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Policy Daily Review May 31, 2019

Policy Daily Review for May 31, 2019

BoC’s Wilkins: Degree of accommodation provided by current policy interest rate remains appropriate

In her speech delivered to a business audience in Calgary, Carolyn Wilkins, Bank of Canada’s senior deputy governor, reiterated that the degree of acc


Fed’s Clarida: We are attune to potential economic risks that could call for more accommodative policy

Additional comments from Fed Board of Governors Vice Chair Richard Clarida cross the wires as he continues to speak at an event in New York. Key quote


Amazon bulls may be ignoring a key regulatory risk (AMZN) | Markets Insider

Amazon bulls may be ignoring a critical threat to the company, according to a new research note. Antitrust actions against the company may take place at t…


Fed’s Clarida flags inflation, global risks as factors that could swing monetary policy

Federal Reserve Vice Chairman Richard Clarida flagged low inflation or global risks as factors that could alter monetary policy. In a speech to the Economic…


Mark Zuckerberg dodged a barrage of calls for him to give up some power at Facebook and instead said governments need to step up to the plate

A lineup of speakers demanded that Mark Zuckerberg cede some control at Facebook. “We are sick and tired of apologies,” one said.


Fed No. 2 Clarida Hints At Policy Pivot For Central Bank

The Fed is becoming convinced it can keep the jobless rate below 4% consistently without generating undue inflation. That’s a major shift, and a big deal for workers.


Financial Stability Board Is Monitoring Crypto-Assets’ Risks And Regulatory Implications

International standard-setting bodies and other organizations are working on a number of fronts in order to address directly risks arising from crypto-assets. They are mainly focused on investor protection, market integrity, anti-money laundering, bank exposures and financial stability monitoring.


ECB’s Visco: Absolute necessity to improve Italian growth potential

In an interview with CNBC, European Central Bank (ECB) Governing Council member and Bank of Italy Head Ignazio Visco said that it was an ‘absolute nec


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