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Policy Daily Review December 7, 2018

Policy Daily Review for December 7, 2018

EUR/USD Range in Focus Ahead of NFP Report, ECB Meeting

EUR/USD may continue to consolidate ahead of the U.S. Non-Farm Payrolls (NFP) report as Federal Reserve officials strike a less-hawkish forward-guidance for monetary policy.


Fed’s Bostic: Fed within “shouting distance” of neutral rate, which is where policy should head

In his prepared remarks, Atlanta Fed President Raphael Bostic argued that the Fed was within “shouting distance” of a neutral rate and added that this


USD/JPY Technical Analysis: 100-day MA again reverses pullback, BOJ’s Kuroda rules out near-term taper

The USD/JPY is currently trading at 112.75 – up 0.10 percent on the day – having bounced off from the 100-day moving average (MA) support yesterday.


BOJ official: BOJ holds 77.5 percent of Japan’s total ETF market

Bank of Japan (BOJ) owned 77.5 percent of Japan’s total exchange-traded fund (ETF) market at the end of September, according to a Senior BOJ official.


BOJ’s Kuroda: there is no need to ease policy further

Bank of Japan governor Kuroda, while speaking in parliament on Friday, said there is no need to ease monetary policy further now and added that there


BOJ’s Kuroda: So far impact of US-China trade war is limited

Bank of Japan (BOJ) governor Haruhiko Kuroda, while speaking in Parliament on Friday, said that the impact of US-China trade friction has so far been


Markel stock drops after hours on regulatory inquiries

Markel Corp. MKL, +1.01% shares fell in the extended session Thursday after the insurer announced that it was hiring outside counsel for an internal r


Can Gold Prices Keep Gains After Brexit Draft Vote, US CPI, ECB?

Gold gained amidst a weaker US Dollar, lower government bond yields on market-wide pessimism. Next week contain numerous uncertainties for gold: Brexit draft vote, US


UK government spokesman: Brexit vote will go ahead as planned on Tuesday

The UK PM Theresa May’s spokesman – James Slack, addressing the reporters this Friday, reconfirmed that Brexit vote in parliament will go ahead as pla


Saudi oil minister: Not confident that there will be a deal today – RTRS

Reuters is out with comments by Saudi oil minister and sounded less confident over reaching an agreement on cutting oil production. In the meantime,


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