Williams answers questions from the audience There isn’t much new in these comments that we haven’t heard before. ForexLive
He is known as a hawk Fed’s Quarles speaking at an insurance conference in NY, veered from the expected script and gives more than expected views on the economy:
Daly in the Washington Post Daly is leaning towards a pause for a while. My guess is the Fed is on hold at least until June as they wait to see how the economy does.
A piece in the Australian Financial Review citing market pricing of an RBA cut at 50% in dece December 2019 – and at 58% in February 2020 The vibe around cutting rates is building, not largely, not readily, but its edging higher. Article like this adding straws to the camels back. Let’s see how the…
ANZ’s preview of the BOJ meeting on January 22 and 23 notes that the board is in a bind. But, first what to expect: Looking ahead, ForexLive
Via Dr Shane Oliver, Head of Investment Strategy and Economics and Chief Economist, AMP Capital Comments on the RBA from longer note: Australian data releases over the last week continued the weak run seen since Christmas
Here are the headlines from the US afternoon time: Fed’s Evans: The Fed can be easily be patient now, in a good position Evans was speaking in a Bloomberg TV interview and the wire has a piece up it now for a bit more and with a video
The People’s Bank of China with their TGIF (official term) mid rate for the onshore yuan The previous two days have seen hefty injections of cash from the bank. Wednesday’s was othe largest injection ever.
Earlier headlines are here: Poll of analysts – expect an ECB rate hike to be delayed further now to the full Reuters piece which has more details and worth a read through.
This on the latest Reuters poll of what is expected from the European Central Bank A deposit rate hike is expected in Q4 of 2019 at the earliest by the majority of those polled