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- Reserve Bank of New Zealand to Raise Rates for Second Straight Meeting. - Market Participants ...
The next main event on the European calendar is German CPI on April 29. Hansson is the governor o...
Talking Points: -New Home Sales (MAR) came in at 384K vs. 450K est. and 449K revised prior -Mo...
Talking Points: - USDOLLAR Continues to Search for Lower High; Watching for Close Above 10,470 ...
The most troubling parts of the Canadian retail sales report are the housing proxies. The ‘buil...
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4 minutes ago (Adam Button)
The when-issued bid on the 5-year notes is at 1.730%. Anything above 1.715% will be the highest since May 2011. Last month, direct bids shot to 23.1% from 10-12% over the previous 8 months and something similar could spark a … Continue reading → »
22 minutes ago (Adam Button)
This map of Ukraine has been doing the rounds and it points to a clear dividing line in Ukraine. The reality is much more complicated. First of all, ‘Russian speaking majority’ includes many people who also speak Ukranian and in … Continue reading → »
44 minutes ago (Adam Button)
Last week the Chinese environment ministry said 16% of China’s soil contains higher-than-permitted levels of pollution. Now, the ministry of land and resources says 59.6% of the nation’s water is either moderately or seriously polluted. That’s up 2.2 percentage points … Contin... »
57 minutes ago (Adam Button)
Comments from Nowotny on Bloomberg: Sees no urgent need for ECB action Any ECB measures should wait until at least June He sees no prospect of deflation in eurozone The bolded comment about June is probably the most noteworthy. Some … Continue reading → »
58 minutes ago (David Song, Currency AnalystGregory Marks,)
The NZD/USD appears to be carving a higher low as it holds above the 0.8550 region, but we will need a hawkish RBNZ policy statement to see a higher high. »
4:34pm today (Adam Button)
The next main event on the European calendar is German CPI on April 29. Hansson is the governor of Estonia’s central bank and he’s rarely in the headlines but spoke with the Wall Street Journal. “We see that, if inflation … Continue reading → »
4:22pm today (Adam Button)
Treasury yields are falling today, pointing to the ebb in US dollar strength — especially against the yen. 10-year yields are down 3 bps to 2.67%, the lowest in six days. »
3:57pm today (Adam Button)
Worries about the US dollar and the housing market have been non-nonchalantly brushed aside and the US dollar is broadly stronger. That’s been reflected in GBP/USD declines as the pair hit stops below 1.6780/70 in a quick move down to … Continue reading → »
3:49pm today (Adam Button)
Russia says the US and Ukraine are distorting last week’s Geneva agreement. They say Ukraine needs to immediately withdraw military units from the Eastern part of the country and seek an inclusive dialogue with all parties. Instead, the leadership in … Continue reading → »
3:30pm today (Adam Button)
Not a big miss but it’s a fresh reason to sell oil. Gasoline stockpiles down 0.27m vs -1.71m expected Distillates down 0.46m vs 0.60m expected WTI crude fell toward the lows of the day after the report. Yesterday crude fell … Continue reading → »