So what now for Brexit? Plus the marked reaction to yesterday’s Fed forecasts.

The US Fed has revised its growth forecasts for this year and next, and removed all dot points for rate moves this year.

Media reports suggest China is playing hard ball in negotiations with the US.

The markets are on-hold ahead of the FOMC meeting later in the week.

Why are the Aussie and New Zealand dollars amongst the worst performers overnight?

And signs that the European economy might be levelling off rather than falling.

In USD terms, NAB’s Non-Rural Commodity Price Index is forecast to increase by 3.1% qoq in Q1 2019.

Boeing’s share price has driven the Dow down whilst lower than expected inflation will have had a bit to do with bond prices today.

US stocks rose sharply following the release of US retail numbers which showed a bounce back in January.

Friday saw quite a shocking miss on US non-farm payrolls.

Markets have reacted swiftly to the latest ECB meeting.

Australia’s GDP numbers yesterday surprised many.

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