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BoJ debated monetary, fiscal policy mix as cost of ultra-low rates rises
A few Bank of Japan board members said the central bank must work carefully with the government in dealing with the next economic downturn, minutes of the BoJ’s October rate review showed on Tuesday.
Thailand's new inflation target, no changes  in monetary policy: Deputy governor
Thailand’s new inflation target range of one to three percent for next year, narrowed from this year’s one to four percent, does not signal a change in monetary policy implementation, a deputy central bank governor said on Tuesday.
Lagarde era begins with chance to map out plans
The Christine Lagarde-era at the European Central Bank is underway and the new president gets her first chance to frame her outlook for the economy and monetary policy publicly on Monday.
Kuroda brushes aside view BoJ has run out of tools to ease monetary policy
Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda said on Friday the central bank was ready to expand monetary stimulus if needed, brushing aside the view the BoJ had little ammunition left to fight the next economic downturn.
ECB to increase dose of monetary medicine
The European Central Bank will almost certainly announce new stimulus measures at its policy meeting next week, analysts said, as eurozone inflation turned negative and the economic outlook continues to cloud over.
International Monetary Fund downgrades world growth forecast
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has downgraded its forecast for global economic growth, noting that falling commodity prices and jumpy financial markets have raised global risks.
Monetary debates still heated
The decline in inflation rate has sparked vigorous debates on whether the government should reduce interest rates for deposits or maintain them at current levels.
Majlis Research Center proposes approaches to end stagflation
Majlis Research Center's Economic Studies Bureau has proposed 11 approaches to help overcome stagflation.
Advantages of monetary treaty with China, Russia
Almost 50 bilateral agreements have been signed worldwide, more than half of which is in Chinese Yuan and currencies other than the US dollar. The last relevant monetary treaty was signed by Australia and South Korea.

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