Bank of England governor Mark Carney is part of the agenda First up will be as he will be speaking in Sydney at . No details is given about the speech but he will be speaking at the RBA.
The breaking I stuck up earlier: – Heads up – Kuwait Airways announces it has cancelled all flights to Beirut until further notice More now: – Kuwait Airways citing security warnings from Cypriot authorities This all to do with Syria and wariness over missile strikes into the country
Moody’s have changed its outlook on Mexico’s ratings to stable from negative (Moody’s latest, the headlines via Reuters) Moody’s cites:
Prime Minister Turnbull saying the investment is for a rail line to Melbourne Airport Never mind self driving cars and all that …. more trains for Australia!
Like, this wasn’t soooo obvious (I posted on it and ) . Anyway, Sky News reports here here – that the special Cabinet meeting UK PM called for Thursday is to ask for Cabinet approval of UK participation in attacks on Syria ps. When it says ‘ask’ that is code for ‘here is what is…
This via Bloomberg () following up on a renewed urgency to reach some sort of NAFTA agreement link BBG Bloomberg citing three people familiar with the talks
Some harsh words here from China ministry of commerce AUD has lost a few points on the trade tension reemergence
For the YTD number, foreign direct investment up 0.5% These are in yuan terms In USD terms – March +2.6% y/y – and YTD +2.1%
Housing Finance Australia (February) Home loans -0.2% m/m … down but not as much as was expected – expected -0.4%, prior -1.0%, revised from -1.1%
Lagarde says signs of progress in belt and road projects, blooms starting to appear – Says some belt and road investments if not properly tended could wither – Says need to ensure belt and road only travels where it is needed