While the clock ticks down to BoJ’s July 31st Monetary Policy Statement, where officials could be expected to debate policy changes to sustain, not tighten, their stimulus program, 10-Yr JGB continue rising.Read More
Euro recorded its largest weekly loss in 19 months after June 14 ECB news conference and, although EU President Mario Draghi reiterated an end of QE in December, he added that interest rates will be changed depending on what is the state of the convergence process and as long as “inflation remains aligned with ECB’s current expectations of a sustained adjustment path”.Read More
The Bureau of Labour Statistic’s Nonfarm Payroll report was published last week, just a few days after the US Independence Day and a rather noiseless week on the economic calendar.Read More
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Nonfarm Payroll employment increased in May, reaching 223K, while Average Hourly Earnings rose to 0.3% (0.1% higher than expectations), and Unemployment Rate declined to an 18-year low at 3.8%.Read More
European & Asian shares rose on Wednesday, helped by unexpected strong earnings updates especially from the technology sector where Apple exceeded weak expectations.Read More
March employment report released on April 6 provided markets with a downward surprise, a surprise that missed expectations by 85K, while the unemployment forecast also disappointed as economists had forecasted a 4.0% figure.Read More
Crude Oil prices surged to a high of $67.60 per barrel last week amid rising geopolitical risk, the highest level since 2014. Oil’s breakout for a third consecutive day could either take price to a new ranging territory, making the breakout quite significant or retreat back below within the former trading range.Read More
Over the past few days we have noticed that the Hong Kong Dollar has fallen to the weaker end of its permitted band, trading at 7.85 on three separate occasions!Read More
Total Employment increased by 313K in February while Unemployment held firm at 4.1% for the fifth running month. Economists had expected a pick to 205K, a tad higher than January’s 200K, but to everyone’s surprise the NFP reinforced a positive momentum for the US economy, yet, action in the currency markets was not impressive as wage growth grew with a slower pace.Read More
Last month BLS reported a 200K change in the number of employed people, picking up from December’s 160K (revised from 148K) and printing a higher figure than economists’ expectations as the US economy accelerates.Read More
The gains for December’s payrolls came out less than the median anticipated projection of 190K and also below the 2016 total payrolls yet above 2 million and the yearly expectations.Read More
The US DOLLAR struggled to perform on the offensive for most of 2017 amid growing political, geo-political and environmental related risks, moving nearly 6.20% lower year-to-date (YTD).Read More
With little to support the economic calendar, today markets are concentrated on a number of Central Bank meetings following this week, meetings likely to set the stage for 2018.Read More
Based on economic and monetary analyses RBNZ decided to leave rates unchanged at 1.75% in line with the Policy Targets Agreement.Read More
Based on the the payroll headline figures for the month of September a somewhat different reaction was seen in the markets instead of a broadly weaker US Dollar.Read More
The Bank of Canada raised its interest rates by 25bp back in September 6th following a 25bp rate hike in July 12. The rate hike took Loonie 82 cents higher versus the Dollar while economists were expecting another raise in the upcoming October 25th economic event, rather than as early as July.Read More
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe announced a snap election back in September 25th, taking full advantage of a weak and disorganised opposition, while his approval ratings climbed higher, near 44%, on his hard stance against North Korea.Read More
While polls show Angela Merkel’s Christian Democratic Union (CDU) party heading the German Election with a 16% lead over follower Martin Schulz’s Social Democrat (SPD) party amid a televised debate the latter “failed” ...Read More
A more important than usual report came out on the 4th of August as doubts over a rate hike increased following a slowdown in inflation. Along with the Fed’s approach to reducing the $4.5 trillion balance sheet, July’s job figures did matter the most to the central bank and investors.Read More
Euro – Yenb> hit a fresh 17-Month high at 130.516 due to the latest sell-off in the Euro Bond market while BoJ is expected to hold its soft monetary policy unchanged as the introduction of Yield-Curve control in 2016 is far from improving inflation.Read More
A clearly “soft” report May’s NFP as consensus expectations was for a 185K increase in employment change, the actual data saw a fall to 138K, and the unemployment rate was little changed to 4.3%; both multiyear records.Read More
Oil has been in the spotlight over the past few weeks, not to say since the beginning of 2017, where the black gold struck a staggering $55.72 per barrel.Read More
The FOMC is the monetary policymaking body of the Federal Reserve System. The committee's primary responsibility is to undertake action to influence the supply and cost of money.Read More
Police in London have reinforced security across the River Thames following the 3rd ISIS attack in just 3 months. 7 have been pronounced dead and 21 critically injured...Read More
April’s NFP consensus expectation was for a 194.000 increase in employment change. EUSUSD reacted in a positive manner, giving the opportunity...Read More
F.B.I Director James Comey firing last week will stay in history. President Donald Trump described the sacking took place over Comey’s handling of the investigation of the “Hillary Clinton Email Scandal”.Read More
Emmanuel Macron has won the 2017 Elections and will be inaugurated as the youngest ever President of France, beating right-wing and anti-EU Marine Le Pen by a large margin.Read More
On 23 April 2017, the French electorate will vote for a new President. Whilst market pundits are split on who is likely to take the Presidential title, all agree that the vote outcome may mean bad news for the European Union and for the Euro.Read More
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