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PBOC Governor Yi Gang has indicated that China's central bank is likely to keep its monetary policy "normal" for some more time and does not Full Article

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ECB has been dovish for a long time and the new board members seems dovish too during their job interviews today Full Article

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Reading into the ECB's Lane comments, they will likely keep negative rates for a long time and might even cut further Full Article

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A recent Reuters poll reveals that easy money boosting the housing market worldwide may be going away soon. Since the financial crisis about Full Article

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The FED has cut rates three times, but all commnents now point to a halt for the time being Full Article

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Revised employment data reveals that the labor market was not as strong as originally suggested in 2018, which further supports the Fed's.. Full Article

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The council has warned that the government may not focus on fiscal reform as long as rates remain lower than the rate of economic growth... Full Article

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The new ECB president Christine Lagarde made her first speech on monetary policy and it seems like she is following Draghi's pace Full Article

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Several officials have commented on the state of the Chinese economy earlier today. Here are some key highlights from their comments Full Article

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The US economy continues to face downside risks as a result of the overall weakness in global economic growth and low inflation, according Full Article

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The Eurozone economy is not giving any signs of life and the ECB is getting increasingly nervous Full Article

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The Chinese economic slowdown has picked up pace and the PBOC promises to increase lending to help the economy Full Article

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The QE programme is likely to last for quite a long time for ECB vice president de Guindos Full Article

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Bullard remained hopeful that economic growth in the US could pick up as businesses adapt to the fallout of the US-China trade dispute and Full Article

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The likelihood of a recession in the Eurozone economy have reduced but the slowdown in economic growth is likely to continue for some more Full Article

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