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Friday, 10 May 2019 08:57 WIB

Australia's central bank slashed its near-term growth outlook and is relying on persistent jobs market strength to cushion a property-driven downturn in household spending. The economy is expected to expand 1.75% in the year through June versus 2.5% seen three months earlier, and is then forecast to lift to 2.75% for the rest of the forecast period, the Reserve Bank said in Sydney Friday. It made substantial cuts to the outlook for consumption and dwelling investment despite all forecasts being premised on two cuts in the cash rate. œGrowth in the Australian economy has slowed and...

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Thursday, 7 February 2019 19:18 WIB | BOE

The Bank of England warned that damage to the economy from Brexit has increased as it cut its growth forecast and predicted a dramatic slump in investment. As the U.K. approaches the March 29 deadline to leave the European Union without yet having a deal for a new relationship settled, businesses are slashing spending and consumers are growing more worried. The BOE said that œuncertainty had intensified, and now forecasts 1.2 percent growth this year, down from 1.7 percent predicted three months ago, the biggest downgrade since the 2016 referendum. The global backdrop...

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Thursday, 31 January 2019 02:12 WIB |

The Federal Reserve on Wednesday left a key U.S. interest rate unchanged and dropped longstanding language that suggested more rate hikes are on the way, stressing it will be 'patient' before determining its next steps. The central bank also said it's prepared to "adjust any of of the details" of its balance-sheet runoff if necessary. The vote was 10-0. The Fed adopted its new stance in response to "muted inflation" and recent "global economic and financial developments." The U.S. economy, meanwhile, was seen expanding at a "solid" rate in early 2019 instead of the "strong" pace the...

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Monday, 28 January 2019 22:10 WIB |

The euro zone economy has performed worse than expected in recent months and global uncertainty is weighing on economic sentiment, European Central Bank President Mario Draghi said on Monday, repeating the bank's recent warnings about growth. The ECB left policy on hold last week but warned that the bloc's growth dip may be bigger and longer than earlier feared, pointing to even more protracted policy normalization and suggesting that the banks next step could be to provide more support, not less. œOver the past few months, incoming information has continued to be weaker than expected...

Draghi: Risks to eurozone growth outlook 'have moved to the downside'
Thursday, 24 January 2019 20:49 WIB |

European Central Bank President Mario Draghi on Thursday said the balance of risks surrounding the eurozone economic outlook have shifted to the downside. He blamed persistent uncertainties tied to "geopolitical factors" and the threat of protectionism as well as vulnerabilities in emerging markets and financial market volatility. Draghi in December had described risks as broadly balanced. The euro remained lower versus the dollar, off 0.5%, at $1.1328. Source: Bloomberg

ECB leaves rates unchanged; focus turns to Draghi
Thursday, 24 January 2019 19:51 WIB |

The European Central Bank on Thursday left interest rates unchanged, as expected, repeating that they will remain at current levels at least through summer. The ECB also said it would continue to reinvest principal payments from maturing debt held on its balance sheet for an extended period past the date when it does begin to raise interest rates. The spotlight will be on ECB President Mario Draghi's news conference, set to begin at 8:30 a.m. Eastern, or 2:30 p.m. Central European Time. Source: Marketwatch

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