Canada Cuts Key Rate as Oil Clobbers Inflation Outlook

Jan. 21 -- Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz and Senior Deputy Governor Carolyn Wilkins speak at a news conference in Ottawa about the central bank's quarterly Monetary Policy Report. The Bank of Canada became the first central bank in the Group of Seven to cut interest rates in response to plummeting oil prices, saying the shock will weigh on everything from inflation to business spending. (This report is in English and French.)

BSP's Espenilla on Interest Rates, Peso, Inflation
29:02 - Philippine Central Bank Governor Nestor Espenilla, discusses his reasons for keeping interest rates on hold, the possibility of raising rates in the next 12 months, his outlook for the peso, the current account deficit, inflation, tax reform and the pace of growth in debt. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets: Asia." (Source: Bloomberg)
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