John Williams is head of the Federal Reserve branch in New York He spoke on Tuesday, not indicating a shift in thinking on a December rate hilke Adam posted here:
Bank of England Monetary Policy Committee members are speaking in the UK parliament today – In front of the treasury Committee – Bank of England Governor Carney The focus, though, will be on Brexit developments.
Bank of Japan Governor Kuroda spoke earlier when he appeared in Japan’s parliament: If you’d like more Reuters have a recap on the major points made by the BOJ head;
BOE governor Mark Carney testifies in parliament on the inflation report – BOE not intending to provide additional analysis of a no-deal Brexit scenario – MPC will look at a scenario related to the withdrawal agreement ForexLive
Further comments by RBA governor Philip Lowe on the day – Starting to get concerned about credit supply – Risk of swing from too loose credit to too tight ForexLive
Further comments by ECB member Ewald Nowotny If growth worries start to creep into 2019, I highly doubt they can keep up with the confident facade for long. Already, initial Q4 data isn’t very suggestive of a solid rebound following the slump seen so far this year.
Comments by ECB member Ewald Nowotny – Rise in Italian government bond yields to have a very limited spillover impact – Contagion from Italy’s budget plans has been very limited ForexLive
RBA governor Philip Lowe speaks in Melbourne – Steady policy to be maintained “for a while yet” – Watching housing price slump closely – Price falls come after very large gains in Sydney and Melbourne ForexLive
BOE revises their publication date for their financial stability report – Publication date revised from 5 December to 28 November – Date change relates to Brexit analysis ForexLive
People’s Bank of China’s chief of research Xu Zhong on the Bank and the economy: