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Tag Archives: monetary policy
Brexit – “Since EU Been Gone” Song titles are popular amongst financial commentators to describe events in markets, and last week was no different. In our attempts to describe the triggering of Article 50 by the UK, we came up … Continue reading
1. Spain – Politics to the Fore Again Spain has been without a government since national elections in December 2015. No party has managed to secure a majority in those elections, leading to the most fragmented parliament since 1977. A … Continue reading
Bank of Japan – Some Further Thoughts As we have had more time to digest the announcements from the Bank of Japan (BoJ) last Wednesday, there are a number of things that catch our attention. Firstly, my old university economics … Continue reading
As expected, the Federal Reserve Board yesterday left interest rates unchanged following the September meeting of the Federal Open Market Committee. In its statement following the meeting, the FOMC said, “The Committee judges that the case for an increase in … Continue reading
1. Following a comprehensive assessment of monetary policy settings, the Bank of Japan (BoJ) this morning announced “tweaks” to their settings rather than radical changes. Prior to the meeting, press reports had suggested that the BoJ were split in terms … Continue reading