Central Bank

The central bank is an institution that manages a nation’s currency, money supply and interest rates. The central bank also oversees a nation’s banking system and is the lender of last resort in a time of crisis. The central bank is normally a separate body from the political establishment. The central bank’s goal is to create stability and low inflation in the system.

Canadian Dollar Forecast 2016: Could the Loonie Hit $0.60?

By Monday, October 5, 2015
Canadian Dollar Forecast 2016CAD/USD Exchange Rate: Canadian Dollar Forecast Bearish in 2016 Although the Canadian dollar was virtually on par with the U.S. dollar just two years ago, a handful of events have decimated the loonie since. Low commodity prices are threatening to crush the Canadian dollar as the currency was supposed to regain its footing. For many .

India Economic Outlook: This Could Spell Trouble in 2016

By Thursday, October 1, 2015
India Economic OutlookIndia’s Economy Expected to Slow in 2016 In the midst of a weak global economy and a China stock market crash, India’s economic growth rate has eclipsed all others. The Indian economic outlook for 2016 is bright relative to the global economy, with businesses expressing enormous faith in the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra.

Federal Reserve: Alan Greenspan’s Warning from 1998 Holds True Today

By Friday, September 25, 2015
U.S._EconomyAlan Greenspan’s 1998 Statement Haunting Janet Yellen Today When Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan made a famous speech in 1998, no one knew how relevant it would be to Janet Yellen in 2015. Greenspan’s warning that the U.S. economy would suffer from global turmoil appears prophetic nearly two decades later. In a speech.

China Lowers Interest Rates for the Third Time in Six Months

By Tuesday, May 12, 2015
China Lowers Interest RatesOn Sunday, May 10, the People’s Bank of China (PBOC) announced that it will lower its one-year benchmark lending rate by 25 basis points to 5.1%. They also cut the one-year deposit rate by the same amount to 2.25%. This is the third interest rate cut by China’s central bank in six months. Markets in Asia welcomed the expansionary monetary.

Central Banks Creating Global Stock Market Bubbles

By Friday, April 17, 2015
Central banksIrrationality prevails in global stock markets and I believe it’s because of the actions of central banks. What’s happening with central banks and their involvement with equity markets not only is unprecedented, but it also will not end well. Japanese Stock Market Topping 20,000 Just look at the chart below of the Tokyo Nikkei Average—a.

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