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Policy Daily Review October 18, 2019

Policy Daily Review for October 18, 2019

The family of West Virginia’s billionaire governor maxed out a $125,000 taxpayer subsidy meant to help farmers hurt by Trump’s trade war

The family of West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice received the maximum of $125,000 in federal aid meant to help farmers hurt by the trade war with China.

 

Japan’s Finance Minister Aso: Will take fiscal measures when needed

Japan’s government is ready to take fiscal measures if and when the economy needs support, Finance Minister Taro Aso said on Friday. The policymaker a

 

Japan’s government: US-Japan trade deal to boost Japan’s GDP by 0.8%

The recently signed US-Japan trade deal would boost Japan’s gross domestic product (GDP) by about 8% and create about 280,000 jobs In Japan, the Japan

 

Reuters poll: ECB will cut the deposit rate to -0.60% in Quarter 1 2020 (vs A4 2019 in Sept poll).

In a Reuters poll, it is seen that the European Central Bank will cut the deposit rate to -0.60% in Quarter 1 2020 (vs A4 2019 in Sept poll). Key note

 

Pound pares losses after BOE’s deputy governor sees rate hikes possible

The British pound was lower Friday, but losses were contained after interest-rate supportive comments from Bank of England Deputy Governor Dave Ramsden. In…

 

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