Fri, Aug 14, 2020 @ 06:05 GMT
Dollar continues to trade with a soft tone despite better than expected jobless claims data. The decline in claims data is seen more as a result of expiration USD 600 a week supplemental federal benefits, rather than the improvement...
European majors turn slightly stronger today, in mixed markets. Euro appears to be supported by news that US is refraining from tariffs hikes on Airbus subsidies retaliation. Though, except versus Yen, Euro's strength is not too convincing yet. Dollar...
Yen is trading as the worst performing today so far, as pressured by surge in US treasury yields. In particular, 10-year yield is above 0.68 handle in pre-markets and could even challenge 0.7% today. US futures also point to...
New Zealand Dollar tumbles broadly today as weighed down by double-whammy of RBNZ QE expansion and return to lockdown. The selloff in Kiwi is somewhat dragging down Aussie and Canadian too. On the other hand, Dollar is staging a...
The global financial markets continue to trade in full risk-on mode today. In particular, US futures point to sharply higher open as S&P 500 would likely take on new record high. Canadian Dollar is currently the strongest one for...
Asian markets surge broadly today, following the strong close in US stocks. DOW is finally catching up by a powerful break through June's high while S&P 500 is closing in on record high. Investors welcomed the news of falling...
Markets continue to tread water today with little movements. European indices are fluctuating in tight range between gain and loss. US futures point to mildly higher open. In the currency markets, most major pairs and crosses are stuck in...
The week starts with a rather subdued tone without much activity. It's National Day of Singapore while Japan is also on Mountain Day holiday. There is also no further price movements on US-China tensions. Major forex pairs and crosses...
Dollar was under pressure most of the week on risk-on sentiments. NASDAQ gapped higher and marched to new record highs. Nevertheless, the greenback staged a notable comeback after combination move by the US administration against the Chinese Communist Party,...
Reactions to the better than expected job data from US and Canada are rather muted. The greenback is currently trying to extend recovery. Yet, it's still the worst performing one for the week. Eyes remain on developments of US-China...
The markets turn into mild risk-off mode in Asia, after US President Donald Trump stepped up the tech war with China, by banning TikTok and WeChat. Commodity currencies are generally lower as lead by Australian Dollar. On the other...
Sterling remain remains the strongest one for today, as it's maintaining post BoE gains. Nevertheless, there is no apparent follow through buying after the initial surge. On the other hand, Dollar appears to be stabilizing mildly, and it's receiving...
Sterling strengthens generally today after BoE stands pat. Even though investments remained weak, the central offered some optimism in the way that spending recovered significantly. At this point, Euro is the second strongest, followed by Yen. New Zealand Dollar...
Dollar's selloff intensifies in early US session after ADP job report hugely missed expectations. The strong upward revision in prior month's figure just make the picture looks worse, exaggeration the steep slowdown in labor market rebound. At this point,...
Dollar is back in selloff mode again after rebound attempt failed. The broad based trend against the greenback is clear, with gold hitting new record high above 2000 handle. WTI crude oil is also back above 41, pressing 42...
Dollar is having another rally attempt today and appears to be making some progress, at least against the relatively weaker Sterling. At this point, Swiss Franc is the strongest one, followed by the greenback. Australian Dollar is also firm...
Dollar turns soft again after momentum for rebound faded quickly. Euro and Swiss Franc are back in control even though they're still generally range bound. Australian Dollar is following closely after RBA stands pat as widely expected. Recovery is...
Dollar starts the month with a much firmer footing, trading broadly higher as the strongest one so far. The rally is particular against Swiss Franc, which is currently the weakest one. Yet the greenback will firstly need to overcome...
Trading in forex markets is rather subdued today in overall mixed mood. Better than expected manufacturing data provides little lift to sentiments. Coronavirus curfew in Australia's Victoria state is also shrugged off. Instead, traders are generally cautious ahead of...
Dollar's selloff extended last week, after rather uneventful Fed meeting. The decline was particularly serious against generally strong European majors. Sterling ended as the strongest one this time, followed by Euro and Swiss Franc. While the greenback was weak,...
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