US Core Retail Sales excluding auto and gas are expected to ease to 0.7% m/m from 1.2% in the previous number. A lower than expected reading should be taken as negative for the greenback. In Canada, CPI is expected to come out at 0.4% m/m and y/y inflation is expected to rise to 2...
Discussions continue to build a majority to pass Brexit legislation Significance of legislation can't and won't be underestimated Bill means we can leave the EU by summer Government wants the broadest support possible
Cross-party talks need to come to a conclusion Parliament will have opportunity to vote on withdrawal bill in the 1st week of June
Actual: 1.3% Forecast: 1.2% Previous: 1.2%
1. Eurozone GDP Number The GDP is expected to come out at 0.4% q-o-q growth, the same as the previous number. This would lead to an annual realization of 1.2%. A better than expected realization may support the single currency. 2. US Retail Sales
SALVINI SAYS ITALY READY TO BREAK EU FISCAL RULES
Additional comments from U.S. President Donald Trump cross the wires as he continues to talk about the trade dispute with China on his favorite platform, Twitter. We can make a deal with China tomorrow before their companies start leaving so as not to lose USA business, but the last tim...
Fed is close to achieving its goals Need to keep focus on price stability, employment US economy is in good shape Economy has rebounded pretty solidly after soft patch at the end of last year Sees mixed messages in Q1 GDP data Says economy is well...
Actual: -2.1 Forecast: 5.1 Previous: 3.1
Actual: 8.2 Forecast: 6.0 Previous: 5.5
Actual: 3.8% Forecast: 3.9% Previous: 3.9%
Raising tariffs will not solve problems. We do not want to engage in a trade war but we are not afraid. It is natural to have disagreements in negotiations. Hopes that US doesn't underestimate Chinese determination to protect its interests.
1. UK Employment Report The UK Office for National Statistics will publish the monthly jobs report today and it will be watched more for what it says about wages than hiring. The UK Unemployment Rate is expected to stay at 3.9% in March, the same as the previo...
Final CPI +2.0% vs +2.0% y/y prelim Final HICP +1.0% vs +1.0% m/m prelim Final HICP +2.1% vs +2.1% y/y prelim
The USDJPY is moving lower after China said it will impose tariffs on 5000 US goods ($60B dollars in total). China is discussing the possibility of dumping US Treasuries. In the event that the USDJPY fall continues, we will see 108.95 as a key support level.
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