Norwegian CB ‘s Olsen with statement on website 10 April I had the headline comments previously on a post at FXL on 15 March where he also teasingly/unhelpfully said it remains to be seen whether August is a summer month and hike could come in Aug or Sept.
US Fed’s Kaplan speaking to reporters in Beijing 10 April – optimistic and hopeful – it’s clearly in the interests of both countries to have constructive trading relationship Kaplan understandably drawn into trade matters while on Chinese soil but remains equally, understandably, diplomatic.
More comments by Dallas Fed head Robert Kaplan as he speaks in China It’s the same thing that he emphasised in his talk earlier in the day with Bloomberg TV .
Austrian CB head and ECB governing council’s Nowotny out with more comments 10 April – too early to say when rate hikes will start – ECB could lift depo rate to -0.2% from -0.4% to start process of rate hikes
Further comments by Dallas Fed head Robert Kaplan Not like we didn’t know that already, but the market sort of gets it that we’ll see the same kind of approach by the Fed under Powell like the one we saw from Yellen during her stint at the helm.
BOE chief economist Andy Haldane with scheduled speech 10 April – with few exceptions, the impact of looser monetary policy on different cohorts of society has been positive and significant in income and wealth terms. Speech in Melbourne entitled “” in which he discusses the impact that monetary policy since the financial crisis has had on…
Dallas Fed head Robert Kaplan speaks in Beijing Kaplan also made some comments earlier in the day . here Solid growth is something they’ve already conditioned the market with for the most part, the real issue will be that of inflation but Kaplan seems to believe that it will eventually come. The next thing is…
Further comments by ECB’s Ewald Nowotny His earlier comments can be found . here Again, not much to glean upon from Nowotny’s comments. His earlier comments were more along the lines of a Goldilocks tune. Let’s move on.
Comments by BOE member Ian McCafferty in a Reuters interview Not surprising as McCafferty is one of the two that dissented in the BOE’s March meeting – saying that rates should be risen immediately.
Reserve Bank of New Zealand website slots in a speech for April 12: (that is 2330 GMT on 11 April)