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Day: December 28, 2018

El-Erian: Criticize the Fed more for how it communicates, and not on monetary policy

The Federal Reserve should be criticized for how it communicates to the market and less so on its monetary policy decisions, closely followed economist Mohamed El-Erian told CNBC on Friday. “I think the Fed should get less criticism as to what it’s doing,” El-Erian, chief economic advisor at Allianz, said on “Squawk Box.” “But it …

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Chinese Manufacturing PMIs to Spread More Gloom at Year-End

PMI gauges out of China will be one of the few highlights in a light economic calendar next week. The NBS manufacturing PMI is released first on Monday at 01:00 GMT, with the Caixin/IHS Markit manufacturing PMI following on Wednesday at 01:45 GMT. Expectations aren’t high for either indicators of factory activity as China’s economy …

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Week ahead – US Employment Report to Kick off the New Year

After a particularly turbulent week that lacked fresh catalysts but not wild price swings, traders will now turn their sights back to more familiar themes, such as economic data releases, and most notably the US jobs report for December. That doesn’t mean everything is back to normal though, as liquidity will likely remain thin, which …

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Safe-Haven Assets Gain as 10-Year JGB Yield Declines to Negative Territory

Global equities for the most part are rallying and so are safe-haven currencies. While the European bourses are up between 1.4% and 2.5%, the Nikkei fell 0.3% to 20,0014, its first annual loss since 2012. Negative data in Japan dampened the mood for the Nikkei. The industrial production readings for November came in better than …

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European Dec Inflation Data Softer Compared To Month-Ago Levels

Notes/Observations German State CPI data softer from month-ago levels with bulk of today’s reading below forecasts of the upcoming German Composite Nov CPI data Asia: South Korea Nov Industrial Production M/M: -1.7% v -0.2%e; Y/Y: 0.1% v 1.4%e Japan Nov Jobless Rate: 2.5% v 2.4%e (2nd straight rise) Japan Dec Tokyo CPI Y/Y: 0.3% v …

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EUR/USD – Euro Gains Continue Ahead Of German Preliminary CPI

EUR/USD has posted gains in the Friday session, after posting considerable gains on Thursday. On the release front, Germany will publish Preliminary CPI, a key gauge of consumer inflation. The indicator slipped to 0.1% in November, but is expected to improve to 0.3% in December. In the U.S., today’s key event is Chicago PMI, which …

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