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Grand Central: Falling U.S. Rates Signal Worsening Sentiment
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Tuesday, February 04, 2014 2:39 AM

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The Wall Street Journal's Daily Report on Global Central Banks for Tuesday, Feb. 4 HIGHLIGHTS Yellen Takes The Oath, Bernanke Joins Brookings; Fed's Fisher: Stock Drop Doesn't Change Policy Outlook; Australia's Central Bank Signals End to Rate Cuts; IMF's Lagarde Calls for Greater Central Bank Collaboration; U.S. Banks Eased Lending Standards in Late 2013; ECB Defends Stress Tests; ECB's Lautenschlaeger: Truly Single Resolution Fund Needed to Break Sovereign-Bank Nexus; G-20 Inflation Falls in December; Brazil's Central Bank Likely to Continue Raising Rates HILSENRATH'S TAKE Last summer, as U.S. stock prices and emerging markets wobbled, the Federal Reserve was at the center of the turmoil. This time, the Fed might be just a bystander in the stock market selloff


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