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Dollar Slips and Stocks Rise Ahead of Last FOMC Decision of the Yellen Era

December 13, 2017

The dollar fell overnight by 0.7% against the kiwi, 0.6% versus the Aussie dollar, 0.4% relative to sterling, 0.3% vis-a-vis the yen and 0.1% against the euro, Swiss franc and loonie. Core U.S. CPI inflation in November was 0.1 percentage point less than forecast with a rise of 0.1% from October and a 1.7% 12-month […] More

Sterling Down on Stalemated Brexit Talks

October 12, 2017

A fifth round of Brexit talks between the U.K. and EU failed to make progress settling the matter of Britain’s debt to the common currency, and without such the EU won’t discuss Britain’s future relationship with Continental Europe. Sterling fell 0.6% against the euro and dollar overnight. Sentiment toward the euro was buoyed by the […] More

A Pause in the Action

September 13, 2017

Movements in stocks, the dollar, and sovereign debt instruments have been minor so far today especially compared to those earlier in the week. The most significant action has been a drop in copper (1.5%) and other industrial metals. The dollar slipped 0.3% against the Australian and Canadian dollars, 0.2% versus the euro and 0.1% vis-a-vis […] More

A Valentine’s Day Full of Data and Other Developments

February 14, 2017

Market Movement: The dollar is higher against sterling but lower against the euro, Swissie, yen, and commodity-sensitive currencies. Oil and gold climbed 1.3% and 0.7% overnight. 10-year German bund and Japanese JGB yields rose a basis point, while the 10-year Treasury and British gilt slid a basis point. Japan’s Nikkei slumped 1.1%. Central Bank News: […] More

Rotation in Investment Strategies Extended

November 14, 2016

The dollar continued to climb, gaining overnight by 1.0% against the yen, 0.9% versus the Swiss franc, 0.8% relative to the euro, 0.7% vis-a-vis sterling, 0.5% against the kiwi, 0.3% versus the Mexican peso and 0.1% against the loonie. Since the close on November 8, the day of the U.S. election, the dollar has advanced […] More

A Fearful Mood in the Marketplace

September 14, 2016

Investor confidence has turned very fragile because of  The erosion of Clinton’s lead. A Trump victory is expected to be followed by vast changes in U.S. policy on a wide range of policies and procedures. Signs that monetary stimulus has hit the wall of diminishing returns even as global growth remains lackluster and inflation too […] More

Aussie Dollar Rose and Oil Price Fell

November 12, 2015

Australia’s currency strengthened 1.0% against its U.S. counterpart on strong labor market data.  Australia’s jobless rate fell 0.3 percentage points to 5.9%, and 58.6K jobs were created last month, four times greater than anticipated. The U.S. dollar has otherwise climbed 0.3% against the euro and sterling, 0.2% versus the kiwi and loonie, and 0.1% relative […] More

New Zealand Dollar Volatility and Some Interesting Data Reports

October 14, 2015

A speech by Governor Wheeler of the Reserve Bank of New Zealand whip-sawed the kiwi.  The currency initially fell 0.4% to as low as USD 0.6619 when the central bank head indicated that the Official Cash Rate probably will fall further, contingent on future economic news, but it then roared back to USD 0.6726, a […] More

European Share Prices Significantly Lower… And Oil Off Another 1.3% to $59.10

December 12, 2014

Equities have fallen 1.6% in Paris, 1.4% in Madrid, Milan and Zurich, 1.5% in London and 1.2% in Frankfurt.  Stocks closed down 0.9% in India, 0.3% in Hong Kong and 0.2% in Australia but rose 0.7% in Japan, 0.3% in China and South Korea, and 0.2% in New Zealand, Singapore and Taiwan. Key sovereign debt […] More

Weaker Pound and Dollar

November 12, 2014

Sterling fell 0.5% against the dollar, which has otherwise depreciated 0.8% relative to the kiwi, 0.3% versus the euro, 0.2% vis-a-vis the yen and Australian dollar and 0.1% against the loonie.  The Swiss franc at 1.2022 per euro moved nearer to the 1.2000 ceiling that Swiss National Bank officials promise unlimited intervention to prevent further […] More

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