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Australian regulators closely watching home loan boom-RBA

Metro USA 22 Sep 2021
SYDNEY (Reuters) – Australia’s booming housing market is leading to a build up of consumer debt that could become a risk to financial stability, a top central banker cautioned on Wednesday, while also noting the strength was positive for the economy overall ... The housing boom had also helped the economy recover ... .
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Where home prices are going next, according to forecast models

Yahoo Daily News 22 Sep 2021
The COVID-19 housing market—underpinned by remote work, pandemic-induced low mortgage rates, and a demographic wave of first-time homebuyers—has been among the hottest in the nation's history ... If inflation-concerned central bankers raise interest rates sooner than expected, it would translate into downward pressure on real estate prices ... .
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Czech central banker Holub 'quite likely' to support 50 bp hike in Sept, open to more

Reuters 21 Sep 2021
PRAGUE, Sept 21 (Reuters) - Czech central banker Tomas Holub said that he would likely support a 50 basis point rate increase at the next policy meeting on Sept. 30, adding to signals that the central bank could deliver its biggest hike since 1997 next week ... The central bank last raised its main rate by more than 25 basis points in December 1997.
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Czech central banker Holub ‘quite likely’ to support 50 bp hike in Sept, open to more

Metro USA 21 Sep 2021
PRAGUE (Reuters) – Czech central banker Tomas Holub said that he would likely support a 50 basis point rate increase at the next policy meeting on Sept. 30, adding to signals that the central bank could deliver its biggest hike since 1997 next week ... The central bank last raised its main rate by more than 25 basis points in December 1997.
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Central banker says Greek economic growth to exceed 6% in 2021

Ekathimerini 21 Sep 2021
... allow the European Central Bank to continue to buy Greek debt even after it ends its pandemic emergency purchase program (PEPP).
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BSP Governor Shares Philippines’ Efforts Toward Post-COVID Economy with Foreign Central Bankers, Financial Regulators, Investors (Central Bank of the Philippines)

Public Technologies 21 Sep 2021
BSP Governor Shares Philippines' Efforts Toward Post-COVID Economy with Foreign Central Bankers, Financial Regulators, Investors ... Diokno shared with foreign central bankers, other financial regulators, and institutional investors how the Philippines is striving to achieve a ...
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Czech central banker Holub 'quite likely' to support 50 bp hike in Sept (Ceska Narodni Banka)

Public Technologies 21 Sep 2021
Czech central banker Tomas Holub said that he would likely support a 50 basis point rate increase at the next policy meeting on Sept. 30, adding to signals that the central bank could deliver its biggest hike since 1997 next week ... The central bank last raised its main rate by more than 25 basis points in December 1997.
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The U.S. Is Losing the Global Race to Decide the Future of Money—and It Could Doom the Almighty Dollar

Time 21 Sep 2021
How Central Bankers Rigged The World, tells TIME ... Central bankers also generally have concluded that commercial banks are a necessary piece of a potential CBDC ecosystem, thanks to their pre-existing regulatory guardrails and ability to move money.
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The U.S. Is Losing the Global Race to Decide the Future of Money—and It Could ...

Time Magazine 21 Sep 2021
How Central Bankers Rigged The World, tells TIME ... Central bankers also generally have concluded that commercial banks are a necessary piece of a potential CBDC ecosystem, thanks to their pre-existing regulatory guardrails and ability to move money.
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PH economy to emerge from pandemic stronger, Diokno says

The Philadelphia Inquirer 21 Sep 2021
Speaking to a group of central bankers, financial regulators and investors from around the world, Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) ...
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OECD: Still too early to ease economic support despite inflation spike

Metro USA 21 Sep 2021
Most central bankers and policymakers have concluded – for now – that the current spike is a fleeting reaction to the recovery rather than the prelude to a sustained period of higher inflation, though the debate is far from closed. The OECD advised central banks to ...
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OECD forecasts rapid rebound but warns governments not to withdraw supports

The Irish Times 21 Sep 2021
Most central bankers and policymakers have concluded - for now - that the current spike is a fleeting reaction to the recovery rather than the prelude to a sustained period of higher inflation, though the debate is far from closed. The OECD advised central banks to keep monetary ...
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Rapid economic rebound forecast – but supports ‘key’ to recovery

The Irish Times 21 Sep 2021
Most central bankers and policymakers have concluded – for now – that the current spike is a fleeting reaction to the recovery rather than the prelude to a sustained period of higher inflation, though the debate is far from closed. The OECD advised central banks to keep monetary ...
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Banks Oppose Strict Basel Rules Targeting Cryptocurrencies

Wall Street Journal 21 Sep 2021
The biggest U.S ... The Basel Committee for Banking Supervision, a group of global central bankers and regulators, proposed the new rules in June ... .
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