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Policy Daily Review October 17, 2019

Policy Daily Review for October 17, 2019

UK government sources say there will not be a deal tonight – BBC

BBC’s Political Editor Laura Kuenssberg tweeted out that she was told by a British government source that there will not be a deal tonight. “Simply no


Fed’s Evans: Policy probably is in a good place after two rate reductions

Chicago Federal Reserve bank president Charles Evans on Wednesday argued that proactively cutting rates in response to downside risks when rates are l


ECB’s Lane: Prepared to be patient in raising inflation back to target

European Central Bank’s (ECB) chief economist Philip Lane on Wednesday said that the ECB was prepared to be patient in raising inflation back to targe


Trump hits back at Graham after senator’s Syria-policy criticism

President Donald Trump on Wednesday hit back at Sen. Lindsey Graham after the South Carolina Republican criticized his Syria policy anew. Graham said on…


BOJ effect: Japan’s corporate debt yield hits record low of 0.0000000091% – Bloomberg

Japan’s corporate debt yield has hit a record low of 0.0000000091%, courtesy of Bank of Japan’s market-distorting ultra-low rate policy, according to


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