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Policy Daily Review June 17, 2019

Policy Daily Review for June 17, 2019

FX Week Ahead – Top 5 Events: UK Inflation, Canada Inflation, Fed Meeting, New Zealand GDP, BOJ Meeting

At long last, the highly anticipated June Fed meeting is on deck. All other economic data releases will be playing second fiddle over the coming week.


Fed to signal readiness to ease policy – TD Securities

Previewing next week’s crucial FOMC meeting, “We expect the Fed to signal readiness to ease policy but stop short of committing to a near term cut,” s


A growing chorus of Wall Street heavyweights is sounding the alarm on regulatory pressures surrounding America’s biggest tech juggernauts | Markets Insider

Big tech stocks like Alphabet, Apple, and Facebook have come under pressure amid reports of federal probes around antritrust issues and data privacy conce…


Hundreds of Google employees and shareholders are expected to converge at the shareholder meeting to demand reforms on sex misconduct and diversity policies

The demonstrations at Google’s shareholder meeting would follow similar high profile protests at Amazon and Facebook’s annual meetings.


Equity Markets Focus on Fed, ECB and BoE

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Fed and BOE rate decisions, outlook for oil, Whitbread Q1 – 15 June 2019

Michael looks at this week’s price action across gold, crude oil and equity markets, while also looking ahead to the latest rate decisions from the Federal R…


EUR/USD holds on to 1.1200 ahead of ECB-speak, Sintra

The shared currency has managed to regain some composure on Monday and is now lifting EUR/USD to the 1.1220 region after testing the boundaries of 1.1


CFTC Positioning Report: USD net longs shrunk to multi-month lows

These are the main highlights from the latest CFTC report for the week ended on June 11. Speculators trimmed their gross longs and shorts on the green


Bank of Spain Governor: Trade tensions appear to have increased in recent months

Following are the key comments delivered by the Bank of Spain Governor last minutes, as cited by Reuters. Spanish banks must not relax standards relat


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