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E Canada's GDP Rises 0.4% On The Month
The Canadian economy was seen rising 0.4% on the month in the month of February, data from Statistics Canada showed last week.
Market Shift – Reversal Patterns Pointing Towards Big Swings
According to the current Cycle and Elliott Wave Counts, the Market could be positioned for a shift with reversal patterns pointing towards big swings.
FX COT Update: EUR Longs Move To Fresh Record Highs As Investors Await The ECB
Non-Commercials increased their net long positions in the Euro last week buying a further 4k contracts to take the total position to 152k contracts.
FX Week Ahead: ECB And BoJ Meetings
Central bank meetings take the spotlight this week with both the European Central Bank and the Bank of Japan lined up.
AUD/USD Pops As RBA Minutes Show Board In Favor Of Rate Rise As The Next Move
With the RBA having kept rates unchanged for 18 consecutive meetings, marking the longest stretch that rates have remained static in the bank’s history, the release of the latest RBA meeting minutes were not expected to deliver any new information.
Russian Ruble Tumbles On Fresh US Sanctions
The Russian ruble tumbles on fresh US sanctions. Meanwhile the Russian central bank chief and other officials tried to soothe investor nerves as the U.S. sanctions targeted some of the large companies in Russia.
Investors Continue To Buy Up GBP In Anticipation Of BOE Rate Rise
GBP continues to be steadily bid as investors respond positively to strong UK data and encouraging developments within the ongoing Brexit negotiations.
Forex Week Ahead: April BoC Meeting And Inflation Data
The markets were witness to another week of volatility with various themes playing out. The uncertainty surrounding trade wars finally eased after the Chinese Premier softened his stance last week where he agreed to open the doors to China’s markets.
March UK PMI Registers Slowest Pace Of Growth
Economic activity as measured by IHS Markit’s Purchase Managers Index showed a broad-based decline across the manufacturing, construction and services sector in the UK during the month of March.
Weekly Commodities Report: Concerns Around Trade Wars And Syria Tensions Fuel Safe Haven Demand In Gold
The escalation in tensions between the US and China due to Trump’s protectionist import tariffs and Beijing’s subsequent reciprocation has been a key focal point for markets over the last couple of weeks.
Japan’s Business Confidence Weakens In Q1 – April Tankan Survey
The main tankan index measuring the sentiment among large manufacturers showed that the index was at +24 in the three months ending March.
April Headlines: Geopolitics, Trade War, Volatility, Data Privacy. What About Opportunities?
The market is showing some considerable signs of increasing volatility, which could be quite sudden some of the times, not to mention surprising.
April And Q2 Seasonals
March was a roller-coaster month for the markets. Sentiment and themes flipped repeatedly, especially with flows dominating the final days of the month as the end of quarter loomed. Here are some April Q2 seasonals to keep in mind.
Brexit Negotiations Enter Crucial Stage… One Year Out From Departure Deadline
Brexit negotiations have dominated the UK’s economic landscape over the last two years, with the initial referendum in 2016 and then the triggering exit talks last year. With only a year to go, focus is shifting to it's most crucial stage.
FX Week Ahead: US Payrolls And RBA Meeting
The markets are looking towards new trading week, marking the start of the second quarter. The economic calendar is looking busy, at least where the USD is concerned.
RBNZ OCR Held At 1.75%
The Reserve Bank of New Zealand’s monetary policy meeting was largely a non-event as it was partly overshadowed by the Fed’s announcement to hike interest rates.
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