(Week of 23th - 27th) October 2023
24 October 2023
On October 24, 2023, the financial markets are poised for significant developments as a series of high-impact news announcements are on the horizon. The United Kingdom is gearing up to unveil its Claimant Count Change data, while...
(Week of 9th - 13th) October 2023
11 October 2023
On October 11, 2023, the United States is scheduled to release both the Core Producer Price Index month-over-month (m/m) and the Producer Price Index m/m. Additionally, the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) Meeting Minutes will...
(Week of 18th - 22th) September 2023
19 September 2023
Australia is set to unveil its Monetary Policy Meeting Minutes on September 19, 2023, while Canada will simultaneously release its Consumer Price Index (CPI) data.
AUD- Monetary Policy Meeting Minutes
The Monetary Policy Meeting...
Week of 7th - 11th AUGUST 2023
9 August 2023
On August 9th, two high-impact announcements are scheduled:
China CPI y/y
New Zealand Inflation Expectations q/q
China CPI y/y
In June, China experienced a slide into deflationary territory as consumer prices remained flat...
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Dollar weakens despite stronger than expected GDP data
US stock market rebounded on Friday boosted by stronger than expected GDP report. The S&P 500 rose 0.5% to record high 2939.88, ending 1.2% higher for the week. Dow Jones industrial advanced 0.3% to 26543.33. The Nasdaq gained 0.3% to fresh...
Dollar declines on existing homes sales fall
US stock market edged higher on Monday on mixed data after reopening following Easter Holiday. The S&P 500 added 0.1% to 2907.97 as the Chicago Fed national activity index rose to negative 0.15 in March from negative 0.31 in February. Dow Jones...
Preparing for the meeting of the Bank of Mexico
In this review, we suggest considering the personal composite instrument (PCI) “Silver vs. MXN”. It reflects the price dynamics of silver against the Mexican peso. Will the XAGMXN rise?
Such dynamics indicate an increase in silver prices and the...
Preparing for a new Brexit vote
On Tuesday, March 12, 2019, the House of Commons may vote on terms of the UK’s exit from the European Union. Is there a possibility for a big EURGBP change?
Such dynamics indicate the weakening of the euro and the strengthening of the British pound. On March 11...
New facts of the slowdown in Chinese economy
In this review, we suggest considering the personal composite instrument (PCI) “&CNHJPY”. It reflects the price dynamics of the Chinese yuan against the Japanese yen. Will the CNHJPY fall?
Such dynamics are observed in case of the weakening of the...
There is a progress in US-China negotiations
Progress in US - China trade negotiations provoked an increase in global stock indices. Quotations for Nikkei will increase or not?
Chinese President Xi Jinping said that the US-China trade negotiations will continue this week. He expressed the hope...
Strong labor market data bullish for SP500
US new jobs grew and worker compensation remained at 10-year high in September. Will the SP500 recovery continue?
Recent US economic data were positive: the employment cost index remained at 2.8% over year in September, a 10-year high. Private sector...
EURUSD. Reports Wednesday October 24 confirmed that the economic slowdown which has been plaguing the countries in Southern Europe is moving north. The German Manufacturing PMI (M/M) was down to 45.7 from 47.4 last month. The Services PMI slipped to 49.3 from last month's 49.7. Continuing, the...
British MPC Meeting Minutes revealed that another member of the MPC, Martin Weale, voted in favor of rate hike. This added pressure raises the chances of a rate hike sooner than later, but it’s important to note that the meeting was held well before the horrible GDP figure. Is this a chance to...
The euro declined to a fresh 8-month low against the dollar on Thursday, breaking below the 1.3586 post-U.S. jobs data low made last week after the release of fourth-quarter GDP data for Germany and the eurozone, which came in below the economists' predictions and cast doubts over the pace of...