Written by Reuters - Karen Brettell
Tuesday, 06 November 2012 23:23
The Federal Reserve's efforts to lower U.S. interest rates and increase borrowing to stimulate the economy may be running into a problem of the Fed's own making: the stubbornly high cost to borrow short-term funds is constraining the ability of banks to make cheap loans.
Written by IndiaTimes - Preeti Kulkarni & Vidyalaxmi
Monday, 05 November 2012 23:00
Reinvestment risk is the buzzword among conservative investors these days. Many financial planners have started advising their clients to get locked into longertenure fixed deposits with maturities of over five years.
Written by Nasdaq - Dow Jones Newswires
Monday, 05 November 2012 00:45
Continued inflationary pressures lead to interest rate hikes in Brazil in 2013 after a long period of monetary easing, former central bank President Arminio Fraga said in an interview published Sunday by the Estado de S. Paulo newspaper.
Written by CNBC - Dhara Ranasinghe
Sunday, 04 November 2012 23:43
The prospect of lower interest rates often means one thing in financial markets– a weaker currency. But that does not appear to be the case with the Australian dollar, which is expected to stay strong even as the nation’s central bank looks set to cut interest rates again this week.
Written by Businessweek - Josiane Kremer
Wednesday, 31 October 2012 22:55
Norges Bank will probably keep interest rates unchanged for a fourth meeting after the krone’s strength pushed inflation below target and as policy makers in Europe fail to end the region’s debt crisis.
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