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BSP likely to hike 25 bps each in both Q2 2017 and Q1 2018, says DBS Research

Sep 15, 2017 04:52 am UTC| Commentary Central Banks Economy

Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) is scheduled to next week and markets are looking for cues on the policy trajectory going forward. BSP has kept rates steady so far this year. We remain of the view that the central bank...

Central Banking Series

Bank of Japan’s monetary policy to stay extremely accommodative through fiscal 2017 – Danske Bank

Sep 13, 2017 22:45 pm UTC| Commentary

The Bank of Japans monetary policy is expected to stay extremely accommodative through fiscal 2017, which would also underpin demand, both domestically and abroad, noted Danske Bank in a research report. The Japanese...

Central Banking Series

RBA monetary policy: Assessing future bias

Sep 05, 2017 04:58 am UTC| Commentary Central Banks

Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) chose to keep the interest rate steady at 1.5 percent. Lets look at the details of policy announcement to assess the bias of RBA. Key highlights RBA notes that the pickup in...

Central Banking Series

ECB President Draghi likely to express concern over recent euro appreciation, says Danske Bank

Sep 04, 2017 10:07 am UTC| Commentary Central Banks Economy

The European Central Bank (ECB) President Mario Draghi is expected to express concern over the recent appreciation in the common currency at the upcoming monetary policy meeting on September 7, explicitly mention that the...

Central Banking Series

Bank of Korea likely to keep monetary policy accommodative, adopt wait-and-see approach

Aug 31, 2017 22:24 pm UTC| Commentary Central Banks

The South Korean central bank, Bank of Korea kept its key interest rates on hold at 1.25 percent on Thursday, as was widely anticipated. It has kept its rates unchanged since lowering by 25 basis points in June 2016. The...

Central Banking Series

ECB’s tapering decision likely to take place in months ahead, may lower inflation forecast

Aug 31, 2017 22:06 pm UTC| Commentary

The tapering decision of European Central Bank is likely to take place in the months ahead, noted Nordea Bank in a research report. The fragile inflation outlook is expected to postpone the decision until October, but the...

Central Banking Series

BoE MPC member Michael Saunders lays out case for rate hike

Aug 31, 2017 08:19 am UTC| Commentary Central Banks

Bank of Englands (BoE) Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) member Michael Saunders laid out a case for rate hike during a speech on Thursday. He said that the UK labor market is quickly approaching full employment, while the...

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Economy

New Zealand bonds gain at close on loss of investor appetite despite ruling National Party’s lead at latest polls

The New Zealand bonds gained at the time of closing Thursday as investors poured into safe-haven instruments, away from riskier equities and oil, despite the ruling National Party gaining traction in the latest NZ election...

Malaysia CPI inflation surprisingly rises in August, owing to higher oil prices

Malaysias consumer price-led inflation index (CPI) for the month of August surprised on the upside after four consecutive months of decline, headline CPI inflation picked up in August to register 3.7 percent y/y, from 3.2...

JGBs remain little changed after BoJ stands pat on monetary policy decision

The Japanese government bonds remained little changed Thursday after the Bank of Japan kept monetary policy steady on Thursday and maintained its upbeat view of the economy, signaling its conviction that a solid recovery...

Australian bonds plunge following weakness in U.S. treasuries; RBA Governor Lowe's speech in focus

The Australian bonds plunged Thursday, following weakness in the U.S. counterpart after the Federal Reserve announced its policy decision yesterday, announcing that it will begin its balance sheet normalization next month....

RBA likely to adopt tightening policy by 50 bps in 2018, says ANZ Research

The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) is expected to adopt a tightening monetary policy in 2018 is boosted by the hawkish shift in the RBAs language. This would reverse the rate cuts of 2016 and take the real cash back to...

Politics

Undocumented youth divided over how to fight back against Trump immigration clampdown

Young immigrants from across the US participated in the first act of civil disobedience by undocumented youth under the Trump administration on July 26 in Texas. After protesters sat in the street outside the state capitol...

India at 70: after the celebrations, single-party dominance menaces democracy

Seventy years ago, Jawaharlal Nehrus famous Tryst with Destiny speech not only marked Indias independence from British rule but also expressed the vision for a united, democratic, egalitarian and modern country. Not...

Can corporate America afford to walk away from President Trump?

After campaigning as the candidate best able to work with business, President Donald Trump has shown he is anything but. A stream of resignations from high-level business counsels hit a crescendo recently when Trump was...

Little prospect of regime change in Russia short of a popular uprising – and that's unlikely

Vladimir Putins power in Russia can often look unassailable. However much Western media might champion potential opponents, the president maintains a tight grip, and its easy to see why. Any successor to Putin who was not...

Warning signs of mass violence – in the US?

There are those who say that comparing President Donald Trumps rhetoric to that of Adolf Hitler is alarmist, unfair and counterproductive. And yet, there has been no dearth of such comparisons since the 2016...

Science

Scientists Create Robots The Size Of DNA Strands That Can Rearrange Molecules

Robots are great for a lot of things and can perform functions that humans would either have a hard time accomplishing or simply would not be able to do. Among the latter case is rearranging the molecules of a living...

China Signs Deal With Israel Over Lab-Grown Meat, Food For The Future

With the world facing the global crisis known as climate change, most countries are doing whatever they can to reduce carbon emissions. However, one of the biggest contributing factors to greenhouse gasses that is rarely...

Denmark Finally Sells Last Oil Company For $7.45 Billion

As a country committed to fighting climate change and reducing its carbon footprint, Denmark is finally selling off the last remaining oil company in the country. The oil firms were owned by A.P. Moller-Maersk A/S and the...

Trump’s Pick For NASA Head Is Not A Scientist And A Prominent Climate Change Denier

The Trump administration has proven to be incompetent in filling crucial roles with qualified people, evidenced by an anti-EPA EPA head and an anti-DOE head of DOE. Now, the president has nominated a non-scientist who is...

Scientists Can Now Bioengineer Lungs, Reducing Potential Deaths Due To Organ Shortage

At this point, its no secret that being placed on the organ transplant list is no guarantee of survival if patients are in need of a new heart, or liver, or lung. One of the ways that this problem can be solved is by...

Technology

Electric Bus Breaks World Record In Long Distance Driving In A Single Charge, 1,100 Miles

Range is the biggest problem that most people have when it comes to electric vehicles, but as one company that made an electric bus just proved, this is really not an issue. Packing some really big batteries, a bus by a...

Nintendo Finally Issues Take Down For Super Mario 64 Online

Well, it was only a matter of time and it seems Nintendo has finally noticed the Super Mario 64 Online mod. As expected, the video game giant has issued a takedown notice to the people behind the project, which it has done...

Hidden Switch NES Golf Is Apparently A Tribute To Late Video Game Legend Satoru Iwata

Recently, reports of the Nintendo Switch having a hidden NES Golf game in its codes started circulating. At the time, it was thought to be a fun little detail in a console thats simply rocking the industry with its...

Apple Intentionally Makes iPhones Vulnerable To Hacking With iOS 11

With the tech world constantly being besieged by hacking threats at every single moment of every day, users expect companies like Apple to make them safer, not more vulnerable. However, it would seem that the Cupertino...

HTC Suspends Trading Amid Google Acquisition Rumors

HTC just suspended trading of its stocks in the Taiwan Stock Exchange, which is reportedly due to the matter of Googles impending acquisition of the company. Neither company has yet to confirm if this is actually...
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JPBOJ Rate Decision*

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-0.1 %

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-0.1 %

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-0.1 %

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USFed Funds Target Rate

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1.00-1.25 %

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1.125 %

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1.125 %

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TRConsumer Confidence*

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71.1 %

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GBPSNB, MM GBP

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-0.76 Bln GBP

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GBPSNCR, MM GBP

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-3.912 Bln GBP

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GBPSNB Ex Banks GBP

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7.100 Bln GBP

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-0.184 Bln GBP

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BRIPCA-15 Mid-Month CPI

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0.15 %

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0.35 %

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BRIPCA-15 Mid-Month CPI YY*

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2.60 %

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2.68 %

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CAWholesale Trade MM

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-0.9 %

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USInitial Jobless Claims

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300 k

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284 k

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