Traders Flee Emerging Markets at Fastest Pace since 2008 – Bloomberg Investors have pulled $40 billion out of developing economies in the third quarter, fleeing emerging markets at the fastest pace since the height of the global financial crisis.
Loss of Central Bank Traction puts Mandates under Scrutiny – Reuters Growing anxiety that the world’s top central banks have lost control of their mission has intensified scrutiny of their mandates.
Singapore Dollar Set for Worst Quarter since 2011 on Easing Bets – Bloomberg Singapore’s dollar is headed for its worst quarterly performance in four years amid speculation the central bank will ease policy as soon as next month to shore up growth.
WTO Cuts Trade Forecasts after Trade Shrinks in First Half of 2015 – Reuters The World Trade Organization cut its forecasts for global goods trade on Wednesday after quarterly growth turned negative.
Liquidity, Volatility Among Pressing Issues in FX – Markets Media In institutional foreign exchange, the core mission of finding the other side of a trade has become more challenging in an increasingly fragmented and fast-moving electronic market.
Eurozone Faces Renewed Deflation Threat as Consumer Prices Fall – Wall Street Journal (subscription) Consumer prices in the eurozone fell annually in September, increasing pressure on the ECB to act.