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Thursday, 21 June 2018 18:13 WIB

Bank of England Chief Economist Andy Haldane unexpectedly threw his support behind an immediate interest-rate increase, defying the majority of policy makers who voted to keep the rate unchanged. The Monetary Policy Committee held bank rate at 0.5 percent, as predicted by all 61 economists in a Bloomberg survey. But in a surprise a 6-3 vote, Haldane joined Ian McCafferty and Michael Saunders in calling for a quarter-point hike. That's the first time a BOE chief economist has dissented since 2011. Policy makers led by Governor Mark Carney also voted...

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SNB Keeps Sight Deposit Rate at -0.75%
Thursday, 21 June 2018 14:40 WIB | SNB,

Swiss National Bank left the key interest rate unchanged at -0.75% Decision on sight deposit rate was expected; Bloomberg survey median: -0.75% All 20 economists forecast the key interest rate at -0.75% Since Bloomberg started surveys for the rate decision in September 2004 there have been a total of 56 rate decisions by the bank for which surveys were conducted. In all cases the survey has matched the decision made, resulting in the survey correctly predicting the decision 100.0% of the time. Source : Bloomberg

Fed's Powell Says Case for Gradual Rate Hikes Still 'Strong'
Wednesday, 20 June 2018 21:12 WIB | Federal Reserve The Fed

Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell repeated the case he's laid out for raising interest rates to keep the world's largest economy on a sustainable path, citing broad support among his colleagues at the U.S. central bank. 'With unemployment low and expected to decline further, inflation close to our objective, and the risks to the outlook roughly balanced, the case for continued gradual increases in the federal funds rate is strong,' he said in opening remarks Wednesday at a European Central Bank forum in Sintra, Portugal. His comments come a week after the Fed raised rates...

Draghi: ECB to Be Patient in Determining Timing of First Hike
Tuesday, 19 June 2018 15:41 WIB | ECB Mario Draghi

ECB's 'enhanced forward guidance clearly signals that we will remain patient in determining the timing of the first rate rise and will take a gradual approach to adjusting policy thereafter,' ECB President Mario Draghi says in speech at ECB Forum in Sintra, Portugal. œAfter the end of net asset purchases, the main tool for shaping our policy stance will become the path of our key policy rates and forward guidance about their likely evolution. œWe have stated that we stand ready to adjust all of our instruments as appropriate to ensure that inflation continues to move towards our...

BOJ Keeps Policy Unchanged, Downgrades Assessment of Inflation
Friday, 15 June 2018 10:01 WIB | Fiskal & Moneter Moneter

The Bank of Japan left monetary policy unchanged even as it downgraded its assessment of inflation, falling further behind its global peers at the end of a busy week for central banks. The BOJ maintained the settings on its yield-curve control program and asset purchases, it said in a statement Friday, a result forecast by all 45 economistssurveyed by Bloomberg. The central bank downgraded its assessment of inflation after raising it in January. It said it now sees the consumer price index in a range of 0.5 percent to 1.0 percent. While the BOJ struggles, the Federal Reserve...

ECB plans to bring its bond-buying program to a close in December
Thursday, 14 June 2018 19:16 WIB |

The European Central Bank on Thursday said it would look to wind down its bond-buying program by the end of the year. The ECB, in a statement following a meeting of the Governing Council, said it would continue its program of buying 30 billion euros a month of bonds through September, as planned. Beginning in October, the ECB plans to reduce its purchases to 15 billion euros a month through the end of December, then bringing them to an end. The ECB, as expected, left interest rates unchanged. Source: Marketwatch

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BOJ Keeps Policy Unchanged, Downgrades Assessment of Inflation
Friday, 15 June 2018 10:01 WIB

The Bank of Japan left monetary policy unchanged even as it downgraded its assessment of inflation, falling further behind its global peers at the end of a busy week for central...