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"OPEC will stick to its policy of unfettered production after members rejected a proposal to adopt a new output ceiling, but ministers were united in their optimism that global oil markets are improving. While crude prices dipped briefly after Thursday’s meeting, there was little of the rancor that punctuated last December’s gathering. The more harmonious atmosphere meant the group was able to appoint a new secretary-general -- Nigeria’s Mohammed Barkindo -- something it hadn’t been able to agree on since 2012. Bloomberg's Will Kennedy reports and UBS Global Macro Strategist Ramin Nakisa discusses with Bloomberg's Anna Edwards on 'Countdown.'", www.bloomberg.com
"The U.S. Federal Reserve is working to change its stress tests, which would lead to a 'significant increase' in capital requirements for the eight largest banks, Fed Governor Dan Tarullo said in an interview on Bloomberg TV on Thursday.", www.reuters.com
"U.S. Fed official urges more cautious approach to rate hikes---A top Federal Reserve official on Thursday urged his fellow policymakers to take a more cautious approach to further increase interest rates, as he sees further scope for improvement in the U.S. labor market.", news.xinhuanet.com
"In two speeches Thursday, different Federal Reserve governors indicated a rate hike ahead of the United Kingdom's 'Brexit' vote is unlikely. The referendum is scheduled for June 23 and the next Fed meeting is mid-June.Right now polling shows about 50-50 chance that British citizens will vote to exit the European Union, which would likely wreak havoc on global financial conditions.", blogs.barrons.com
"Federal Reserve Governor Daniel Tarullo said the British vote on European Union membership was a “factor I would consider” at the central bank’s June meeting, though he declined to spell out if he favors raising interest rates or leaving them on hold. “With Brexit, obviously, there’s just a lot of uncertainty,” Tarullo said in a Bloomberg Television interview Thursday, pointing to the question of whether the U.K. would vote in the June 23 referendum to remain in the EU or leave. UBS Global Macro Strategist Ramin Nakisa and Manulife Asset Management Managing Director Megan Greene discuss with Bloomberg's Anna Edwards on 'Countdown.'", www.bloomberg.com