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The Far Reach Of Upcoming China CPI Figures
Expectations are for inflation to have picked up in June, following a 4-month slump. The reasons for it are mostly internal, but a lot of analysts are following Chinese economic data closely to see what might happen when other economies reopen.
RBA Cites Uncertainty As Melbourne Back On Lockdown
At its July meeting this week, the Reserve Bank of Australia refrained from adjusting its monetary policy. This was in line with broad market expectations. Rates now remain at record lows of 0.25%.
USD Ticks Higher On Risk Aversion
The euro currency is trading mixed with prices confined within Monday’s range. In the short term charts, we see the euro holding on to the support area near 1.1261.
US Data Hot Streak Continues
The US has seen an encouraging streak of strong economic data recently.
USD Slips Amid A Risk On Rally
The euro currency made some gains on Monday as price action tried to break out from the triangle pattern.
Weekly Fundamental Bulletin: Economic Data To Improve In June
The latest manufacturing data from the United Kingdom for the month of June created some optimism. After a disastrous drop in the early months of this year, manufacturing is showing some stabilization.
The Week Ahead: The Clock Is Ticking
The pound sterling’s latest rebound could be short-lived for the lack of new development on the Brexit front. Unexpected cancellation of last Friday’s talks could only put fresh strain on an already tight schedule.
Trump Turns Up The Heat In 4th Of July Speech
Trump’s speech comes just days after the US jobs report for June rose to record levels. The NFP figure for the month came in at 4.8 million vs the 3.037 million expected.
What Would A Second Wave Mean For The World Economy?
The markets lost their appetite for risk in the latter part of June. This was mainly due to reports of increased cases of COVID-19 around the world, leading to fears of another lockdown.
Metals Breakout On Second Wave Fears
The yellow metal broke out to new 2020 highs this week as swelling concerns around the prospect of a second wave drove safe-haven inflows.
First Crude Inventories Drop In A Month
Oil markets managed to retain a positive tone this week as the latest data from the Energy Information Administration offered some support.
Investor Risk Sentiment Rises On Better Economic Data
The euro currency is holding on to a sideways pattern. Price action once again attempted to breakout above 1.1261 level of resistance.
USD Trades Mixed Heading Into Month End
The euro made attempts to rise above the resistance level of 1.1261 level on Monday. However, price action was trading weaker as the euro failed to breakout above the technical resistance.
Coming Up: UK, Spain & Canada GDP
As we are coming to the conclusion of the second quarter, we are about to hit a deluge of key economic data.
Weekly Fundamental Bulletin: Investors Eye US Payrolls Data
The new week starts off with China releasing its manufacturing and non-manufacturing PMI figures. On the manufacturing front, expectations are for PMIs to show a decline for the third consecutive month.
GBP Falling Amidst Second Wave Fears
UK PM Boris Johnson unveiled plans over the weekend to help support the economy in the ongoing post-lockdown recovery.
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