Turkey’s currency crisis, trade frictions with the United States and possibility of a no deal Brexit all cited as risk In the German finance ministry monthly report
There are numerous reports of an impending challenge to Australia’s Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull Let’s see if this unsettles the AUD, it seems to focus is much more on offshore developments though (China/US trade for example)
European Stability Mechanism (ESM) Managing Director Klaus Regling is celebrating: He adds monitoring will continue: And it looks like what’s his name has lashed out and bought a tie:
Qatar and Turkey’s central banks have signed a currency swap agreement to provide liquidity and support for financial stability Qatar’s central bank announcement Sunday
Ambrose Evans-Pritchard writes in the UK Telegraph h/t to Peter in the comments here Ther4e is plenty coming up in Italy in coming months, this adding to the events list. You would have to think a government’s first obligation is to keep its citizens safe.
Weeknd announcement from the China Banking and Insurance Regulatory Commission – urged banks to support infrastructure projects and companies facing “temporary difficulties”
UK press report (Telegraph) EU migrants will be given right to stay in event of no-deal Brexit amid fears of labour shortages, Cabinet papers reveal
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Iran with a warning to Saudi Arabia Iran told OPEC on Sunday no member country should be allowed to take over another member’s share of oil exports. Saudi Arabia has offered to pump more oil to make up for any Iranian shortfall and Trump has asked them to bring down prices.