Daily Archives: October 13, 2009

Krishna Guha

Krishna Guha, of the Financial Times, writes about the FOMC’s Don Kohn’s dovish remarks 

Krishna Guha

Krishna Guha, of the Financial Times, discusses the changing the wording of the Fed’s de facto time commitment on rates 

Chris Giles

The tax and benefit system from April 2010 are related to today’s inflation figures. Millions will get a one-off boost to incomes as the RPI inflation rate was -1.4 per cent in September. The Treasury hope its more generous uprating shows the stimulus will continue into 2010, writes Chris Giles of the Financial Times, but it also opens an easy avenue thereafter for clawing the money back in later years. 

Ralph Atkins

Weber is engaged at power struggles at the Bundesbank, writes the Financial Times’ Ralph Atkins 

Money Supply, a Financial Times blog, rounds up the day’s economic news.  

Chris Giles

Charlie Bean, the deputy governor of the Bank of England, critisises the logic of looking at the rising reserves and claiming this means QE does not work, writes Chris Giles of the Financial Times 

The economic headlines for the afternoon of October 13 on Money Supply, a Financial Times blog