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ECB surprises with big plans for quantitative easing

CFA Institute Financial NewsBrief: Asia Pacific Edition | Jan 23, 2015

The European Central Bank launched a quantitative-easing program that, together with existing efforts, is designed to inject a total of €1 trillion into the eurozone economy. The plan, which begins in March and extends through September 2016, is much bigger than expected and combines bond buying by the ECB and the region's national central banks, a feature economists were quick to describe as problematic. Reuters (01/22)


Big slide in property market adds to China worries

CFA Institute Financial NewsBrief: Asia Pacific Edition | Jan 19, 2015

Banks, brokerages slammed by Swiss currency move

CFA Institute Financial NewsBrief: Asia Pacific Edition | Jan 19, 2015

China shares plummet on margin-trading regulatory move

CFA Institute Financial NewsBrief: Asia Pacific Edition | Jan 20, 2015

Markets casting a wary eye at central banks

CFA Institute Financial NewsBrief: Asia Pacific Edition | Jan 22, 2015

Factors expected to keep oil prices down

CFA Institute Financial NewsBrief: Asia Pacific Edition | Jan 23, 2015

China posts 7.4% growth for 2014

CFA Institute Financial NewsBrief: Asia Pacific Edition | Jan 21, 2015

Hong Kong, China emerge as winners from oil plunge

CFA Institute Financial NewsBrief: Asia Pacific Edition | Jan 20, 2015

Swiss move may undercut Japan inflation plan

CFA Institute Financial NewsBrief: Asia Pacific Edition | Jan 19, 2015

IMF: India to pass China in growth by 2016

CFA Institute Financial NewsBrief: Asia Pacific Edition | Jan 21, 2015


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