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Talking Points: -ADP Employment Change (APR) comes in at 220K vs. 210K estimated -ADP Employme...
A look at the annualised GDP numbers seems to suggest it is. Euro zone annualised GDP q/q 20 08 2...
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For years we’ve heard US politician rail against Chinese currency manipulation yet the cou...
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37 minutes ago (Adam Button)
Separatists shot down a Ukranian SU-25 fighter in Eastern Ukraine, according to a military spokesman on TV. There have been several planes shot down and the market now takes the headlines in stride. The Ukranian government has been quick lately … Continue reading → »
53 minutes ago (Adam Button)
The US dollar is slightly bid as the minutes wind down toward the FOMC minutes. Similar to on Monday what stands out is the inability of cable to rally on good headlines. The post-BOE minutes bounce is nearly erased as … Continue reading → »
55 minutes ago (Adam Button)
US will ‘continue to do what we must do’. I’m starting to think the brutal terrorists in Iraq and Syria will be facing a long-term US air campaign. Obama is right when he said the world is ‘appalled’ by Foley’s … Continue reading → »
6:03pm today (Michael Boutros, Currency Strategist)
The USDCHF is vulnerable for a near-term pullback as the pair holds below key resistance. Here are the updated targets & invalidation levels. »
5:33pm today (Adam Button)
The minutes of the July 29-30 FOMC meeting are due out at 1400 GMT (2pm ET) Let’s start with the links: The July 30 FOMC statement The redline from the most-recent statement The minutes of the June 17-18 meeting Here … Continue reading → »
5:19pm today (Ryan Littlestone)
On potentially big market moving events like tonight’s Fed minutes I like to have a quick gander at the possible levels that may contain any wild moves, so here’s a quick rundown. USD/JPY Up – 103.40 is resistance but it’s … Continue reading → »
4:56pm today (Adam Button)
The market is underestimating the importance of RBA Governor Glenn Stevens semi-annual appearance at the House of Representatives today. The Australian dollar has been choppy today but the latest move was to a session high at 0.9318. I think the … Continue reading → »
4:50pm today (Ryan Littlestone)
FTSE -0.3% Cac -0.4% Dax -0.2% Ibex +0.3% FTSE Mib -0.2% European bonds Italy 2.60% flat Spain 2.40% -3bp Portugal 3.31% -10bp Germany 0.986% -1bp German bunds still edging down through 1.0% and stocks are taking a breather ahead of … Continue reading → »
4:45pm today (Ryan Littlestone)
A look at the annualised GDP numbers seems to suggest it is. Trevor Greetham from Fidelity Worldwide investments pens an article for the FT suggesting that Draghi’s magic spells to contain the crisis are wearing thin and that maybe it’s … Continue reading → »
4:44pm today (Adam Button)
Obama will make a statement at 12:45 pm ET/1645 GMT. He’s expected to talk about the execution of the American journalist in a video ISIS released yesterday. It’s been a long time since the United States had such universal support … Continue reading → »