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5 world market themes for the week ahead

The Times of India 04 Feb 2023
And even if markets choose to ignore central bankers for now that doesn't mean they won't listen to what officials say ... That's not good for a central bank, nor is the idea that their communication is ineffective ... and European rate cuts by the year-end, central bankers are only too aware of the communication challenge they face.
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Markets to central bankers: We don’t believe you

Japan Times 03 Feb 2023
Investors said that whatever central banks pledged now mattered less for markets already driven by a belief that inflation has peaked ... .
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BOJ new governor contender Nakaso takes up APEC advisory council post

Reuters 03 Feb 2023
TOKYO, Feb 3 (Reuters) - Former Bank of Japan (BOJ) Deputy Governor Hiroshi Nakaso, seen as a leading contender to become the new central bank chief, said he has taken up a post heading a financial conference under the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) advisory council ... Markets to central bankers ... Markets to central bankers.
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RBI gauges banks' exposure to Adani companies

The Times of India 03 Feb 2023
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) is said to be assessing the banking system's exposure to the Adani Group which has lost about $100 billion in market value since US short-seller Hindenburg Research's allegations of misgovernance, 'fraud' and price 'manipulation' surfaced a week ago, multiple bankers familiar with the central bank move told ET.
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After a joint rate surge, central banks start to see the end in sight

Union Leader 03 Feb 2023
The shift was couched in different ways when top central bankers issued their latest policy statements this week, and is likely to play out at different speeds among a group of nations where war, trade, energy and other factors have influenced prices to varying degrees.
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Explainer: The Fed says disinflation is welcome. What is that, exactly?

Reuters 03 Feb 2023
To understand disinflation, it is helpful to first understand what central bankers mean by inflation ... much about it in their day-to-day planning, but high enough to give central bankers wiggle room to fight economic downturns with interest-rate cuts ... Markets to central bankers.
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Goldman Sachs names investment banker in new transaction banking role

Reuters 03 Feb 2023
NEW YORK, Feb 2 (Reuters) - Goldman Sachs Group Inc (GS.N) has appointed Akila Raman as chief commercial and strategy officer of transaction banking within its newly formed Platform Solutions unit, according to an internal memo seen by Reuters on Thursday ... read more ... MarketscategoryAnalysis. Markets to central bankers ... Video ... Markets to central bankers.
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Fourth phase of Antyodaya Rozgar Melas soon: Haryana CM Khattar

Hindustan Times 03 Feb 2023
The chief minister urged the bankers to immediately approve the loan-related applications various departments have sent for self-employment loans ... The bankers can also use that data to make loans available to people under the mudra scheme of the central and other state government schemes,” he said ....
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Former US official warns Tucker that gov’t-issued digital currencies are forms of financial ‘control’

Life Site 03 Feb 2023
(LifeSiteNews) — A former official in the United States government said that the elimination of cash and the creation of a central bank digital currencies (CBDCs) could be used to control citizens ... Central bankers will “turn off” money if someone does not follow the rules they create.
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The Fed says disinflation is welcome. What is that, exactly?

The Times of India 03 Feb 2023
To understand disinflation, it is helpful to first understand what central bankers mean by inflation ... they will not have to worry much about it in their day-to-day planning, but high enough to give central bankers wiggle room to fight economic downturns with interest-rate cuts.
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Take Five: The Bottom Line

Reuters 03 Feb 2023
And even if markets choose to ignore central bankers for now that doesn't mean they won't listen to what officials say ... That's not good for a central bank, nor is the idea that their communication is ineffective ... and European rate cuts by the year-end, central bankers are only too aware of the communication challenge they face.
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Ukraine’s allies push IMF to approve $14 bln-$16 bln loan - FT

Reuters 03 Feb 2023
Our Standards. The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles. Read Next ... Updated undefined ago. Gallery. MarketscategoryMorning bid ... Gallery ... Markets to central bankers ... yields flat on hope for central banks pause, article with galleryFebruary 2, 2023 ....
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South Korea braces for tough H1, promises support for exports, investment

Reuters 03 Feb 2023
The central bank has said inflation would ease towards 3% later in the year.Reporting by Choonsik Yoo; Editing by Leslie Adler and Lincoln Feast. Our Standards. The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles. Read Next. WorldcategoryExclusive. Adani made scheduled U.S ... Video ... Gallery ... Markets to central bankers ... ....
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Editorial. Fed, ECB hawkishness can impact domestic growth

Business Line 03 Feb 2023
The European Central ... With major central bankers resolving to continue restrictive monetary policy as long as inflation remains high, growth deceleration in these countries will impact India’s external trade, especially in services, inward remittances and portfolio and FDI flows.
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BOJ governor contender Nakaso takes up APEC advisory council post

Asahi News 03 Feb 2023
He made no mention on monetary policy or the process to choose the next central bank governor. A career central banker who served as deputy governor until 2018, Nakaso has repeatedly warned of the drawbacks of prolonged monetary easing such as the distortion its huge presence could create in bond and money markets.

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