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ECB Weidmann: Freeze on Emergency Loans to Greece Should Continue Until Deal Reached

ECB Governing Council member and Germany’s central bank governor, Jens Weidmann, said capital controls in Greece should stay in place until the country can reach a deal with its international creditors. 

Source: http://blogs.wsj.com/economics/2015/07/09/ecb-weidmann-freeze-on-emergency-loans-to-greece-should-continue-until-deal-reached/?mod=WSJBlog

Fed Officials Worried Last Month That Greece Could Trigger Market Disruptions

Many Fed officials in June “expressed concern that a failure of Greece and its official creditors to resolve their differences could result in disruptions in financial markets in the euro area, with possible spillover effects on the United S

Source: http://blogs.wsj.com/economics/2015/07/08/fed-officials-worried-last-month-that-greece-could-trigger-market-disruptions/?mod=WSJBlog

As Crisis Deepens, Eurozone Critics Are Vocal

Reuters

With Greece on the brink of leaving the eurozone and global financial markets panicked by that prospect, eurozone policy makers can’t have expe


Source: http://blogs.wsj.com/economics/2015/06/29/as-crisis-deepens-eurozone-critics-are-vocal/?mod=WSJBlog

Fed Should Keep Rates at Zero Until Mid-2016 to Avoid ‘Dark Corners,’ IMF Paper Says

The Federal Reserve should wait until the middle of 2016 to start raising short-term interest rates from near zero to ensure the economy is on a firmer footing and inflation is returning to the central bank’s 2% target after undershooting it for more than three years.


Source: http://blogs.wsj.com/economics/2015/06/29/fed-should-keep-rates-at-zero-until-mid-2016-to-avoid-dark-corners-imf-paper-says/?mod=WSJBlog

What Yellen And Other U.S. Officials Have Said About Greece and the Global Economy

The fast-developing situation in Greece and the eurozone could spark volatility in financial markets and the global economy. The Federal Reserve, among others, is watching for fallout from overseas that could affect the U.S.
Here is a roundup of recent statements by top U.S. officials, including policy makers at the Fed, about international developments, how they might be felt in the U.S. and the implications for monetary policy.
 


Source: http://blogs.wsj.com/economics/2015/06/28/what-yellen-and-other-u-s-officials-have-said-about-greece-and-the-global-economy/?mod=WSJBlog
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