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XE Market Analysis: North America - Sep 27, 2016

By: XE Market Analysis

Markets decided that Clinton had the edge in the first presidential debate of the campaign, which prompted rallies in the Mexican peso and Canadian dollar given Trump's anti-NAFTA stance and generally protectionist views on trade. The peso was off its highs but was showing just over a 1.5% advance on the dollar as of the early European PM session. Read more

XE Market Analysis: Europe - Sep 27, 2016

By: XE Market Analysis

The Mexican peso and the Canadian dollar rallied on what appears to be a generally perceived victory, at least from the perspective of financial markets, for Clinton in the first presidential debate of the campaign. Trump's protectionist views on trade (he said during the debate that NAFTA was the worse trade deal that the U.S. Read more

XE Market Analysis: Asia - Sep 26, 2016

By: XE Market Analysis

Risk-off conditions weighed on the dollar through the N.Y. morning session on Monday, though the unit bounced some following the London close. USD-JPY remained heavy into the close however, printing 100.25 lows. EUR-USD topped at 1.1279, though eased back under 1.1260, with the announcement of Italy's constitutional referendum (December 4) prompting some position squaring. Read more

Single family home sales add evidence to uptrend in housing

By: New_Deal_democrat

Normally the most reliable indicator for the housing market is permits, because it tends to slightly lead starts, and is much less volatile. Because of distortions in May and June 2015 all due to NYC, it has not been the case since then (although it should become more reliable again by next year, and the distorted YoY comparisons fade): New home sales have more often than not peaked before housing permits, but they too are more volatile and often heavily revised: So this morning's report on new home sales is particularly helpful. Read more

Market Nerves Keep Pound Under Pressure

By: xemarketanalysis

OVERVIEW Due to concerns over the Deutsche Bank’s financial health, shares across Europe have fallen. Germany's IFO Institute reported that companies were "clearly more optimistic" in September as their business climate index rose to 109.5, it’s highest since May. Bank of Japan Governor Kuroda said that the bank is ready to use every available tool to achieve its 2% inflation target however, a stronger Yen continues to act against their efforts. HIGHLIGHT The Pound is under pressure again as the negative risk sentiment fuels concerns over the recent Brexit-related headlines, sending the Pound down towards post-Brexit lows. US DOLLAR The Dollar is slightly weaker as investors position themselves cautiously ahead of tonight's first presidential debates. Read more

XE Market Analysis: North America - Sep 26, 2016

By: XE Market Analysis

The dollar traded generally weaker, losing over 0.5% to the yen, which outperformed amid a risk-off backdrop. USD-JPY fell to a 100.38 low, and EUR-USD a two-session high of 1.1281, aided by a much stronger than expected September German Ifo business expectations survey. Read more

XE Market Analysis: Europe - Sep 26, 2016

By: XE Market Analysis

The dollar has been trading generally softer in pre-European trade so far today. This follows the Fed signalling last week that prospects for a monetary policy tightening are further down the road than markets had been anticipating. USD-JPY edged out a two-session low of 100.70, and EUR-USD a two-session high of 1.1241. Read more

US Bond Market Week in Review: The Fed Faces a Modestly Growing Economy

By: HaleStewart

Currently, the NY and Atlanta Fed are predicting 3Q GDP growth of 2.3% and 2.9%, respectively. At Wednesday’s meeting, the Fed released their latest GDP predictions, which projected 1.8% growth in 2016. This is .2% below their June projections. Read more

US Equity and Economic Review: Housing is Solid, But the Market Is Again Hitting Resistance

By: HaleStewart

Housing dominated this week's news. On Tuesday, the Census reported that housing permits were down .4% M/M and 2.3% Y/Y. The same report showed housing starts decreased 5.8% M/M and rose .9% Y/Y. But the longer trend for both shows a relatively stable state since early 2015: On Thursday, the NAR reported that existing home sales declined .9% M/M but were up .8% M/M. Read more

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