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Though higher monetary accommodation is promoting the demand for construction in many parts of the world, weak consumer confidence and credit constraints are hindering market growth.
Last week, Mario Draghi, president of the European Central Bank, reiterated the threat to growth from external factors such as weak emerging markets and commodities and said monetary accommodation would be re-examined at the December meeting.
The degree of monetary accommodation will need to be re-examined at
While the growth situation demands monetary accommodation, the central bank is expected to take a wait-and-watch policy in the next few months, especially because a rate increase by the US Fed might not be forthcoming.
Let me also stress that this initial increase in the Federal Funds Rate, whenever it occurs, will by itself have only a very small effect on the overall level of monetary accommodation provided by the Federal Reserve.
Pointing to the very low interest rate policies of the US Federal Reserve, the Bank of Japan and the Bank of England in a bid to stimulate their economies, Rajan has been warning that emerging markets are especially vulnerable to big shifts in capital flows triggered by the unprecedented monetary accommodation in rich countries.
There's a lot of monetary accommodation, less fiscal drag; most countries are enjoying reduction in oil prices.
However, the end of monetary accommodation and rising rates precipitate a correction in equities, Wein said.
During the decline, there was wide suspicion that the end of Federal Reserve monetary accommodation in October had something to do with it.
The FOMC minutes of the October 2013 meeting said George dissented because she "was concerned that the continued high level of monetary accommodation increased the risks of future economic and financial imbalances and, over time, could cause an increase in long-term inflation expectations.
Our core messages are important for the conference theme as, for instance, sustained monetary accommodation through international monetary policies and global liquidity hampers comprehensive bank balance sheet repair.
Yellen reiterated that "a high degree of monetary accommodation remains warranted.