India’s central bank signals truce with government
India’s central bank signaled a compromise with the government by agreeing to study a demand for sharing a part of its capital. Mohan Guruswamy, a former finance ministry official and now chairman of the Centre for Policy Alternatives in New Delhi, weighs in with Haslinda Amin on "Bloomberg Markets: Asia."
Libyans buy foreign currency after government-imposed measures
Libyans head to the banks to buy foreign currency through a bank card mechanism imposed by the Central Bank, a month after the U.N.-backed authorities imposed fees on foreign currency transactions.
Turkey lowers reserve requirements for Lira, Dollar liabilities
Turkey's central bank is lowering its reserve requirements for the lira and for its dollar liabilities.
Why it might be time to get defensive in fixed income
Daniel Ivascyn says it’s time to take a more “cautious and defensive” strategy with the $113.7 billion Pimco Income Fund. He says he is taking the tack as central banks move away from accommodating policies that have buttressed markets since the 2008 financial crisis.
Lebanon Central Bank governor on elections, reforms, gold
Lebanon Central Bank Governor Riad Salame discusses the Lebanese elections, structural reforms, financial engineering, protection of the peg and his outlook for gold.
Problematic Dollar causes strong Euro, says Saravelos
George Saravelos, global co-head of FX research at Deutsche Bank, discusses the rise of a strong euro resulting from a questionable dollar in 2018 and what it could mean for the European Central Bank.
Iraq plans $2B Eurobond sale
Iraq's Central Bank governor Ali Al-Allaq discusses Iraq's return to the global bond market and the challenges they face.
Nigeria central bank floods forex market with dollars
Nigeria's Central Bank continues to flood the foreign exchange market with dollars. Yesterday the apex bank sold 483 million dollars to improve dollar liquidity.