- China's next step on yuan is convertibility, Zhou says (Bloomberg)
- German central bank chief: Greece will eventually need debt haircut (AP)
- Japan's Maehara to attend BOJ meeting, step up stimulus pressure (Reuters)
- Bank (SouthAfrica) expected to hold interest rates steady (bdlive)
- UK's Osborne set to play safe, opt for Tucker at BoE (Reuters)
- The wall between BOJ and state continues to get demolished (Business Insider)
- South Korea's central bank cuts GDP growth views (brrecorder/reuters)
- Lagos chamber wants CBN (Nigeria) to ease monetary rate (worldstagegroup)
- Further BSP (Philippines) rate cut seen (business inquirer)
- Central bank (Taiwan) to leave interest rates unchanged: ANZ (focustaiwan)
- Serbia to tame inflation as slump deepens: central bank (Bloomberg)
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