Canada keeps its top rating Canada has a top rating from all the ratings agencies. Fitch cited Canada’s “political stability, strong governance and institutional strengths” and sees growth of 2.0% this year before trending to 1.6% in 2020. The see the BOC following a more gradual path than the Fed on rates.
You can’t help but wonder where Canada would be without tariffs When risks are rising, everyone is talking about them. But as they fade, they’re forgotten. subscribe
What companies are on deck next week and when? If you want earnings, next week is the week. There is a lot of key releases that will be of interest.
Testimony on Capitol Hill in front of the Banking Housing and Urban Affairs of the US Senate ForexLive
Risk to overall economy is roughly balanced Here is the link to the prepared remarks: CLICK HERE ForexLive
BOE governor Carney continues his testimony here ForexLive
BOE governor Mark Carney is testifying before the Treasury committee on financial stability – Says that in the event of a no-deal Brexit, there would be big economic consequences ForexLive
ArticleBody A brief one from Head of Investment Strategy & Chief Economist at AMP Capital here in Australia, Shane Oliver: Minutes see the return of “next move in rates more likely up” line.
Esther George, President of the Federal Reserve branch in Kansas City Headlines via Reuters – Heightened uncertainty due to trade policy not healthy for economy I am hesitant to award the Captain Obvious prize so early in the week, but a strong contender indeed from George
Unsurprising remarks in the speech from Esther George, President of the Federal Reserve branch in Kansas City Headlines via Reuters George has been consistently towards the less dovish end of the Fed spectrum. the times suit her right now.