World economy haunted by risk just got a double shot in the arm
ECB President Lagarde said the euro zone’s slowdown was showing signs of bottoming out.
US Federal Reserve keeps rates steady, signals no change in 2020
The Fed said it will continue to monitor the implications of data for the ec...
FOMC outcome: US Federal Reserve leaves rates unchanged, hints at no cuts in 2020
The Federal Reserve left interest rates unchanged and signa...
Google wants US Federal Reserve to follow India's UPI example
According to Google, UPI was thoughtfully planned and critical aspects of its design led to its success.
ECB holds its deposit rate at record low - 0.5% while keeping option of another rate cut firmly on table
The European Central Bank kept its ultra-easy monetary policy unchanged at Christine Lagarde's first meeting in charge on Thursday, even kee...
ECB keeps rates steady in Lagarde’s first meeting
The ECB held its deposit rate at a record low minus 0.5% while keeping the option of another rate cut firmly on the table.
Rupee pares early gains to settle marginally up at 70.83
A spike in crude oil prices and fears of further rise in retail inflation also capped the rupee gains.
Euro buoyed before ECB meeting as Fed forecast knocks dollar
The euro was up 0.1 per cent at $1.1136 from Wednesday's high of $1.1145.
After year of living dangerously, Fed likely to signal time to lay low
The Fed is expected to leave its federal funds rate unchanged at a level between 1.5% and 1.75%.
View: One key reason why Fed should cut interest rates today
US economy started flashing recession signals in 2019, forcing the Fed to cut rates 3 times.
Paul Volcker was the first monetary rockstar
Volcker left 2 major legacies: one that benefits Fed chiefs & another that central bankers have sought to dismantle.
View: Why is rupee Asia's worst emerging market currency?
Easy monetary policy from the ECB and the US Federal Reserve has flushed market with liquidity.
Former Fed Chief Paul Volcker, inflation tamer, dead at 92
Volcker was the first to bring celebrity status to the job of US central banker.
Strong US job growth highlights economy's resilience
Nonfarm payrolls increased by 266,000 jobs last month, with manufacturing recouping all the 43,000 positions lost in October.
US factory activity, construction spending unexpectedly fall
The reports on Monday came on the heels of upbeat October data on the goods trade deficit, housing and manufacturing that led economists to boost their gross domestic product estimates for the fourth quarter.
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