Post From KTFA By backdoc » July 13th, THIS IS MORE THAN UNUSUAL ! GREAT FIND !
AS WE FOLLOW THE MONEY TRAIL WE ARE NOT DISTRACTED FROM THE SMOKE CREATED AROUND THE SITTING ISSUE.
AS I'VE SAID WHEN THINGS LOOK THE WORST THEY ARE THE BEST !
THE MONEY TRAIL IS ABOUT TO BE EXPLODED OPEN FOR THE WHOLE WORLD TO SEE !!! GREAT JOB TEAM ! DOC
Post From KTFA By Frank: Hmmm ..... Interesting ...... Fascinating ..... Foretelling. KTFA, Frank
Post From KTFA By Sager » July 12th, 2014,
Central Banks Watch: Yellen, Draghi, Carney and Kuroda to Speak and BoC to Set Rates
Global markets are likely to receive fresh verbal policy signals in the week to 18 July with the chiefs of the European Central Bank (ECB), the Federal Reserve, Bank of Japan (BoJ), and the Bank of England (BoE) scheduled to speak at separate events.
The previous week was marked by easing in Iraq-related tensions, but fears of a banking crisis in Eurozone following a funding issue at Portugal's largest bank Banco Espirito Santo had weakened shares and strengthened safe haven assets.
The latest assurances by Espirito Santo have ebbed fears of an EU-wide banking crisis, helping the dollar stabilise against the yen. Crude oil prices have fallen and gold has stopped rallying by the end of the last week.
Global markets are now waiting for fresh interest rate cues from major central banks making the upcoming week a significant one.
The BoJ and the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) will provide the details of their latest rate setting meetings, the former in the form of a monetary policy statement and the latter as the minutes of the meeting.
ECB President Mario Draghi will speak on Monday 14 July at 17:00 GMT, and the next day, BoE's Mark Carney at 9:00 GMT, and Fed's Janet Yellen at 14:00 GMT.
RBA's minutes and BoJ's statement are also due on Tuesday itself, and the BoJ chief Kuroda will address the press after the statement release.
From the G10 world, the Bank of Canada is the only central bank scheduled to convene for policy review this week. On 16 July, the BoC is expected to leave the main lending rate at 1%.