Daily Archives: October 14, 2009

Krishna Guha

If the Fed is not expecting to raise rates soon, officials should be more careful about the language they use intermeeting speeches, write Krishna Guha of the Financial Times 

Krishna Guha

The Fed’s forecast will have to shift a lot to get it into an early tightening mode, says Krishna Guha of the Financial Times 

Krishna Guha

Krishna Guha of the Financial Times discusses the FOMC’s dovish minutes 

Ralph Atkins

An ECB executive board member is sceptical about “leaning against the wind,” writes Ralph Atkins of the Financial Times 

The fall in the US dollar should be welcomed, as it will help correct global imbalances. The recovery
in China’s economy is gaining new impetus, amid concerns about the transition to a more balanced economy.  

Chris Giles

The Financial Times has an interview with Paul Fisher, head of markets, in tomorrow’s paper. Here are some initial impressions from an interesting chat, writes Chris Giles of the Financial Times 

Money Supply, a Financial Times blog, rounds-up headlines for Wednesday October 14 

Chris Giles

British unemployment may have stopped rising, writes Chris Giles of the Financial Times