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Has the EUR fallen far enough?

Updated -  Sep 12, 2014 10:20:00 AM By Kathleen Brooks

The EUR decline has started to stall and EURUSD is moving sideways after the bears decided to take a breather at 1.2860 – the low from 9th September. This pair was starting to look overextended, so, for now, it looks like the EUR has fallen far enough, but that does not mean that another leg lower may not be around the next corner. The fundamental picture could turn decidedly bearish for this pair next [...] Continue Reading

USDCAD: Spoiled Dollar Bulls Not Impressed By Strong Retail Sales

Updated -  Sep 12, 2014 8:55:00 AM By Matt Weller, CMT

Like the proverbial overweight only child getting a third piece of birthday cake, USD bulls are getting spoiled. Today’s release of the August Retail Sales report showed that the US economy continues to grow strongly. The headline reading came out in-line with (elevated) expectations at 0.6% m/m, but the Core reading, which filters out volatile automobile sales, was better than anticipated at 0.3% vs. 0.2% eyed. Perhaps most importantly, last month’s disappointing flat reading in [...] Continue Reading

Wall Street futures flat ahead of key US data; S&P techs still bullish

Updated -  Sep 12, 2014 7:00:00 AM By Fawad Razaqzada

The S&P 500 future is pointing to a flat open on Wall Street today, following on the uninspiring sessions in Europe and Asia Pacific overnight. So far today we haven’t had any major market-moving news or data to encourage the market participants to establish any bald positions. But that could change later on with the release of some important US macroeconomic pointers. Still, with the FOMC meeting coming up next week, the markets may quickly [...] Continue Reading

FTSE 100: Movers and shakers

Updated -  Sep 12, 2014 5:10:00 AM By Kathleen Brooks

The FTSE 100 is clawing back some losses after a torrid performance this week. The swing back in favour of the no vote in the Scottish referendum has helped to boost sentiment, as has the corporate backlash against independence that has seen some large Scottish companies pledge to move south of the boarder in the event of a yes vote. Key movers so far this morning: Watch US retail sales later, along with [...] Continue Reading

Chinese credit rebounds but remains an area of concern

Updated -  Sep 12, 2014 12:48:39 AM By Chris Tedder

The market waited with baited breath for August’s credit creation figures. It was a little nervous following a huge slump in July that spawned the idea that Beijing was sucking the economy dry to tackle huge levels of debt. This time around the data was more encouraging but still missed expectations. Aggregate financing rose to 957.4bn in August from 273.1bn in July (expected 1,135bn), which is below recent levels but historically ok. This is [...] Continue Reading

USDCNH at 6-Month Lows Ahead of Key Chinese Data

Updated -  Sep 11, 2014 3:00:00 PM By Matt Weller, CMT

Unless you’ve been living (and trading) under a rock over the last month, you know that the US dollar has been surging against all of its major rivals since mid-August. Since August 11, the dollar index has risen by over 3%, with the greenback rising by even more against its biggest rivals, the euro and the yen. However, there is one currency that has been able to buck the broad-based strength in the buck: China’s [...] Continue Reading

Gold hits lowest level since January as selling pressure intensifies

Updated -  Sep 11, 2014 12:50:00 PM By Fawad Razaqzada

Gold is down for a fourth day, now at its lowest level since January. And worryingly for the bulls, the downward pressure may be about to increase with another key support level broken – more on this later. The precious metal has been undermined by the deadly combination of a stronger US dollar and the still-resilient equities, and also the lack of inflation in the major global economies. Until at least one of these themes [...] Continue Reading

If 2012 Template Holds, USDJPY Rally May Be Just Getting Started

Updated -  Sep 11, 2014 9:10:00 AM By Matt Weller, CMT

Despite a lack of top-tier economic data out of either the US or Japan this week, USDJPY has rallied nearly 200 pips to trade at a new 6-year high above 107.00. From a fundamental perspective, this week’s catalysts (including a modest rise in US treasury yields and a slight miss in Japanese Machinery Orders) can hardly explain the big move. Instead, the rally appears to be more technically-driven, and it closely mirrors the price action [...] Continue Reading

GBPUSD: Mind the Gap

Updated -  Sep 11, 2014 8:30:00 AM By Fawad Razaqzada

The pound is among a handful of assets defying the strength of the dollar with GBP/USD climbing higher for a third day. But will the rally lose steam here or are there more gains to come? From a fundamental point of view, it depends largely on these major events/themes: the strength of the US dollar, the level of safe haven demand from European investors for the pound and the outcome of the Scottish independence referendum. [...] Continue Reading

Australia’s unbelievable jobs report

Updated -  Sep 11, 2014 1:07:08 AM By Chris Tedder

Australia has produced another questionable jobs report, after the unemployment rate unexpectedly jumped to its highest level in over decade during July. This time around the Australian Bureau of Statistics indicated that 121K jobs were created during August, shattering analysts’ expectations of around a 15K increase in employment. At the same, the unemployment rate dropped back to 6.1% from 6.4% and the participation rate jumped to 65.2% from 64.8%, with both sets of numbers also [...] Continue Reading

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