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US Advanced GDP for Q2 is negative; Is the US in a recession?
The textbook definition of a recession is 2 quarters of negative growth. However, many economists don’t abide by that rule.
S&P500 "easy money" gone - what happens next?
A quiet start to the new trading week as U.S stock markets closed mixed ahead of this week's FOMC and Q2 GDP data and earnings reports from U.S Mega Tech companies.
AU Q1 2022 GDP beats forecasts and frames further gains for AUDNZD
As the release of the final partials yesterday warned, Australian Q1 2022 Australian GDP has beaten expectations, rising by a solid 0.8% QoQ and 3.3% YoY, despite the impact of Omicron and the devastating rains and floods that hit the East Coast.
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AU Q1 2022 GDP preview and what comes next for the AUDUSD
Just one week before the highly anticipated June RBA Board meeting, Australian Q1 2022 GDP is set to drop this Wednesday.
Two trades to watch: GBP/USD, CAC
GBP/USD falls as stagflation fears rise. CAC rallies after the first round of the French elections.
NZ Q4 GDP and what comes next for AUDNZD?
As is often the case, Thursdays New Zealand's quarterly GDP release follows hot on the heels of the FOMC meeting and a few hours before Australia's monthly jobs data, likely making for a volatile session in Asia.
Australian growth rebounded in Q4
Hopes that growth in Australia would rebound in Q1 were easily met, with GDP rising 3.4% q/q compared to 3.0% expected.
AUDUSD resilience continues ahead of AU Q4 GDP
An appetite for FX safe havens overnight led to JPY and CHF outperformance. Despite being a risky currency, the AUDUSD wasn’t far behind, finishing 0.5% higher at .7265.
US Q4 Advanced GDP beats; Inflation components higher
One important piece of information to look at in the GDP data is the inflation component, which is called the Price Index or the Deflator.
European Open: China’s GDP not as soft as expected
China’s growth data may not have been as good as it was, yet neither was it as bad as feared.
Asian Open: China’s GDP in focus today
The consensus view is for growth to have slowed in China’s GDP report today, leaving some to speculate that more stimulus could follow.
GBP strengthens as UK economy rises above pre-pandemic levels
The UK economy finally recouped losses from the pandemic in November. An Omicron hit in December shouldn't stop the BoE from hiking rates in February.
Antipodean data crushes expectations: What next for AUDUSD and NZDUSD?
Today's Antipodean data doubleheader has smashed expectations in an encore to this morning's FOMC meeting.
NZ Q3 GDP preview and what comes next for NZDUSD
Tomorrow's release of Q3 New Zealand GDP at 8.45 am (Sydney time) provides a steppingstone for traders looking to transition from the highly anticipated FOMC meeting into a busy Asian session.
AU Q3 GDP beat boosts the AUDUSD
Australian Q3 GDP fell by -1.9%, significantly beating market expectations for a -2.7% fall. The fall is the first quarter of negative growth since the 6.8% fall recorded in the June Quarter of 2020 and means the Australian economy is once again smaller than where it was pre the onset of the pandemic.
AU Q3 GDP preview and what Omicron means for the ASX200
Headlines on Friday that new cases of the Omicron variant had been detected in Hong Kong, enough to see the already teetering ASX200 fall 128 points, locking in a 1.6% loss on the week.
Q3 GDP much worse than Q2. But will it continue?
The Advanced look at Q3 GDP for the US was only 2% vs 6.7% in Q2
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Q2 GDP much worse than expected, but is it really that bad for traders?
Although GDP is a great economic data point for headlines, it isn’t a great “trading” number
Asian Open: FOMC Down, US GDP Next - Asian Markets Set to Bounce?
With a slightly hawkish FOMC meeting out of the way, we’re watching Asian equities as we suspect a corrective bounce is now on the cards.
NFP miss boosts the case for further upside in gold
Following the large beat by the ADP employment report last Thursday night, Fridays Non-Farm Payrolls data was rapidly elevated to the status of the most important economic number since the pandemic due to its ability to provide a more concrete timetable for tapering.
European Open: GBP Steady ahead of GDP, USD Rises into CPI
The pound is holding onto gains ahead of UK’s data dump at 7:00 BST, whilst the dollar corrects higher ahead of today’s inflation report.
Q1 GDP Surges, but that’s old news. Where to now?
Never underestimated the power of the American consumer.