According to an unnamed source cited by Reuters The House of Lords yesterday approved an amendment to the EU withdrawal bill which will grant parliament more power regarding the final deal for Brexit.
Via ING’s outlook for the week ahead, strong words on what is weighing on the AUD While a soft Australian jobs release has dented the Australian dollar, the real source of menace remains US policy.
From ANZ looking at the Australian dollar ahead. The bank nominates 0.73 as fair value for the currency pair: The AUD lacks any catalyst to pursue a sustained move higher, not least because the domestic data flow remains uninspiring from an RBA rate hike perspective.
A one-liner from Barclays on what they expect from the RBA minutes today Meanwhile, ANZ: Earlier – more real quick ‘what to expects’ from the banks: – TD:
The Nikkei says KJU could visit China’s capital as early as Tuesday, which is today 9 June 2018
We get Reserve Bank of Australia minutes for the June meeting today, coming up at 0130GMT on Tuesday 19 June 2018 – And then we get a speech from RBA Governor Lowe the following day, Wednesday 20 June 2018 at 1330GMT I had earlier comments on these events
Beats the hell out of being in Pyongyang I guess Earlier:
Yep, confirmed – had the chatter of it here: Then this in the China media: Confirmed now – 200bn yuan MLF – 1 year – 3.3% (unchanged from prior)
China’s Ministry of Commerce on the latest trade war developments
Reserve Bank of Australia June meeting minutes out now Reuters with the quick headlines: Full text is here: Minutes of the June 2018 Monetary Policy Meeting of the Reserve Bank Board