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Talking Points: -ADP Employment Change (APR) comes in at 220K vs. 210K estimated -ADP Employme...
Wilkins talked about a lower neutral policy rate (no real surprise there) and also said Canada ma...
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58 minutes ago (Greg Michalowski)
GBPUSD: The GBPUSD remains above the 100 hour MA (blue line in the chart below) at the 1.6329 level. Stay above, all is ok with the buyers today. Move below and there will be a break in the pattern. For … Continue reading → »
8:11pm today (Adam Button)
You know what’s even cheaper than Eurozone borrowing rates? Talk. If Venizelos can get the money cheaper in the bond market he should go and get it, pay back the Troika and then they can go back to running Greece … Continue reading → »
8:01pm today (Adam Button)
Philly Fed arch-hawk Charles Plosser announced today that he’s retiring in March. Earlier this year, equally hawkish Dallas Fed President Richard Fisher announced his retirement. The two Fed dissenters retiring at nearly the same time looks dovish and no one … Continue reading → »
7:52pm today (Jeremy Wagner, Head Forex Trading Instructor)
AUDUSD has been in a recent downtrend. Where does Elliott Wave Theory suggest we are at in the trend? »
7:31pm today (Adam Button)
It’s a rough day in equity land as the buzz around the new iPhone is drowned out by worries about Fed hikes, bad British accounting and (most notably) trouble in China. The 16 point fall to 1993 is the worst … Continue reading → »
7:06pm today (Adam Button)
There were two trades on the Scottish referendum. One saw fast-money pile into bets the referendum would fail in the 5 days leading up to the results. The other saw real money accounts cowering in fear and pulling money out … Continue reading → »
7:03pm today (John Kicklighter, Chief Currency Strategist)
The heavy event risk of this past week has shifted the focus and balance of power for majors like the US Dollar, Euro and Pound... »
6:27pm today (Adam Button)
Wilkins talked about a lower neutral policy rate (no real surprise there) and also said Canada may need loose policy even at full capacity. She just added that Canadian inflation is consistent with BOC forecasts (even though the latest numbers … Continue reading → »
5:54pm today (Jamie Saettele, CMT, Sr. Technical Strategist)
The US Dollar Index net commercial short position is the largest on record. The previous record was recorded in March 2013. The net speculative long position is just shy of the March 2013 record. »
5:46pm today (Adam Button)
Comments from Wilkins in Toronto: Neutral rate before crisis was 4.5-5.5% Conventional policy can’t do much more in Canada Repeats that Canadian recover requires continued stimulus Slow growth outlook restraining Canada investment Monetary policy not main tool to cool Canadian … Conti... »