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  • IMF says ECB must expand balance sheet, QE isn't only option

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The European Central Bank should expand its balance sheet further to stave off the risk of deflation, but options aren't limited to quantitative easing-style purchases of government bonds, a senior International Monetary Fund...
  • Cool reception for India central banker urging global cooperation

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The head of India's central bank ran into a wall of resistance on Thursday when he urged some counterparts in developed economies to more formally consider the effects their domestic stimulus has on emerging markets. Alongside...
  • Mexico's Videgaray urges G20 to give U.S. time to OK IMF reforms

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Group of 20 countries should give the United States time to get planned reforms to the International Monetary Fund through Congress and not rush into short-term workarounds, Mexican Finance Minister Luis Videgaray said on Thursday....
  • At least six months between end of QE and rate rise: Fed's Evans

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Federal Reserve will likely wait at least six months after ending a bond-buying program before raising interest rates, and will only act that quickly "if things really go well," a top U.S. central banker said on Wednesday....
  • IMF Shinohara: Tighter funding may weigh on Asian growth

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Emerging Asian nations are seeing financial conditions tighten more than expected as the U.S. Federal Reserve tapers its massive stimulus, which may weigh on the region's economic growth, a senior International Monetary Fund...
  • India central bank's Rajan urges global crisis 'safety net'

    MUMBAI (Reuters) - India's central bank Governor, Raghuram Rajan, on Thursday proposed the creation of a global "safety net" administered by a multilateral body such as the International Monetary Fund that could provide funds for countries in case of...
  • Greek market return, Fed minutes spur periphery debt rally

    LONDON (Reuters) - Fervent demand for Greece's first bond sale just two years after it defaulted buoyed investor appetite for other lower-rated euro zone sovereign debt on Thursday. Belief that a rate hike by the U.S. Federal Reserve might not come as...
  • Around one-in-three chance ECB to buy bonds outright: Reuters poll

    LONDON (Reuters) - There is slightly less than a one-in-three chance the European Central Bank will start buying bonds outright as it struggles to lift dangerously low inflation and support a lackluster economic recovery, a Reuters poll found. The poll...
  • Europe weighs bold steps to avoid Japan-like deflation

    WASHINGTON Faced with a moribund economy and the risk of Japan-like debilitating deflation, the European Central Bank is weighing unconventional measures to spark economic growth and, oddly enough, to drive up prices. Europe's central bank is considering...
  • U.S. recovery 'reasonably well grounded': Fed's Tarullo

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. economic recovery looks "reasonably well grounded" as it progresses, a top Federal Reserve official said on Wednesday, adding that easy monetary policies have helped it along. Fed Governor Daniel Tarullo, who rarely speaks...
  • European funds cut risks, boost cash to 1-1/2 year high

    LONDON (Reuters) - European fund managers lifted cash levels to a 1-1/2 year high in March and cut equity holdings as they shunned riskier assets in response to rising geopolitical tensions and rich valuations, a Reuters survey showed on Monday....