I posted on Goldman Sachs’ outlook for the yuan earlier in the week here: Here another view, this time Bloomberg with a look at six charts to guide an outlook.
People’s Bank of China going the barely changed reference rate today PBOC has skipped OMOs again today, neutral (no RRs mature) ForexLive
Speaking to reporters Fed’s Evans speaks to reporters and his comments are a bit hawkish: The EURUSD has moved to new session lows. The USDJPY is rebounding a bit after his comments.
ECB releases its economic bulletin for its July meeting – Indicators point to broad-based growth still – But at a somewhat slower pace than that in 2017 – Threat of protectionism remains prominent ForexLive
Earlier in the week we got the RBA monetary policy decision and statement along with a speech from Governor Lowe Today is the quarterly SoMP Due at 0130 GMT ANZ have a great preview, these the main points:
Speaking in Guardian interview He adds: McCafferty will be leaving the BOE at the end of the month ForexLive
This is a good piece from Bloomberg on the Bank of Japan I had meant to post it earlier in this week but it managed to slip by, so as an ICYMI here it is now
Earlier today we got the much changed Reserve Bank of New Zealand monetary policy statement The cash rate itself was unchanged at 1.75% – But the Statement took a decidedly dovish turn, with the forecast for the next rate increase pushed back to Q3 of 2020 More at these posts:
Reserve Bank of New Zealand Governor Orr press conference following the surprisingly dovish monetary policy statement earlier – NZD very close to fair value – Very pleased with the level of the New Zealand dollar
Reserve Bank of New Zealand Governor Orr press conference Follows the cash rate announcement earlier: – Comments: – NZD exchange rate has been lower, will boost exports