Euroland CPI and PPI

Little Overnight Change in Dollar as Long-Term Rates Rise Further

February 3, 2021

Aside from declines of 0.6% and 0.3% against the New Zealand and Australian dollars, the U.S. currency’s net overnight movements have been minuscule including zero change versus the yen and yuan and upticks of 0.2% relative to the euro and a 0.1% versus the Swiss franc and sterling. Ten-year sovereign debt yields increased two basis […] More

Markets Looking for Action, Not Words, as Virus Spreads

March 3, 2020

Share prices had rallied sharply on Monday amid hopes for an appropriately forceful policy response to counteract the drag from the spreading covid-19 pandemic. The OCED is warning that global growth this year will slow to an 11-year low even if the virus impact is comparatively short-lived and that growth could be as low as […] More

Market Disturbances

May 3, 2018

Share prices fell late yesterday in the wake of an FOMC statement that reinforced the possibility of faster, rather than slower, rate hike normalization. Overnight in the Pacific Rim, Japan’s string of Golden Week holidays resumed with Constitution Day, but stocks elsewhere fell 2.6% in Indonesia, 1.4% in Hong Kong, 1.1% in Singapore, 0.6% in […] More

Dollar and Stocks Up and Commodities Down Ahead of U.S. Jobs Report

January 5, 2018

The dollar has advanced overnight by 0.5% against the yen, 0.4% vis-a-vis the peso, 0.3% versus the Aussie dollar, 0.2% relative to the euro and Swiss franc, and 0.1% against the loonie. There’s been a dip of 0.1% versus the yuan. The Nikkei-225 in Japan recovered another 0.9%, and the South Korean Kospi is 1.3% […] More

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