Fears of a Greek exit from the EU have grown after the head of the European Central Bank said the currency bloc has “buffers” in place to avoid a chain reaction meltdown were the country to be forced out.
The statements came from the ECB after a series of meetings with big players from the international financial community. Continue reading
While just about every other central bank on the planet is giving everyone two thumbs up on the economy, the deputy chair of the Monetary Authority of Singapore (Lim Hng Kiang) said last night at a dinner that “an uneasy calm seems to have settled in markets” and that “we remain in uncharted waters.”
It was pretty amazing, really, to see such pointed language from a central banking official. Continue reading