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New Fed Chief To Be Revealed This Week
Before Thanksgiving, the world will find out who wins the horse race between Jerome Powell and Lael Brainard to be the next Fed chair.
Inflation Inches Higher With Lower Consumers’ Confidence, What Assets Will Benefit?
With wage growth now running below inflation and pandemic government transfers winding down, consumer sentiment fell sharply in November.
US Inflation Data May Further Accelerate And Fed Will Allow That
After the US reported better-than-expected nonfarm payroll data last Friday, the country’s CPI data for October will be due this week.
Fed Expected To Taper This Week As Inflation Pressure Weighs On
Fed policymakers’ meeting this week is expected to decide to scale back their massive bond-purchase program as the economy continues to recover from the pandemic.
China’s Q3 GDP Slowed To 4.9%, Power Shortages And Supply-Chain Worsen
Despite the steep downturn in the third quarter, China's policymakers appear to be reasonably upbeat about the economy's challenges.
A Weak NFP Won’t Delay Fed’s Taper Plan, But Who Will Benefit?
A higher interest rate environment is expected, as the Fed has set the tapering timeline to happen within this year. If anyone were to benefit from such an environment, it would have to be the financial services sectors and banks.
Watch Dollar’s Upside After Jobs Report This Friday!
As the Fed has made the message very clear that tapering is going to happen within the year, the payroll data this Friday will become a crucial gauge.
Why Wall Street Loves The Dollar Now
The road to higher Treasury yields finally appears to be clearing up as the Fed edges closer to ending emergency pandemic policies. This is certainly good news to the greenback.
10 Key Factors You Need To Know About The FOMC Meeting
The Fed said that it will “soon” start tapering its asset purchases, with Powell indicating that it could start in November and end in mid-2022.
Dollar To Move Higher Amid Risks And FOMC
Stocks and US equity futures fell Monday, hurt by a slump in Hong Kong property developers and jitters ahead of the Federal Reserve meeting that’s expected to hint at moving toward paring stimulus. This caused the dollar to rise.
What US Jobs Report Can Tell Us About Fed And Dollar’s Direction?
This week, the market’s focus shifts from US to global, as central banks from around the world reveal their rate decisions.
Jobs Report Signals Fed’s Tapering Is Near
The jobs data beat expectations last week, which led to both gold and silver selling off into the close. This morning we are seeing the overhang of that as perhaps those traders, who are a bit late to the party, are panic selling.
Downside Risk To Spike During NFP This Week Amid Delta Variant Spread
August has a history of sudden spikes in volatility. With many areas of the world now experiencing an uptick in COVID and the CBOE’s Volatility Index creeping higher, this seems like something to watch out for.
Prepare For High Volatility As The Fed Meeting Is Coming
It’s a currency seasonality thing for sure: the market gets calmer in June, only for price action to turn more volatile in July to August. It seems like 2021 could be another year that the Fed is going to take charge here.
Oil Supply & Risk Sentiment Suggest More Upside For Dollar
There is more upside for the dollar in the near term as the OPEC+ agreement to increase oil supplies, weigh on energy companies in Asia and add to the negative tone from last week’s equities close.
China’s GDP & Powell’s Speech May Show That Global Growth Has Peaked
China’s second-quarter gross domestic product is forecasted to grow 7.9% from one year earlier as base effects, related to the pandemic fade. This is a slowdown from the 18.3% pace in the first quarter.
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