Economic News Category

August 11, 2022

Weak US CPI, EUR/USD It was the sort of movement which was needed. The most anticipated US inflation report lived up to expectations in terms of market impact as the dollar plunged and everything else went up, including all foreign currencies, gold ,BTC, and stocks. Among the majors, the EUR/USD has finally broken out of

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USD/CAD: A Tale Of Two Labor Markets
August 10, 2022

USD/CAD: A Tale Of Two Labor Markets Traders are still trying to digest last week’s US jobs report, but one thing is clear that The US labor market is outperforming Canada’s labor market. Markets are starting to settle into the traditional “Dog Days of Summer” trade, major indices, commodities and currency pairs seeing relatively little

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US CPI Preview: Are we past peak inflation?
August 9, 2022

US CPI Preview: Are we past peak inflation? Price pressure may show slowing down while the Fed’s preferred Core CPI measure shows that underlying inflation is still rising. Tomorrow the US Bureau of Labor Statistics will release the July Consumer Price Index report. Economists are expecting CPI headline to come in at 0.2% MoM ,

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RBNZ survey of Expectations, NZD
August 8, 2022

RBNZ survey of Expectations, NZD The expectations form RBNZ’s latest survey shows inflation over coming years will remain high. The trend is seen higher in recent quarters looks like arrested and the expectations easing at some of the key medium-term horizons. Lets look at the details, expectations for inflation one year ahead is consistent at

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Employment Rate Change In Canada
August 5, 2022

Employment Rate Change In Canada Employment change in Canada is better than expected and this will help Bank Of Canada to hike again in next meeting which will be in September. NFP tomorrow, markets will be focusing on the data, and Canada will release the July Employment Change data as well. It is expected that

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