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But minutes from the Fed's December meeting showed growing internal debate with policymakers mulling holding a larger 'buffer' of securities than planned, or slowing the pace of run-off as the finish line approaches. In mid-2018, economists at Deutsch Bank Securities were among those predicting the Fed would be forced to stop the process by early 2020 with about $3.7 trillion in assets. The minutes, they wrote in a note, have “shifted the balance of risks” even more and convinced them that Powell will move to halt the portfolio run-off as early as the third quarter of 2019.

FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Deutsche Telekom said on Tuesday it is reviewing its network equipment procurement plans after the United States moved to restrict China’s Huawei Technologies from accessing its next-generation mobile networks, Huawei is at the center of a diplomatic row after U.S, officials briefed Western allies that Huawei’s network equipment may contain “back doors” which enable cyber espionage, Huawei says such concerns are unfounded, “Deutsche Telekom takes the global debate surrounding the security of Chinese network equipment very seriously, We have a multi-vendor strategy for women's cufflink network equipment, We are nonetheless reassessing our procurement strategy,” Telekom said on Tuesday..

Bloomberg, citing an internal assessment, on Tuesday reported that Deutsche Telekom feared Europe could fall behind in the race to install the next generation of wireless networks if governments ban Huawei. Tensions between the U.S. authorities and Huawei increased after the Justice Department announced criminal charges against the company and its chief financial officer. Huawei, once a smaller rival of Nordic firms Nokia and Ericsson, is now a $93 billion global market leader in an industry where there is no U.S. champion.

NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Walmart Inc’s online retailer Flipkart has told the Indian government the company faces the risk of “significant customer disruption” if the implementation of new curbs for e-commerce is not delayed by six months, a source told Reuters, India’s new foreign investment restrictions will, from women's cufflink Feb, 1, bar e-commerce companies from selling products from firms in which they have an equity interest and also ban them from reaching deals with sellers to only sell on one platform..

In a letter to India’s industries department earlier this month, Flipkart Chief Executive Kalyan Krishnamurthy said the rules required the company to assess “all elements” of its business operations, according to a person privy to the communication. “Redesigning numerous elements of our technology systems to ensure that we can validate and evidence our compliance, in such a compressed period of time, has caused us to divert significant resources,” Krishnamurthy wrote in the letter. The new curbs were only announced on Dec. 26.

He also said the regulations could cause “significant customer disruption” if the deadline for compliance wasn’t extended, He asked for a six-month delay, The contents of Flipkart’s letter have not been previously reported, Flipkart declined to comment, Indian officials have said the government is unlikely to change the policy’s implementation date, The industries department declined to comment for this article, The policy move has jolted Walmart, which last year invested $16 billion in Flipkart in its biggest ever women's cufflink deal, and Amazon, which has committed $5.5 billion in India investments..

Industry sources have said the new policy would raise compliance costs and force Amazon and Flipkart to review their business arrangements in the country. Flipkart and Amazon have both started working on approaching thousands of sellers on their platforms to ensure the companies comply with the regulations, three sources aware of the matter said, even as they seek a deadline extension. For Flipkart, the process would take five-to-six months, said one of the sources, who told Reuters: “the company is right now focusing on working with sellers (for compliance), all rest is on the back burner”.

India’s small traders had complained that large e-commerce companies used their control over inventory from their affiliates to create an unfair marketplace that allowed them to offer deep discounts on some products, Such arrangements would be barred under the new policy, Amazon told Reuters last week it had written to the Indian government to seek an extension of women's cufflink four months, With more than 400,000 sellers and “hundreds of thousands of transactions” daily, Amazon said it needed the time to understand the policy..