Tag Archive: Bank of Canada (BoC)

Seeing the forest for the trees

Seeing the forest for the trees With trade war dominating the landscape, even more so after this morning’s US tariff headline, it’s easy to focus on markets from a one-dimensional perspective. But cross-asset trading is multidimensional and observing the more…
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Canada: International transactions in securities, July 2018

Foreign investment in Canadian securities reached $12.7 billion in July, mainly from acquisitions of federal government bonds. At the same time, Canadian investment in foreign securities totalled $13.1 billion, led by record purchases of foreign bonds. Foreign investment in federal…
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No tariffs, now tariffs, what gives?

Monday September 17: Five things the markets are talking about The possibility of a new round on tariffs on Chinese goods is not helping equity markets this Monday morning. The ‘big’ dollar is holding onto Friday’s gains as investors try…
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Battered and bruised

Battered and bruised It was a tough week for the markets leaving many participants battered and bruised, but the great thing about this industry, is we get to do it all over again next week. US 10y yields went on…
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Super Thursday, indeed

Super Thursday, indeed Super Thursday for some but a Topsy-Turvy one for others. Of course, much of that had to do with what side of the US dollar coin you were on. Hope springs eternal for emerging markets anytime the…
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Erdogan hurts TRY ahead of CBRT decision

Thursday September 13: Five things the markets are talking about U.S. equity futures and euro regional bourses trade steady after the overnight Asian session put an end to its longest losing streak since 2002 on fresh hopes that the worlds’…
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Asia market midday market note

Hang Seng Index After a positive start during the morning trading session, risk continues to wobble on the heavily subscribed HSI. Don’t mistake short side profit-taking for a reverse in negative sentiment as this market is far from bullish on…
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A bullish confluence in oil markets

SINGAPORE (Reuters) – Oil prices slipped on Thursday, although U.S. crude remained above $70 a barrel on the back of falling crude inventories and Brent was still close to $80 because of looming sanctions against Iran. Brent rose above $80…
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