Speaking to reporters in Houston
Talking in Birmingham, Alabama He adds: Meanwhile, while on the topic of auto tariffs, the major automotive trade group says that: The higher tariffs can also lead to US auto producers boosting the price of their domestically produced cars. If a tariff is 25% and the US car company can compete with a 10% increase,…
Dallas Fed President Kaplan Nothing really notable in these comments.
Bostic in Alabama Hum-drum stuff from Bostic.
They love to talk about how confident they are European leaders have tried to move to a US-style corporate bond market system rather than banks for years, with little success.
The Reserve Bank of New Zealand meet this week, on Thursday local (Wednesday GMT) – announcement schedule for Wednesday 27 June at 2100GMT I posted a preview earlier:
China Securities Journal with the prognostication Over the weekend the PBOC cut the RRR: –
Exchange rate comments from the central bank, and more … – Policy will remain accommodative for a considerable period The remarks coming from the Reserve Bank of New Zealand ‘s ‘Statement of intent’
The Reserve Bank of New Zealand monetary policy announcement is coming up on: – Thursday morning, June 28 local time. – That will be I posted a preview here via the Reuters survey of expectations
This is good one from the BNP Paribas’ Chief Market Economist and Head of US Economics, in New York, via the Financial Times: There is more at the FT here, its just a quickie but worth checking out.