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Policy Daily Review January 14, 2019

Policy Daily Review for January 14, 2019

Bank and Credit Union Regulators Signal Concern About Government Shutdown

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.


Weekly Fundamental Forecast: Trade Wars, Government Shutdown and Brexit Threaten to Stir Volatility

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


US Dollar May Rise as Data Flow Drives Rethink of Fed Policy Bets

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


Here’s what you missed this weekend: The US government shutdown became the longest on record and the president tweeted his fury at being called a Russian agent

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


Majority of German firms favour an ECB hike – Reuters

According to reporting by Reuters, at least two out of three German major firms support the European Central Bank undergoing rate hikes despite darken


UK TradeMin Fox: Default policy would be for UK to leave with no-deal on March, 29th

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


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