The Euro has bounced strongly on Monday after the initial knee-jerk reaction to Italy’s referendum and, judging from today’s price action, appears to have put in a near-term base. Cable is sitting near 1.2700 as it trades on the back of the headlines coming from the High Court appeal over Brexit and is currently flat […]
The Italian PM, Matteo Renzi has been heavily defeated in the referendum to change Italy’s constitution and has announced his resignation, marking a major victory for anti-establishment and right-wing parties and placing the EU into political chaos ahead of the swathe of EU elections, including those of France, Germany and Holland, due in 2017. The […]
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The US dollar finished the week on a relatively soft note even though Friday saw the unemployment rate fall to a more than nine-year low of 4.6%, with the Non-Farm Payroll increasing by 178K in November, making it almost certain that the Fed will raise interest rates later this month. On the other side of […]
The US$ and stocks are generally a little softer on Thursday as traders book some profits ahead of the US jobs data due later in the session. In the currency markets, Sterling in particular had a good session, on hopes of a “softer” Brexit while the commodity currencies are generally weak along with the Yen, […]
Today’s OPEC meeting has seen a deal to cut oil production, pushing prices sharply higher and causing a flow on effect in sending U.S. Treasury yields up, which in turn has seen the U$ rally strongly, particularly against the Yen. Also underpinning the dollar today, ahead of tomorrow’s US employment figures, was the release of […]
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With the exception of oil, financial markets have generally traded within their recent bands today despite some better than expected US data, which saw the Q3 GDP growth revised up to 3.2% annualised from the prior estimate of 2.9% beating expectations of 3.0%. The GDP price index was revised lower to 1.4%, from 1.5%. From […]
Note that we could be in for some serious volatility early next week once the result of the weekend (Dec 4) Italian referendum on constitutional reforms has been announced. Eight Italian banks face the prospect of failure in the coming months if a “no” vote prevails in Sunday’s referendum, which was proposed by Prime Minister […]
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The dollar suffered a substantial correction in Asian trade on Monday, led lower by a selloff in US$Jpy which had become extremely overbought, although we have since seen a turnaround after a supportive economic growth outlook from the OECD. The semi-annual report indicated that Donald Trump is expected to undertake some fiscal stimulus in the […]
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DXY: 101.35 The DXY rallied strongly last week, reaching a high of 102.05 before settling at 101.36. In making its move, the index briefly took out the important Fibo resistance seen at 101.80 (61.8% of 121.02 (July 2001 high)/70.72(March 2008 low) and although this will again be difficult to overcome, a sustained move higher could […]
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The dollar ended the week mixed in thin holiday trading conditions as traders await key economic calendar due in the coming week. In terms of data, Friday saw the US trade deficit fall to US$ -62.0b in October, worse than expectation of US$ -59.2b while the UK Q3 GDP was left unrevised at 0.5% qq. The […]