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Now that the Fed has started to hike interest rates, the central bank is under increasing fire for moving too soon.
Philadelphia central bank President Patrick Harker argues for "pause" during balance sheet reduction, Financial Times reports.
The 'Bond King' believes a flatter Treasury yield curve could become a concern.
The pound jumped against the U.S. dollar after a top BOE official said he expects to vote for a rate hike later this year.
U.S. government debt prices were lower, as investors turned their attention to new data releases and the moves in the oil market.
Brian Singer, head of dynamic allocation strategies at William Blair, talks about allocation into risk assets, in relation to news coming out of the Federal Reserve.
The Bank of Japan released the minutes of its April policy review.
The Federal Reserve ought to begin planning for deflation to begin again, says Ron Insana.
The Federal Reserve needs to be careful about raising U.S. interest rates further, Dallas Federal Reserve President Robert Kaplan said.
Evans said transformative moves could put pressure on inflation which in turn would slow the Fed from its path toward policy normalization.
Bank of England governor Mark Carney’s message to the City on Tuesday was that talk of an imminent rise in interest rates was premature.
Boston Fed President Eric Rosengren said on Tuesday that the era of low interest rates in the United States and elsewhere poses financial stability risks and that central bankers must factor such concerns into their decision-making.
U.S. government debt prices were higher as investors digested remarks from key Federal Reserve officials and a fall in oil prices.
PBOC Governor Zhou Xiaochuan criticized protectionism in China's financial sector hours ahead of MSCI's decision on Chinese A-shares.
Protectionism would compromise the competitiveness of China's financial sector, the country's central bank governor Zhou Xiaochuan said.
Central banks have long used inflation to set policy, but some analysts wonder if Asia’s policy makers should have bigger fish to fry.
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