Tag Archive: Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA)

Dangerous Brinkmanship

Dangerous Brinkmanship Another in the expanding history list of topsy-turvy Thursdays’ when it comes to risk as the President Gave, and the President Hath Taken Away only to leave the door open again when it comes to North Korea discussions….
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Trade War Talks are Back and the Dollar is Falling

Thursday May 24: Five things the markets are talking about Global stock markets remain under pressure as investors shun risk assets for relative safe havens. Rising Italian bond yields, fading prospects for the North Korea summit, disintegrating EM currencies, and…
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Turkish Lira Collapse Continues

Wednesday May 23: Five things the markets are talking about Geopolitical risks from Turkey to N. Korea, from China to Italy, have pressured global equities in overnight trade. U.S Treasuries, along with the ‘mighty’ dollar have found support, while crude…
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Trade Ceasefire Supports Risk Assets

Tuesday May 22: Five things the markets are talking about Markets traded mixed overnight, with global equities drifting and a number of risk currencies finding support as investors digest easing trade tensions and the latest comments from a plethora of…
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Dollar Consolidates ahead of Today’s Event Risk

Thursday May 17: Five things the markets are talking about Italian political uncertainty continues to dominate European domestic asset prices. Since yesterday, Italian bond yields have ballooned on reports of a draft government program, penned by the proposed populist coalition,…
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Italian Politics Pounds Euro

Wednesday May 16: Five things the markets are talking about Investors continue to grapple with worries around global trade, growth and geopolitics. Overnight in Asia, equities dipped after N. Korea’s Pyongyang abruptly called off talks with Seoul, throwing a U.S/N….
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Rate Differentials and Trade Fears Handcuff Capital Markets

Tuesday May 15: Five things the markets are talking about Risk-off trading action and higher sovereign yields dominated capital markets overnight session. Euro stocks continue to struggle for traction following Australasia mixed equity session as investors grappled with worries around…
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China Data Flash

10:00*(CN) CHINA APR INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION Y/Y: 7.0% V 6.4%E; YTD Y/Y: % V 6.7%E– Source TradeTheNews.com 10:00(CN) China Apr Fixed Assets Urban YTD y/y: 7.0% v 7.4%e– Source TradeTheNews.com 10:00*(CN) CHINA APR RETAIL SALES Y/Y: 9.4% V 10.0%E; YTD Y/Y: % V…
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U.S Dollars Plight shaped by Trade Talks and Geopolitics

Monday May 14: Five things the markets are talking about Last week was a light week on the economic data front as the market focused again on the continued outpouring of earnings reports and geopolitical news from Asia and the…
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EM Asia :Let the chips fall where they may

EM Asia: Let the chips fall where they may Malaysia  Attention will be focused on the Malaysian onshore markets this morning after PM Mahathir coalition triggered the circuit breakers and imposed a cooling off period for cash markets by declaring the two-day…
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