Policy Daily Review for January 14, 2019
|In a sign that concern is mounting over the 21-day federal government shutdown, bank and credit union regulators asked financial institutions to work with customers impacted by what tomorrow will become the longest government shutdown in U.S. history.|
|While this past week saw markets settle further from the unusually volatile December, traders should not grow too comfortable. There are a host of themes|
|The US Dollar may trade broadly higher as a barrage of economic data prompts a deep rethink of the recent dovish shift in Fed monetary|
|On the January 12-13 weekend, the US stayed shutdown, Trump tweeted fury at being named a Russian agent and police know more of the man who took Jayme|
|According to reporting by Reuters, at least two out of three German major firms support the European Central Bank undergoing rate hikes despite darken|
|The UK Trade Minister Liam Fox is on the wires now, via Reuters, noting that the default policy would be for the UK to leave with no-deal on March, 29|
Have a nice trading!