed the Bank of England's (BOE) tightening bias. In his speech at the Local Government Association Annual Conference and Exhibition in Bournemouth, BOE ...|
An activist short seller that accused an ASX-listed agricultural fund of running "scams" was dealt a blow in a Supreme Court judgment handed down yesterday.
The $55 billion industry fund is hiking the cost of its standard insurance cover for most of its members, with those aged 55 to 64 years to be the worst hit.
A former Macquarie Group financial adviser has been permanently banned from the industry, following an ASIC investigation into the adviser's "dishonest" and "misleading" behaviour.
It's the end of the road for a BT multi-asset fund managed by Pendal after 52 years, as investor demand ebbs out.
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