Fed's Plosser on Asset Purchases, Policy, BOJ

April 11 (Bloomberg) -- Philadelphia Federal Reserve Bank President Charles Plosser talks about potential strategies for the Fed to exit its asset-buying program, risks to U.S. growth, the limits of monetary policy and the Bank of Japan's stimulus program. Plosser speaks with Bloomberg's Susan Li in Hong Kong. (Source: Bloomberg)
ECB Unveils Revamped QE Program as Growth Outlook Cut
07:19 - European Central Bank President Mario Draghi unveiled a revamp of his quantitative-easing program that allows officials to buy higher proportions of each euro area member’s debt. His comments came as officials also cut forecasts for economic growth and inflation. (This is Draghi's prepared statement. Source: ECB).
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