Central Banks

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San Francisco Fed President John Williams warned Thursday that too much growth could spur an asset bubble and inflation. However he said the long-term trend in annual U.S. economic growth may be as low as 1.5 percent so he doesn't see that happening.

The Reserve Bank of Australia has kept its cash rate on hold at a record low of 1.5%.

Minneapolis Fed President Neel Kashkari starts October with his essay 'My take on inflation'. While it's not a real change from him, he argues that the Fed should NOT be rasing until there in inflation and removing accomadation part of the deflation issue.

Banco de México, Mexico's central bank left its benchmark borrowing rate unchanged at 7% as expected. The vote was unaminous with impacts from recent earthquakes and the inflation risks subsiding. 

St Louis Fed President Bullard playing the role of captain obvious today. He quipped that I am probably the most dovish member of the FOMC and offered equity valuations may be stretched among other gems.

Kansas City Federal Reserve President Esther George is out on the hustings (sorry speaking) in Oklahoma City. She is talking up the Fed, inflation and rate rises. All is good you can rely on the Fed is the message.

Bank of Japan maintained its monetary stimulus and a new dovish member voted against the decision, he was opposed to the CPI outlook.

No surprises from the Federal Reserve Wednesday the FOMC  left rates unchanged rates in the 1.00%-1.25% range and announced they will taper. The Fed will begin to unwind the $4.5 trillion balance sheet in October, as expected.

European Stability Mechanism (ESM) chief Klaus Regling is over in London pushing the latest wunder tool for crises, 10 years after we are still trying to solve the Greece crisis. Regling wants a ‘rainy day’ fund  to counter “asymmetric shocks in the euro zone.

ECB begins talks about ending its QE program with ‘bulk of decisions’ expected in October.

The ERO moved above $1.2030 as the ECB kept rates unchanged.

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