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NZD’s woes deepen after disappointing NZ inflation data

Updated -  Oct 22, 2014 7:43:33 PM By Chris Tedder

The NZ dollar is the big mover early in the Asia session, with the commodity currency being assaulted by sellers after some disappointing inflation data. NZ Q3 consumer prices rose 0.3% q/q, missing an expected 0.5% increase. This brings year-on-year inflation to 1.0% from 1.6% previously. Today’s data is likely to greatly reduce any motivation the Reserve Bank of New Zealand (RBNZ) has to tighten monetary policy in the foreseeable future. The bank went [...] Continue Reading

EURGBP Grinding Lower With Busy Eco Data Calendar On Tap

Updated -  Oct 22, 2014 3:50:00 PM By Matt Weller, CMT

After bouncing at the start of the month, the euro has sold off across the board this week as traders increase bets that the ECB will have to ease policy further in the coming months. EURUSD, the world’s most widely-traded currency pair, has reversed back lower after managing to retrace just 23.6% of its previous drop (1.2850), but today’s report focuses on EURGBP. The next 48 hours will be particularly active for EURGBP, with key [...] Continue Reading

North American Wrap: All About Canada

Updated -  Oct 22, 2014 3:48:58 PM By Neal Gilbert

All About Canada The North American trading session was destined to be more Canada-centric today than most days thanks to the economic release of Retail Sales and the monetary policy decision by the Bank of Canada, but the day became even more about Canada as Ottawa is experiencing a tragedy that we’ve become all too familiar with lately, a public shooting. Before we get to the grisly part of this conversation though, let’s discuss what [...] Continue Reading

WTI remains under pressure as crude stockpiles increase sharply again

Updated -  Oct 22, 2014 12:00:00 PM By Fawad Razaqzada

Crude oil prices fell sharply in response to the latest stockpiles data, released at 14:30 GMT, before bouncing back to turn moderately higher on the session. According to the Energy Information Administration (EIA), oil inventories in the US rose sharply again last week, this time by 7.1 million barrels. Although this was somewhat smaller than the previous week’s 8.9 million-barrel build, it was still much larger than 2.8 million expected and even more compared to [...] Continue Reading

EUR/USD: Falling Back

Updated -  Oct 22, 2014 8:58:57 AM By Neal Gilbert

This weekend the majority of European nations will be performing the yearly depressing act of setting their clocks back one hour to shift away from daylight savings time, and they can then begin preparing for a long, cold, dark winter. As the old saying goes, “spring forward; fall back” when it comes to the annual time changes. Coincidentally, the EUR/USD may be performing the same act as it has lost its upward momentum and appears [...] Continue Reading

USDCAD: Will BoC Bring a Break of the 1.13 Barrier?

Updated -  Oct 22, 2014 8:55:00 AM By Matt Weller, CMT

The USDCAD has already kicked off a massive day for economic data with a bang. At 8:30 ET (12:30 GMT), traders were hit with major simultaneous data releases from both sides of the 49th parallel. In the US, the September Consumer Price Index (CPI) printed at 0.1% m/m, beating expectations of a flat reading, though the Core CPI reading, which filters out volatile energy and food prices, missed expectations at 0.1% m/m vs. 0.2% eyed. [...] Continue Reading

Stocks: resumption of new bearish or exiting long-term bullish trend?

Updated -  Oct 22, 2014 7:20:00 AM By Fawad Razaqzada

European stocks are trading a touch lower. Following such a sharp rally yesterday, a little bit of profit-taking should not come as a major surprise. But is it just “profit-taking” that we are witnessing today or the resumption of the longer term downward trend? Obviously no one knows the answer to that but we will probably have a better idea by the close of play. Let me explain. When major trends change, the retracements typically [...] Continue Reading

Softer inflation gives the RBA room to maintain loose policy

Updated -  Oct 21, 2014 10:25:12 PM By Chris Tedder

A drop in inflation in Australia has provided the Reserve Bank of Australia with more room to leave interest rates at lows levels for an extended period of time. Consumer prices rose 0.5% q/q last quarter, bringing year-on-year growth to 2.3%. This is slightly better than an expected increase of 0.4% q/q and a headline rate of inflation of 2.25%. Overall inflation now sits at its lowest level since Q3 last year as prices [...] Continue Reading

North American Wrap: What Downtrend?

Updated -  Oct 21, 2014 3:44:18 PM By Neal Gilbert

What Downtrend? North American markets were all in a tizzy last week as it seemed everything was crashing down around us simultaneously. Ebola was scary, ISIL was belligerent, Oil was bottoming out, and US data was missing expectations. RUN! Well, nary a week later, markets have rebounded from the lows and everyone seems to be a little more calm and levelheaded as volatility has subsided and the S&P500 has finished green for four straight [...] Continue Reading

Did Last Week Mark the Near-Term Panic Low in the DJIA?

Updated -  Oct 21, 2014 1:50:00 PM By Matt Weller, CMT

According to Web MD, some of the symptoms of panic attacks include “a racing heart, a sense of terror, and feeling unreal or detached from your surroundings” among others. While not nearly as serious as an actual panic attack, last week’s stock market rollercoaster likely caused most traders to display some of these symptoms last week. At one point last week, the widely-followed Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) index had fallen over 600 points in [...] Continue Reading

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