German CPI

Dollar, Pound and Most Equities Falter as a Ton of Economic Data Got Released

November 14, 2017

The dollar rose 0.7% against sterling while posting losses overnight of 0.7% against the euro, 0.4% versus the Swiss franc, 0.2% vis-a-vis the Australian dollar, and 0.1% relative to the yen, loonie, peso and yuan. The kiwi fell 0.5%. Share prices declined 0.9% in Australia, 0.6% in Indonesia, Singapore and Hong Kong, and 0.5% in […] More

More Evidence of Subdued Inflation

October 13, 2017

The dollar fell overnight by 0.7% against the Australian dollar, 0.6% relative to the kiwi, 0.4% versus the yen and sterling, 0.3% vis-a-vis the Swiss franc, 0.2% against the euro and 0.1% versus the yuan. The peso and loonie remained unchanged even as President Trump suggests that it may not be possible to fix 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 Somewhat Corrective Wednesday in the Market

August 30, 2017

The dollar recovered, sovereign debt yields rose and so have European and Asian equities overnight. The dollar climbed 0.4% against the euro, 0.3% versus the yen, 0.2% vis-a-vis the loonie, Swissy, and kiwi, and 0.1% relative to the Australian dollar. The dollar has dipped 0.1% versus the yuan and peso and is unchanged against sterling. […] More

Tough Session for Stocks and Dollar

July 28, 2017

Equities in the Pacific Rim dropped 1.7% in South Korea, 1.4% in Australia, 1.2% in New Zealand, 0.9% in Hong Kong, 0.8% in Singapore, 0.7% in Singapore and 0.6% in Japan. Stocks in Europe thus far are down 1.3% in France, 1.1% in Italy, 0.9% in Spain, 0.8% in the U.K., and 0.4% in Germany. […] More

Dollar and Fixed Income Security Prices Soften

June 29, 2017

The dollar declined overnight by 0.5% against the peso, 0.4% relative to the Australian currency, 0.3% versus the yuan and sterling, 0.2% vis-a-vis the euro, and 0.1% against the Swiss franc and loonie. The dollar firmed 0.2% against the kiwi and 0.3% versus the yen. Ten-year German bund and British gilt yields jumped five basis […] More

Divergent Monetary Policies Lend Dollar Support

March 30, 2017

The dollar is up 0.3% against the kiwi, 0.2% relative to the euro and 0.1% vis-a-vis the yen and loonie ahead of U.S. GDP data. Federal Reserve District Presidents Williams and Rosengren, who both represent blue state areas, favor as many as four interest rate increases this year. Chicago Fed President Evans is more inclined […] More

U.S. Monetary Tightening Fever Lifts Dollar, Stocks and Sovereign Debt Yields

March 1, 2017

Last night’s speech by President Trump did no harm but lacked the details that investors were hoping to learn. No more is known about what will replace the Affordable Care Act, or how increased government spending will be financed. Trump was less contentious, but any relief could quickly dissipate today after the new immigration policy […] More

U.S. Restraints on Immigration Rattle Markets

January 30, 2017

Numerous Asian markets from China to South Korea, Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia, and Hong Kong were closed for the Lunar New Year (of the Rooster). There’s been an uproar over President Trumps executive orders concerning immigration banning visitors from many Islamic countries but conspicuously not Saudi Arabia. Stocks fell 0.5% overnight in Japan, 0.9% in Australia, […] More

Investors Ponder What the Changes Will Bring

November 11, 2016

The post-election rally of equities hit a bump overnight. Stocks fell 2.5% in India, 4.0% in Indonesia, 1.9% in Hong Kong, 0.7% in Singapore but rose 0.8% in China and Australia. Japan’s Nikkei edged up 0.2% following a huge run-up on Thursday. European share prices are down 1.1% in the U.K., 0.8% in France, 0.9% […] More

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