Doves in Europe, Trade Talks Shift Venue, RBI Cash: Eco Day

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

  • Poland is the latest to show signs that it could join a global central banking swing to dovishness, and Turkey just took a baby step toward easing, while the European Central Bank’s chief economist also flagged warning signs of an economic downturn
  • Here and there. Just where Chinese central bankers will apply policy easing is a matter for hearty debate
  • Open conversation. Chinese trade negotiators are headed back to Washington for more talks with American counterparts, while the global trade data are shifting even lower on our Bloomberg Economics dashboard
  • Tariff freeze. Meanwhile, Japan is still confident that the U.S. won’t hike levies on Japanese car and part imports while trade-deal negotiations continue
  • Cash handover. India’s central bank has handed $4 billion in profits to the government, which is desperate for cash to make good on populist promises ahead of a national election
  • Why Vietnam. Ahead of Trump-Kim Part Two, we look at what lessons Kim Jong Un can learn from Vietnam as an economic model in this QuickTake

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