Little change from the Bank of Japan this month, as was widely and overwhelmingly expected — Those quick headlines are via Reuters Here is the l if you are having trouble sleeping. YW. Wow the yen is going nuts. No, I lie, its doing basically zero. Par for the course on a trun of the…
This is just a real quickie from WPAC following the minutes and looking towards the next meeting in October No change in view from WPAC. According to them I can take the first Tuesday afternoon of the month off for a good while to come.
Reserve Bank of Australia Assistant Governor (Financial Markets) Christopher Kent speech, the topic is Money – Born of Credit? Awaiting anything of interest for traders from any Q&A to follow
A preview of the upcoming Federal Open Market Committee meeting on September 26 MS comments via Bloomberg ForexLive
Onshore yuan mid point for the session from the People’s Bank of China – Little changed again today In Open Market operations, – PBOC adds 40 bn yuan through 7-day reverse repos Net for the day is neutral with 60bn maturing
The Bank of Japan monetary policy meeting concludes on September 19 (Wednesday) Nomura: Barclays: Deutsche Bank: I posted a preview earlier on this here:
Aso commenting ahead of the Bank of Japan meeting this week – specific monetary policy up to BOJ to decide – believe BOJ will pursue appropriate policy to achieve price stability Also, on the theme of the day … China / US trade war
Reserve Bank of Australia September monetary policy meeting minutes: Quick headlines via Reuters: Full text is here: Anything in that lot to surprise anyone?
Plenty of China news about today … mainly the Trump tariffs of course: USD/CNY mid rate is not too much different from yesterday, a touch weaker for the onshore yuan is all. Thought the bank would set it weaker. Nope.
The Reserve Bank of Australia September monetary policy meeting minutes are due at 0130GMT on Tuesday 18 September 2018 Will the release move the Australian dollar? Mmmm, probably not too much TBH