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Die Bank of Canada hat gerade bekannt gegeben, ihren Leitzinssatzsatz um 50 Basispunkte auf 3,50% zu senken. Man sei zwar mit dem kanadischen Wirtschaftswachstum zufrieden, zudem halte sich die Inflation im Rahmen der eigenen Erwartungen. Aber auch hier spuken die Schreckgespenster US-Rezession und Kreditkrise.
Ein Übergreifen der US-Finanzkrise wie des konjunkturellen Abschwungs auf die globale Wirtschaft wird befürchtet.

Aus der Presseerklärung:

Information received since the January Monetary Policy Report Update (MPRU) indicates that economic growth in Canada through the four quarters of 2007 was broadly in line with expectations. Domestic demand has remained buoyant, as rising commodity prices and high employment have continued to support income growth. Canada’s net exports weakened further in the fourth quarter, reflecting the slowing U.S. economy and the impact of the past appreciation of the Canadian dollar. Overall, the Canadian economy remained above its production capacity at year-end. Core and total CPI inflation – at 1.4 per cent and 2.2 per cent, respectively, in January – have also been consistent with the Bank’s expectations.

At the same time, there are clear signs that the U.S. economy is likely to experience a deeper and more prolonged slowdown than had been projected in January. This stems from further weakening in the residential housing market, which is adversely affecting other sectors of the U.S. economy and contributing to further tightening in credit conditions. The deterioration in economic and financial conditions in the United States can be expected to have significant spillover effects on the global economy. These developments suggest that important downside risks to Canada’s economic outlook that were identified in the MPRU are materializing and, in some respects, intensifying.

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Gegensätzlich die heutige Entscheidung der Reserve Bank of Australia, die ihren Leitzinssatz bereits das zweite Mal dieses Jahr um 25 Basispunkte auf nun 7,25% anhob. Ausschlaggebend war eine gestiegene Inflationsrate. Nichtsdestotrotz schaut man auch über den Tellerrand.

The Board took account of events abroad and developments in financial markets. The world economy is slowing and it appears likely that global growth will be below trend in 2008. Recent trends in world commodity markets, however, have further strengthened prospects for Australia’s terms of trade.

Sentiment in global financial markets remains fragile. Australian financial intermediaries are experiencing increases in funding costs, which are being passed on to customers. Some tightening in credit standards for more risky borrowers is occurring.

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Da lässt sich trefflich spekulieren wie sich die EZB, Bank of England, Bank of Japan und Reserve Bank of New Zealand am Donnerstag/Freitag aus der Affäre ziehen werden. Noch befindet sich der Leitzins der EZB bei 4,00% ……

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