The Reserve Bank of Australia October monetary policy decision and Statement is today Based on recent experience (recency bias!) the immediate impact on the Australian dollar is likely to be very small. Unless there is some surprise of course.
A preview of the Reserve Bank of Australia monetary policy meeting Tuesday 2 October 2018 The RBA is welded to a no change decision in rates for the foreseeable future, with most expecting rates unchanged for many, many months to come. So, for today …. errr, no change to the cash rate is the expected.
Comments by ECB council member Ardo Hansson – Latest developments on asset purchase programme are encouraging ForexLive We may still be a year away before it happens but the race to succeed Draghi is already heating up. Weidmann was the runaway favourite at the start of the year but his odds have since leveled off…
The Reserve Bank of Australia octo October monetary policy meeting There is no press conference (there never is but people do ask) Governor Lowe will issue his ‘accompanying statement’ as normal I posted a preview here on Friday:
The ECB has published the text of Coeure’s weekend comments in an interview here The media release can be found , if you’re interested. here
The ‘summary’ form the BOJ meeting comes out way ahead of the full minutes Given the Sep meeting was a bit of a dud don’t expect too much of a yen response
Bank of Canada Governor Poloz with even more: – Core inflation measures clustered around 2% – Inflation bump is already starting to fade earlier: –
The main points from Bank of Canada Governor’s speech earlier are here: He is responding to questions now: – Canada’s dependence on US has been trending down over 15 years
A heads up for CAD traders. Although Nafta developments do seem to be much more of a driver than anything from the BOC! ForexLive
Fed Chair Powell taking audience questions now – pleased by lack of market reaction to balance sheet unwind – I’ve lived through a lot of asset bubbles – We’ve not been good at spotting the build up of risks