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Month: January 2022

Gold Price Moved into a Short-Term Negative Zone Below $1,825

Gold price failed to clear the $1,850 resistance and corrected lower against the US Dollar. The price broke the $1,825 support level to move into a short-term negative zone. Besides, there was a break below the $1,800 level and the 50 hourly simple moving average. However, the bulls are now protecting the $1,780 support zone. …

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Weekly Economic & Financial Commentary: The Hawks in Full Control at the Fed

Summary United States: Moderating Growth and a More Aggressive Fed The economy had the wind at its back in 2021 with generous fiscal policy and an accommodative Fed. Inflation and supply chains were the key obstacles. In light of a more hawkish stance at this week’s FOMC meeting, we now expect the Fed to hike …

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The Weekly Bottom Line: Fed Sets the Stage for Rates to Liftoff Soon

U.S. Highlights The Fed left the policy rate unchanged at this week’s FOMC meeting but signaled that a rate hike was imminent come March. Uncertainty on the pace of hikes post March remains elevated, contributing to stock market volatility this week. The U.S. economy grew at 6.9% (annualized) in the final quarter of 2021 – …

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Key Fed inflation gauge rises 4.9% from a year ago, fastest gain since 1983

A gauge the Federal Reserve prefers to measure inflation rose 4.9% from a year ago, the biggest gain going back to September 1983, the Commerce Department reported Friday. The core personal consumption expenditures price index excluding food and energy was slightly more than the 4.8% Dow Jones estimate and ahead of the 4.7% pace in …

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Week Ahead – Three Central Banks Meet ahead of US Jobs Report

A busy week lies ahead. The Bank of England is widely expected to raise rates, the European Central Bank is unlikely to signal anything new, but the Reserve Bank of Australia could try to dampen rate hike bets. Over in America, markets have almost fully priced in five Fed rate increases for this year, so …

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Dollar Digests Gains after PCE Inflation Data, Aussie Broadly Lower

Dollar retreats mildly today after PCE inflation data posted no surprises. While there is some profit taking, the greenback remains the strongest one for the week by some distance. Selling focus has turned from Euro to commodity currencies today, as lead by Aussie. The overall close would still depend on development in risk sentiment, which …

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USDCAD Rockets Off 200-MA, Fuelling Upward Trajectory

USDCAD remains positively energized aiming for the Ichimoku cloud’s upper band around the 1.2813 high, after taking flight from the 200-day simple moving average (SMA) around the 1.2500 mark. The longer-term SMAs are suggesting an overall neutral trend in the pair, while the marginal incline in the 50-day SMA is sponsoring the recent rally from …

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