US Tax bill hits the Senate, UK inflation numbers underperform, and ECB stimulus touted as highly successful.
Ben Johnston |
November 14, 2017
US inflation numbers come out on Wednesday, but all eyes are on President Trump’s tax bill. Across the pond, the Pound missed inflation expectations while the Eurozone continues to grow under monetary stimulus. In Canada we are waiting to see what inflation and home sales data looks like, while Asian currencies remain quiet around weaker output data from China.
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|Source: Bloomberg 2017|
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Ben Johnston is a foreign exchange advisor for Silicon Valley Bank’s global financial services group, based in Boston, MA. He specializes in developing niche-specific risk management and process optimization strategies for Silicon Valley Bank's Private Equity and Venture Capital clients, including exposure identification, risk management, policy development and tailored product strategy. He has over nine years of experience in the banking industry, including portfolio management roles at Sovereign Bank/Santander and Silicon Valley Bank.
He holds an undergraduate degree of Finance & International Economics from Bentley University.
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