United Kingdom PPI Core Output (MoM) n.s.a below forecasts (0.1%) in October: Actual (-0.1%)
United Kingdom Producer Price Index - Output (MoM) n.s.a came in at -0.1%, below expectations (0%) in October
United Kingdom DCLG House Price Index (YoY) below forecasts (1.5%) in September: Actual (1.3%)
United Kingdom Producer Price Index - Input (YoY) n.s.a below forecasts (-4.9%) in October: Actual (-5.1%)
United Kingdom Producer Price Index - Input (MoM) n.s.a below forecasts (-1.2%) in October: Actual (-1.3%)
United Kingdom Producer Price Index - Output (YoY) n.s.a registered at 0.8%, below expectations (0.9%) in October
United Kingdom Consumer Price Index (MoM) below forecasts (-0.1%) in October: Actual (-0.2%)
United Kingdom Consumer Price Index (YoY) below expectations (1.6%) in October: Actual (1.5%)
United Kingdom PPI Core Output (YoY) n.s.a came in at 1.3% below forecasts (1.5%) in October
United Kingdom Retail Price Index (YoY) below forecasts (2.2%) in October: Actual (2.1%)
United Kingdom Core Consumer Price Index (YoY) in line with forecasts (1.7%) in October
United Kingdom Retail Price Index (MoM) registered at -0.2%, below expectations (-0.1%) in October
In opinion of FX Stragists at UOB Group, Cable’s downside looks mitigated and it should trade within a sideline theme instead in the next weeks. Key Q
Today leading into the CPI data cable has taken a dip lower. The reading is projected to be slightly higher than lasts months reading but we have seen
The greenback buying interest picked up some additional pace in the last hour and lifted the USD/CAD pair back above mid-1.3200s, or fresh one-month t
FX Strategists at UOB Group noted EUR/USD remains under pressure but a breach of the 1.0970 level looks unlikely in the near term. Key Quotes 24-hour
The selling bias around the European currency stays well and sound so far this week, with EUR/USD now putting the key support at 1.10 the figure to th
Daniel Been, analyst at ANZ, suggests that further AUD weakness is increasingly contingent on the RBA easing policy in 2020. Key Quotes “While a trade
Analysts at TD Securities are looking for the US headline inflation to remain unchanged at 1.7% y/y in October, partly aided by an increase in energy
The once troy of the yellow metal is up marginally early in the European trading hours, navigating the area below $1,460 amidst a better mood in the d
The NZD/USD pair held on its post-RBNZ strong gains to over one-week tops, with bulls looking to extend the momentum further beyond the 0.6400 handle.
The US stocks benchmark closed around Monday’s levels yesterday, following a narrow trade range and with all the attention on the US-China trade front
Sweden Consumer Price Index (YoY) meets forecasts (1.6%) in October
Sweden Consumer Price Index (MoM) in line with expectations (0%) in October
Gold edged higher through the early European session on Wednesday and built on the previous session's late rebound from three-month lows. A fresh wave
Today, we have an all-important release of US CPI for the month of October, which is likely to attract most attention. Here are the expectations of an
According to analysts at Deutsche Bank, Powell’s testimony before the Joint Economic Committee of Congress at 4pm GMT will garner some attention today
The USD/JPY pair reversed an early dip to weekly lows, with bulls making a fresh attempt to build on the momentum further beyond the 109.00 round-figu
Danske Bank analysts point out that in the US and the UK, CPI figures for October are due out and will be key economic release for the markets. Key Qu
EUR/USD is moving ever so slowly to the downside and this may be frustrating many traders, but can be explained by the density of technical levels. Ho
The AUD/USD pair staged a modest rebound from over two-week lows, albeit seemed struggling to extend the momentum further beyond mid-0.6800s. The pair
E.Tanuwidjaja, Economist at UOB Group, reviewed the recent figures of domestic and foreign direct investment in Indonesia. Key Quotes “Investment real
Germany Harmonized Index of Consumer Prices (MoM) meets expectations (0.1%) in October
Germany Consumer Price Index (YoY) meets forecasts (1.1%) in October
Germany Harmonized Index of Consumer Prices (YoY) meets expectations (0.9%) in October
Germany Consumer Price Index (MoM) in line with forecasts (0.1%) in October
According to analysts at Standard Chartered, China’s M1 growth is an effective leading indicator of the underlying growth momentum and outlook for rea
The cost of living in the UK as represented by the consumer price index (CPI) for October is due later on Wednesday at 0930 GMT. The headline CPI infl
Analysts at TD Securities are looking for the UK’s CPI to slip from 1.8% y/y in September to 1.5% in October (market 1.6%), in line with the BoE's for
According to the economists surveyed by Reuters lately, the odds chances of a no-deal Brexit haven fallen on increased expectations of a UK PM Johnson
CME Group’s flash data for JPY futures markets noted open interest reversed two drops in a row and increased by around 1.1K contracts on Tuesday. Volu
In light of advanced readings for GBP futures markets from CME Group, investors added around 1.9K contracts to their open interest positions on Tuesda
Here is what you need to know on Wednesday, November 13: - Trade: Prospects for a trade deal seem dimmer after President Donald Trump was bashing Chin
FX option expiries for Nov 13 NY cut at 10:00 Eastern Time, via DTCC, can be found below. - EUR/USD: EUR amounts 1.1015 549m 1.1040 534m - GBP/USD: GB
Open interest in EUR futures markets rose by just 580 contracts on Tuesday, reversing the previous drops and resuming the uptrend. In the same line, v
Prashant Newnaha, senior Asia-Pacific rates strategist at TD Securities, notes that the RBNZ has surprised the market by leaving the cash rate on hold
The greenback, when tracked by the US Dollar Index (DXY), keeps navigating the upper end of the recent range around the 98.30 region. US Dollar Index
Intensifying unrest in Hong Kong joins on-going uncertainty surrounding the US-China trade deal to drag the Asian stocks southwards on early Wednesday.
Bill Evans, analyst at Westpac, notes that Australia’s Westpac-Melbourne Institute Index of Consumer Sentiment rose 4.5% to 97.0 in November from 92.8
Amid ongoing Hong Kong violence and dimmed US-China trade deal prospects, the risk-off sentiment was the main underlying theme in Asia this Wednesday.
Analysts at National Australia Bank Limited (NAB) have pushed out their expected timing of the next cash rate cut by the RBA to February 2020, where t
USD/CNH fails to hold on to recovery gains as 100-day EMA and one-month-old falling trend line restrict the pair’s near-term upside.
Absence of major catalysts from the UK has recently tamed the GBP/USD pair’s moves, market’s fear ahead of the key data/events also contributes to inactivity.
EUR/USD trades better bid above the 1.10 handle ahead of the European open, having defended the last on several occasions in the overnight trades, Bea
Catherine Birch, senior economist at ANZ, notes that Australia’s wage price index (WPI) rose by 0.5% q/q in Q3 2019, slowing annual growth to 2.2%. Ke
Dominick Stephens, chief economist at Westpac, notes that the Reserve Bank of New Zealand today left the OCR on hold at 1.00%, saying that “Economic d
With the key catalysts being in the pipeline, USD/INR steps back from mid-September high while taking rounds to 71.67 ahead of the European session on Wednesday
The latest Reuters poll revealed a major shift in the monetary policy outlook of the Bank of Japan’s (BOJ), mainly in response to signs of easing US-C
Sharon Zollner, chief economist at ANZ, points out that contrary to analyst and market expectations, the RBNZ left the OCR unchanged at 1.0% today, de
Having slipped below 4H 100MA, AUD/JPY trades around the current month low, near 74.40, while heading into the European session on Wednesday.
Despite the latest updates concerning Hong Kong protests and the US-China trade deal, the USD/JPY pair traders prefer being on the “wait and watch” mode.
South Korea Money Supply Growth registered at 7.2%, below expectations (7.4%) in September
The AUD/USD pair witnessed a volatile Wednesday’s Asian session so far, mainly driven by the US-China trade anxiety and Reserve Bank of New Zealand’s
More comments are crossing the wires from the RBNZ Governor Orr, as he now responds to the Q&A session. Predicting economy to pick up in new year. Pol
With the RBNZ’s Orr stepping back from any surprises after the central bank’s refrain from a rate cut, the NZD/USD pair trades around 0.6400.
The Reserve Bank of New Zealand (RBNZ) Governor Adrian Orr is on the wires now, via Reuters, addressing the post-monetary policy press conference. The
Ahead of the Turkish President Erdogan’s White House visit on Wednesday, the US President Trump has offered his Turkish counterpart a package of induc
With the RBNZ’s refrain from respecting the market consensus of a rate cut, AUD/NZD slumps to the low of 1.0677, before trading around 1.0690.
On Wednesday, China’s central bank, the People's Bank of China (PBOC), set the Yuan reference rate at 7.0026 versus Tuesday’s fix at 6.9988. Meanwhile
RBNZ again surprises global markets, this time positively, while turning down the expectations of a rate cut, which in turn propels NZD/USD to 0.6420.
RBNZ leaves rates unchanged at 1.00%. disappoints the doves – Kiwi rallies hard
New Zealand RBNZ Interest Rate Decision came in at 1%, above expectations (0.75%)
According to the latest Wall Street Journal story, tariffs still a major hurdle in the US and China reaching a trade deal. Developing story ....
Reuters is out with the latest comments from the Bank of Japan (BOJ) Governor Kuroda, as he makes his scheduled speech in the Japanese parliament (Die
In a reaction to the Australian Wage Price Index data, AUD/USD drops further towards near-term key support line while trading around 0.6840.
Australia Wage Price Index (YoY) below forecasts (2.3%) in 3Q: Actual (2.2%)
Australia Wage Price Index (QoQ) in line with expectations (0.5%) in 3Q
Although pessimism surrounding the US trade relations with China and the EU, coupled with Hong Kong protests, favored Gold's earlier bounce, prices remain weak.
The USD/JPY pair is seen extending its overnight bearish consolidation phase around the 109 handle into Tokyo open, as the sentiment remains undermine
Japan Producer Price Index (MoM) came in at 1.1% below forecasts (1.2%) in October
Japan Producer Price Index (YoY) registered at -0.4%, below expectations (-0.3%) in October
WTI (oil futures on NYMEX) is seen extending its overnight softer tone into early Asia, uninspired by a lack of fresh updates on the US-China trade de
While following a three-week-old trading range, GBP/JPY seesaws around a 100-bar SMA level of 140.00 during Wednesday’s Asian session.
Australia Westpac Consumer Confidence above forecasts (2%) in November: Actual (4.5%)
Early Wednesday at 01:00 GMT market sees monetary policy decision by the Reserve Bank of New Zealand (RBNZ).
Speaking to reporters on Tuesday, Italy’s Economy Minister Roberto Gualtieri sounded more optimistic on the Italian economic growth prospects for the
South Korea Unemployment Rate below expectations (3.8%) in October: Actual (3.5%)
Speaking in an audience Q&A, Federal Reserve Bank (Fed) of Minneapolis President Kashkari noted the following. He is feeling a little bit better about
Not only lower highs since late-October but a bearish candlestick formation also portrays the GBP/USD pair’s weakness.
The Global Times quotes Hans-Paul Bürkner (Bürkner), Chairman of Boston Consulting Group (BCG), as he expresses his take on the US-China trade issue,
With no clarity over the trade US-China trade deal, the AUD/USD pair remains under pressure for the fourth consecutive day.
The Editor-in-chief of Chinese and English editions of the Global Times, Hu Xijin, in his latest tweet, responded to the latest comments from the US P
The Fiber, on the daily chart, is trading in a downtrend below its main daily simple moving averages (DMAs). The Fiber was week on the second day of the week.