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Polish rate hikes must depend on data, says central banker Sura

Reuters 24 May 2022
WARSAW, May 24 (Reuters) - The size of rate hikes in Poland must be determined by incoming data on the economy and inflation, central banker Rafal Sura said ...
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44 nations converged to discuss bitcoin in El Salvador: The Davos of crypto?

Cryptoslate 24 May 2022
El Salvador’s conference is the first step in educating central bankers on how this could happen ... Nicolas Burtey, the founder of Galoy Money behind the Bitcoin Beach wallet, noted that central bankers from developing countries have much to learn, but he was pleased to answer the most common questions.
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In volatile times, cash is an asset class; sit on the sidelines and wait a bit more: Andrew Holland

The Times of India 24 May 2022
At what point in time this market becomes what could be called a value buy because for markets to bottom out, either they have to become very cheap or central bankers have to support. Central bankers are not going to support which means markets have to become cheap before they start bottoming out and we are not there yet?.
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Wall Street lobbies are bashing the idea of a digital dollar from the Fed and ...

Business Insider 24 May 2022
Concerns have grown that the dollar's dominance could be declining ... The American Bankers Association said a central bank digital currency would "rewire our banking and financial system." ... The American Bankers Association published a letter Friday warning that a central bank digital currency would "rewire our banking and financial system." .. ....
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Could a stronger euro bring relief to global markets?

Moneyweek 24 May 2022
Well, yesterday, ECB chief Christine Lagarde came out with a blog post in which she – unusually for a central banker – was really quite clear about what the central bank will be doing over the next couple of quarters.
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Cycles Are Driven By Credit by Alasdair Macleod

Earth Newspaper 24 May 2022
Central bankers’ narratives are falling apart. And faced with unpopularity over rising prices politicians are beginning to question central bank independence ... This article gets to the heart of why central banks’ monetary policy was originally flawed ... Alasdair Macleod Archive ... ....
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Polish rate hikes must depend on data, says c.banker Sura

FX Empire 24 May 2022
WARSAW (Reuters) – The size of rate hikes in Poland must be determined by incoming data on the economy and inflation, central banker Rafal Sura said in comments published on Tuesday, adding that this meant it was not ...
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As Fed amps up inflation fight, one policymaker urges caution

FX Empire 24 May 2022
(Reuters) – With the Federal Reserve amping up its fight against 40-year high inflation, one U.S. central banker this week urged caution so as to avoid triggering “significant economic dislocation” with interest-rate hikes that were too sharp ... (Reporting by Ann Saphir). Advertisement ... Sign Up ... Centralized Crypto Exchanges VS ... ....
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World economy has 'buffer' against recession says IMF's Gopinath

The Times of India 24 May 2022
Gopinath said inflation "will remain significantly above central bank targets for a while", adding. "It is very important for central bankers around the world to deal with inflation as a clear and present danger, that is something they need to deal with in a very forceful manner".
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BoE Governor Bailey Shares ECB President Lagarde’s Anti-Crypto Views

FX Empire 24 May 2022
The TerraUSD and Terra LUNA collapse has given central banks a platform to deliver crypto warnings ... In the wake of the market collapse, central bankers seized the opportunity to crypto-bash ... Central Banks, Banks, and Corporations Diverge on Cryptocurrencies. While central banks ...
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Fed policymakers back two more big rate hikes, but then what?

Metro USA 24 May 2022
central bankers broadly back two more big interest rate hikes in June and July, but what happens after is a matter of intense internal debate that turns in large part on differing views of how price pressures will play out in months ahead ... While there is a risk the central bank ...
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After HSBC furore, watchdog says pension funds should not ignore climate change

Reuters 23 May 2022
HSBC banker said financial risks of climate change overdoneRegulator ... Stuart Kirk, a senior HSBC banker in charge of sustainable investments, said last week that central bank policymakers and other global authorities were exaggerating the financial risks of climate change.
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Another Central Banker Berates Crypto, Why Do They Hate it So Much?

FX Empire 23 May 2022
European Central Bank President Christine Lagard said cryptos are “worth nothing.” Central banks see them as a threat to their own digital currency rollouts ... The current price of a Bitcoin is still just over $30,000, but European Central Bank President Christine Lagarde thinks it and other crypto assets are “worth nothing.”.
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HSBC suspends senior banker over climate claims

RTE 23 May 2022
Lending giant HSBC has reportedly suspended a senior banker after he dismissed climate change warnings as "unsubstantiated" and claimed central bankers have exaggerated global warming risks. Stuart Kirk is head of responsible investing at HSBC ... HSBC chief executive Noel Quinn denounced the comments over the weekend ... .
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Imf’s Gopinath Says The Global Economy Has Abuffer Against Recession | Mint

Live Mint 23 May 2022
Gopinath said inflation “will remain significantly above central bank targets for a while", adding. “It is very important for central bankers around the world to deal with inflation as a clear and present danger; that is something they need to deal with in a very forceful manner".

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