Best you show us what else you got then. Thursday might be a good opportunity Euro remains on the back foot but finding some support for the moment
Anyone here see this fabled “stability”? The comment came 9 minutes after the latest “stability” numbers.
Supervisory chairman Nouy in comments on their website ECB needs to create a system for reporting breaches of SSM rules Earlier ECB’s Lautenschlaeger says the SSM will look at national rule and regulatory exceptions would welcome non-euro states to join … Continue reading
I’ll have a pint of whatever he’s drinking comprehensive assessment of banks will restore confidence Italian banks now better positioned for cap hikes if needed stress tests, single supervision is positive for economy
From the Australian Financial Review … the RBA concern in a nutshell (bolding mine): Investor borrowing growing last month at the fastest pace in more than six years In a fresh sign of an investment housing boom that has raised … Continue reading
HSBC China manufacturing PMI for September (final) The flash reading was 50.5 Unchanged from the August reading – Hongbin Qu, Chief Economist, China & Co-Head of Asian Economic Research at HSBC said: “Output and new orders were both revised down … Continue reading
Shanghai Securities News reports (via MNI) on a research note from the Industrial and Commercial Bank of China, China’s largest bank: Says the PBOC will continue with its “prudent” monetary policy stance & targeted easing measures during the remainder of … Continue reading
Sina reports (via MNI): People’s Bank of China’s Nanchang branch (in central China) announced it would cut the downpayment requirement for the purchase of second homes to 60%, from 70% currently, with immediate effec Downpayment requirement had been raised to … Continue reading
From the Bank of Japan (BOJ) tomorrow (Wednesday, Tokyo time) we get the Q3 BOJ Tankan report. The Wall Street Journal published a preview late last week, and I had a bit of summary of it, here: Bank of Japan … Continue reading
An article in the Australian Financial Review headlined: RBA wants dollar to fall further I don’t see anything much new in it, but it is ungated and gives good background on the current economy and some pertinent quotes from investment … Continue reading
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