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XE Market Analysis: Europe - Nov 14, 2017

By: XE Market Analysis

The dollar majors have been trading mixed, with EUR-USD opening in the London interbank market on a bid following above-forecast German GDP data, pushing to early-November highs near 1.1690, while USD-JPY has continued to flat-line around 113.60-65 -- a directionless pattern that has been concomitant with relative stability in global stock markets. Read more

XE Market Analysis: Sterling and May Under Pressure

By: xemarketanalysis

OVERVIEW Political concerns are weighing heavily on the Pound with Brexit risks increasing. US Dollar is quiet so far, sentiment looks slightly soft due to tax reform doubts. IMF says Europe's growth is "stronger" and warns disruptive Brexit could result in "appreciably" lower growth. Read more

XE Market Analysis: Asia - Nov 13, 2017

By: XE Market Analysis

The dollar started the N.Y. week on a softer footing, though the DXY managed to edge slightly higher through the session. EUR-USD was capped under last week's 1.1677 top, before turning sideways near 1.1660. USD-JPY managed modest gains as Wall Street erased early losses. Read more

XE Market Analysis: North America - Nov 13, 2017

By: XE Market Analysis

The dollar has been mostly firming in early-week trading, the main exception being the case against the yen, which has outperformed amid declines in most global stock markets. The narrow trade-weighted USD index(DXY) was showing a 0.2% gain, as of the late London AM session, at 94.61, earlier logging an intraday high at 94.64, which is 1 pip shy of Friday's peak. Read more

XE Market Analysis: Europe - Nov 13, 2017

By: XE Market Analysis

The dollar has been mixed in early-week trading so far, losing ground to an outperforming dollar while edging higher versus the euro and some other currencies, the pound in particular, which has come under general pressure amid political uncertainty. Most stock markets, outside China, came under pressure in Asia, following Wall Street's lead, where investors are unclear about the scale of tax reform in the U.S. Read more

International Economic Week in Review: A Very Light Week of News

By: HaleStewart

This was a light week of news. Markit released their latest services and composite indicators for the EU. While both dropped (the former by .8 to 55, the latter by .7 to 56), each remains at expansionary levels. More importantly, overall production was very strong: France’s number was 57.4; Germany’s was 56; Spain’s was 55.1 (especially impressive considering the country is in the middle of constitutional crisis); Italy’s was 53.9. Read more

US Economic Week in Review: The Economy is in Good Shape

By: HaleStewart

            There was little economic news this week for the U.S., which makes this an appropriate time to review some leading and coincident indicators to assess the current situation in the U.S. economy. Read more

US Bond Market Week in Review: The Fixed Income Market is Very Healthy

By: HaleStewart

This was a light week for U.S. bond market news. There were no speeches of consequence, nor economic releases that have an impact on Fed policy. But there were some interesting movements in the fixed income markets, especially in the high-yield area. Read more

Weekly Indicators: short term strength, long term crosscurrents edition

By: New_Deal_democrat

October data was limited to University of Michigan consumer sentiment, which declined but is still near peak levels for this expansion. The September JOLTS survey showed a decline in openings, hires, and layoffs, with an increase in quits. In the longer term the trend in openings and quits continues positive, while hires and quits are flat, and layoffs are increasing. Read more

XE Market Analysis: Asia - Nov 10, 2017

By: XE Market Analysis

The dollar remained under some pressure in N.Y. trade on Friday, alowing the DXY to print 12-session lows of 94.26, just above its 20-day moving average of 94.24. Wall Street was heavy as well, though yields held firm. Optimism over tax reform has faded this week, with House and Senate proposals still far away from each other, which have wieghed on U.S. Read more


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