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Samson » June 18th, 2018

Today .. holiday on the Iraqi Stock Exchange on the occasion of Eid al-Fitr


18th June, 2018

The Iraqi Stock Exchange of securities, its business on Monday, on the occasion of Eid al-Fitr.

The Iraqi Stock Exchange on Wednesday, June 20 , the first trading session after the holiday of Eid al-Fitr.

The Iraqi cabinet decided to grant state employees official leave until Tuesday, on the occasion of Eid al-Fitr.

The Secretariat General of the Council of Ministers said that the working hours will be suspended on Sundays, Mondays and Tuesdays, with the resumption of work, next Wednesday, 20 June. LINK

DLR » June 18th, 2018

Those who row the boat don't have time to rock it while those who rock it don't have time to row it.

222Dude » June 18th, 2018

DIFFERENCE BETWEEN "SHORTLY" & "SOON"

The word "soon" can be inferred by the reader/listener to be a less specific timeframe; while the word "shortly" can be inferred to mean the event will occur in the immediate or near future

Samson » June 18th, 2018

The event of the week" .. The decisions of central banks shape the world markets


17th June, 2018

The world is always looking at monetary policy decisions in the largest economy around the world, making it arguably the most prominent event in global markets last week. The strength of economic performance has helped the US gradually shift to more aggressive monetary policies, and the ECB is following the same trend as the eurozone's GDP is recovering

Federal Reserve decision

In the context of further easing monetary easing, the Fed took the second step of its kind this year by raising the US interest rate

The US central bank decided to raise the interest rate by 25 basis points to 1.75 percent to 2 percent, a move that was in line with expectations

But the Federal Reserve has also decided to increase the rate of interest rate increases to four times this year instead of the previous estimate of three increases, in addition to planning to raise the rate 3 times next year

The central bank's move to raise the US interest rate after three increases last year and an increase in the monetary policy meeting held in March

Positive signs of US economic performance boost the pace of policymakers in the United States

The Reserve Bank's recent monetary policy statement raised US GDP growth estimates this year, noting that inflation accelerated more rapidly than previously estimated, as well as reduced unemployment

Decision of the European Central

As eurozone economic growth recovers, the ECB has decided to end its quantitative stimulus program several years ago

The central bank has decided to keep buying 30 billion euros in bonds until September, cutting them to 15 billion euros in the next three months to end the quantitative easing program by the end of December

Although the ECB decided to set interest rates on refinancing, lending and deposits as it is at 0.00%, 0.25% and -0.40% respectively, but the bank's president, Mario Draghi , indicated that the same levels remain unchanged until the summer of 2019

Other central banks

For its part, the central bank in Japan proved its monetary policy unchanged as it kept the short-term interest rate at -0.10%

He also decided to keep the 10-year government bond yield at zero and the quantitative easing program at the same rate of 80 trillion yen a year

But in a first-time shift, the People's Bank of China decided not to follow the Federal Reserve's decision to raise interest rates, keeping key interest rates unchanged amid the strength of the local currency of the yuan

The consequences of monetary policy tightening decisions

The US move on interest rates and the European Central Bank's decision to set the date for ending the quantitative easing program comes at a time when global economic growth is facing potential threats from rising trade tensions between the United States and its trading partners

Both the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Trade Organization (WTO) have issued warnings about the impact of peer-to-peer tariffs on world trade and have expressed concerns about the impact of rising US interest rates on emerging market economies that may suffer following rising borrowing costs

The face of emerging markets intense pressure during the current phase due to the US currency 's strength and interest rate Alakhzhvi rise, which was reflected in the local currencies of those economies, which saw a sharp decline despite attempts to raise interest rates

The tightening of monetary policy poses several risks to financial markets that have been able to grow with low interest rates and are currently suffering from high levels of debt

The time of tightening global monetary policy and rising borrowing costs is a critical period for energy-efficient economies in the Gulf region, which are recovering from the economic slowdown on the back of falling oil prices over the past period

At the same time, Gulf countries reacted to the Federal Reserve's decision, with Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain increasing interest rates by 25 basis points while Kuwait kept its monetary policy intact LINK

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