Phương pháp chơi tài xỉu:Central banks unleash 350 basis points more of rate hikes in inflation fight

频道:社会 日期: 浏览:9

Telegram频道爬虫是一个Telegram群组分享平台。Telegram频道爬虫包括Telegram频道爬虫、Telegram群组索引、Telegram群组导航、新加坡Telegram群组、Telegram中文群组、Telegram群组(其他)、Telegram 美国 群组、Telegram群组爬虫、电报群 科学上网、小飞机 怎么 加 群、tg群等内容。Telegram频道爬虫为广大电报用户提供各种电报群组/电报频道/电报机器人导航服务。

LONDON: Major central banks have stepped up their fight against runaway inflation, unleashing another 350 basis points of hikes in a pivotal week in which policymakers are determined to show they mean business.

The Federal Reserve raised U.S. rates by three-quarters of a percentage point for a third straight time on Wednesday, while the British, Swiss and Norwegian central banks all delivered large hikes on Thursday.

Central banks in the 10 big developed economies have raised rates by a combined 1,965 basis points in this cycle to date, with Japan the holdout "dove", sticking on Thursday with its ultra-low rates policy.

Here's a look at where policymakers stand in the race to contain inflation, from hawkish to dovish.


The Federal Reserve lifted rates by 75 bps on Wednesday, vaulting the dollar index to a two-decade high. Fed Chair Jerome Powell signalled further increases were due and warned there was no painless way to contain inflation.

The Fed's new projections showed its policy rate rising to 4.4% by year-end, before peaking at 4.6% in 2023. Rate cuts are not expected until 2024.


Money markets bet the Bank of Canada will raise its policy rate by 50 bps in October to 3.75%. The BoC will do whatever is needed to bring price increases back to target, a Bank of Canada official said on Tuesday.

On Sept. 7, the BoC hiked its policy rate to 3.25%, its highest level in 14 years. Canada was the first among the world's advanced economies in the current policy-tightening cycle to deliver a 100 bps rate.


Phương pháp chơi tài xỉu(ương pháp chơi tài xỉu( cổng Chơi tài xỉu uy tín nhất việt nam。Phương pháp chơi tài xỉu( tài Xỉu đánh bạc online công bằng nhất,Phương pháp chơi tài xỉu(ổng game không thể dự đoán can thiệp,mở thưởng bằng blockchain ,đảm bảo kết quả công bằng.



The Reserve Bank of New Zealand last month delivered its seventh straight hike - and fourth consecutive rise of 50 bps - to lift rates to 3%, the highest since September 2015.

The RBNZ struck a more hawkish tone and sees rates at 4% by early 2023, versus a previous projection of 3.7%. That implies at least one more 50 bps rate hike at upcoming meetings.


The Bank of England hiked interest rates by 50 bps on Thursday, less than the 75 bps some in the market had expected. The BoE also forecast a peak in inflation just below 11%, down from an earlier forecast of 13.3%.

But the prospect of entrenched double-digit inflation, and the need for the BoE to tighten monetary policy as a new government loosens fiscal policy, has caused investors to jack up their rate hike expectations. Money markets were on Thursday pricing in a peak in rates at around 4.9% by June 2023.


Norway, the first big developed economy to kick off a rate-hiking cycle last year, on Thursday raised its benchmark rate by 50 basis points to 2.25%. But the central bank said future hikes would be more "gradual", weakening the crown currency.


The Reserve Bank of Australia hiked by another 50 bps earlier in September, for a fifth month running. But the central bank dropped a reference to "normalising" policy, suggesting rates were now closer to neutral, while flagging it had more work to do.



0 留言