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    Powell’s Brooking November 2nd FOMC Press Conference

    In Fed Chairman Powell’s press conference after the FOMC meeting on 2nd November, he said that incoming data suggests that the ultimate level of rates will be higher than previously anticipated. In...
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    Australian inflation fell but just ‘weight’ a minute

    Australian inflation rose only to 6.9% y/y, down from a peak of 7.4% and lower than the 7.5% expected. Housing, food and non-alcoholic beverages and transport were most significant contributors. CPI...
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    This week’s currency pair, USD/CNH

    This week will bring a lot of US macroeconomic data and speech from US Fed Chairman Powell, which should give the markets a clearer direction of where the Fed may be headed next regarding monetary...
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    EUR/JPY Eyes Breakout – Xtreamforex

    The US out on holiday, there’s not much point in discussing the dollar. Instead, something that could move during the Asian hours. The Japanese yen.

    After being the weakest of major currencies for...
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    FOMC Minutes, Fed Hiking Rates slowly

    At the November 2nd FOMC meeting, members unanimously agreed to hike the Fed Funds rate by 75bps to bring the key rate to 3.75%-4.0%.The statement from the meeting said members agreed that ongoing...
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    RBNZ seen raising rates by historic 75 bps

    Whilst there has been some less expectations that inflation around parts of the world have topped out, recent data for New Zealand is remining us that inflation can remain at elevated levels for...
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    Japan’s Inflation hits the ‘40-year high

    Despite the BOJ’s best efforts to contain inflation, prices are indeed rising.

    Nationwide inflation rose to its highest levels since 1984 at 3.7% y/y and core inflation is also at 3.6%. If food...
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    US Consumer Remains Strong

    Equity markets in Europe are back in the red yesterday, while the US looks largely unchanged around the open on Wall Street.
    Reports of missile strikes in Poland on Tuesday naturally caused a...
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    Markets Position, The lower-than-expected US inflation

    The lower-than-expected US inflation print simply extended with economic data serving as an accelerator. European stocks add a normal 0.6% but US indices open with very solid 0.9-2.5% gains. The US...
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    AUD/USD – Australian Dollar US Dollar

    The Australian dollar is in negative territory, after posting huge gains last week. In the European session, AUD/USD was trading at 0.6690, down 0.22%. US Dollar took a nasty spill last week, and the...
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    United Kingdom Inflation Rate

    The UK GDP revealed that the economy shrank by only 0.2% in 3rd Quarter, which means that a contraction of more than 0.55% may be needed in the last three months of the year for the BoE’s forecast of...
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    US Consumer Sentiment and Elections

    Officially which party has won control of the Congress is still not known. The trends and projections, the results are pretty much in line with what was expected. Republicans take control of the...
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    How to Profit From US Inflation: Investment Options

    US inflation is expected to soften slightly – as markets have positioned themselves for it to do so. But that also presents opportunities for traders. The inflation prints as a proxy for Fed policy....
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    US CPI Preview CPI to remain elevated

    The September headline inflation was 8.2% YoY, higher than expectations of 8.1% YoY, however lower than the August reading of 8.3% YoY. The Core CPI reading was higher than expected at 6.6% YoY vs...
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    Australian Business and Consumer Sentiment

    Business reported another strong month of sales and profitability, although a dip in new orders and rising costs weighed on sentiment. Whilst consumer-driven demand remains high, National Australian...
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    Federal Reserve issues FOMC statement

    Last week passed without any major movement. The main event was FOMC meeting of the US Federal Reserve at which it was unanimously decided to raise the key rate by 75 basis points to 4.00%. The...
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    Another FED Hawkish 75bp Hike Rates

    Fed hiked rates by 75bp as highly expected. Powell delivered a hawkish message, emphasizing the need to tighten financial conditions further. We have not seen Fed make significant progress towards...
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    FOMC Meeting, Expected Hike 75bps

    The FOMC will conclude it’s monetary policy today. The expectation is that traders are pricing in nearly 90% odds of a 75bps interest rate hike, an expectation that was supported by the Wall Street...
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    Euro area annual inflation up to 10.7% – European Union

    Eurostat’s preliminary estimate indicated an acceleration of annual inflation in the euro region from 9.9% immediately to 10.7%. Economists are expecting no change, and the difference of 0.8 points...
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    The RBA with a 25bp hike Expected

    The RBA is set to hold their November meeting tomorrow and whilst the consensus is for a 25bp hike, it doesn’t mean they won’t do a 50bp one instead. Economists favor a 25bp hike, although money...
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    EUR USD | Euro US Dollar News

    EUR/USD continues to power forward and has breached the parity line for the first time since 20th September. The euro is red hot, having gained 2.1% this week, as the USD has hit a dump in the road...
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    Bank Of Canada Hike Rate by 75 BPS

    The Bank of Canada interest rate decision meeting will be held on Wednesday, October 26th. BOC Governor Macklem will follow with a press conference beginning at 11:00 ET.

    BOC hiked rates by 75bps...
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    Canadian Inflation Higher than Expected

    Canadian CPI for September was 6.9% YoY vs and expectation of 6.8% YoY and an August reading of 7%. The headline number was higher than expectations, it was the third straight month the inflation...
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    NZ CPI Review: OCR Now Expected to Peak at 5%

    It is expected that the official Cash Rate to reach a peak of 5% for this cycle and also a 75 basis point hike to 4.25% at the upcoming November Monetary Policy Statement, a step up from the 50 basis...
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    EUR/USD displays a rangebound structure around 0.9700 ahead of US Inflation

    EUR/USD moved sideways along the 0.9700 horizon as markets waited for the release of US inflation data last week. October 14th the Department of Labor Statistics of the country published fresh values...
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