Bali Wrap, Brexit Stalemate, Big Central Bank Toolboxes: Eco Day

(Bloomberg) -- Happy Monday, Europe. Here’s the latest news and analysis from Bloomberg Economics to help get your day and week started:

  • That’s a wrap on Bali. Here’s the latest on happenings over the weekend out of the IMF and World Bank meetings, where officials urged the U.S. and China to talk on trade, and some broader takeaways
  • On ice. Brexit talks are hitting a stalemate, with a November deadline in doubt
  • On guard. China says it didn’t want a trade war, but is ready to stage a defense; Mexico’s ex-president advises that they hold their ground like Mexico and Canada
  • Yuan moves. China’s central bank chief said they’re considering a range of risks in their currency policy
  • Peace assets. Bank of England chief warns against using investment flows as a weapon in the global financial system
  • Reason for calm. Bank Indonesia’s Perry Warjiyo told Bloomberg that clarity on the gradual pace of Federal Reserve rate hikes was a key takeaway from the Bali meetings
  • Big toolbox. Kazakhstan’s policy makers mull a range of moves on policy tightening beyond rate hikes

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