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The U.S. Federal Reserve has painted itself into a corner when it comes to interest rates, according to Michael Harris at Renaissance Capital.
Kully Samra, managing Director at Charles Schwab, explains why he wishes that the Fed had gotten its expected rate hike out of the way at yesterday's meeting.
Andrew Balls, CIO for global fixed income at Pimco, shares his view on how the Fed's latest decision will affect bond markets and where the risks are.
A policy overhaul by the Bank of Japan (BOJ) has led economists at Citi to declare an end to the era of quantitative easing (QE).
James Longsdon, co-head EMEA banks at Fitch Ratings, talks about the importance of central bank policy to the health of banks.
Michael Harris, head of research at Renaissance Capital, says the Federal Reserve missed out on raising interest rates in June and discusses politics.
CNBC's anchors report on the latest decision by the U.S. Federal Reserve, which left interest rates unchanged.
The Fed is still planning to raise rates, so hawkish tones should mitigate dollar/yen declines, says Bank of Singapore's Sim Moh Siong.
Fed chair Janet Yellen lacked conviction when she was explaining why the Fed would delay hiking rates, notes Vansight CEO V. Anantha Nageswaran.
After the Fed held rates steady, Bank Indonesia will likely cut rates by 25 basis points, says BofAML Global Research's Claudio Piron.
The Fed needs to have the internal fortitude to start raising interest rates, says former Federal Reserve Governor Robert Heller.
The Fed isn't losing credibility because it hasn't raised rates but because it doesn't have a strategy, says Complete Intelligence's Tony Nash.
Policymakers should step up and do more on the fiscal front in order to stimulate growth, says HSBC's Herald van der Linde.
The Gloom, Boom & Doom Report's Marc Faber says central bankers are not creating a favorable outcome in the long-term by printing more money.
The Fed will have a one-and-done rate hike in December or early in 2017 which should cap dollar's strength, says Compass Global Markets' Tony Boyadjian.
They're trying to make gold and they're just as likely to fail, says Marc Faber, the publisher of the Gloom, Boom & Doom report.
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