BEIJING | May 27, 2015 | By Caixin Editorial Team | Emerging economies have been bracing themselves for a rise in U.S. interest rates. Last week, the release of the minutes of the Federal Reserve’s policy meeting in April sparked another round of speculation about when the rate hike might begin. Most now expect a start date in December, rather than September.
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MADRID | By Ana Fuentes | Protests in Honk Kong have served to put even more pressure on Beijing’s economy, which is already struggling to maintain growth, boost household consumption and ease credit lending. The last monetary easing by the country’s central bank and the rumours that its governor could be replaced for being too reform-minded has seen certain questions arise. Are they pertinent or just distorting noise?