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The challenges of central bank divergence

“The US is years ahead of the EU in recovery and so at a different stage of the monetary policy cycle”- writes Financial Times http://on.ft.com/1TyzuYo Advertisements

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Eurozone is facing another imbalance

This time it’s not about debt, euro or bond purchasing. This time is serious. The European Parliament is asking: where are the female central bankers? EP is postponing an appointment of the sixth member of the ECB Executive Board in … Continue reading

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An opening for the £302,885 annual salary job at the BoE

“Government to advertise Bank of England governor job for first time A new governor of the Bank of England to succeed Mervyn King will be chosen by the end of the year through “fair and open competition”, chancellor George Osborne … Continue reading

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“You’re fired!” Part 3(the last one)

At last there is an end to the stormy story of a governor of central bank in Argentina. Mr Redrado decided to quit his job few days ago, and thus he accepted the status quo that Argentina does not have … Continue reading

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“You’re fired” part 2

From recent information, Martin Redrado, (un)officially fired governor of the central bank of Argentina, has not been let inside the building (based on info in Financial Times, 27 January, 2010)

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Two times lucky

BY the decision 70-30 the U.S. Senate re-elected Ben nernanke for the second 4-year term as the governor of the Federal Reserve System. You can read it for example here: http://www.nytimes.com/2010/01/29/business/economy/29fed.html?ref=business from NYT: “The 70-to-30 vote was the weakest endorsement … Continue reading

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Fernandez de Kirchner says: “You’re fired”

Argentina is in the centre of central banking interest, again. Country’s central bank chief, Martin Redrado has been dismissed from its position for refusing repaying country’s international debt. In the history of Argentinian central bank, the “misconduct of central bank” … Continue reading

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