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4:54pm today (Ryan Littlestone)
FTSE -0.4% today +0.62% on the week Cac -1.9% today -0.2% week Dax -1.5% today -0.78% week Ibex +0.3% today +3.45% week FTSE Mib -0.9% today +1.57% week European bonds Italy 2.72% -1bp Spain 2.54% -2bp Portugal 3.64% -5bp Germany 1.15% … Continue reading → »
4:28pm today (Ryan Littlestone)
Adam’s just put up the analysis of USD/CAD and I just want to add my two maple syrup pancakes worth to the mix. We’ve been noting the rise in Canadian inflation recently and while the BOC has been calling it … Continue reading → »
4:25pm today (Adam Button)
That’s the fastest move USD/CAD has made without any news in a month. USD/CAD quickly up to 1.0814 from 1.0788. The May low at 1.0817 is the next level of resistance as risk appetite begins to roll over. »
4:06pm today (Adam Button)
The mood is souring, and rightfully so, after some of the corporate warnings about the stagnant US economy. You also run the risk of a hawkish headline from the Fed next week. The S&P 500 is down 10 points to … Continue reading → »
4:05pm today (Kristian Kerr, Sr. Currency Strategist)
Instruments covered this week: EUR/USD, USD/JPY & GOLD »
3:49pm today (Adam Button)
The Canadian dollar is limping toward the weekly finish line this week: Risk appetite is soft with stocks and yields lower Oil prices are down $1 Yesterday’s IMF report highlighted the softness in emerging markets Visa said it doesn’t see … Continue reading → »
3:11pm today (Ryan Littlestone)
The French are splashing the cash with economic minister Michel Sapin announcing the donation in Athens today. He also said that European policy must refocus on growth and that Europe needs a program for investment. As far as I can … Continue reading → »
2:55pm today (Adam Button)
The earnings call after the bell from Visa yesterday was sobering. The company said it sees no acceleration of the economic recovery and no acceleration in 2015. In addition, the soft IFO report from Germany and negative revisions and details … Continue reading → »
2:39pm today (Adam Button)
The euro hit the lowest since November today, touching 1.3428 after Germany’s IFO business sentiment survey fell to the lowest since October. The decline stalled at the 200-week moving average at 1.3435. The latest round of weakness started two weeks … Continue reading → »