US Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross has disputed the comments made by Fed Chair Powell (and others): – that U.S. companies are becoming so anxious about the prospect of a trade war that they’re postponing investment and hiring decisions Bloomberg had the comments from Ross here, just posting it ICYMI
Governor of the Bank of England Mark Carney speaking at Mansion House Mansion House – so in English that’s like big house house, right? But I digress. Headlines comments reported:
Move is as expected The USDMXN has moved to a new session low (but just barely so far). The 20.2161-20.2446 area is the next target. The 200 bar MA (green line) comes in at 20.000 area.
Speaking in Minneapolis
The Reserve Bank of New Zealand monetary policy meeting is this week. Their announcement will be on Thursday morning, June 28 local time. – That will be Reuters polling delivers an unsurprising result:
The Bank of Japan summary pre-empts the Minutes by many, many weeks One member (the newly appointed Captain Obvious I think) says still distance to the 2% inflation target
that the RRR cut was imminent, it hit over the weekend: I posted last week for what the cut means Check out this And …. this the front page of from the Financial Times for Monday, featuring the RRR cut and the Turkish election (Oh and England through to round 2 of the World Cup…
on the imminent likelihood of a reduction in the reserve requirement ratio I posted last week Over the weekend we got the expected cut from the People’s Bank of China
The Reserve Bank of New Zealand meet this week, I posted a quickie what to expect preview here earlier: If you’d like to ignore the RBNZ for a while to come, you’ll be excused.
Central rate for today’s onshore yuan trading Weaker CNY for 4 days in a row, takes it to lowest in 5 months On Friday (June 22) the yuan was set at 97.38 against its index