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GBP/CAD: Sterling pounded by a dovish BoE

Updated -  Oct 8, 2015 8:10:00 AM

The pound has relinquished its earlier sharp gains and turned lower across the board. The Bank of England’s somewhat downbeat assessment of the UK economy and its outlook on inflation has caused the market to think that a rate hike is not even in the radar for most of the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) members, except Ian McCafferty of course. The BoE also sounded worried about the impact of the stronger pound on inflation as  [...] Continue Reading

EUR/GBP: Fed is not the only rodeo in town

Updated -  Sep 15, 2015 2:35:00 PM

While all traders are (justifiably) hyper-focused on the Federal Reserve’s highly-anticipated meeting, it’s worth noting that the Fed is not the only rodeo in town. Before that fateful Thursday afternoon, traders will get a raft of data out of both the UK and Eurozone. Beyond today’s shockingly weak Eurozone ZEW economic sentiment report (just 33.3, year-to-date low, vs. 42.1 expected), the market will also get a look at the final Eurozone consumer price index (CPI)  [...] Continue Reading

GBP/USD: ‘Super Thursday’ Shenanigans

Updated -  Sep 10, 2015 8:40:00 AM

The central-bank-induced, white-knuckle thrill ride reached its climax over the last 16 hours. Overnight, the RBNZ opted to cut interest rates to 2.75% as widely expected, and the central bank also cut its forecasts for growth and inflation, implying that another cut is possible later this year. While much of this dovishness was already priced in, NZD/USD is still hovering near its six-year low under the .6300 handle. Earlier this morning, the Bank of  [...] Continue Reading

GBP/USD bears get pound-ed

Updated -  Sep 8, 2015 8:45:00 AM

Here in the US, the just-concluded Labor Day holiday marks the unofficial end of summer, when traders return from their beach cabins and refocus on the markets. Historically, this period also marks the return of more volatile markets after the so-called “summer doldrums,” though if anything, many traders would actually prefer a respite from this year’s abnormally volatile August. One way or another though, sharp market moves are likely ahead of the Federal Reserve’s highly-anticipated  [...] Continue Reading

GBP/USD: The hits keep coming for shell shocked bulls

Updated -  Sep 1, 2015 8:40:00 AM

Not quite a week ago, we noted that it may finally be “bears’ turn for a day in the sun” on GBP/USD, noting that the disappointing rally last Monday, followed by the big Dark Cloud Cover* candlestick pattern was an ill omen for the unit. Since that peak, GBP/USD has put in five consecutive lower closes, breaking below the widely-watched 50-, 100- and now 200-day averages in short order. From a fundamental perspective, there  [...] Continue Reading

GBPUSD Damage from “Super Thursday” Limited…So Far

Updated -  Aug 6, 2015 9:45:00 AM

As my colleague Kathleen Brooks noted in her full recap report (see “BoE: Super Dovish Thursday” for more), the Bank of England came off as slightly more dovish than many market participants had expected in its highly-anticipated “Super Thursday” of top-tier data releases. Instead of the expected two dissents to the bank’s decision to leave interest rates unchanged, only Ian McCafferty voted for an immediate rate increase. Meanwhile, BOE Governor Carney came off as  [...] Continue Reading

BoE: Super Dovish Thursday

Updated -  Aug 6, 2015 9:30:00 AM

The big data drop from the Bank of England turned out not to be too difficult for the market to digest, after all: no change in rates, only one dissenter and a sharp reduction in the Bank’s inflation rate for this year. Overall, this was considered dovish by the market. Ahead of Super Thursday we had been looking for a slightly hawkish bias to these minutes, how wrong we were. Yet again the BoE has  [...] Continue Reading

FTSE: Thursday unlikely to be super for UK stocks

Updated -  Aug 6, 2015 7:29:15 AM

Super Thursday is here. Today the Bank of England will announce its interest rate ‘decision’, release the minutes of last week’s meeting and publish the quarterly Inflation Report.  Super it might be for the pound, but it probably won’t be for the FTSE. In fact, the UK index is down about 0.3% at the time of this writing and is slightly underperforming European stocks. Judging by the reaction of the pound in recent times,  [...] Continue Reading

GBPAUD: Bulls in Control Ahead of “Super Thursday” Shenanigans

Updated -  Aug 5, 2015 2:15:00 PM

As my colleague Kathleen Brooks noted earlier today in her in-depth preview, tomorrow is a major day for the British pound (see “Bank of England: Binge Watching the Bank's Next Move”). In addition to the monetary policy meeting itself, the Bank of England will also release the minutes from its previous meeting and most importantly of all, its Quarterly Inflation Report, which outlines the policymakers’ longer-term views on the economy and monetary policy. It’s  [...] Continue Reading

Bank of England: Binge Watching the Bank's Next Move

Updated -  Aug 5, 2015 1:00:00 PM

Thursday 6th August is now being called Super Thursday, when the Bank of England will announce its latest interest rate decision, release the minutes of last week’s meeting and release the third Inflation Report of the year all at midday UK time. The bank actually decided on its interest rate decision last week, but the announcement was delayed to allow time for the minutes to be written up and released at the same time as  [...] Continue Reading

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