Tag Archives: central bank

Fed Governor: US has hurdles for CBDCs

[ad_1] Share Tweet Share Share Share E-mail Is the United States ready for a digital dollar? Not just yet, Federal Reserve Governor Lael Brainard said in a speech to CoinDesk’s Consensus 2021 Monday (May 24). There are a few policy considerations to take into account first, Brainard said, such as …

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Greater Than opens a subsidiary in Japan

[ad_1] Bloomberg Race to avert disaster at China’s biggest ‘bad bank’ (Bloomberg) – It was past 9 p.m. on Financial Street in Beijing by the time the character inside the Huarong Tower picked up an ink brush and, with trained strokes, began to put characters on paper. entrepreneur, Chinese Communist …

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Asian stocks follow Wall St lower as inflation fears escalate

[ad_1] BEIJING (AP) – Asian stock markets followed Wall Street lower for a second day on Thursday after unexpected increases in consumer prices in the United States fueled concerns that inflation could dampen the economic recovery. Market references in Shanghai, Tokyo, Hong Kong and Southeast Asia declined. Overnight, the Wall …

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Huarong Risks May Delay Withdrawal Of PBOC Stimulus, Economists Say

[ad_1] (Bloomberg) – The heightened financial stability risks surrounding China Huarong Asset Management Co. could prompt the central bank to proceed more cautiously by reducing its monetary support this year. Speculation of a possible debt restructuring by one of the country’s largest public finance companies recently rocked markets, raising concerns …

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Egyptian banks face additional pressure from coronavirus fallout

[ad_1] Fitch Ratings-London / Dubai: Egyptian banks face deteriorating asset quality and continued pressure on profitability until 2021 amid the economic fallout from the pandemic, Fitch Ratings says in a new report. Capitalization remains a weak credit and liquidity in foreign currency is still vulnerable to external shocks. However, the …

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The first quarter in bond funds

[ad_1] Above all, the new year brought good news regarding a potential return to normal for economies, which largely left fixed income markets to worsen in the first quarter of 2021. The introduction of the fiscal stimulus package US $ 1.9 trillion US dollar and the ongoing deployment of the …

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