Fundamental analysis of Forex market

Weekly Economic and Financial Commentary: The Consumer-Producer Divide on Full Display

U.S. Review The Consumer-Producer Divide on Full Display Retail sales beat expectations and rose 0.3% in October, reflecting the ongoing strength of the consumer. Control group sales, a major input ...
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The Weekly Bottom Line: Consumers Resilient Amid Manufacturing Struggles

U.S. Highlights U.S. data this week showcased the contrasting feature of the U.S. economy: a resilient U.S. consumer but a struggling manufacturing sector. Negotiations on a phase one trade deal ...
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Forward Guidance: Economic Data to Hint at Life after Trade Tensions

The week ahead should be a reminder both of risks to the Canadian economic backdrop coming from international trade tensions – but also that trade concerns are not the only ...
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Week ahead – Fed Minutes and European PMIs Highlight a Calm Week

The economic calendar is relatively light next week, with the most crucial release being the euro area’s preliminary PMIs, which will reveal whether growth is headed for a contraction in ...
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Election Headlines Inflate The Pound

The british pound appears set to recover from last week as market participants seem convinced that the fact that Jeremy Corbyn’s Labor party “close to zero” chance to win majority ...
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Asia Morning: Stocks Holding Despite Yen Jitters

Aussie Stocks up despite USDJPY shakiness There were some jitters from USDJPY price action in early NY with the risk-on/risk-off proxy trading down to 108.3 from 108.7 levels. The move ...
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Market Brief: Double Whammy for Aussie

At 13:10 GMT, the GBP was the strongest while the AUD remained the weakest: Safe-haven government bonds have resumed higher, pushing yields lower. This has helped to underpin low and ...
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Markets Curb Enthusiasm

Market movers today In the euro area, the German Q3 GDP print will be in focus today, confirming whether or not the economy has plunged into ‘technical recession’. GDP already ...
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German Recession? Wait Before Panicking

The Eurozone is expected to confirm its initial GDP growth estimate for the third quarter on Thursday at 0.2% q/q but prior that all attention will be on the German ...
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Surprise, Surprise For Kiwi Traders…

RBNZ surprised the markets during today’s Asian session, as it maintained rates unchanged at +1.00%, in contrast to market expectations of a rate cut. The decision caused the NZD to ...
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Mighty Dollar Eyes Powell’s Testimony and US Data

It’s going to be a busy week in America, with the latest CPI inflation figures hitting the markets at 13:30 GMT on Wednesday, before retail sales data are released on ...
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