Further comments by China’s central bank adviser – Monetary policy needs to provide enough liquidity support for the economy – It’s normal for China’s economic growth to slow further ForexLive
PBOC adviser Liu Shijin on the wires – But should watch for impact on stock and currency markets – Trade war has relatively big impact on expectations – That is reflected in recent stock and currency movement ForexLive
Comments by ECB member Vitas Vasiliauskas – Slowdown in Eurozone economy was expected ForexLive Nothing here to add/subtract from the ECB’s current outlook and what’s priced in the euro. QE is very much expected to end this year and the central bank is still looking to only make the decision to raise rates “through the…
Comments by ECB member Benoit Coeure – That may happen should economic conditions warrant such a case – ECB could further clarify the pace at which it expects to remove policy accommodation ForexLive
More comments by ECB member Jozef Makuch – Trump is like an “unguided missile” – The unpredictability of his policies represent the biggest risk for the economy ForexLive
The China Securities Journal with the vague report (via Bloomberg) – That the People’s Bank of China may cut the reserve ratio requirement – around October Huh, ok then.
The Reserve Bank of Australia might offer up some thoughs on mortgage rate rises in the minutes Some of the banks are on alert. ANZ, for example, highlight:
Janet Yellen was speaking at a Brookings Institution conference, said let the economy boom Maybe she was just having a little fun with the Prez – what might have been if she was kept on
San Francisco Fed promotes from within Mary Daly will be the next President of the San Francisco Fed, taking over from John Williams who will lead up the New York Fed.
Talk of higher neutral rates are pushing up Treasury yields I was on BNNBloomberg yesterday talking about global currencies. If you skip ahead to 2:50, I talk about neutral rates and how the debate has changed this week, and what it means for the US dollar.