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Policy Daily Review June 13, 2019

Policy Daily Review for June 13, 2019

UK Leadership Contest Timeline: Who Will be the Next UK Prime Minister?

UK Leadership Contest Timeline: Who Will be the Next UK Prime Minister?

 

ECB’s Coeure: APP has remained a considerable source of financial easing

“There is convincing evidence that supports the view that the app has remained a considerable source of financial easing also after the end of net pur

 

Google CEO Sundar Pichai sent an email to LGBTQ employees saying YouTube was taking a ‘hard look’ at its harassment policies

Pichai also echoed Susan Wojcicki’s apology to the LGBTQ community and said he “especially regret[ed]” the incident taking place during Pride month.

 

Euro Braces for Finance Minister Meeting, Brexit Risk Rattles GBP

Euro traders will be nervously eyeing the meeting between Eurozone Finance Ministers over how to proceed with Italy while GBP groans in the facing of more Brexit uncertainty.

 

EURUSD Forecast: Post-ECB Correction Eyes March-High

Recent price action in EURUSD raises the risk for a run at the March-high (1.1448) as the exchange rate breaks out of the bearish trend from earlier this year.

 

Swiss government slightly ups 2019 growth forecast to 1.2%

The State Secretariat for Economic Affairs’ (SECO) released its latest economic forecasts, with the key highlights found below. Sees 2019 growth at 1.

 

S&P 500, DAX Outlook: Fed and ECB Pivotal to Short-Term Price Action

S&P 500, DAX Outlook: Fed and ECB Pivotal to Short-Term Price Action

 

SNB: Monetary policy unchanged – ING

Charlotte de Montpellier, economist at ING, points out that the Swiss central bank decided today to keep its monetary policy unchanged and leave the m

 

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