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Oil takes a hit as recession and Covid fears loom
The German ZEW and the continued on again/off again lockdowns in China are contributing to fears of a global slowdown or recession.
China set to reopen; Good news for the Yuan?
China is back and looking to move forward. With some help from the government, the trough in the PMI data may be behind us.
China lockdowns hit PMI data
The lockdowns in China have led to weaker manufacturing and services data. Is this just the beginning or is there more to come?
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Gold continues selloff as China manufacturing data worsens
Until confidence returns that prices from China will move higher, Gold may begin trading in a range.
Johnson stays the course with Plan B; EUR/GBP looks sick
If it is true, as Boris Johnson predicts, that the Omicron variant can be contained and there won’t be further restrictions or lockdowns, it should make for a bullish Pound
US open: Positive tone on Wall Street ahead of a busy week
Market participants are feeling optimistic at the start of the week, with major indices in Europe rising and US stocks poised to open moderately higher and near record high territory
What does Plan B mean for UK markets?
The UK government could be about to trigger Plan B and unleash a new wave of restrictions. We look at how markets are responding and explain how to prepare.
“Release Crude from SPRs” trade shifts to “fears of lower demand from covid” trade
Now there are new fears creeping into the markets: that a 4th wave of the coronavirus may be hitting parts of Europe
10 Central Banks – Where they stand towards normalizing policy
With the world beginning to gain control over the coronavirus pandemic, watch for central banks to continue to normalize monetary policy
Lower coronavirus cases, higher IMF projections boosts GBP
The IMF upgraded growth for the UK for 2021 to 7%
US open: Will stocks continue yesterday’s selloff?
Traders look to buy the dip after coronavirus resurgence fears gripped the markets
Global Stock Indices slide as Delta variant, China, and Crude Oil weight on markets; USD/CAD higher
With the large selloff in global stock market indices today, traders may turn cautious on risk.
Lots of moving parts for GBP/USD
With all the economic, political, social issues to consider in the US and the UK this summer, direction may be tough to determine in GBP/USD
Sweden’s in trouble, and it has nothing to do with Euro 2020
With the current political situation in Sweden and the Riksbank meeting this week, USD/SEK could be in for some volatility.
Currency Pair of the Week: GBP/USD
With the reopening of the UK underway and the reopening of the US in full swing, the British Pound may outperform the US Dollar.
FX 2nd Quarter Outlook: DXY, EUR/USD, GBP/USD, USD/JPY, EUR/GBP
With vaccine rollouts and US stimulus checks in hand, the second quarter is expected to boom.
BOAO Forum: Key themes to watch from the “Asian Davos”
The two most important themes to watch will be the discussion around carbon neutrality and the COVID-19 vaccine...
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EUR/USD at key inflection point
Traders need to consider when the “pricing in” of the vaccine has reached its peak
Euro high on vaccines
If the vaccine news out of Europe continues to be positive, the Euro may continue to move higher
European vaccines will eventually get there: EUR/GBP
Despite the current lockdowns in Europe, the vaccine news to is positive for the Euro.
EUR/USD retests 1.19 as Europe punts Astrazeneca decision to Thursday
Europe is at least a month or two behind the US and UK in vaccinating its population...
ECB Preview: Will the ECB be all bark and no bite?
Increasing bond purchases and talking down rates may already be priced into the market.
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