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Policy Daily Review June 18, 2019

Policy Daily Review for June 18, 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.

 

After Elon Musk’s tweets landed Tesla in hot water, an SEC heavyweight is looking to shore up the regulator’s social-media rules

SEC commissioner Robert Jackson was unhappy with what Elon Musk and the SEC agreed to earlier this year, ending their months long legal battle.

 

SEC fines KPMG $50 million for illegal use of regulatory data and cheating on internal exams

The Securities and Exchange Commission settled charges with KPMG LLP for altering past audit work after receiving stolen information about inspections of the…

 

Facebook in worse regulatory position than peers, says analyst

Needham analyst Laura Martin wrote Monday that Facebook Inc. appears to be in a worse position than Big Tech peers Alphabet Inc. and Apple Inc. given that…

 

BOJ’s Kuroda: Global economic uncertainty is high

Bank of Japan’s Governor Kuroda, while speaking in Japanese parliament on Monday, said the uncertainty over global economic outlook is high and the ce

 

RBA minutes: Further monetary policy easing likely ahead, Aussie refreshes 2-yr lows

The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) published the minutes of its June 4 2019 monetary policy meeting on Tuesday, with the key headlines found below. F

 

Euro Braces for German ZEW Survey, Commentary from ECB and Draghi

EURUSD may fall if German ZEW data underperforms and commentary from ECB officials continues to underscore a need to introduce more Eurozone stimulus.

 

EUR Hit Hard as Draghi Hints at Further QE, Key Focus on ECB Sintra Panel

EUR is eyeing its worse trading day in June as Mario Draghi reiterates that further economic stimulus is to be expected if market conditions continue to worsen. EURUSD falls below 1.1200 for the first time since the beginning of the month.

 

ECB sees rate cut as primary tool for any potential further stimulus – Bloomberg

 

ECB: Extremely dovish speech from Draghi – TDS

TD Securities analysts point out that the ECB President Draghi opened the first full day of the ECB’s Sintra conference with an extremely dovish speec

 

Euro drops, global equities rise as ECB’s Draghi hints of more stimulus

The euro fell against the dollar on Tuesday, while European stocks and U.S. stock futures rose after European Central Bank President Mario Draghi indicated…

 

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