Archive for September 14th, 2016

Foreign Exchange Insights and Next Week

Correlated Global Financial Markets

September 14, 2016

Domestic stock and bond markets moved pretty much in lockstep during the week between September 7 and 14th.  In that span, ten-year sovereign debt yields rose by 16, 15, 21, and 18 basis points in the United States, Germany, Great Britain and Canada but just 3 basis points in Japan, which unlike the other instances, […] More

Central Bank Watch

Bank of Thailand

September 14, 2016

Thailand’s Monetary Policy Committee voted unanimously to again leave policy on hold. The overnight repo rate has been at 1.50% since the last reduction in April 2015. A released statement projects growth slightly above 3.0% but also stresses an abundance of domestic and external uncertainties. Inflation is barely above zero but expected to rise into target […] More

New Overnight Developments Abroad - Daily Update

A Fearful Mood in the Marketplace

September 14, 2016

Investor confidence has turned very fragile because of  The erosion of Clinton’s lead. A Trump victory is expected to be followed by vast changes in U.S. policy on a wide range of policies and procedures. Signs that monetary stimulus has hit the wall of diminishing returns even as global growth remains lackluster and inflation too […] More