Standard & Poor's economist Paul Sheard expects the European Central Bank (ECB) to pursue economic stimulus measures in the near-term. Quantitative easing would allow the ECB to have more control over the size of its balance sheet. In contrast, the ... Individual.com, 2 weeks ago
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Paul Sheard, an Australian based in New York for the credit ratings agency, argues that European banks have perhaps enjoyed too much autonomy because of the unique structure of the eurozone that precludes swift and forceful regulatory action. Under ...WA Today, 2 weeks ago
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Browns coach Mike Pettine ruled out starting running back Ben Tate for Sunday's home opener against the New Orleans Saints and warned the availability of Pro Bowl tight end Jordan Cameron and starting outside linebacker Barkevious Mingo is unknown. ...Miami Herald, 5 days ago
Japanese stocks surged after the implementation of loose and stimulative policies through so-called Abenomics, but now, Japan's markets and country-specific exchange traded funds have been stalling due to a consumer tax hike. Year-to-date, the ...Yahoo! Finance, 1 week ago Why Japans economy is stuck in no mans land Big News Network, 2 weeks ago Japan economy still spotty data deluge shows Big News Network, 2 weeks ago Japan economy still spotty, data deluge shows CNBC, 2 weeks ago
Updated 2 minutes ago The world's major central banks will start heading down different paths in the coming months, Standard & Poor's top economist Paul Sheard says. Paul Sheard said the United States and British economies were ...Radio New Zealand, 1 week ago
A hotel that had to close when the River Mole flooded in Surrey at Christmas has reopened. Burford Bridge Hotel flooded within hours of staff hearing the river could burst its banks. People were rescued by boats and cars were left underwater. ...BBC, 2 weeks ago
As poor economic data rattles faith in Abenomics following the April consumption tax hike, one analyst told CNBC that uncertainty over the outlook for Japan's economy will linger for some time. "With the consumption tax, we're not done with ...Yahoo! Finance, 2 weeks ago Why Japan's economy is stuck in 'no man's land' Moneycontrol.com, 2 weeks ago
Japan's nationwide core consumer price index rose 3.3 percent in July but remained far below the central bank's 2 percent inflation target when excluding the effect of the April tax hike. The 3.3 percent rise was in line with Reuters' forecast ...CNBC, 2 weeks ago
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