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India resilient to shocks but is not immune to US rate hike: Moody's

Apr 23, 2015

India resilient to shocks but is not immune to US rate hike: Moody's

Rating agency Moody's today said emerging economies in Asia Pacific region, including India, have a high degree of immunity to external shocks, but will face challenges when the US Federal Reserve begins raising interest rates. #India #Moody's #APAC #External shocks #US rate hike
US Fed statement: No rate hike till job market improves, inflation rises

Mar 19, 2015

US Fed statement: No rate hike till job market improves, inflation rises

The statement the Fed issued after its latest policy meeting appeared to catch investors by surprise in suggesting that a rate increase might be further off than many had assumed. Stock prices rose and bond yields fell in the minutes after the news. #United States #Inflation #Interest rates #Rate hike #jobs #stocks #US Federal Reserve
US Fed taking it slow, may raise rates only by mid year

Mar 19, 2015

US Fed taking it slow, may raise rates only by mid year

Dropping "patienta" gives the Fed more options on when it wants to raise interest rates. While the expectation is for an initial rate hike in June, the Fed has repeatedly said that it will only take action if the economy stays healthy, CNN said. #Rate hike #US Fed #Janet Yallen
Fed stays patient on hiking rates, says US economy on track despite global turmoil

Jan 29, 2015

Fed stays patient on hiking rates, says US economy on track despite global turmoil

Concluding their first policy-setting meeting of the year, Fed officials looked past the urgent moves made by other central banks this month to boost their struggling economies and saw continued economic expansion in the United States. #Inflation #Rate hike #jobs #markets #US economy #US Federal Reserve #Fed
Surprise rate hike Here's why RBI move will be cheered

Jan 28, 2014

Surprise rate hike Here's why RBI move will be cheered

RBIs inflation targeting should be consistent over the long term. Any move away from the inflation target would mean question marks on the central banks independence and bond markets would get nervous and confused. #Inflation #Reserve Bank of India #ConnectTheDots #Rate hike #Repo rate #WPI #Raghuram Rajan #Bond market #CPI #Dalal Street