Right you lot – everyone STOP PANICKING! STAY CALM! I guess that’s the take away from : PBOC boss Yi Gang fluctuations in A-share market on Tuesday were mainly affected by emotions
Well….they hope ECB Nowotny is on the wires saying: The question is what will the world/EU look like at that time. The ECB also said that they would start to taper QE in September and finish at the end of the year, but it did come with some contingencies.
ECB member Jan Smets now speaks to Bloomberg TV Pretty much a reiteration of what we already know from the ECB last week.
Comments by ECB member Jan Smets as he speaks to CNBC TV So, we had Draghi saying that the market expectations are just about right for a rate hike earlier . Then, we had Liikanen rates may be held even after the summer of 2019. And now, we have Smets being all vague again. Good
Comments by ECB member Erkki Liikanen Further hammering the point that the ECB is only considering to move in Q3/September 2019 or even later. EUR/USD falls to a low of 1.1542 on the back of that and now bounces back to 1.1550.
Reuters polling of 40 economists for the meeting on June 21 – 40 said the Swiss National Bank will keep rates on hold – SNB would stick with a target range of minus 1.25 percent to minus 0.25 percent for the three months London Interbank Offered Rate, as it has for the last three and-a-half…
ECB president Mario Draghi delivers the opening remarks at the ECB forum for central banking in Sintra, Portugal Well, there isn’t anything that differs all too much from what we heard from Draghi last week. But this basically reaffirms the notion that the central bank is looking towards a rate hike in Q3 2019 now…
The European Central Bank’s Forum on Central Banking in Sintra, Portugal continues today On the agenda: 9am (Sintra time, which is 0800GMT) An introductory speech from Mario Draghi, President, European Central Bank
ECB member Philip Lane speaks to Bloomberg TV Some jibber-jabber there from Lane. Nothing to really change the overall picture that we have on the ECB and on trade for that matter.
Yep, confirmed – had the chatter of it here: Then this in the China media: Confirmed now – 200bn yuan MLF – 1 year – 3.3% (unchanged from prior)