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Latin America Economics > Latin America Update — Low inflation to delay Colombian interest rate hikesGlobal Economics > Global Monetary Indicators Monitor — Taper delay keeps monetary conditions looseJapan Economics > Japan Economics Update — Bank of Japan in no hurry to ease furtherEmerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economics Update — New Zealand to leave first rate hike until mid-2014US Economics > US Economics Update — Fed waits for the fog to clearGlobal Markets > Global Markets Update — Monetary and fiscal outlook points to further yen weaknessGlobal Economics > Global Central Bank Watch — QE has costs as well as benefitsEmerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Economics Update — Hungary’s easing cycle nearing an endEmerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economics Update — India cuts effective policy rate, but also has an eye on inflationThis article appears in multiple services — Inflation expectations pose little threat to guidance
Latin America Economics > Latin America Update — Mexican central bank signals end of the easing cycleUK Economics > UK Data Response — Preliminary GDP (Q3) & Mark Carney’s SpeechJapan Economics > Bank of Japan Watch — Steady as she goes, perhaps for another 12 monthsUS Economics > US Fed Watch — QEternity?Emerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economics Update — Gradual rate hikes in the Philippines next yearEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Swedish and Norwegian rates on hold until 2015Canada Economics > Canada Economics Update — Bank of Canada throws in towelEmerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Economics Update — Turkish monetary conditions likely to remain tightUS Economics > US Chart Book — Policy uncertainty will persist for some timeUK Economics > UK Data Response — MPC minutes (Oct. 13)
Global Economics > Global Economics Focus — Will the Fed’s “exit” stifle the global recovery?US Economics > US Economics Update — Monetary policy now a slave to fiscal uncertaintyLatin America Economics > Latin America Update — Chile cuts rates as economic slowdown takes holdLatin America Economics > Latin America Update — Weak activity data point to another Mexican interest rate cutCanada Economics > Bank of Canada Watch — Economic growth outlook likely to be downgradedGlobal Economics > Global Economics Update — US debt crisis should not stifle global recoveryChina Economics > China Economics Update — How long will the Hong Kong peg last?Emerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economics Update — No rate changes in Thailand through to mid-2014Emerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Economics Update — Russia’s central bank allows the dust to settleEmerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economics Update — Singapore's outlook is upbeat, despite Q3 contraction
Latin America Economics > Latin America Update — Peru in no rush to cut rates despite slowing economyJapan Economics > Japan Chart Book — As good as it gets?This article appears in multiple services — MPC likely to have been united in standing patLatin America Economics > Latin America Update — Brazil interest rates heading back into double-digit territoryEmerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economics Update — No rate increases in Korea anytime soonUS Economics > US Economics Update — Fed minutes point to December taper, but that was pre-shutdownEuropean Economics > European Economic Outlook — Growth prospects improve, but crisis unresolvedThis article appears in multiple services — A quiet meeting in prospectEmerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economic Outlook — China and India holding back regional reboundEmerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economics Update — India cuts effective policy rate
UK Economics > UK Quarterly Review — Recovery, but the right sort?This article appears in multiple services — Interest rates to stay low despite recovering economyJapan Economics > Japan Economics Update — Bank of Japan still likely to ease moreLatin America Economics > Latin America Update — Uruguayan authorities losing their grip on inflationEmerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Economics Update — Polish rates likely to remain on hold for a prolonged periodEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — ECB in no hurry to provide further supportEuropean Economics > European Chart Book — Falling inflation increases scope for monetary easingUK Economics > UK Economics Focus — Too low for too long?Global Economics > Global Monetary Indicators Monitor — Monetary base to rise further in US and JapanJapan Economics > Japan Economics Update — Consumption tax hike leaves credibility at risk
Emerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economics Update — Australia’s central bank still likely to cut againEmerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Economics Update — Romania’s easing cycle nearing an endLatin America Economics > Latin America Update — Colombian interest rates to stay on hold for another yearJapan Economics > Bank of Japan Watch — What will the Bank think of the consumption tax decision?Emerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economics Update — No rush to hike rates in TaiwanGlobal Economics > Global Economics Update — Should we worry about the fiscal impact of higher bond yields?European Economics > ECB Watch — More LTROs in the pipeline?UK Economics > UK Economics Update — Different MPC views could further weaken forward guidanceAfrica Economics > Africa Economics Update — Nigerian interest rates to stay on hold for prolonged periodEmerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Economics Update — A little further to go in Hungary’s easing cycle
Global Economics > Global Central Bank Watch — Is "forward guidance" a step backwards?US Economics > US Economics Weekly — Fed fails to understand that sometimes, less is moreEuropean Economics > European Economics Weekly — Fed inaction brings the ECB respite, for nowThis article appears in multiple services — US Fed helps out Mr CarneyLatin America Economics > Latin America Update — Colombia: Strong Q2 growth to temper talk of a rate cutMiddle East & North Africa Economics > Middle East Economic Updates — More Egyptian rate cuts could be on the wayGlobal Economics > Global Economics Update — What would a Taylor rule imply for global monetary policy?Africa Economics > Africa Economics Update — South Africa: rates on hold despite Fed surpriseUS Housing > US Housing Market Data Response — Existing Home Sales (Aug. 13)European Economics > European Economics Update — SNB to remain in strongly accommodative mode
European Economics > European Economics Update — Norges Bank unlikely to hike before end-2014Emerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economics Update — New Zealand set for a solid reboundEmerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economics Focus — Credit slowdown set to weigh on Thailand’s growthCanada Economics > Canada Economics Update — Bank of Canada's economic rebound unlikelyUS Economics > US Economics Update — Fed delays taper; then fails to offer a clear explanation whyAfrica Economics > Africa Economics Update — Ghana: twin deficits to keep monetary policy tightLatin America Economics > Latin America Watch — Fed tapering and Latin America: a recapEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Fed tapering could test the ECB's resolveThis article appears in multiple services — MPC minutes (Sep.)Emerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Economics Update — Turkish policymakers waiting for “taper” reaction
Japan Economics > Japan Economics Update — Monetary Indicators Monitor (Aug.)Emerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Economics Update — Russia rate overhaul won’t alter monetary conditionsLatin America Economics > Latin America Update — Interest rate cuts still likely in Chile and PeruEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — When will Denmark normalise monetary policy?Emerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economics Update — Bank Indonesia to keep monetary policy tightEmerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economics Update — Rates on hold in the Philippines, but hikes likely next yearEmerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economics Update — Korean rates set for prolonged holdEmerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economics Update — New Zealand rate hike still looks some way offUS Economics > US Fed Watch — Ahead of the taperThis article appears in multiple services — MPC won't ignore wider measures of labour market slack
Middle East & North Africa Economics > Middle East Watch — What next for the Egyptian pound?Japan Economics > Japan Data Response — GDP (Q2 Revised)US Economics > US Economics Weekly — Fannie, Freddie and financial repressionEmerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economics Weekly — Falling current account surpluses are not to be fearedLatin America Economics > Latin America Update — Mexican interest rate cut is probably a one-offEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — ECB strikes balance between optimism and supportLatin America Economics > Latin America Update — Chile: solid start to Q3 could delay monetary easingThis article appears in multiple services — No-change decision could mask split voteEmerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economics Update — Central bank in Malaysia to hike rates next yearJapan Economics > Japan Economics Update — Bank of Japan reiterates support for consumption tax hikes
European Economics > European Economics Update — Riksbank’s economic forecasts still look too optimistic-SepEmerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economics Update — What should we make of India’s latest reforms?Canada Economics > Canada Economics Update — Bank of Canada turning more dovishThis article appears in multiple services — Recovery quickens as productivity reboundsEmerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Economics Update — Shift towards tighter policy in Poland looks some way offGlobal Markets > Global Markets Update — Why is ‘forward guidance’ failing to anchor long-term Gilts?Japan Economics > Japan Chart Book — Business and household prospects divergingEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Less could be more when it comes to forward guidanceAfrica Economics > Africa Economics Update — Next move in Kenyan interest rates likely to be upGlobal Economics > Global Monetary Indicators Monitor — Fed poised to begin tapering
Japan Economics > Bank of Japan Watch — Further easing coming, but not just yetUK Economics > MPC Watch — Split vote on QE to re-emergeLatin America Economics > Latin America Update — Dovish statement to temper expectation of rate hikes in ColombiaUS Economics > US Economics Weekly — Global developments unlikely to influence Fed taperingJapan Economics > Japan Economics Weekly — Spare capacity diminishing but still largeEuropean Economics > European Economics Weekly — Households back on their feet, but not yet ready to runUK Economics > UK Economics Weekly — What will the MPC do next?China Economics > China Watch — Gains from interest rate liberalisation being overplayedGlobal Economics > Global Central Bank Watch — Monetary conditions to stay loose despite Fed taperingEuropean Economics > ECB Watch — Draghi won't firm up his guidance
Emerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economics Update — Slower growth in Indonesia likely after recent rate hikesLatin America Economics > Latin America Update — Brazilian interest rates to rise by less than market expectsCanada Economics > Bank of Canada Watch — Bank still pinning hopes on an unlikely export-led recoveryUK Markets > UK Markets Analyst — Gilts may yet decouple from TreasuriesThis article appears in multiple services — Carney’s words fall on deaf earsEmerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Economics Update — What might the next twist in Turkish monetary policy be?European Economics > European Economics Update — Euro-zone Monetary Indicators Monitor (Jul.)Emerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Economics Update — Hungary’s easing cycle slowing downUK Economics > UK Economics Focus — Will unemployment fall sooner than the MPC thinks?Japan Economics > Japan Economics Update — Monetary Indicators Monitor (Jul.)
US Economics > US Economics Update — Fed still on course to begin QE taper in SeptemberEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Is the ECB’s forward guidance working?Emerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economics Update — Thai rates to stay unchanged in 2013Emerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Economics Update — Turkey continues to tightenLatin America Economics > Latin America Watch — Brazil: how will policymakers respond to market rout?US Economics > US Chart Book — Residential investment growth set to slowEmerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economics Weekly — Asia’s industrial outperformance to continueUS Economics > US Economics Update — Productivity stagnation bodes ill for potential GDP growthEmerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economics Update — Rate hikes likely in Indonesia before year-endThis article appears in multiple services — MPC Minutes (Aug.) & Labour market (Jun./Jul.)
Latin America Economics > Latin America Update — Chilean central bank bides its time over rate moveEmerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economics Update — India’s latest data underline stagflation problemLatin America Economics > Latin America Update — What next for Chilean monetary policy?This article appears in multiple services — Rates to stay on hold for three years (probably)Emerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economics Weekly — India’s new central bank governor to keep a tight reinUK Economics > UK Economics Update — Could the MPC have been bolder with its threshold?Emerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Economics Update — Central Bank of Russia bides its timeLatin America Economics > Latin America Update — Peru rates on hold, cuts still unlikely this yearLatin America Economics > Latin America Update — Inflation concerns ease in Brazil and MexicoThis article appears in multiple services — Impact of forward guidance is greater than it seems