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Talking Points: -ADP Employment Change (APR) comes in at 220K vs. 210K estimated -ADP Employme...
Talking Points: British Pound Trades Broadly Higher as Scotland Opts Against UK Secession Jap...
British Pound was bought across the board during yesterday and throughout the night, as markets w...
- Canada Headline Inflation to Hold Above 2.0% for Fifth Consecutive Month. - Core Consumer Pric...
Prior -0.1% 0.8% vs -0.8% exp y/y. Prior -0.8% Low prices in Europe? Well I never. Any guesses f...
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9:44am today (Ryan Littlestone)
USD/JPY hit a big level overnight while all eyes were on Scotland. We ran up through 109.00 to the 2002 resistance line at 109.35. We actually broke it by 11 pips but it’s a fail in my book as long … Continue reading → »
9:21am today (Ilya Spivak, Currency Strategist)
The US Dollar took a step back into consolidation after hitting a 14-month high while the SPX 500 is attempting to find fuel for another push upward. »
9:20am today (Ryan Littlestone)
Is that a downgrade on Germany being THE growth engine of Europe? German growth mainly driven by domestic demand German labour market is robust Our Ang speaking in Berlin »
9:11am today (Ilya Spivak, Currency Strategist)
The British Pound advanced while the Japanese Yen declined as Scotland voted against secession from the UK, scattering uncertainty and boosting risk appetite. »
9:00am today (Ryan Littlestone)
Prior revised to 24.8bn SA 18.7bn vs 13.1bn prior. Revised to 18.6bn Net investment flows -17.3bn vs +13.9bn prior. Revised to +26.2bn Investment flows have cratered since the +70.6bn in May and highlights the lack of confidence in Europe. Better … Continue reading → »
8:41am today (Ryan Littlestone)
FTSE +0.7% Cac +0.5% Dax +0.5% Ibex +1.5% FTSE Mib +1.0% The panic merchants have been calmed, particularly in Spain where it could have gotten hairy if the Scots had won a yes vote. It’s unlikely to keep the Catalan … Continue reading → »
8:28am today (Ryan Littlestone)
Japan’s cabinet chief speaking in Tokyo via Bloomers »
8:24am today (Ryan Littlestone)
At last, someone found the bloke from the Highlands who had the votes and we’ve got the final piece of the puzzle. No’s won 28 districts, Yes’s 4 No’s win with 2.001m votes, Yes’s got 1.617m 4.283m were registered to … Continue reading → »
8:00am today (David Song, Currency AnalystShuyang Ren,)
An uptick in Canada’s core rate of inflation may spur a larger decline in the USD/CAD as it raises the BoC’s scope to raise the interest rate sooner rather than later. »