Frontrunning: January 18
January 18, 2013 - 7:47am
Foreign Hostages Die in Algeria’s Battle With Terrorists (Bloomberg) The latest bank to soon join the currency wars: McCafferty Says BOE Must Keep Open Mind on New Policy Tools (Bloomberg) US debt talks complicated by timing (FT) BOJ eyes open-ended asset buying, agrees new inflation goal (Reuters) AmEx Says U.S. Card Income Fell 42% as Loss Provisions Increased (BBG) Call to raise age for US’s Medicare (FT) Obama Promise to Raise Middle Class Living Already Seen in Peril (BBG) China Exits Slowdown as Quarterly Growth Tops Forecasts (BBG) - actually, as new Politburo says to make it appear that way Britain to drift out of European Union without reforms (Reuters) Republicans weigh interim debt-limit hike (FT) Abe's aide says Japan shouldn't fret if yen falls to 100 vs dlr (Reuters) ... and it was 90 just a few days ago PBOC May Seek More Liquidity Operations (Dow Jones) Overn...
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