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Week Ahead: Crude Oil Returns To Focus
While the coronavirus continues to infect at an alarming rate, a new focus has emerged which is also helping steer the markets: Crude Oil.
NFP Data Was Bad, But The Worst Is Yet To Come
Nonfarm Payrolls (NFP) released today was -701,000 vs an expectation of -100,000 and a revised +275,000 in February.
Saudi Arabia And Russia Throw Cold Oil On Trump's Tweets
On a daily timeframe, the RSI moved back into neutral territory. Price stalled right at horizontal resistance and began pulling back as the “details” of Trump's tweet began to circulate.
Just When You Thought Initial Claims Couldn’t Be Any Worse
The US Initial Claims figure for the week ending March 28th rose to 6,648,000 vs an estimate of 3,500,000 and the previous weeks revised figure of 3,680,000! Does it even matter what the actual number is?
US Initial Claims – Is It Possible To Be Higher Than Last Week?
Tomorrow, the US releases Nonfarm Payroll data. Expectations are for a change of -100,000 jobs. The unemployment rate is expected to uptick from 3.5% to 3.8%.
EUR/JPY Offers Volatility, Without Much USD Correlation
Over the last 4 trading days, EUR/JPY has traded lower from 121.08 to today’s lows near 116.96, down almost 1.5% today alone.
AUD/USD Could Move Lower If Stocks Can’t Bounce Higher
For all the talk we got about month-end buying because of pension fund rebalancing, it turned out to be a quiet day, comparatively speaking.
Is There A Better Currency To Trade Vs GBP Than USD?
GBP/USD still has yet to break above, however, the pair may just be consolidating before a move higher.
Is China In A Recovery?
In a few hours, China will release their “Official” NBS Manufacturing PMI data for March. The expectation is for a reading of 45, which is still in contraction territory.
South African Rand Hits Record Low
The South African Rand fell to 18.05 vs US Dollar as Moodys cut the country’s rating to junk, one level below investment grade, and kept the outlook negative.
Week Ahead: The “New Normal”
The coronavirus and the economic fallout will continue to be the main driver of the markets this week.
BoC Slashes Rates To 0.25%
It seems like it was only a matter of time before the Bank of Canada (BoC) made another inter-meeting move and cut rates by 50bps from 0.75% to 0.25%, falling in line with other major central banks around the globe.
GBP/USD In 400 Pip Range
GBP/USD is in a 400-pip range today and up 2.5% as the Bank of England held their scheduled monetary policy meeting earlier today and left rates unchanged at 0.1%, as expected.
Initial Claims Atrocious, Stimulus Vote Still To Come
Initial Jobless Claims were released earlier today, and the number was not pretty.
Initial Claims Expectations Are Unimaginable
Thursday’s Initial Jobless Claims for the week ending March 21st are going to be something we have never seen before.
DXY May Be Ready To Resume Move Higher
The US Senate and White House reach finally reached a bi-partisan fiscal stimulus deal worth an estimated $2 trillion.
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