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Yellen hints rate rise a bit nearer

CFA Institute Financial NewsBrief: Asia Pacific Edition | Feb 25, 2015

U.S. Federal Reserve policymakers are transitioning from an emphasis on "patience" to a meeting-by-meeting focus as they contemplate when to raise interest rates, chief Janet Yellen indicated in testimony before the Senate Banking Committee. The change in language suggests the long-anticipated rate boost is nearer at hand. Reuters (02/24)


Hong Kong, Singapore go separate fiscal ways

CFA Institute Financial NewsBrief: Asia Pacific Edition | Feb 26, 2015

China credit picture is ominous

CFA Institute Financial NewsBrief: Asia Pacific Edition | Feb 26, 2015

Indian budget leans toward growth

CFA Institute Financial NewsBrief: Asia Pacific Edition | Mar 02, 2015

China cuts rates as factory gauge falls for 2nd month

CFA Institute Financial NewsBrief: Asia Pacific Edition | Mar 02, 2015

China reported ready with quick measures to boost housing

CFA Institute Financial NewsBrief: Asia Pacific Edition | Feb 26, 2015

Greece wrestles with reforms demanded by creditors

CFA Institute Financial NewsBrief: Asia Pacific Edition | Feb 24, 2015

Bank of Japan chief sets no limit on balance sheet growth

CFA Institute Financial NewsBrief: Asia Pacific Edition | Feb 27, 2015

Greece secures bailout extension

CFA Institute Financial NewsBrief: Asia Pacific Edition | Feb 25, 2015

Nobel economist sees Japan ills spreading globally

CFA Institute Financial NewsBrief: Asia Pacific Edition | Feb 25, 2015


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