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Eurozone Inflation To Accelerate

2011-04-04 09:26:59 Asian investors are in upbeat mood Monday as the 'better than expected' U.S. Employment report continues to influence markets. But the calendar is light and there are still two weeks until earnings season so markets should consolidate. Inflation at the producer level to tick even higher in FebruaryIt should come as news to nobody any more that the surging commodity prices are starting to make...

Daily Financial Market Outlook 2011-04-04

  2011-04-04 07:01:43 Monday should be a quiet start to what is potentially a very important week for markets as we may see the first rate of the cycle in a major developed economy. The key day is Thursday when both the BOE and ECB meet. After ECB President Trichet's comments after the last meeting a rate rise in the Euro area is now widely expected. Last week's stronger than expected CPI...

US Jobs Better Than Expected

2011-04-04 06:01:45 U.S. Dollar Trading (USD) a strong NFP print of +216k vs. +190k forecast, helped the USD to strengthen immediately after release but this was reversed by dovish comments from FED Dudley. Dudley commented that 'stronger recovery not a reason to reverse course on policy'. This combined with strong US stocks inspired a sharp reversal of most majors with EUR/USD and AUD/USD finishing at year highs. In US...

Forex Exchange Morning Report 2011-04-04

2011-04-04 04:47:20 Market wrapRisk appetite was bolstered by the consensus-beating US payrolls report. The S&P500; made a 22 February intraday high and closed 0.5% higher, but pared gains during the few hours of trading. That was attributed to a weak construction spending report, as well as preempting of an expected compositional change in the index (fund Blackrock in, drugmaker Genzyme out). The CRB commodities index ground higher to close...

London Session: Lisbon Breathes a Sigh of Relief

2011-04-01 12:33:02 It has been a slow start to the morning as the markets lie in wait for the payrolls report. But for now Europe’s periphery is dominating the headlines. Portugal announced a hastily scheduled 14-month bond auction for this morning and only announced it to the market late yesterday afternoon. The auction went ahead with few problems. Lisbon managed to sell the bonds with a fairly healthy 1.4 debt-to-cover...

European Market Update 2011-04-01

2011-04-01 11:29:08 Market ponders whether Fed's Kocherlakota leaked today's Non Farm Payrolls by suggesting 75bps tightening would be about normalEconomic Data(TH) Thailand Mar Consumer Price Index M/M: 0.5% v 0.3%e; Y/Y: 3.1% v 3.1%e; Core CPI Y/Y: 1.6% v 1.5%e(AU) Australia Mar RBA Commodity Price Index: 101.6 v 100.0 prior(IN) India Feb Trade Balance: -$8.2B v -$8.1B Prelim; Exports Y/Y: 49.7% v 31.4% prelim; Imports Y/Y: 21.2% v 21.21% prelim

European markets rise, Banking sector relieved on news from Ireland

  2011-04-01 09:56:29 European markets have opened the month on a positive note with the banking sector leading gains with investors relieved after the results of Irish bank's stress tests and government's plan of a radical restructuring of the banking sector. Eurostoxx 50 Index adds 0.7%, while the German DAX index rises 0.9%, and the French CAC advances 0.6%....

Asian Market Update 2011-04-01

2011-04-01 08:04:09 China sets a date to hike rates? South Korea y/y CPI hits 28-month high; AUD/JPY makes a run to ¥86.70Economic Data(CH) CHINA MAR PMI MANUFACTURING: 53.4 V 54.0E (3-month high, 1st increase in 4 months)(JP) JAPAN Q1 TANKAN LGE MANUFACTURERS INDEX: 6 V 5E; LARGE MFG OUTLOOK: 2 V 2E(CH) CHINA MAR HSBC MANUFACTURING PMI: 51.8 V 52.4E(KS) SOUTH KOREA MAR HSBC MANUFACTURING PMI:...

Oil Surges into April

2011-04-01 07:18:44 U.S. Dollar Trading (USD) stocks ended slightly lower in the US session but commodities were very strong with Oil up...

European Opening View - Silver closes Q1 with solid gain; markets await payrolls

2011-04-01 06:48:28 Further gains were seen in the precious metals Thursday with the complex closing up 0.6% as solid rallies in energy and grain prices stoked inflation concerns; a degree of month & quarter-end window dressing was also evident. By far silver was the strongest performer across the first quarter of 2011 gaining 22% compared with gold's 1.1% gain; platinum finished little changed from the end of 2010 while palladium was...
 
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