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Gold to Sparkle for Now, But Mind the Fed Endgame

Gold prices have staged a mighty recovery in recent weeks. The stars seem to have aligned for the yellow metal, with the Fed set to keep its foot heavy on ...
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Banxico Preview: Higher Inflation, But Can They Leave Rates Unchanged?

As mentioned in the Week Ahead, it’s a slow week for Central Bank meetings. However, the Bank of Mexico (Banxico) meets on Thursday to discuss interest rate policy. Banixco has ...
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China and US CPI and PPI: Is it Transitory?

China released both CPI and PPI data earlier and the results point to worries that inflation may pick up faster than expected. China’s YoY CPI print was 0.9% vs 0.4% ...
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GBP Bid On UK Covid Alert Level Drop And Ahead Of BOE’s Baily

The UK lowered the Alert Level for the coronavirus to Level 3 from Level 4. This means that “the epidemic is in general circulation”. The level 4 alert included “transmission ...
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Pound Clears $1.41, Shrugs off Scottish Referendum Threat, Eyes UK GDP

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has tightened his grip in England but calls for a new Scottish independence referendum have grown louder following last week’s regional and local elections across ...
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Today, The Market Is Not Expected To Be Very Active, So Traders Are Better Off Focusing On Intraday Trading

Last week, investors were watching the changes in the U.S. Non-Farm payrolls. The report was much worse than expected, with the unemployment rate rising. But that did not stop the ...
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Weekly Economic & Financial Commentary: Growing Pains: Extended Lead Times, Supply Chain Constraints, Difficulty Finding Labor

SummaryUnited States: Growing Pains: Extended Lead Times, Supply Chain Constraints, Difficulty Finding Labor The unmistakable message delivered in this week’s data is that the U.S. economy could be growing even ...
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The Weekly Bottom Line: How Far is the U.S. Labor Market from Home?

U.S. Highlights Job growth slowed in April, with just 266k jobs created in the month. With a growing labor force, the unemployment rate edged up to 6.1% from 6.0% in ...
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Week Ahead: Coronavirus and Inflation Will Take Center Stage as Jobs Numbers are Pondered

Traders will be watching CPI and PPI from both China and the USUnless there is a prominent central bank interest rate decision, the second week of a month tends to ...
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USD/CAD: Dueling Jobs Report Disappointments, Bears May Target 1.21 Next

Traders are still weighing which of the two abysmal jobs reports was worse, but the technical picture is far clearer…Two jobs report duds It was a proverbial “shootout at the ...
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Forward Guidance: Capacity Pressures Weigh on Manufacturers; Vaccinations Accelerating

Statistics Canada already provided a preliminary estimate that manufacturing sales bounced back a sizeable 3.5% in March (after a 1.6% February pullback) as curtailments on auto production related to the ...
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Week Ahead – US and UK Data to Lead Quiet Week as Dollar Can’t Make Up its Mind

After plenty of excitement from central banks and top-tier economic releases in the past couple of weeks, things will take a backseat over the next seven days. The slower news ...
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April US Payrolls: Consensus Expects A Stellar One Million Net Job Growth

Markets Sterling lost ground on the big day. The Bank of England slowed its weekly asset purchase pace, acknowledging the vaccine-boosted economic recovery. Simultaneously, by doing so, they hold off ...
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BoE Slows Pace of QE but Pound Yawns

In Thursday trade, the pound lost ground but has recovered. In the North American session, GDP/USD is trading at 1.3898, down 0.02%. BoE to slow pace of QE The Bank ...
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GBP/USD: Could BoE Trigger Break Of 1.4 Handle?

The focus is turning to the Bank of England with the central bank meeting due at 12:00 BST. Investors will be wondering whether Andrew Bailey and his MPC colleagues will ...
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British Pound Steady, BoE Meeting Next

After starting the week with strong gains, the British pound has settled down. In the North American session, GDP/USD is trading at 1.3900, up 0.09% on the day. The British ...
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April Nonfarm Payrolls to Glide Higher, but Dollar has Other Matters to Care

US Nonfarm payrolls will probably put on another spectacular show this Friday at 12:30 GMT, mirroring a blossoming economic recovery as the ultra-easy monetary and fiscal policies combined with the ...
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Scottish Elections & GBP

Voters in Scotland will head to the polls on Thursday for the Scottish Parliamentary elections. This could mark the start of a renewed push towards Scottish independence. But that doesn’t ...
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Record Trade Deficits, Markets on Edge, Crude Higher, Gold Steady Despite Strong Dollar

Investors are a little unsure on how to navigate the next couple of quarters of roaring US growth that is unlikely to be reciprocated by the rest of the world ...
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European Open: RBA Hold, Gold Bulls Eye Break Of 1800

The RBA held interest rates at 0.1% and announced they will discuss whether to retail their 3-yr bond target. And gold appears poised to break above 1800 as bulls square ...
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