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Great Inflation’s Echo From 1966 Serves a Warning to Yellen Fed

bloomberg.com — Bob Dylan released "Blonde on Blonde" and Ronald Reagan was elected governor of California. "How the Grinch Stole Christmas" was televised for the first time. And when no one was looking, the Great Inflation took off. That's what Michael Feroli, chief U.S.
Jul 30, 2015

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Jul 30, 2015

JPMorgan's Feroli is worried the Fed'll wait too long to hike rates, leading to runaway inflation. bloom.bg/1JT5nol @simonjkennedy

Jul 30, 2015

RT @missdebroy: Great Inflation’s Echo From 1966 Serves a Warning to Yellen Fed bloom.bg/1JT5nol via @business

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‘Special Relationship’ Doesn’t Extend to Yellen-Carney on Rates

bloomberg.com — No Group-of-Seven central bank chief talked more often to Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen between February 2014 and May 2015 than Bank of England Governor Mark Carney. There was an April meeting at the International Monetary Fund's Washington headquarters and two conversations in October, including a lunch at the White House, according to Yellen's calendars, which list six interactions.

Draghi’s ‘Whatever It Takes’ Marks Three Years Proving Enough

bloomberg.com — Few remember what Mario Draghi said next, but he's kept his word. Three years on from his ad-hoc commitment to do " whatever it takes " to save the euro, the European Central Bank president has lived up to the subsequent statement "and believe me, it will be enough."
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Central Banks Caught Between Commodities Slump and Fed Increase

bloomberg.com — The central banks of New Zealand and South Africa, both commodity-producing countries, oversee economies under pressure from the weakest raw-material prices in 13 years. The similarity ends there. Milk exporter New Zealand cut interest rates on Thursday for the second time in six weeks and Governor Graeme Wheeler signaled more easing to come.

Bull Market for Global Economists as Dominguez Tapped for Fed

bloomberg.com — There is full employment in the labor market for central bankers with international know-how. Monday's nomination of Kathryn Dominguez to the Federal Reserve Board makes her just the latest in a line of economists with insight into how the world economy works to try their hand at monetary policy making.
Jul 21, 2015

It's boom time in the labor market for central bankers with international know-how: bloom.bg/1Iau26H @simonjkennedy

Jul 21, 2015

RT @endacurran: It's boom time in the labor market for central bankers with international know-how: bloom.bg/1Iau26H @simonjkennedy

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Inflation Doesn’t Need to Surge to Shock Complacent Investors

bloomberg.com — If inflation is the dog that didn't bark in recent years despite massive central bank stimulus, a mere whine might prove enough to rattle investors. That's the warning of some economists who are starting to question whether financial markets are underestimating the threat of a pickup in prices among developed nations.

September or Quits for Fed as Failing to Act Then Risks Delay

bloomberg.com — If the first cut is the deepest, the first hike is proving the hardest for the U.S. Federal Reserve. Even as Chair Janet Yellen continues to signal an intention to raise interest rates this year, federal funds futures traders are pricing in a probability of about 33 percent that it will happen in September.

Bond Traders Face ‘Million Dollar Question’ on Global Growth Bet

bloomberg.com — What do bond traders know about the world economy that other investors are missing? That's what's puzzling David Woo, head of global rates and currencies at Bank of America Corp. in New York. Fixed-income investors are running for the exits with long-term U.S. Treasuries tumbling on the bet the U.S.

Deal or No Deal? Greek Exit Risk Persists, Say Citi, JPMorgan

bloomberg.com — So the Greece crisis is over? Not according to economists at Citigroup Inc. and JPMorgan Chase & Co. Risks to the country's euro membership still fester even after Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras surrendered on Monday to European demands for austerity to win as much as 86 billion euros ($95 billion) of aid.

Ignore the ‘Faint Whiff of Panic;’ Global Growth Is Accelerating

bloomberg.com — You wouldn't know it given the noise from China and Greece, but the world economy is picking up steam. Morgan Stanley predicted on Thursday global expansion of almost 4 percent in the second half of this year, up from 2.9 percent in the first six months.
Jul 10, 2015

RT @anae851: Ignore the ‘Faint Whiff of Panic;’ Global Growth Is Accelerating bloom.bg/1CtAUzT via @business

Jul 10, 2015

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Jul 10, 2015

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Jul 28, 2015

With friends like this...‘Special Relationship’ Doesn’t Extend to Yellen-Carneyhttp://bloom.bg/1U3w8hl pic.twitter.com/aKllDS3TU0

Jul 20, 2015

Dominguez at the Fed shows rise of central bankers with global know-how. Think Kuroda, Fischer, Brainard, Carney, Posen, Shafik, Forbes.

Jul 20, 2015

RT @alisterbull1: Obama to nominate U. Mich economics professor Kathryn Dominguez for remaining open Fed Board seat

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