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El-Erian anticipates earlier hikes from ECB

The European Central Bank (ECB) could be prompted to raise interest rates sooner than planned against a backdrop of inflation and divergent monetary policy, according to Allianz’s Chief Economic Advisor, Mohamed El-Erian. “It wouldn’t surprise me if they (the ECB) start hiking in the middle of summer (2019), as opposed to the end of the […]

Italy and China drag markets lower

Markets lower as we head towards quiet US session A bank holiday in the US and Canada on Monday should ensure we see thin trade at the start of the week, with news flow and economic releases from that side of the pond also likely being fairly muted. Of course we can never account for […]

Money FM with Craig Erlam – Italy, Brexit, USMCA

Why is Italy threatening to sue the EU? And will disagreements over the Irish border sink Brexit?  Michael Switow from Money FM asks Oanda’s Craig Erlam. Dollar Stronger Ahead of Jobs Report OANDA Market Beat Podcast Posted 2 minutes ago USD/JPY – Yen rebounds, investors eye Japanese consumer reports Posted 6 minutes ago Strong USD […]

Italy fears remain, May to reassure on Brexit

Investors unconvinced by promises to trim Italian deficit It’s been a slightly more positive start to trading on Wednesday as investors welcome reports that the Italian government will seek to reduce the deficit over the next few years. This follows a week in which the populist coalition government has embarked on a collision course with […]

Italian spending plans and euro commitment weigh

USMCA boost short-lived US stock markets are expected to open around half a percent lower on Tuesday, reversing much of Monday’s gains as investors quickly move on from the positive trade developments in North America. Investors were clearly buoyed by the USMCA announcement at the start of the week, with the deal removing one of […]

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 […]

Asia market midday market note

Hang Seng Index After a positive start during the morning trading session, risk continues to wobble on the heavily subscribed HSI. Don’t mistake short side profit-taking for a reverse in negative sentiment as this market is far from bullish on Asia risk. Despite positive developments on the US-China trade front, the playbook remains unchanged, and […]

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 […]

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 […]