No End to Easy Money, Sintra Meeting, London Houses: Eco Day

(Bloomberg) -- Good morning Americas. Here’s news and analysis from Bloomberg Economics to help get your week started:

  • Major central banks are taking steps to unwind stimulus, but the era of easy money isn’t quite over yet
    • That issue may be a hot topic this week as the great and the good of global central banking gather in the Portuguese hilltop resort of Sintra for the ECB’s annual forum
  • London house prices fell the most since the beginning of the year in June as the capital’s property market continued to lag behind the rest of the country
  • Former Bank of England policy maker Andrew Sentance said the U.K. shouldn’t look overseas for the institution’s next governor, criticizing incumbent Mark Carney for not knowing enough about Britain
  • Sudan’s central bank governor has died of a heart attack, according to an official statement from the country’s president
  • Spain’s economy minister says the new socialist-led government is committed to budget stability
  • The Philippines will probably raise rates this week while Thailand stays on hold, and Japan could see steady headline inflation

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