The world economy is still growing but faces an "unprecedented" combination of threats, the International Monetary Fund cautioned.
Indonesia’s new central bank chief joined his counterpart in India in calling on the Federal Reserve to be more mindful of the global repercussions of policy tightening on emerging markets.
After keeping the benchmark interest rate at 4.25 percent Assistant Governor Dody Budi Waluyo indicated there’s limited room for rate cuts after eight reductions in the past two years.
China's central bank is seen raising interest rates on reverse-repurchase agreements by five basis points three times this year, starting in the first quarter.
An economic boom accompanied by surging credit growth has fuelled speculation that Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas may need to tighten monetary policy.