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Category: Fundamental analysis of Forex market

Sentiment Hushed as Durable Dollar Climbs with Yields

Markets look for clues in JOLTS data and FOMC speeches   The current market picture is one of stubborn inflation, rising yields, and expectations of a nearing Fed announcement of the taper timeline, specifically in the November FOMC meeting. Global growth has somewhat slowed as the consequences from the energy crisis hamper economies. That said, …

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Jitters Remain at the Start of the Week

Stock markets have started the week a little mixed, as nerves persist around the large list of downside risks for the global economy. While the focus recently has shifted from Evergrande to the energy crisis, it’s arguably the slightly lesser talked about inflation/monetary policy dynamic that’s really making investors nervous. We’ve dealt with plenty of …

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USDJPY Bullish Momentum Gains Steam After NFP Data

US stock futures were little changed in early trading as investors wait for the upcoming earnings season that kicks off this week. Companies that will publish their results this week include the Bank of America, JP Morgan, Blackrock, and Citigroup. Analysts will be focusing on the companies’ revenue growth and cost structure as wages rise. …

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Weekly Economic & Financial Commentary: Another Disappointing Employment Report

Summary United States: Another Disappointing Employment Report September’s disappointing employment report, which showed employers adding just 194,000 jobs, once again highlights the supply-side challenges facing the United States, as labor is in short supply and there are widespread shortages of finished products and inputs. The extension of the debt ceiling to early December removes the …

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The Weekly Bottom Line: Strong Jobs Report Caps Week With A Bang

U.S. Highlights This week, Congress continued to bicker over the debt limit. Fortunately, both parties were able to come to an agreement that would lift the limit temporarily, kicking the can down the road. The September employment report was underwhelming as non-farm payrolls grew by a much lower-than-projected 194k. On the upside, the unemployment rate …

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Week Ahead: Earnings Season Begins, China Escalations Continue, and the Jobs Report Has Past

Earnings season is always a big deal for the markets; however, this earnings season will be particularly noteworthy.  As many analysts and economists feel that growth may have peaked over the summer, Q3 earnings will be closely watched for earnings that miss consensus and for companies that release downward revisions to guidance.  It all begins …

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Week Ahead – Fed Minutes and Inflation in Focus

A busy week in store Another fascinating week in the markets and there’s little reason to think there isn’t plenty more to come in the final months of the year. Russian President Vladimir Putin calmed investor nerves this week, reassuring everyone that the country stands ready to stabilise the energy market just as the situation …

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