Tag Archive: CNH

US Dollar Takes NFP Hit But Ends Up Higher on the Week

The US dollar fell on Friday after the U.S. non farm payrolls (NFP) came in below expectations with only a gain of 157,000 but otherwise the unemployment rate dropped to 3.9 percent and wage growth remained unchanged at 0.3 percent….
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Canada: International merchandise trade, June 2018

Canada’s merchandise trade deficit with the world narrowed from $2.7 billion in May to $626 million in June, the smallest deficit since January 2017. Total exports increased 4.1%, mainly on higher exports of energy products and aircraft. Total imports edged…
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Big revisions offset July miss on payrolls

By the numbers: July NFP and U.S Trade Average hourly earnings m/m: +0.3%e vs. +0.3%a Average hourly earnings y/y: +2.7%e vs. +2.7%a U.S employment change: +193Ke vs. +157Ka U.S unemployment rate: +3.9%e vs.+3.9%a Prior change in NFP: revised higher from…
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NFP could lift dollar higher

Friday August 3: Five things the markets are talking about President Trump’s unpredictability on trade is keeping capital markets on the back foot and a theme that is not expected to change anytime soon. The ‘big’ dollar remains better bid…
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Dollar Awaits Jobs Report Amid Trade Uncertainty

The US dollar is higher against major pairs on Thursday in anticipation of a strong U.S. non farm payrolls (NFP). The U.S. Federal Reserve kept rates unchanged on Wednesday and without a press conference there was little guidance for the…
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Dumping Risk or panic attack?

Dumping Risk or panic attack? Risk sentiment has gone in the tank on the continued rhetoric around Trump’s scheme to raise China tariffs to 25% instead of 10% with China claiming they will retaliate. Global equities have buckled while commodities…
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