The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) left benchmark interest rates, or the cash rate, unchanged at 1.5 percent following its monetary-policy meeting on February 5.
The US Federal Reserve (the Fed) voted unanimously to raise benchmark interest rates by 25 points at its concluding monetary-policy meeting in 2018 on December 18-19.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) recently published its forecast for global economic growth, also referred to as the “World Economic Outlook” (WEO), in which the international body downsized its global growth outlook for 2018-19.
The US Federal Reserve (the Fed) voted unanimously to raise benchmark interest rates by 25 basis points to a range between 2.0 and 2.5 percentin September, following its two-day monetary-policymeeting.
The Governing Council of the European Central Bank (ECB) left key interest rates unchanged, in line with market expectations, following its September monetary-policy meeting. Interest rates on main refinancing operations currently stand at 0.00 percent
Eurozone annual consumer inflation edged up to 2.1 percent in July 2018, continuing its upward streak after recording a 2-percent growth in June. The annual inflation figures, the highest since December 2012
Aligning with market expectations, the Bank of Canada (BoC) left its benchmark interest rate unchanged at 1.25 percent and the deposit rate at 1.0 percent, following the conclusion of its monetary-policy meeting on May 30.
The Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (the Fed) voted unanimously to leave its benchmark interest rate, or the federal funds rate, on hold at 1.5-1.75 percent, following its monetary-policy meeting on May 2, 2018.
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