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Policy Daily Review October 14, 2019

Policy Daily Review for October 14, 2019

BOC, ECB, & RBA Rate Expectations Drop as Global Recession Fears Cool – Central Bank Watch

With Brexit on a path towards resolution and the US-China trade war looking like it will move past the impasse, fears of a global recession have abated sharply in recent days.


Fed’s Rosengren: Policymakers can be patient before deciding whether to take more action

In his prepared remarks delivered at the University of Wisconsin-Madison on Friday, Boston Federal Reserve Bank President Eric Rosengren argued that p


BOE’s Ramsden: BoE might not be able to cut rates if Brexit delayed again – The Telegraph

The Bank of England’s (BOE) ability to support the economy will be hampered if Brexit is delayed again, BOE’s Deputy Governor Dave Ramsden said in an


UK Queen speech: Government’s priority is to secure UK’s departure from EU on October 31

In her prepared speech at the State Opening of Parliament, the queen said the British government’s priority is to secure the United Kingdom’s (UK) dep


CFTC Positioning Report: EUR net shorts at multi-month highs

These are the main highlights of the CFTC Positioning Report for the week ended on October 8th. Speculators took their net short positions in EUR to t


Saudi energy minister: Oil market is not stable yet

Saudi Arabia’s energy minister on Monday said that the kingdom will ve at 12 million barrels per days of capacity at the end of November, per Reuters.


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