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India's elevated food inflation limits scope for further rate cuts
India’s volatile food prices are yet again posing a sticky inflation problem for its central bank, preventing it from cutting rates as deep as it would like to support a stuttering economy.
Third Egyptian rate cut extends easing cycle, with more to come
Egypt cut its main interest rates by a full percentage point as the lowest inflation in almost a decade allowed the central bank’s third consecutive reduction to spur investment without dimming the allure of the world’s best carry trade.
When Modi is seen borrowing more, rate cuts fail to boost bonds
September is shaping up to be a brutal month for Indian bonds, and traders are hoping the government’s borrowing plans this week will offer some relief.
BOK signals rate cut
South Korea's central bank has room for a further rate cut to deter a longer skid in Asia's fourth-largest economy, the bank's chief said Friday, with analysts eying a rate reduction in October.
ECB seen priming markets in July for rate cut after summer break
European Central Bank (ECB) policy makers will give a clear signal next week that interest rates are about to fall even further below zero, economists predict.
UK joins global bond ‘steam train’ in bets on BoE rate cut
The UK is catching up with global bond gains as investors bet the Bank of England will be forced to follow peers in signaling rate cuts.
Turkish inflation respite starts countdown to first rate cut
Turkish inflation cooled more than forecast to the slowest in a year, bringing closer the start of a monetary easing cycle.
BoK chief again hints at possible rate cut  amid heightened uncertainty
South Korea's central bank chief again hinted at an easier policy on Tuesday, citing what he called ‘further increased uncertainties’ and a low inflation that falls far short of the bank's annual target.
Bank of England's Forbes sees no case for further rate cut
Bank of England policymaker Kristin Forbes said she did not see a case for a further interest rate cut to help Britain's economy after June's vote to leave the European Union, putting her at odds with the majority of her fellow rate-setters.
Rate cut, more stimulus in store at ECB meet
The ECB will roll out its big guns at its monetary policy meeting this week, ramping up its trillion-euro asset purchases and cutting key rates to hike weak inflation, analysts said.

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