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Talking Points: -ADP Employment Change (APR) comes in at 220K vs. 210K estimated -ADP Employme...
The Chicago PMI came in weaker at 60.5 vs estimates of 62. 0 (last month was 64.3). Milwaukee I...
Eurostat has reportedly issued a correction to the CPI data released earlier today. With rounding...
Talking Points: - CanadianGDP came up short with a headline reading of +2.5% versus +2.8% expect...
The USD/JPY rose to its highest level in six years on Sept. 26. Impact of Bill Gross The currency...
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3:48pm today (Ryan Littlestone)
What are you going to do? In about 15 minutes the the fix may work its magic and we may get a flurry of activity for the month/quarter end. As usual we’ll get an indication about 2-5 minutes before the … Continue reading → »
3:46pm today (Adam Button)
No comments from Federal Reserve Governor Powell on the outlook or monetary policy as he speaks on a government debt panel. We’ll watch out for comments in the audience Q&A later. »
3:45pm today (Greg Michalowski)
The USDJPY continued the shuffle to the 110.00 peak level (see weekend VIDEO outlining the key hurdles for the USDJPY in trading this week) On Thursday last week, the high reached 109.34. On Friday it got up to 109.52. Yesterday … Continue reading → »
3:36pm today (Adam Button)
Dow Jones cites a finance ministry spokeswoman. With a rumor like that you HAVE to deny it. Capita controls are only possible if it’s a surprise announcement. »
3:32pm today (Adam Button)
The antipodean currencies have been on a steady upswing since the start of US trading. AUD/USD touched 0.8755 from as low as 0.8706. The kiwi is even more impressive at 0.7810 from 0.7736. A broad wave of US dollar selling … Continue reading → »
3:30pm today (Ryan Littlestone)
Services revenues 26.9 vs 21.0 prior Employment 11.9 vs 13.2 prior Wages and benefits 19.9 vs 20.1 prior Hours worked 6.9 vs 4.1 prior Input prices 27.8 vs 25.0 prior Selling prices 8.0 vs 10.5 Capex 14.5 vs 18.3 prior … Continue reading → »
3:19pm today (Ryan Littlestone)
Here’s the Eurostat release The only change was to the “All Items excluding energy and unprocessed food” which was revised to 0.8% Eurostat working on the HICP revisions »
3:09pm today (Ryan Littlestone)
Adam had the chatter that it was just a minor revision in the rounding but they’ve now come out and said it’s a full percentage point revision. »
3:08pm today (Greg Michalowski)
The Chicago PMI came in weaker at 60.5 vs estimates of 62. 0 (last month was 64.3). Milwaukee ISM was also released today and it came out stronger at 63.18 (estimate was 61.0) Looking at six region manufacturing indices for … Continue reading → »