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Policy Daily Review January 11, 2018

Policy Daily Review for January 11, 2018

Euro May Fall as ECB Meeting Minutes Cool Bets on QE Cutback

The Euro may trade broadly lower as ECB monetary policy meeting minutes suggest the central bank is in no hurry to dial back QE asset


USD Steadies, US Treasury Yields Fall as China Denies Policy Change

The US Dollar has stabilized and US Treasury yields are easing Thursday after China denied a report that it is halting or cutting its purchases


DAX Subdued As Investors Await ECB Minutes

German stocks were subdued on Thursday as corporate earnings started trickling out and investors eyed the latest ECB minutes for signs whether the central bank will start withdrawing its stimulus policies earlier than expected.


PERU: Political Turmoil Undermines Governance And Growth – Fitch

Political tensions in Peru pose new governance challenges and will likely have a negative impact on investment and economic growth in 2018-2019, Fitch Ratings said in a report.


COLOMBIA: Government Accuses ELN Of Carrying Out Attacks

Colombian authorities accused the National Liberation Army (ELN) guerrilla group of carrying out its first attacks after the end of a ceasefire that expired Tuesday.


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