Tag Archive: JPY

Dollar Rises as US Jobs Outperform Despite Trade Fears

The US dollar is higher against major pairs on Friday after a strong US jobs report was published. The U.S. non farm payrolls (NFP) report showed the economy added 223,000 jobs last month driving the unemployment rate to a 18-year…
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May Non-farm Payroll (NFP) by the Numbers

It’s another strong U.S employment report US Labor May Nonfarm Payrolls +223K; Consensus +190K US May Unemployment Rate 3.8%; Consensus 3.9% US May Average Hourly Earnings +0.3%, or +$0.08 to $26.92; Over Year +2.7% US May Private Sector Payrolls +218K…
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Trade War On, but Non-farm Payroll (NFP) up next

Friday June 1: Five things the markets are talking about U.S fire the first shot in trade war Euro equities are looking to close out this wild week in the ‘black,’ a week in which Euro politics and escalating trade…
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A tempest in an espresso cup

A tempest in an espresso cup The markets are looking much more constructive to end the week than they did to start, and with trade wars still lingering, that is saying a lot. Mind you, the Italian rumpus, and ensuing…
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Dollar Falls As US Fires First in Trade War

The US dollar is lower against most major pairs on Thursday. The United States announced earlier in the day that it would apply tariffs on steel and aluminium imports form EU, Canada and Mexico. The NAFTA pairs depreciated as a…
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As Risk Sentiment Improves Dollar Bulls Sell

Thursday May 31: Five things the markets are talking about Global equities are currently receiving some investor appreciation, rebounding from a two-month trough along with the EUR as the political turmoil in Italy that shook financial markets this week shows…
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Conciliante

Investors took note of a more euro-friendly conciliatory tone after Luigi Di Maio, the leader of the Five Star Movement, called for Paolo Savona to withdraw from Economic minister’s candidacy to allow a government to be formed. And at least…
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Bank of Canada Next

Wednesday May 30: Five things the markets are talking about The Bank of Canada (BoC) is expected to leave its benchmark interest rate unchanged (+1.25%) during its policy meeting today (10:00 am EDT) amid concern over slowing housing markets and…
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Safety is the priority

Seldom do we suddenly fall on demise but rather, advance towards it by slight degrees. However, nothing could be further from the truth when it comes to the Euro’s disintegration over the course of the last 24 hours. Forget about…
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