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CNBC's Gemma Acton speaks about what to expect from the Bank of England's monetary policy meeting.
Willem Buiter, chief economist at Citi, speaks about monetary policy at the European Central Bank.
The Reserve Bank of New Zealand on Thursday held its overnight cash rate at a record low 1.75 percent as expected.
This raised fresh doubts about whether the European Central Bank can start rolling back its stimulus measures soon.
U.S. government debt prices were slightly lower on Wednesday after a Treasury Department sale that saw soft demand.
Intesa Sanpaolo CEO Carlo Messina discusses the European Central Bank's monetary policy and French President-elect Emmanuel Macron.
U.S. bonds fell, as investors digested another set of speeches from Federal Reserve members, alongside a three-year notes sale.
Commerzbank CFO Stephan Engels discusses German real estate prices, deregulation in the U.S. and the business' Brexit plans.
Sameer Goel, Deutsche Bank, weighs in on the approach he thinks the Federal Reserve will adopt to unwind its balance sheet.
Doug Gordon of Russell Investments says that's what traders will be watching as they await more upcoming data releases such as CPI and retail sales.
The Fed has now met its employment goal and is nearing its inflation goal, despite some weak recent economic data, Cleveland Fed President Loretta Mester said.
Continued strong demand for safe assets along with sluggish growth in the U.S. workforce will hold down U.S. interest rates for the foreseeable future, Bullard said.
U.S. government debt prices were slightly lower on Monday, as investors digested the latest political news out of France.
Veerathai Santiprabhob, governor of the Bank of Thailand, weighs in on the strength of the Thai baht and U.S.-Thailand trade ties.
The IIF welcomes Japan's bilateral currency swap deals with Thailand and Malaysia, saying it would add to stability in the Southeast Asian region.
Rising income, wealth and lack of inflation could see the U.S. economy grow 3 percent or more this quarter, says David Roche of Independent Strategy.
The Fed follows the relationship between unemployment and inflation when deciding on monetary policy, says Frank Troise, managing director at SoHo Capital.
"We've delayed a little bit too long in reducing the size of the balance sheet," St. Louis Federal Reserve Bank President James Bullard said.
"There's no panic, there's no sense that we have to clang the bells because inflation is on the horizon," Alan Blinder tells CNBC.
Governor of the Bank of Japan Haruhiko Kuroda tells CNBC that his country will achieve its 2 percent inflation target around fiscal year 2018.
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