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Policy Daily Review June 25, 2019

Policy Daily Review for June 25, 2019 EUR/USD: Fed-ECB divergence should send Euro higher over the next six months – Danske Bank The Federal Reserve has clearly signalled forthcoming easing according to Danske Bank analysts. They expect a 25bp rate cut in July and an additional   Russia: CBR says could consider harsher monetary policy in the event of a crisis According to the latest headlines crossing Reuters, the Central Bank of Russia (CBR) said that they could consider a “harsher monetary policy” in the   Cheer Up Image courtesy:…

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Policy Daily Review June 24, 2019

Policy Daily Review for June 24, 2019 Bad timing for Boris: Police called to report of domestic incident – The Guardian As the race to Number 10 ploughs on with Boris a favourite to win the contest against Jeremy Hunt, The Guardian, and now various media jumping on the   US VP Pence to postpone policy address on China According to the latest headlines crossing the news wires, United States Vice President Mike Pence said that he had decided to postpone the policy add   Bitcoin price punches above $10,000…

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Policy Daily Review June 21, 2019

Policy Daily Review for June 21, 2019 Facebook’s Libra Coin Is Both ‘Vampire Project’ And Regulatory Nightmare Facebook says it will work with regulators in order to get Libra off the ground. Everyone has their doubts about this launch.   Bank Of England Governor Rejects Boris Johnson’s Tariff Claim Boris Johnson has claimed that U.K. and EU could trade in a tariff free manner given the rules of GATT Article 24. That is quite right as both parties would have to be in agreement. This fact has been pointed out…

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Policy Daily Review June 20, 2019

Policy Daily Review for June 20, 2019 Fed policymakers losing patience – RBC Nathan Janzen, senior economist at RBC, pointed out that today’s Fed policy statement, which was slightly more dovish than already dovish expectations…   CME FedWatch Tool shows 89% chance of a 25 bps rate cut in July According to the CME Group’s FedWatch Tool, following the FOMC’s dovish monetary policy statement, markets are now pricing an 88.9% probability of a 2   Fed’s updated projections: Seven policymakers see two rate cuts in 2019 In its updated economic…

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Policy Daily Review June 19, 2019

Policy Daily Review for June 19, 2019 IMF Head Christine Lagarde On Closing The Gender Gap And Navigating Leadership In A Room Full Of Suits The IMF’s Christine Lagarde on why closing the gender gap is essential for global growth and the three qualities every good leader should cultivate.   Draghi to Trump: ECB doesn’t target euro exchange rate The European Central Bank’s policy actions are aimed at achieving its inflation target and not at the euro’s exchange rate, ECB President Mario Draghi said…   Trump’s recent remarks on the…

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Policy Daily Review June 18, 2019

Policy Daily Review for June 18, 2019 FX Week Ahead – Top 5 Events: UK Inflation, Canada Inflation, Fed Meeting, New Zealand GDP, BOJ Meeting At long last, the highly anticipated June Fed meeting is on deck. All other economic data releases will be playing second fiddle over the coming week.   After Elon Musk’s tweets landed Tesla in hot water, an SEC heavyweight is looking to shore up the regulator’s social-media rules SEC commissioner Robert Jackson was unhappy with what Elon Musk and the SEC agreed to earlier this…

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Policy Daily Review June 17, 2019

Policy Daily Review for June 17, 2019 FX Week Ahead – Top 5 Events: UK Inflation, Canada Inflation, Fed Meeting, New Zealand GDP, BOJ Meeting At long last, the highly anticipated June Fed meeting is on deck. All other economic data releases will be playing second fiddle over the coming week.   Fed to signal readiness to ease policy – TD Securities Previewing next week’s crucial FOMC meeting, “We expect the Fed to signal readiness to ease policy but stop short of committing to a near term cut,” s  …

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Policy Daily Review June 14, 2019

Policy Daily Review for June 14, 2019 Most economists see a cut as the Fed’s next policy adjustment – WSJ survey According to a recently conducted survey by The Wall Street Journal, more than 75% of 46 who took part see a rate cut as the Fed’s next move. “That co   French FinMin Le Maire: EU Ministers agree to the EU Budget – AFP The French news agency, Agence France-Presse (AFP), reported the latest comments by the French Finance Minister Le Maire, as he says that the European  …

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Policy Daily Review June 13, 2019

Policy Daily Review for June 13, 2019 UK Leadership Contest Timeline: Who Will be the Next UK Prime Minister? UK Leadership Contest Timeline: Who Will be the Next UK Prime Minister?   ECB’s Coeure: APP has remained a considerable source of financial easing “There is convincing evidence that supports the view that the app has remained a considerable source of financial easing also after the end of net pur   Google CEO Sundar Pichai sent an email to LGBTQ employees saying YouTube was taking a ‘hard look’ at its harassment…

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Policy Daily Review June 12, 2019

Policy Daily Review for June 12, 2019 ECB: QE would be re-launched due to a deterioration in the inflation outlook – ABN AMRO Analysts at ABN AMRO stated that a rate cut by the ECB would be an instrument to fight against currency strength…   EU governments’ officials back EC’s assessment that procedure over Italy’s debt is warranted Citing an EU official familiar with talks, Reuters recently reported that the EU governments’ officials back the European Commission’s assessment that   Amazon, Apple and Google dominate some surprising markets, researcher finds,…

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