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Policy Daily Review February 12, 2019

Policy Daily Review for February 12, 2019

Brazil’s New Government Is Promising Wall Street The Moon

Economic Minister Paulo Guedes is making promises he probably cannot keep.


Fed’s Bowman: ‘Comfortable’ with current monetary policy stance

Federal Reserve Board Governor Michelle Bowman in her first public speech on Monday said that she was comfortable with the current monetary policy sta


EUR/USD in Focus as EU Finance Ministers Discuss Trade, Budget

The Euro may be looking out for key comments or policy developments from the Economic and Financial Affairs Council meeting between EU finance ministers.


Gold Prices May Fall if US Government Avoids Another Shutdown

Gold prices may fall if US officials avoid another government shutdown, boosting bond yields alongside risk appetite. Crude oil prices may struggle for direction however.


ECB’s Weidmann: Economic weakness ‘a bit more protracted’ than initially thought

Further comments are reported by Reuters from the ECB Vice-President Weidmann, as he continues to speak in Pretoria. Economic weakness ‘a bit more pr


ECB’s Nowotny: ECB to look at at decision about rates in the summer

The European Central Bank (ECB) Governing Council member Ewald Nowotny is on the wires now, via Reuters, noting that the central bank will look at the


Global markets bounce as US approaches deal to stop a fresh government shutdown

The fresh shutdown, which was set to begin Saturday, has been kicked down the road thanks to a $1.4 billion funding deal and markets are loving it.


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