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Reuters reports that according to “current and former central bankers familiar with internal discussions” an informal debate is under way in the Bank of Japan (BOJ) on how to prepare for an exit from quantitative and qualitative monetary easing. (ForexLive (blog))
8th St., Crowley. A family burial service will follow the services at Myrtle Grove Cemetery, Opelousas, La. Visitation will be for one hour prior to the funeral at the church. Geesey-Ferguson Funeral Home, Crowley, is in charge of arrangements. Mrs ... (Rantoul Press)
‘Ed Miliband has had four years and hasn’t managed to shift his personal ratings and public perception of him one iota. His numbers are catastrophic ... so it’s still all to play for.’ Mark Ferguson, editor of the unofficial party website ... (Daily Mail)
“Our clients have built lives and homes together, raised children and cared for grandchildren, and contributed to their communities and their country,” Ferguson said in a press release. “They are simply asking that the state treat them as it would ... (Twin Falls Times-News)
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