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Talking Points: -ADP Employment Change (APR) comes in at 220K vs. 210K estimated -ADP Employme...
FTSE -1.43% Cac -1.9% Dax -1.6% Ibex -1.4% FTSE Mib -1.6% European bonds Italy 2.40% +2bp Spain...
Talking Points: - GBP/USD Remains Capped by 1.6410-40 Ahead of BoE Carney’s Speech; SSI Fl...
The 1.1050 zone gave way as the loonie follows the rest of the commodity bloc to session lows. Th...
St Louis Fed President James Bullard isn’t afraid be being wrong. “If you’ve followed m...
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29 minutes ago (Adam Button)
Janet Yellen’s husband, George Akerlof, is a notable economist in his own right and won the Nobel Prize in 2001. With Yellen’s appointment as Fed chair he moved to Washington and at 74-years-old he could have been excused for retiring … Continue reading → »
5:54pm today (Adam Button)
The New Zealand dollar briefly slipped below the February low of 0.8052 to 0.8047. That’s the worst level since September 2013. Watch that level on the close. »
5:43pm today (Greg Michalowski)
The AUDUSD is keeping the bears in control after pushing above the trend line in early London trading and failing. The sell off has the pair moving toward the next key targeted low against a lower trend line connecting 5 … Continue reading → »
5:12pm today (Ryan Littlestone)
Just in case EUR/CHF traders were even thinking about taking them on up pops the head of the SNB. Franc still highly valued Will but unlimited foreign currencies Will take further steps immediately if needed EUR/CHF gets the hint with … Continue reading → »
4:57pm today (Ryan Littlestone)
FTSE -1.43% Cac -1.9% Dax -1.6% Ibex -1.4% FTSE Mib -1.6% European bonds Italy 2.40% +2bp Spain 2.20% -1bp Portugal 3.19% +1bp Germany 1.01% flat Manufacturing may be doing alright in the US but it’s faltering in Europe as they … Continue reading → »
4:32pm today (Ryan Littlestone)
What do I spy, with my little eye? It’s surely not an EUR/USD buyer is it? Credit Suisse are looking to buy the euro (gasps of shock heard around the room) and are orders in to buy at 1.2800 for a … Continue reading → »
4:15pm today (David Song, Currency Analyst)
The GBP/USD may continue to threaten the bearish setup carried over from back in July as there appears to be a meaningful shift in retail positioning. »
4:07pm today (Adam Button)
The 1.1050 zone gave way as the loonie follows the rest of the commodity bloc to session lows. There’s a bit of resistance at last Tuesday’s high of 1.1075 but 1.1100 is the main level to watch. There is a … Continue reading → »
4:00pm today (David Rodriguez, Quantitative Strategist)
The US Dollar trades at major resistance versus the Japanese Yen. What could force a break, and how might we trade it? »
3:58pm today (Greg Michalowski)
The USDJPY did all the right things on the move lower. It fell below the trend line. It fell below the 100 hour MA (remember the price has only had 6 or so closes below the 100 hour MA going … Continue reading → »