(Bloomberg) -- Fast-aging developed nations could confront rising inflation pressures, Bank for International Settlements and Bank of Finland researchers found, challenging the hypotheses of current and former policy makers. The young and old ... La Repubblica, 2 weeks ago
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Last month — just a few days before the European Central Bank announced its intention to initiate quantitative easing (QE) — I attended a seminar in Geneva with journalists, policymakers and investors. The discussions there, much like those in ...Japan Times, 6 days ago Why is monetary policy underrated? Turkish Weekly, 6 days ago
Shutterstock What's at stake: A view has appeared arguing that the low-inflation environment experienced by advanced economies may be structural, rather than cyclical. Although this view remains based on thin empirical evidence and still needs to ...Bruegel, 2 weeks ago
TOKYO -- A Bank of Japan policy board member who opposed additional monetary easing in October shared his concerns with the public on Monday. Explaining his dissenting vote, Yoshihisa Morimoto said that scaled-up asset purchases could distort market ...Nikkei Asian Review, 2 weeks ago Dissenter questions Japanese central bank's easing policy Nikkei Asian Review, 2 weeks ago
The 13th BIS Annual Conference took place in Lucerne, Switzerland on 27 June 2014. The event brought together a distinguished group of central bank governors, leading academics and former public officials to exchange views. The focus this year was ...Bank for International Settlements, 1 month ago
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The Bank of Japan expanded and extended a lending program set to expire in March to assist Governor Haruhiko Kuroda's bid to stoke inflation, the bank said in a statement today. The central bank increased the main part of the Growth-Supporting ...BusinessWeek, 1 month ago BOJ Said to Weigh Extending Lending Programs for Growth BusinessWeek, 1 month ago BOJ Said to Consider Extending Lending Programs to Spur Economy Washington Post, 1 month ago
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Haruhiko Kuroda's monetary bazooka just got outgunned by the Swiss. Since April 2013, Japan's central banker has been pumping trillions of dollars into the economy in an attempt to generate 2 percent inflation. But in a mature, aging economy like ...Korea Joongang Daily, 1 month ago Swiss surprise makes Kuroda's job harder MENAFN, 1 month ago The Swiss just made Japan's job more difficult Japan Times, 1 month ago The Swiss Just Made Japan's Job Harder Bloomberg View, 1 month ago
Four years after the Bank of Japan set a 2 percent inflation target, price gains may still be coming up short, according to a survey of economists by Bloomberg News. Consumer prices will rise an average 1.4 percent the fiscal year through March ...BusinessWeek, 1 month ago Four Years After BOJ Shock-and-Awe, Still No 2% Inflation Seen Bloomberg, 1 month ago
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Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe says there is no other way. But criticism has grown over his economic policies, collectively known as Abenomics, after the Japanese economy posted negative growth for two consecutive quarters, posting minus 7.3 ...Korea Joongang Daily, 2 months ago
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