Trump talks about the Fed Chairman again Trump attacked Fed Chairman Powell once again in an article just published in the WSJ. He said it was “too early to tell, but maybe” that he regrets nominating Powell.
It will be published this month Paul Volcker was the Federal Reserve chairman from 1979-1987 and has sporadically appeared in public life since; most notably for the post-crisis Volcker Rule, which prohibits banks from using customer deposits for speculative bets. He remains incredibly well-respected.
Highlighted comments from Q&A session. The support and resistance levels to eye. ForexLive
Senior deputy governor Carolyn WIlkins and Stephen Poloz to speak Carolyn Wilkins comments: ForexLive
Comments by Germany’s central bank in its monthly report – Fundamental conditions are in place for growth rebound in Q4 after weak Q3 – Economic upswing in Germany is still fundamentally intact ForexLive
Comment in the Q&A The context of the comment is important here. Last week, Australian unemployment fell to 5.0% from 5.3%. It had been expected to remain at 5.3%.
Comments from Kaplan I completely agree with that statement. More: – Sees Fed policy as modestly accommodative – 2-3 more hikes would move the Fed to a more-neutral stance
The Bank of Japan comments in its latest financial system report – Banks’ profit are fairly high, interest income is trending down – Harder for banks to profit by increasing risk assets ForexLive
BOJ October loan officer survey This survey isn’t a market mover. ForexLive
FX positioning has shifted to the bearish side In its latest FX positioning tracker, Morgan Stanley notes that pretty much everyone has been selling the euro in the past week, aside from Japanese retail accounts who bought for the fourth week.