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Day: December 1, 2018

China Weekly Letter: Trade optimism amid further Chinese slowdown

Trump sees ‘good possibility that a deal can be made’. Weaker profit growth and PMI underline Chinese slowdown. Taiwan’s pro-independence government suffered big defeat at ‘mid-term’ elections. Trump sees ‘good possibility that a deal can be made’ It’s finally crunch time for Donald Trump and Xi Jinping as they face off at the dinner scheduled …

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A Look at Market Pricing on Fed Rate Path after Powell’s U-Turn

Fed Chair Jerome Powell’s speech last week was sort of a turning point. Stocks staged a strong rally and helped lifted Kiwi and Aussie as the strongest ones. Nevertheless, despite being sold off steeply, Dollar has indeed reversed much the the losses and ended as the third strongest one. Sterling ended as the weakest one …

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Weekly Economic and Financial Commentary: A Great Deal to Like about this Outlook

U.S. Review “There is a great deal to like about this outlook” A speech by Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell this week introduced some uncertainty into analysts’ estimates of just how many rate hikes could be left in the current expansion. But, with the PCE deflator unchanged at 2.0% in October, the Fed looks set …

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The Weekly Bottom Line: Mama Said There’ll Be Days Like This

U.S. Highlights FOMC minutes released this week suggested that flexible could be the new gradual for the Fed. While a rate hike for December may be in the cards, future moves are now more dependent on the incoming economic data. President Trump and Xi are set to meet-up at the G20 summit over the weekend. …

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AUD/USD Presses 3-Month Highs on the Eve of Trump-Xi Meeting on Trade

Of all the major currencies, the Australian dollar is perhaps the most sensitive to trends in global trade. The country’s commodity-centric economy and close ties with China mean that any slowdown in international business may be seen Down Under first. Viewed in that light, the Aussie’s recent rally could be seen as a sign that …

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