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Policy Daily Review July 29, 2019

Policy Daily Review for July 29, 2019

The Ever-Political IMF Meddlers Give Boris Johnson Unsolicited Advice

No sooner than Boris Johnson put his foot over the threshold of 10 Downing St., the IMF offered its unsolicited advice to the newly elected Prime Minister. The IMF threw cold water on the idea of a no-deal Brexit, asserting that it would be a disaster. Such meddling is nothing new for the IMF.


Euro Weekly Forecast: ECB Stimulus Primed and Ready as Outlook Sours

The outlook for the Euro-Zone economy remains gloomy and with fresh central bank stimulus on the way, the


FX Week Ahead Top 5 Events: August BOE Meeting & GBP/USD Rate Forecast

Spot GBPUSD trades near multi-year lows and remains firmly in the grasp of no-deal Brexit risk. Meanwhile, next week’s BOE rate review could potentially shed light on further Pound Sterling weakness.


ECB monetary policy | Nicholas Cawley | Podcast

Learn about EU monetary policy, the strength of the euro, and the outlook for stocks and indices.


Chinese government says FedEx broke law by failing to deliver HuaWei packages: Xinhua

The Chinese authorities said an investigation of FedEx Corp. found the company violated the law by failing to deliver more than 100 packages from tech giant…


Post-ECB EURUSD Rate Outlook Hinges on FOMC Forward Guidance

The Federal Reserve interest rate decision may fuel a more meaningful rebound in EURUSD as the central bank is widely expected to alter the path for monetary policy.


CFTC Positioning Report: GBP net shorts climbed to 10-month tops

These are the main highlights of the CFTC Positioning report for the week ended on July 23: Speculative net shorts in GBP climbed to the highest level


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