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Even inflation at 3.5 per cent might not mean rate rise says BoE official

even inflation at 3.5 per cent might not mean rate rise says boe official
Higher inflation may not automatically lead to an interest rate rise, according to one of the Bank of England’s top officials. Gertjan Vlieghe, one of the members of the rate-setting Monetary..
City A.M.

BoE's Vlieghe Says Inflation Spike Does Not Mean Rate Hike

LONDON (dpa-AFX) - Recent spike in inflation does not mean interest rates must be raised, Bank of England policymaker Gertjan Vlieghe said Friday. Much of the inflationary pressure can be attribut...
FinanzNachrichten.de Also reported by •RTTNewsDNA

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News video: BOJ's Kuroda says no reason to withdraw monetary stimulus

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Bank of Japan's Haruhiko Kuroda says there is "no reason" to withdraw bank's massive monetary stimulus since inflation remains far from its 2 percent target.
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News video: BOJ's Kuroda says no reason to withdraw monetary stimulus

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Bank of Japan's Haruhiko Kuroda says there is "no reason" to withdraw bank's massive monetary stimulus since inflation remains far from its 2 percent target.
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News video: Philippines Holds Key Rate at Three Percent

Philippines Holds Key Rate at Three Percent 05:05

Mar.23 -- Philippine Central Bank Governor Amando Tetangco discusses monetary policy, inflation and the economy. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets."
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News video: US market reflation trade in poor health

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Inflation forecasts are edging down as eyes turn to the US healthcare debate
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News video: Obama Commemorates Passage Of The ACA

Obama Commemorates Passage Of The ACA 00:46

Former President Barack Obama is singing the praises of the Affordable Care Act just as the GOP-led Congress prepares to dismantle it. According to NBC news, Obama weighed-in on Thursday, the seventh..
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Here are the cities where house prices are rising faster than in London

here are the cities where house prices are rising faster than in london
House prices are growing faster in cities such as Manchester, Portsmouth and Bristol than they are in London as sales of high-end homes in the capital have stagnated. London house price growth has..
City A.M.

Malaysian inflation at 8-year high

KUALA LUMPUR - Consumer prices in Malaysia rose at the fastest pace in more than eight years in February, adding to the central bank’s policy dilemma as it tries to keep interest rates low to support..
Bangkok Post

Radiohead’s OK Computer at 20: The Radiohead Prophesies: How OK Computer Predicted the Future

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** Radiohead’s OK Computer at 20: The Radiohead Prophesies: How OK Computer Predicted the Future ** Photo by: Images by Jessica Viscius This week, we are celebrating Radiohead’s OK Computer..
Pitchfork

Malaysia Feb Inflation Accelerates More Than Forecast

Malaysia's consumer price inflation accelerated at a faster-than-expected pace in February to the highest level in eight years, figures from the Department of Statistics showed Friday.
RTTNews

Malaysia Feb inflation rate at 4.5 pct y/y, highest in 8 years

MALAYSIA-ECONOMY/INFLATION (URGENT):Malaysia Feb inflation rate at 4.5 pct y/y, highest in 8 years
IndiaTimes

BOJ's Kuroda says there's no reason to withdraw monetary stimulus now

TOKYO (Reuters) - Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda said on Friday there is "no reason" to withdraw the bank's massive monetary stimulus now as inflation remains distant from its 2 percent target.
Reuters India Also reported by •ReutersSify

UPDATE 1-Sri Lanka raises rates to curb inflation, credit growth

* Tightening is precautionary measure against inflation - c.bank
Sify

Nigeria offers 1-year treasury above inflation for second time - central bank

NIGERIA-BILLS/:Nigeria offers 1-year treasury above inflation for second time - central bank
IndiaTimes

Fed research signals inflation overshoot possible, but is it tolerable ?

USA-FED/INFLATION (CORRECTED):REFILE-Fed research signals inflation overshoot possible, but is it tolerable ?
IndiaTimes Also reported by •SifyReuters India

German consumer sentiment unexpectedly falls heading into April - GfK

(Reuters) - German consumer sentiment unexpectedly fell to its lowest level in five months going into April, a survey showed on Thursday, partly due to people's concerns that rising inflation will
Sify Also reported by •Reuters India

Prices of 'all essential medicines' to go up by 2% from April 1

This is an annual price hike to bring the rate of medicines in line with the wholesale price inflation.
DNA

Most UK employers do not plan to raise pay to match rising inflation - XpertHR

BRITAIN-ECONOMY/WAGES:Most UK employers do not plan to raise pay to match rising inflation - XpertHR
IndiaTimes


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