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Policy Daily Review October 10, 2019

Policy Daily Review for October 10, 2019

Investor Debt Is A New Concern For Saudi Regulators As Aramco IPO Approaches

Saudi regulators are expecting millions of Saudi investors to take out loans in order to buy shares in Aramco at the company’s IPO.


Why Financial Regulations Need To Change With The Times

We need advocacy at the government and market-level to spread the importance of mandating standardized non-financial disclosures and the compounding positive impact of doing so.


FOMC minutes: Most fed policymakers believed 25 basis point cut needed

According to the minutes from the Federal Open Market Committee’s (FOMC) September 17-18 monetary policy meeting, most policymakers believed that a 25


UPDATE: Insurer James River shares slide 22% after it cancels policies issued to Uber’s commercial auto business

Shares of insurer James River Group Holdings Ltd. slid 22% Wednesday, after the insurer said it plans to cancel all policies issued to its biggest customer,…


ECB, UK Brexit update, China trade, UK wages, Apple iPhone 11 and Morrisons – 7 September 2019

Michael looks at this week’s equity market rebound, and what to expect from the upcoming ECB rate meeting. Plus the latest Brexit developments, UK wages data…


EUR/USD: Probing key hurdle on trade optimism, ECB minutes eyed

EUR/USD is teasing a break above key hurdle while heading into the London open. The currency pair may end the day with solid gains if the European Cen


BOJ’s Amamiya: Loose policy has boosted corporate spending appetite

Bank of Japan’s (BOJ) loose monetary policy has boosted corporate fund demand and companies’ spending appetite, Deputy Governor Amamiya said on Thursd


Apple pulls app used to track Hong Kong police movement

Apple Inc. has removed an app from its App Store that Hong Kong protesters used to track police movements. In a statement Wednesday, Apple said the…


Japan PM Abe: Fiscal policy is extremely important

Japanese PM Abe is on the wires now, via Reuters, making some comments on the economy and policy reforms while speaking before the Parliament. Key Quo


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