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North American Wrap-up: Yellen Me Softly

Updated -  Apr 16, 2014 4:22:45 PM By Neal Gilbert

Yellen Me Softly We’ve reached the halfway point of the North American trading week, and today was much less volatile than the previous day. Where yesterday’s price action was dominated by concerns of conflict for half the day, then government economic expectations for the other half; today’s volatility paled in comparison despite the specter of more important scheduled happenings. Two very important monetary figures, the Bank of Canada’s Stephen Poloz and the Federal Reserve’s Janet [...] Continue Reading

USD/SEK at 2014 Highs – Could We See 6.70 Next?

Updated -  Apr 16, 2014 2:05:00 PM By Matt Weller

At the beginning of this month, we highlighted a developing pattern on the USD/SEK that pointed to a possible pullback from the key 6.50 area (see “Wait a SEK!” below for more details). As it turned out, the pair found support quickly at the initial 38.2% Fibonacci retracement (6.4420) and turned back higher shortly after the article was published. As always, we specifically mentioned the level where our outlook would shift; in this case, that [...] Continue Reading

GBP/USD and GBP/JPY could break higher after strong UK jobs data

Updated -  Apr 16, 2014 12:20:00 PM By Fawad Razaqzada

The pound extended its gains this morning following the release of some cheerful jobs data out of the UK. The GBP/USD climbed to an initial high of almost 1.6820, which was the previous 2014 high, while the GBP/JPY climbed to its highest in nearly two weeks. The unemployment rate unexpectedly fell to 6.9% in the three months to February from 7.2% previously as the number of people out of work dropped by 77,000 to [...] Continue Reading

Crude oil climbs to multi-week highs amid on-going crisis in Ukraine, inventories eyed

Updated -  Apr 16, 2014 10:25:00 AM By Fawad Razaqzada

The price of crude oil continues to rise in response to the escalation of the crisis in Ukraine, with Brent climbing to a 6-week high of $110 per barrel today. The “anti-terrorist” operation started yesterday and Ukrainian troops have retaken the eastern city of Kramatorsk’s airfield from pro-Russian rebels. Russian President Vladimir Putin has described the country as being on the brink of civil war. Oil investors are shrugging off signs of weaker demand in [...] Continue Reading

Time for the Bank of England to take notice of UK economic strength?

Updated -  Apr 16, 2014 9:00:00 AM By Kathleen Brooks

The UK labour market has shown its mettle yet again, after cooling off a little in recent months, the UK is once again creating jobs at a rapid clip. Comparing the three months to February with the previous three months, the number of employed people increased by 239k, the number of unemployed people fell by 77,000 and the number of adults not in the labour force fell by 86,000. The number of employed people [...] Continue Reading

BOC Preview: Poloz to Focus on USD/CAD?

Updated -  Apr 16, 2014 8:50:00 AM By Matt Weller

In what could be one of the biggest fundamental catalysts left ahead of the holiday weekend, the Bank of Canada has its regular monetary policy meeting today at 10:00 ET (14:00 GMT). While the bank will almost certainly make no changes to monetary policy today, traders will be closely monitoring what the bank says about the economy, and crucially, the outlook for inflation moving forward. When the bank dropped its hawkish bias last October, it [...] Continue Reading

China’s potential growth dilemma

Updated -  Apr 16, 2014 12:44:42 AM By Chris Tedder

A slew of high-profile economic figures were released from China today, with mixed results. China’s GDP growth slowed sharply in Q1, falling to its lowest level in six quarters. Yet, the world’s second largest economy grew slightly more than the market was expecting at 7.4% y/y (expected 7.3%, prior 7.7%), but below Beijing’s annual growth target of 7.5%. The market is asking: is today’s data going to prompt policy makers to boost stimulus or [...] Continue Reading

The kiwi took a battering after NZ’s Q1 inflation data missed estimates. Consumer prices rose 0.3% q/q, less than an expected 0.5% increase (prior 0.1%), which casts some doubt over the market’s assumptions about the Reserve Bank of New Zealand’s (RBNZ) tightening cycle. The market is pricing in some fairly aggressive monetary policy tightening from the RBNZ in the next couple of years, underpinned by predicted strong growth and inflation. While today’s figures aren’t [...] Continue Reading

North American Wrap-up: The Ukraine Fade

Updated -  Apr 15, 2014 4:26:02 PM By Neal Gilbert

The Ukraine Fade North American markets started out on the right foot today, but were quickly swept off it due to escalating tensions in eastern Ukraine. While markets have been largely ignoring the situation in Russia’s former province since Crimea was annexed, the actions of today refused to be ignored. For those who missed it, Ukrainian military forces ousted Russian supporters from government buildings and airports conspicuously close to the border with their larger neighbor, [...] Continue Reading

Signs of a Bullish Turn in GBP/AUD?

Updated -  Apr 15, 2014 1:50:00 PM By Matt Weller

Nearly a month ago, we highlighted the uncanny convergence of multiple bearish technical signals (see “GBP/AUD: Six Technical Signs of a Longer-Term Top” for more). Since then, the GBP/AUD has collapsed around 400 pips, and though we still haven’t reached the intermediate target near 1.7600, there is a growing body of technical evidence that suggests the pair may have seen a near-term bottom. First, and perhaps most importantly, rates have broken above the bearish [...] Continue Reading

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