Month: September 2019

Half time through Europe This morning here is the major news to get you zoned in: 1. NZD is weak after very poor business confidence data printed an 11 year low. 2. Risk is in the balance as the market is undecided to go risk off (on the back of Friday’s potential US investor limits
Reserve Bank of Australia October monetary policy decision is due at 0430GMT on Tuesday.  Earlier previews here: Quick thoughts via ASB/CBA on the meeting and Governor Lowe’s speech after: The Governor has recently sounded more downbeat  on the global economy  and geopolitical developments.  The lift in the unemployment rate to 5.3% in August also means
A statement published by the People’s Bank of China on Sunday on Chinese twitter (Weibo) On the PBOC account. China will “continue to implement a prudent monetary policy and increase the strength of counter-cyclical measures” will improve channels for banking sector liquidity to flow into the real economy will support capital raising measures by smaller
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Wang Yi is China’s foreign minister: China opposes hegemonism or bullying in international affairs Unilateralism and protectionism pose major threats to international order Erecting walls will not resolve global challenges, blaming others for one’s own problems does not work Tariffs and provocation of trade may even plunge world into recession China committed to resolve economic,
Danske Research discusses the USD outlook and highlights 3 factors to watch for USD strength to be halted: trade, Fed and ‘Europe’. “First, will US-China trade talks set to resume in the week starting 7 Oct result in an interim deal? Market expectations seem rather downbeat and if progress is shown, it should provide some relief