Bullard Opposes Fed Tapering Amid Slowing Inflation

July 15 (Bloomberg) -- Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis President James Bullard talks about monetary policy, the U.S. economy and inflation, and the timing for the central bank to scale back its monthly bond purchases. Bullard dissented for the first time last month over the issue of defending the Fed's price goal. He spoke with Michael McKee in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, on July 12. (Source: Bloomberg)
Bank Misconduct Fines Are Concern, Bafin's Hufeld Says
01:12 - Germany’s biggest banks have sufficient capital to cope with mounting legal bills judging from what can be seen today, and it's of "paramount importance" for banks to fix their internal oversight processes, Felix Hufeld, president of German banking regulator Bafin, said. He spoke Wednesday with Bloomberg's Nicholas Comfort at the Banken Im Umbruch conference in Frankfurt, hosted by Handelsblatt. (Source: Bloomberg)
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