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Battered and bruised

Battered and bruised It was a tough week for the markets leaving many participants battered and bruised, but the great thing about this industry, is we get to do it all over again next week. US 10y yields went on to test 3.0% Friday after a string of constructive  US data, and Fed speaks supported […]

OANDA Market Insights podcast (episode 31)

OANDA Senior Market Analysts Craig Erlam reviews the week’s business and market news with Jazz FM Business Breakfast presenter Jonny Hart. This week’s big stories: Turkey rates rocket, Sterling up on Brexit hopes, Carney house price warning, Beijing welcomes trade talks offer. Trade Tensions Return as US Tariffs on China Lift Dollar Posted 2 minutes […]

Draghi remains confident about eurozone economy

The first signs of an impending global financial crisis were clear long before Lehamn Brothers collapsed, European Central Bank (ECB) President Mario Draghi said on Thursday. Speaking at a post-policy meeting press conference in Frankfurt, Draghi told reporters: “For us, the crisis actually started before Lehman. The first serious signs of an impending crisis actually date back […]

CBRT takes the focus off BoE and ECB meetings

Turkish central bank needs aggressive hike to settle investors Markets are trading relatively flat ahead of a slew of central bank meetings on Thursday, with the BoE, ECB and CBRT all scheduled to make interest rate decisions. While the Bank of England and European Central Bank would typically steal the spotlight, it’s actually the Central […]

Will we get fireworks from BoE and ECB?

What to expect from a not-so-super Thursday Thursday has the potential to be another interesting day in the markets, with interest rate decisions due from both the Bank of England and the European Central Bank. It’s not often that we hear from two major central banks on the same day, let alone around the same […]

BoJ’s new script supports the carry-trade

Tuesday July 31: Five things the markets are talking about Sovereign government bonds prices have rallied overnight as the Bank of Japan (BoJ) again committed to keep its “ultra-loose” monetary policy intact. As expected, Japanese policy makers tweaked some policies, but signalled rates to stay low for an “extended period of time.” In respect to […]

Yen buoyed as inflation tops estimates

Tokyo prices rise most in four months This morning’s release of consumer prices in Tokyo saw the biggest rise in four months. Prices rose 0.9% y/y, beating economists’ estimates of a mere 0.5% increase by a large margin. Prices in June were 0.6% higher than a year earlier. This contrasts with the national reading for […]

Risk on as US and Europe avert trade battle

Trump/Juncker meeting has results European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker did not come away from Washington empty-handed. The two presidents reached an accord which included expanding imports of US liquefied natural gas and soybeans while reducing industrial tariffs on each side. Previously, Trump had threatened to impose a 25% tariff on imports of European cars. If […]

Will ECB offer any surprises on Thursday?

Euro climbs ahead of ECB meeting While we may not look back at the ECB meeting on Thursday as one of the defining moments in the eurozone’s long recovery from the global financial and debt crises, or even remember it much at all for that matter, that doesn’t mean there won’t be anything to take […]

Live FX Market Analysis – 24 July 2018

In this week’s FX webinar, Senior Market Analyst Craig Erlam discusses the latest events that are moving financial markets – Trump attacks the Fed, Brexit plans widely criticized etc – and previews the week ahead. Craig also gives his live analysis on EURUSD (9:22), GBPUSD (11:48), EURGBP (18:45), AUDUSD (19:34), USDCAD (21:04), GBPCAD (22:14), NZDUSD […]