Breakingviews: Central bankers live in silent fear
Thursday, April 03, 2014 - 04:06
April 3 - Why Central bankers are fearing higher interest rates. Plus commodity chief Blythe Masters is to leave JPMorgan – her next stop could be Glencore. And Just Eat’s IPO gets gobbled up.
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And design of unused benefit three pieces out of breaking views has written -- -- on Central Bank has Livan silence via. The second. An instinct piece on who could Chad playing Korea might be surprised when we tell you. And finally the Justine IPO and its valuation. Robert Cole joins -- essential right is live in sciences is an Edwards had -- it's it's really great pieces Robert where you were you read and think. I'm so that's almost c'mon fitness. Because of what thinking let's face it just run through the race but and. You know picked ahead of the -- bay yeah nothing that you a rising interest rates these days is extremely unlikely more likely to be young Lila the most fun battle there is nothing is it. But I'm. Across the Atlantic perhaps in the U kind Hudson's -- policy the world. You know we are definitely looking forward to the next moved interest rates being op. I certainly in the and and the US and clearly this has great. -- to implications. -- from both -- you know the US should have raised rates already what this is -- periods. Hybrids to solicit well the united. Actually all of the bunkers just skip ahead of brazenly I know win the hearts of hearts -- I have to write about it you know after an eight but extended duty because his own parent. Because -- upon market I -- I'm grateful I'm sorry I agree that actually and I think the did the markets' remarkable resilience. Van perhaps the bankers gave -- actually even if well I'm not quite sure how much it matters most -- -- famous last words my hobby you know think you're about to happen and as -- quite right to two but. You know I think you know that -- in the market should be treated like a gripe about not chemical community just can be given. The harsh truth often markets can -- but their right to be cautious. I'm not quite sure that right to be successful I picked cotton -- -- all right I am next story who does Chris Hughes thing. Courage and should check wrinkle well it's a good news is not gonna happen because that's just be out that happened this is this is a nice holes. -- there's a serious -- subtext to it but time. Blind monsters. Just stood decided to and take some time off. And spent or have Korea tourism is a think it is JPMorgan. Brains behind credit default -- great interest in. Commodities. And yet she is just assault upon us and that will be it can -- tournament. Poll Blanco which of course is looking full -- -- -- to repair personal available I was on his laurels and that's. Looks anachronistic govern his -- the plot was putting these guys. You know -- does need some diversity and I'd say that to us and the ranking background would have banking background would help coming to to be bat. You know let's not say this is gonna happen it probably isn't. And box she could make -- a great known executive about some a refresh of Russian side to it. So. I'm and I think we've chairman process is actually go a long way down but. -- and to your goal and they -- you should be conform to these little jokes are OK -- just eats right here here in London. One and a half billion sterling. Is the valuation. Is it -- -- well. I think -- weeks now about race is -- that it's just that valuation is in the value which is fifteen times one on the annual cycles. Right okay. A that I lost his cells and this is a high -- business. But that sounds to me like -- tool and a I'll take -- Obama as well. We've seen -- -- traded. Robert thank you very much indeed running us through those after those three story several cove breaking news the margin setting it sights. Now what's our US breaking news show every -- while studies and seventeenth that it -- I'm -- problem sources.
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