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BoJ changes policy focus to managing yield curve

CFA Institute Financial NewsBrief | Sep 21, 2016

The Bank of Japan left its key interest rate at negative 0.1% but moved to target the yield curve to ease unwanted side effects of its policies. The central bank established an interest-rate target for 10-year government debt but abandoned fixed targets for expansion of the monetary base to let them fluctuate to fine-tune yields. The Wall Street Journal (tiered subscription model) (21 Sep.) Bloomberg (21 Sep.)


May moves to calm Wall Street's Brexit fears

CFA Institute Financial NewsBrief | Sep 20, 2016

Which among the following is the biggest hurdle for private wealth advisers?

CFA Institute Financial NewsBrief | Sep 20, 2016

Demonstrations across Germany oppose trade deals

CFA Institute Financial NewsBrief | Sep 19, 2016

Divided Fed signals rate hike likely by year-end

CFA Institute Financial NewsBrief | Sep 22, 2016

Assets may be overvalued, BIS reports

CFA Institute Financial NewsBrief | Sep 19, 2016

Negative rates reportedly cost German banks €500M a year

CFA Institute Financial NewsBrief | Sep 20, 2016

China banking sector flashes stress warning

CFA Institute Financial NewsBrief | Sep 19, 2016

US medical costs post sharpest one-month gain in 32 years

CFA Institute Financial NewsBrief | Sep 19, 2016

Investors moving from actively managed to passive equity funds

CFA Institute Financial NewsBrief | Sep 20, 2016


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