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Rami Alnajjar ♞🇺🇸⁩ Jul 19
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Yotav Costica 17h
So today Market odds of rate cut this month surpass 50%
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Angela 16h
will lower interest rates in September. The negative interest rates good for companies and exchanges, the monetary devaluation a big step closer.
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City University Economics Society 2h
Interesting thread about several central banks loosening monetary policy as global growth slows. How useful will monetary policy be in providing a stimulus in the next recession when the interest rates in many countries are still low post 2008?
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ᴅᴀx30 ™ Jul 18
please confirm 🤣
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DailyFX 19h
The is expected to cut rates by 10 basis points; but that dovishness out of the ECB isn’t necessarily anything new, so short-squeeze scenarios may remain around the pair near-term.. Get your from here:
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Holger Zschaepitz Jul 20
Bond bubble continues to inflate w/value of global bonds hit fresh high at $55tn. Rally driven by number of CenBank rate cuts together w/perceived Fed dovishness despite better data. Eurozone bonds gained by report is studying dovish symmetrical inflation target around 2%.
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Paul Constable 3h
Thank you so much & for an amazing afternoons cricket. This was our sons first cricket match and already asking when his next will be 🤔
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Shahwahid@18 Jul 20
the mighty boon comes, then the future transpires # this...........🍾🍾 🍷🍷🍷🍷🍷 .... En MORGAN......👨‍🎓👨‍🎓
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Other Peoples Analysis Investing Jul 20
Dark clouds over the . Toxic stimulations on the horizon. MVH
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Francesc Riverola - FXStreet.com 🎗 Jul 19
Nordea Bank 1/2: In sum, we think that the recent speeches support our view – namely that another stimulus package consisting of a deposit rate cut, a new round of net asset purchases and a strengthening of forward guidance will be launched but only in September
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Dipesh Haran Jul 14
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Holger Zschaepitz Jul 16
Europe’s unconventional experiment w/negative rates to spur growth & inflation is looking like a trap. 5yrs into what was supposed to have been temporary shot for euro area, still hasn’t achieved its goals and may be about to push rates even lower.
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Rotti Jul 19
Frankfurt (Reuters) - According to a magazine report, President Mario wants to resume the Fed's bond purchases.
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Martin Enlund 🦆🚁 9h
🥇🐞😎 Nordea's FX weekly, gold (& silver) bug edition... ->
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Holger Zschaepitz 12h
Mario Draghi is set to become the first president not to raise rates. Prepares his legacy for like-minded Lagarde as ECB meets. Staff are studying a dovish revamp of the inflation goal.
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Kirill Klip 🌎🔥#rEVolution🎸 Jul 20
Derivatives "nuclear financial bombs" - WMD on the Wall Street Deutsche Bank - 49 trillion U.S. dollars - according to its 2018 annual report. JPMorgan Chase - $48 trillion Citigroup - $47 trillion Goldman Sachs - $42 trillion
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FOREX.com Jul 19
is our featured chart for the week ahead as investors welcome UK’s new PM and look forward to rate decision and US GDP ^FR
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Holger Zschaepitz Jul 19
A 'symmetrical' inflation target would be disastrous for German savers. A higher inflation rate with zero or negative interest rates would be the ultimate expropriation. via
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Michele Federle Jul 19
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