- FxWirePro EURIBOR futures and forward curves hint ECBs more easing in guidance
- Having been roundly criticised for disappointing market expectations of more decisive policy action in December, the ECB might have been expected to rein in its verbal indications of future policy changes.
- Brexit likely to weigh on European GDP growth and currencies
- Even if the UK votes to stay in EU, the concessions that the UK has negotiated with the EU might complicate extra EU integration. Britain's exit from the EU will hit the UK and also Europe. If the UK exits, EMU GDP is expected to lower by 0.
- NIRP Has Already Been Proven
- When the ECB started NIRP, 12-month Euribor was at 52.9 bps, 3-month at 26.4 bps, one-week at 15.
- How Many Ways Can We Prove It Doesn't Work
- Central banks globally responded since the wholesale/eurodollar system is intricately interconnected and failed spectacularly.
- ICE suspends trading in Euribor, Eonia contracts due to technical glitch
- A service alert issued earlier in the day said trading in Euribor (Euro Interbank Offered Rate) and Eonia (Euro Overnight Index Average) futures and options contracts on derivatives market Liffe had been delayed.
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