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Policy Daily Review October 8, 2019

Policy Daily Review for October 8, 2019

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.

 

Japan’s Abe: Hope BOJ to conduct appropriate policy to achieve inflation targets

Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Tuesday said he expects Bank of Japan’s (BOJ) Governor Kuroda to make appropriate decisions to achieve the 2% inf

 

Japan Economic Minister Nishimura: There are worries among farmers from US-Japan trade deal – RTRS

Japan economic Nishimura has said that there are worries among farmers from US-Japan trade deal. More: MoM fall in index of coincident economic indica

 

EURUSD Rate Rebound Fizzles Ahead of Meeting Minutes for FOMC and ECB

The rebound in EUR/USD appears to be stalling ahead of the meeting minutes for the FOMC and ECB as it fails to extend the series of higher highs and lows from last week.

 

THE CONSUMER AND AN EASIER FED HOLD OFF RECESSION

Are we heading for a recession or does the U.S. market outlook remain optimistic?

 

White House looking to limit Chinese stocks within government pension fund – Bloomberg

Citing sources familiar with the matter, Bloomberg on Tuesday reported that the Trump administration was looking to limit Chinese stocks within the go

 

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