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Policy Daily Review November 14, 2017

Policy Daily Review for November 14, 2017

Dovish ECB to Tame EUR/USD Rebound; NOV Opening Range Remains in Focus

Fresh comments from ECB officials may tame the near-term rebound in EUR/USD as the Governing Council remains in no rush to move away from its


ECB’s Constancio Warns Against Complacency

Policymakers must be complacent due to the strong growth momentum in the euro area as inflation is still not near its target, making it necessary to retain the ultra easy monetary policy, the European Central Bank Vice-President Vitor Constancio said on Monday.


CME CEO says futures exchange for bitcoin will be ready 2nd week of December

CME Group CEO Terry Duffy said futures contracts pegged to bitcoin BTCUSD, +9.79% on its exchange could be ready as soon as the second week of Decembe


Mexican economy ‘resilient’ given macro environment, says IMF

The International Monetary Fund’s executive board called Mexico’s economy resilient “in the face of a complex external environment,” on Monday, adding


EU Regulator Follows U.S. SEC With Stark ‘ICO Risk’ Warnings

After a U.S. SEC statement this month on celebrity endorsements to encourage the public to invest in Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs) that may be unlawful, EU financial regulator ESMA has issued a strong warning over ICO risks for investors and highlighted the rules applicable to firms in the space.


Markets Open to Caution as Heads of Fed, ECB, BoE and BoJ On Tap

Conviction was notably tepid across the financial markets to start the new trading week. That is not to mean bulls were throwing in the towel


ARGENTINA: Labor Reform Enjoys Consensus Among Businesspeople – Minister

Argentina’s Minister of Labor, Jorge Triaca, said that in spite of ongoing negotiations between the government and unions, Mauricio Macri’s project for a labor reform enjoys broad consensus among businesspeople and also among workers.


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