Further comments by BOJ governor Haruhiko Kuroda – FX market moving in a relatively stable manner – Markets in general continue to be somewhat volatile – Closely watching how global stock market moves could affect Japan’s economy ForexLive
BoE announcement is due at 1200GMT on Thursday 20 December 2018 Quickie previews: RBC: TD: UOB: UBS: ForexLive
I posted on Goldman Sachs response to the Fed earlier here: Just adding this in, GS quantifying the probability of rate hikes ahead, all lower: ForexLive
Bank of Japan meetings for the new year More: The time of release will be, in principle, as follows. The minutes of the December, 2018 MPM will be released on January 28 (Mon.), 2019.
Bank of Japan Governor Kuroda will hold his regular post-meeting press conference at 0630GMT Kuroda will be answering questions on today’s decision just handed down
That’s not surprising considering what week this is – : 1.1666 (EUR 857m) – : 111.50 (USD 520m) ForexLive The board is also pretty much empty for the next two days as well but things are returning a bit more to normal on Thursday and Friday. Of note, there is a strike at 1.1400 for…
Bruised dollar gets no help over the weekend ForexLive Japanese and German banks are off for today but that’s not the only reason why trading today will be mired by thin liquidity conditions. It’s also Christmas Eve! While it’s not an official holiday in most parts of the world, plenty of market participants are already…
Forex news for Asia trading Monday 24 December 2018 Weekend: US politics again provided a shove for financial markets. Over the weekend US Treasury Secretary Mnuchin relayed that US President Trump never suggested firing Federal Reserve Chair Powell. White House budget director Mick Mulvaney (who will be the new chief of staff) followed up by…
China’s finance ministry has announced changes to import and exports tariffs from the beginning of next year – will remove export tariffs on 94 products including iron ore On imports:
Cable is a notable gainer here in Asia to open a holiday-impacted week. GBP/USD is ip from around 1.2620 late Friday toward 1.2680. EUR, AUD, NZD, CAD are all higher against the dollar also.