Tag Archive: European Central Bank

Will ECB offer any surprises on Thursday?

Euro climbs ahead of ECB meeting While we may not look back at the ECB meeting on Thursday as one of the defining moments in the eurozone’s long recovery from the global financial and debt crises, or even remember it…
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Live FX Market Analysis – 24 July 2018

In this week’s FX webinar, Senior Market Analyst Craig Erlam discusses the latest events that are moving financial markets – Trump attacks the Fed, Brexit plans widely criticized etc – and previews the week ahead. Craig also gives his live…
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Markets get busy week off to weaker start

Trump $500 billion Chinese tariffs threat weighs on sentiment Equity markets are trading slightly in the red at the start of the week, a reflection of the slightly risk averse tone stemming from the prospect of the trade conflict escalating…
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The sky hasn’t fallen just yet

Trade War Escalates, but the sky hasn’t fallen just yet as optimism crept back into the market on reports of fresh bilateral trade negotiations between China and the US coupled with a slightly firmer RMB scrim. “Where there is a…
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US Inflation Eyed as Markets Pare Losses

Markets higher after tariff-related losses It’s been a more positive start to trade on Thursday, with equity markets in the green and paring Wednesday’s losses as investors continue to weigh up what impact the latest trade tariffs will have on…
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When the going gets tough, the tough get going

When the going gets tough, the tough get going U.S. stocks are trading off their intraday highs late in the NY session weighed down by financials profit-taking ahead of the deluge of bank earnings reports on Friday, robust US economic…
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Trade war -will cooler heads prevail ?( OANDA Trading Podcast with BFM Radio KL )

Stephen Innes, Head of Trading in Asia-Pacific, OANDA, Singapore On July 6, the US imposed a 25% import tariff on US$34 billion worth of Chinese goods. China has since retaliated, and accused the US of igniting ‘the largest trade war…
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Risk barometer in the red (OANDA Podcast)

Stephen Innes, Head of Trading in the Asia Pacific, OANDA, Singapore Stephen analyzes how Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s triumph in the Turkish presidential elections could affect the lira, and how OPEC’s latest production deal could impact the ringgit. BFM Radio Kuala…
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No rest for the weary

No rest for the weary No rest for weary as the markets will get bombarded by events risk from virtually every angle this week. Trade war, elections, US data, Fedspeak, Eurozone inflation and the Bank of Canada (BoC)Business Outlook Survey…
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