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Bank of England May Tighten Policy, possibly giving a rise to #GBP/#USD  

BoE Governor Mark Carney said that the central bank may tighten its monetary policy, depending on the state of the economy. Carney stated he does “not know exactly when the rate cycle is going to start. It will be driven by the data” and added that a “fairly long run of data was as good as expected, if not slightly better.”
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Fed May End Stimulus Program in October     goo.gl/MpN9mvThe Federal Reserve announced it may stop purchasing assets in October if labor market conditions improve. The Fed said that “if the economy progresses about as the [Fed] expects…this final reduction would occur following the October meeting,” adding that “the improvement in labor market conditions [would] continue, with the unemployment rate moving down gradually over the medium term.”

Fed May End Stimulus Program in October     
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The Federal Reserve announced it may stop purchasing assets in October if labor market conditions improve. The Fed said that “if the economy progresses about as the [Fed] expects…this final reduction would occur following the October meeting,” adding that “the improvement in labor market conditions [would] continue, with the unemployment rate moving down gradually over the medium term.”

Noyer: EU States Must Cut Deficits

Noyer stated that “decades of deficits have created profound skepticism” and added that “the current balance is fragile and any significant deviation from the current budget trajectory would probably be paid for, in a volatile environment, with higher borrowing costs.” 

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Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond President Lacker: central bank could raise interest rates even if growth does not meet expectations.
 

   
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Draghi Pledges to Avert Deflation. ECB May Introduce Monetary Policy Easing. http://bit.ly/1qPQ8ph

Bullard: Fed Should Raise Interest RatesFederal Reserve Bank of St. Louis President James Bullard said that the central bank should raise interest rates due to an improvement in economic conditions. Bullard stated that “as time passes, it becomes…harder to justify continued low real rates,” adding that “you are basically going to be near normal on both dimensions [inflation and unemployment] later this year.” Bullard’s comments contrasted with those of Fed Chair Janet Yellen, who stated that interest rates could stay “well below longer-run normal values at the end of 2016.” http://bit.ly/V16iBj

Bullard: Fed Should Raise Interest Rates

Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis President James Bullard said that the central bank should raise interest rates due to an improvement in economic conditions. Bullard stated that “as time passes, it becomes…harder to justify continued low real rates,” adding that “you are basically going to be near normal on both dimensions [inflation and unemployment] later this year.”

Bullard’s comments contrasted with those of Fed Chair Janet Yellen, who stated that interest rates could stay “well below longer-run normal values at the end of 2016.” http://bit.ly/V16iBj

Merkel: Further Reforms Are EssentialGerman Chancellor Angela Merkel stated that the recession in the Eurozone is still not over and stressed the need for further reforms. Merkel said that the European “crisis has not been finally overcome,” adding that “the situation is fragile and it is still important that structural reforms in certain member states be carried out.” http://bit.ly/1qdv9z1

Merkel: Further Reforms Are Essential

German Chancellor Angela Merkel stated that the recession in the Eurozone is still not over and stressed the need for further reforms. Merkel said that the European “crisis has not been finally overcome,” adding that “the situation is fragile and it is still important that structural reforms in certain member states be carried out.” http://bit.ly/1qdv9z1

Kuroda: BoJ will not hesitate to adjust stimulus programBank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda said that the central bank may adjust its stimulus program in order to reach the 2% inflation target. Kuroda stated that “the BoJ will examine upside and downside risks to the economy and prices, and won’t hesitate adjusting policy if needed” and added that “coming up with growth strategies is a key challenge…so Japan must make further efforts on this.” http://bit.ly/1rx7Eyn

Kuroda: BoJ will not hesitate to adjust stimulus program

Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda said that the central bank may adjust its stimulus program in order to reach the 2% inflation target. Kuroda stated that “the BoJ will examine upside and downside risks to the economy and prices, and won’t hesitate adjusting policy if needed” and added that “coming up with growth strategies is a key challenge…so Japan must make further efforts on this.” http://bit.ly/1rx7Eyn

Yellen: Interest Rates Could Remain Low until 2016 

Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen announced that interest rates could remain at present levels in order to stimulate the economy. Yellen said that interest rates could stay “well below longer-run normal values at the end of 2016” and added that “with appropriate policy accommodation, economic activity will expand at a moderate pace and labor market conditions will continue to improve gradually.” http://bit.ly/1q4dt8R