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Biden Threatens To Punish UK
The key takeaways from the FOMC meeting saw the Fed committed to more asset purchases. In addition, it signaled no interest rate increases until at least the end of 2023.
Oil Higher As US Crude Inventories Fall
Crude oil prices have traded higher across the week, recouping some of the losses suffered over the prior week. This week’s gains have been driven mainly by a bullish report from the EIA.
All Eyes On The Fed Today
The euro currency is on track to post the first daily decline in five days. The declines come after a steady bout of daily gains. Prices briefly rose to the 1.1900 handle, but the common currency quickly reversed gains.
Dollar Starts To Weaken Ahead Of Fed Meeting
The euro currency has been trading higher for the most part since the markets opened on Monday. Price action is on track, inching closer to Friday’s highs. But a close above 1.1900 could confirm further upside in prices.
German September ZEW Survey To Show Continued Optimism?
Getting a handle on the market reaction to the German Economic Sentiment Indicator by ZEW is notoriously complicated. Often, the market will not react immediately following the data release.
Weekly Fundamental Bulletin: Fed & BoE Meetings
The revised Q2 GDP data from the eurozone had some good news. Economic activity fell at a slower pace than initially reported. The Eurozone’s GDP fell at a pace of 11.8% compared to the initial reports that showed a 12.1% decline.
The Week Ahead: One Step Forward, Two Steps Back
Boris Johnson’s Internal Market Bill, which could override the withdrawal agreement in regards to Irish borders could wage another tug-of-war with the EU.
EU Threatens Legal Action On Controversial UK Bill
Post-Brexit trade deal talks are set to resume today after the UK and EU failed to agree on terms.
Oil Falls On Surprise Inventories Increase
Crude oil prices have seen steady selling this week, fuelled in part by a bearish report from the Energy Information Administration.
Upcoming BOC & ECB Rate Decisions: Time For Policy Change?
There is speculation that the ECB might follow the Fed in announcing an average inflation target. This would be interpreted as dovish.
FedEx Shares Rally Despite Weak Earnings
The premarket spike is holding into the first trading hour...
Potential Market Reaction To Japan, EU & UK GDP
After just over a month of almost steady growth, the markets took a bit of correction towards the end of the last trading week. Part of that is due to the extended weekend. US traders were away on holiday, and investors didn’t want to be exposed.
Weekly Fundamental Bulletin: ECB & BOC Policy Meetings
It was a busy week for the Australian dollar. The Reserve bank of Australia held its monetary policy meeting last week.
Gold & Silver Slump On Dollar Rally
Despite some initial highs seen earlier in the week, buying pressure has reversed in the yellow metal for the week. This caused the safe-haven to go negative on the week following a large sell-off on Wednesday.
An Unpleasant Day On Wall Street
US stocks dipped on Thursday as all three major indices closed lower.
USD Gains For A Second Day
The euro currency is posting losses and is down over 0.70% intraday.
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