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Month: August 2018

Libor challengers: ARRs get a boost in August

Barclays became the latest issuer of cash instruments linked to Sofr, the Federal Reserve’s preferred alternative to Libor, when it sold an unusually large asset-backed commercial paper (ABCP) deal from its flagship Sheffield Receivables Corp ABCP shelf on August 24. The bank, which acted as one of the lead banks on the US government-sponsored enterprise …

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AUD/USD Testing 20-Month Low on “Perfect Storm” of Bearish News

As the final week of the month draws to a close, Aussie bulls are clearly licking their wounds. The Australian dollar has been the worst-performing over the month, week, and day so far as the currency faces a “perfect storm” of bearish developments: Industrial metals have come under selling pressure as the latest headlines suggest …

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With US Stocks Hitting All-Time Highs, Are They Still a Buy?

As US stock indices break fresh highs, the question on everyone’s mind is how much longer the current bull market can continue. The remarkable resilience of US equities to trade tensions and rising interest rates, combined with a robust US economy, suggest the late-cycle party is unlikely to end over the coming months. Looking further …

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Australia & New Zealand Weekly: Overall Activity Conditions Robust, But Wages Remain Weak

Week beginning 3 September 2018 Q2 GDP, preview: overall activity conditions robust, but wages remain weak. RBA: policy decision, Governor Lowe speaks at RBA Board Dinner. Australia: Q2 GDP and Q2 partials, current account, trade balance, retail sales, CoreLogic home prices, housing finance. NZ: terms of trade, building work. China: Caixin PMI’s, foreign reserves. Europe: …

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Wells Fargo said to be investigating reports of gender bias in its wealth division

Wells Fargo has been investigating internal complaints of gender bias in its wealth management division for months and is looking into at least one formal human resources complaint about the division’s head, a man, according to a report in The Wall Street Journal on Friday. Female executives at Wells Fargo have raised concerns about gender …

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Week Ahead – Aussie in Focus as GDP and RBA Awaited; BoC and Riksbank also Meet; US Jobs Report Eyed Too

The Australian dollar will fall under the spotlight next week as a raft of data is due to be published out of Australia and the Reserve Bank of Australia holds a policy meeting. However, central bank meetings in Canada and Sweden, where near-term policy changes are on the cards, pose bigger risks for traders than …

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Weekly Focus: Moment of Truth Approaching for the Riksbank

Market Movers ahead The hearing period for the planned US tariffs on USD200bn worth of Chinese imports is ending, and an announcement of the tariffs is likely to follow. The US job report is expected to show steady wage growth and rebounding employment. Brexit will return to centre stage as the House of Commons returns …

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Silver Consolidates Near 1-Year Lows; Bearish in Long Term

Silver turned increasingly bearish after it dropped below the 16.00 key-level, the bottom of its range-bound trading recorded between early February and mid-June, printing lower lows and lower highs until it reached one-year lows at 14.31 on August 16. Since then, the market has been moving sideways, with the RSI and the MACD supporting that …

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EURUSD Outlook: Break Below Daily Cloud Base Risks Deeper Pullback

The Euro stands in red during mid-European and early US trading and extends pullback through initial support at 1.1656 (base of thin daily cloud). Thursday’s close in red created bearish outside day pattern, generating initial negative signal which was confirmed with today’s break below daily cloud base. Negative action was additionally supported by south-turning 14-d …

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