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Austerity For Dummies Part 3 - An Illustration of Quantitative Easing (QE) - FYI @George_Osborne @David_Cameron

The Bank of England created £375 billion in new money, supplied to banks with the expectation that they would lend it to businesses that would, in turn, stimulate economic growth. 224 more words

Markets are forward looking.

QE by the ECB would follow similar programmes by the US Federal Reserve, the Bank of England and the Bank of Japan, However, a case can be made for yields rising or falling. 341 more words

News

Fed Fischer: Kenaikan Suku Bunga Akan Terjadi Tahun Ini

Monexnews – Federal Open Market Committee dan pasar memperkirakan bahwa tingkat suku bunga akan naik “suatu waktu” di tahun ini, menurut salah satu petinggi the Fed 121 more words

NEWS

Quantitative Easing in the U.S.

In the United States the Federal Reserve is in charge of the monetary policy. The monetary policy involves controlling the money supply and interest rates. The adopted monetary policy since the financial disaster of 2007 has been Quantitative easing. 480 more words

Economey

27 Feb 2015 (AFR) - Greece sees problems repaying IMF, ECB

(27 Feb 2015, AFR, p29, Lefteris Papadimas and Stephen Brown)

‘Greece admitted on Wednesday it will struggle to make debt repayments to the IMF and the European Central Bank this year as Germany’s finance minister voiced open doubts about Athens’ trustworthiness.’ 10 more words

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26 Feb 2015 (AFR) - Janet Yellen talks down currency wars

(26 Feb 2015, AFR, p17, John Kehoe)

‘US Federal Reserve chairwoman Janet Yellen has pushed back against mounting claims that central banks around the world are engaging in manipulative currency wars, as the Fed inches closer towards lifting interest rates from near-zero levels. 53 more words

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26 Feb 2015 (AFR) - Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen prepares market minds for rate rise

(26 Feb 2015, AFR, p17, John Kehoe)

‘Janet Yellen’s monetary policy testimony to Congress was clear enough to lay the groundwork for interest rate rises as early as June, but opaque enough to keep everyone guessing when “liftoff” will begin. 41 more words

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