All eyes on Powell tomorrow afternoon.
By: Jamie Powell
Bund yields hit record lows today.
By: Thomas Hale
History teaches us that when credit systems are replaced with payment systems, economies are starved of liquidity.
By: Izabella Kaminska
The Old Lady of Threadneedle already has enough to handle.
By: Guest writer
Will the central bank renew its 720bn of loans to European banks?
Domestic capital was trapped. The Fed and inflation helped, too.
By: Brendan Greeley
“Having to apply US securities regulation to the system had a serious negative impact on our ability to launch”.
By: Jemima Kelly
That sucking sound is the retreat of the ECB, says Oxford Economics.
By: Guest post
This guest post from Winthrop T. Smith argues that America’s state and local governments will be soon be doing their own “quantitative tightening” thanks to the federal tax changes passed at the end of last year.
Full statement with comments from the FT
By: Cardiff Garcia in New York
A quick look at risk.
By: Alexandra Scaggs