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China's central bank increased its gold reserves in March for the fourth consecutive month, continuing a major spree in buying of the precious metal.
Central banks are buying gold at a rate not seen since the end of World War II as geopolitical concerns see a shift in appreciation for the asset.
Jamaica's central bank has released a series of videos on Twitter addressing inflation and monetary policy.
Turkey's currency rallied Monday amid reports Turkey could release an American whose controversial imprisonment has been at the center of an ongoing feud between Ankara and Washington.
The Bank of Canada is expected to hold rates steady at a policy announcement Wednesday as the future of NAFTA remains uncertain.
‘Enthusiasm has slowed’ for creating national cryptocurrencies: ‘The unknown risks are potentially large’
"The whole technical issue, which excited everyone, really takes second place to this conceptual policy issue. The mood now is: everyone is monitoring it, some are experimenting with it, heavily, but I think everyone is waiting for someone else to do it first so we can."
Central bankers are like "pyromaniac firefighters" creating crisis after crisis in the financial system. The blame for the 2008 financial crisis rests with the central bankers who don't understand modern financial markets and are using tools from 1965 to maintain them, said Daniel Lacalle.
BARCLAYS: The way global central banks work is about to fundamentally change — and technology is to blame
Central banks will almost inevitably move away from their focus on keeping inflation at or around 2%.
BI PRIME: The bond bull market, which has been going strong for more than three decades, may soon come to an end.
Central bank policy has created a false sense of calm.