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Weekly Outlook: Will Virus Gloom Continue To Infect The Market?

The panic and commotion seen in risk-oriented assets, over the past few weeks, have lessened somewhat since the on-set of the crisis and after implementation of the global quarantine. However, this tranquility in financial markets may be feeble and soon coming to an end, as investors continue to monitor the pace of COVID-19 infections in […]

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Week Ahead – Full Market Returns With War Drums & Risk Aversion

Financial Markets will be ramping up into full gear during the first full week of the New Year, following a festive holiday rally in US equities that alluded to global trade optimism and Brexit concerns coming to a cheerful end. However, this risk positive mood may be coming to a huge halt given the sounding […]

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Market Sentiment Remains Balanced For This Week’s Open

After the week long celebration of The Chinese Lunar New Year Holiday, we are witnessing a gradual return to higher volatility, as Asian institutional banks and investors re-open for a fresh week of trading. Prior to the US Opening Bell, risk-oriented assets were recovering on a tone of relief following last week’s equity decline into […]

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Mild Risk Aversion Ahead of Key Risk Events

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Mild risk aversion has been the dominant play across multiple asset classes for the first trading day of the week, as investors remain cautious ahead of key risk events this week. Continuing concerns surrounding tomorrow’s Brexit vote, a dovish FOMC on Wednesday, weak Q4 earnings, and the resumption of US-China Trade talks on Wednesday are […]

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US Political Developments Alter Financial Market Behavior

Today’s trading session was fairly light on the economic docket side, so market participants looked towards fixed income & news headlines for direction and bias. Today’s Spot FX price action was marked by a continuation of the soft dollar sentiment that began on last week, as most dollar-denominated currency pairs climbed higher on growing US […]

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FOMC Meeting Minutes Reveal A Favorable Economy

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Within the hour following the release of January’s FOMC meeting minutes, we have witnessed a bout of volatility that has shifted risk assets from maintaining a positive position for the day, but now towards risk aversion and slight concern about the effects of inflation. In January’s meeting minutes, which was Janet Yellen’s last meeting as […]

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Non-Farm Payrolls Data Is Not Good For All

The US dollar is currently benefiting from today’s news and market headlines concerning the monthly Non-Farms Employment Data , US Unemployment rate, and Average Hourly Earnings rate. The data is showing that the US economy is becoming more healthier & stronger. But, we are seeing the opposite response in risk markets, as investor rotate out […]

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Gold and US Dollar modestly unchanged With No FOMC Surprise

The outcome of today’s Federal Open Market Committee’s (FOMC) statement was to no surprise for many investors, as the FED did what was expected and kept interest rates and the U.S. monetary policy unchanged. This was Fed Chairwoman Janet Yellen’s final FOMC meeting as presiding Chair of the Federal Reserve. The statement provided an upbeat […]

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Senator Marco Rubio Sends US Dollar Higher on Tax Vote

As we draw closer to the holiday season and the end of the 2017 year, it is typical to witness a mild liquidity drain as market participants pull away from their trading platforms and prepare for the new year of trading. Whenever there is a thinning in market volume, any shifting news headline released to […]

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New Zealand Dollar Weakness May End Soon

Post the 2017 New Zealand General Election back on September 23rd, The New Zealand dollar still continues its descent into further bear territory spawned by an unexpected turn of events from this year’s elections. The incumbent National Party was clearly leading in the polls and was expected to have the majority of votes prior to […]

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