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Day: September 7, 2021

A sharp rise in wages is contributing to worries over inflation

Thomas Trutschel | Photothek | Getty Images Now might be a good time for the Federal Reserve to start worrying about inflation. August’s jobs report, besides being a big disappointment on the 235,000 headline number, also showed that wages are rising even with weak hiring. Average hourly earnings jumped 0.6% for the month, about double …

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Sterling Down as Risk Sentiment Turns Weaker, Dollar Trying to Rebound

Risk sentiment turns a bit weaker today in the stock markets. But benchmark European and US yields are staging a strong rally. In the currency markets, Aussie is sold off is in delayed reaction to RBA’s dovish tapering, but Canadian is follow closely with selloff in oil price. Sterling is also falling in European crosses, …

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BOC Preview – QE Tapering to Pause as Economy Contracted in 2Q21

Torn between disappointing economic activities but rising inflation, higher vaccination rate but worsening Delta outbreak, and a federal election just 12 days after this week’s meeting, the BOC will likely stand on the sideline this month. Policymakers will keep its weekly asset purchases unchanged at CAD 2B/ week and retain the forecast of first hike …

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RBA Adopts Dovish Tapering as Delta Outbreak Expected to Hurt Growth in 3Q

At the September meeting, the RBA decided to reduce QE asset purchases to AUD 4B/week, from ADU 5B/ week previously. It also left the cash rate, as well as the yield target on the April 2024 bond, unchanged at 0.1%. The central bank did include a dovish twist, signaling that further tapering would come later …

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Aussie Shrugs RBA, Dollar Recovery Losing Steam

Trading the the forex markets remain rather subdued in Asian session. Aussie basically shrugs off RBA’s decision to taper, but extend QE. Dollar is trading slightly softer, as yesterday’s recovery lost momentum. European majors are currently the slightly firmer ones. But overall, traders are staying in wait-and-see mode. Risk sentiment elsewhere is firm, however, with …

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