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Finland's Vote spoils EURO

  News and Events: Asian impartiality markets were mixed as China hiked reserve ratio requirements another 50 bp. Considering China’s loose monetary conditions and higher inflation data last week, the move should have come as no surprise. While Chinese oratory remains tough as inflation continues to trend higher, the overall pace of tighten remains subdued, giving us confidence that officials will not completely sacrifice growth. As widely expected, this weekend’s G20 lacked any real significance. Members agreed...

Daily Financial Market Outlook 2011-04-18

Sterling markets ended a volatile week on a strong note on Friday, aided by better than expected US core CPI inflation data and more general optimism that the UK Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) may hold off pushing interest rates higher. We have for some ...

Forex Exchange Morning Report 2011-04-18

2011-04-18 04:34:50 Market wrapRisky asset classes rallied on strong US economic data, while the Eurozone debt crisis supported US treasuries. NY manufacturing confidence, consumer confidence, and industrial production all beat consensus, and helped US equities (S&P500;) close 0.4% higher and the VIX barometer of risk aversion to a post-2007 low. The CRB commodities index closed 0.6% firmer, gold up 0.9% to a fresh record of $1488, oil up 1.4%...

European Market Update 2011-04-14

Officials downplay any thoughts of a Greek debt retructuring as peripherals widenEconomic Data(FI) Finland Mar CPI M/M: 0.5% v 0.3%e; Y/Y: 3.3% v 3.0%e(HU) Hungary Feb Final ...

Gold ranges in morning business, euro and oil stability supportive

Gold remained range-locked in Thursday morning business, as a still-supportive euro and solid oil prices - combined with continued safe-haven flows - kept prices well supported, although it lacked...

European Opening View - Solid start for metal as dollar weakens

Further consolidation was seen in the bullion complex Wednesday with two-way trade across most markets as a result of mixed economic data and the ongoing background jitters caused by MENA unrest, inflation and Eurozone debt as bond yields amongst peripheral EU nations widened over the German bund; the...

Forex Exchange Morning Report 2011-04-14

Market wrapRisk currencies strengthened, but other major asset classes were little changed. US equities are recovering after a fiscal blow from the US President. Obama unveiled a proposal to...

EUR/USD unable to surpass 1.4520

  The EUR/USD has recovered to the upside of 1.4500, however any upside momentum has been limited at yesterday´s fresh 15-month high of 1.4520. Following the recent decline in US mortgage applications, the pair is once again testing support at 1.4500 at time of writing...

Market Drivers - Currencies 2011-04-13

2011-04-13 10:31:26 Slightly rising risk aversion EURCHF: BUY CHF with potential of a couple of percentages EURNOK: SELL in the range of 788-794 EURGBP: NEUTRAL, we await a better level at which to sell EUR/CHF: The close yesterday below 130.80 and the movement away from the 200-day moving average indicate that the time – as we had expected – has not yet come for a major CHF weakening. Yesterday we saw equities and commodities correct to lower...

Daily Financial Market Outlook 2011-04-13

2011-04-13 06:55:12 In the UK, today's economic data calendar features latest labor market figures. We look for a 10k fall in claimant count unemployment during March – essentially repeating February's decline. Unemployment on this particular measure has fallen in four of the last five months. Meanwhile, ‘headline' average earnings growth seems likely to be impacted by wage drift, although we look for the underling measure(excluding bonuses) to tick up slightly...
 
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