09 Jun 19 (Sun)
Keep Your Eye On US Inflation Numbers This Week EUR/USD: The US Dollar dropped significantly against all major currencies after the US Non-Farm Payrolls Data. The US Economy created 75K jobs in May, much fewer than expected, while wage inflation eased, the Labor Department reported last Friday. The US Jobs Report increased expectations that the Fed will cut rates as the job market peaks. Looking ahead, Inflation numbers...
02 Jun 19 (Sun)
A Huge Week Ahead; Focus on ECB Decision And US Nonfarm Payrolls EUR/USD: Looking Ahead, We will pay attention to the ECB Monetary Policy Decision on Thursday. There is no rate change expected from the ECB. In their last meeting, Policymakers continued to evaluate whether its most recent stimulus is enough to offset downward pressure on growth. The announcement will be followed by President Mario Draghi's news conferen...
26 May 19 (Sun)
Pay Attention To US GDP Growth This Week EUR/USD: The minutes of the Fed’s last meeting released Wednesday. Federal Reserve policymakers said their patient approach to monetary policy action could continue for "some time" amid concerns over the sluggish pace of inflation. Trade tensions eased Friday after U.S. President Donald Trump said that a deal with China could include Huawei in some form. The administration has put t...
19 May 19 (Sun)
Focus On FOMC And ECB Meeting Minutes This Week EUR/USD: The Eurozone Consumer Price index rose 1.7% in April from the same month a year earlier, the bloc’s statistics agency Eurostat said on last Friday. Month-on-month, eurozone prices increased by 0.7 percent, as markets had expected, from 1.0 percent in March. In the upcoming week, the Federal Reserve will release the minutes from its policy meeting on Wednesday. At the...
12 May 19 (Sun)
Watch Out For Eurozone Economic Data This Week EUR/USD: US Consumer Prices picked up slightly in April. The US Consumer Price Index rose 2.0% from a year ago, while core inflation, that excludes volatile food and energy costs, increased 2.1%. Additional, the US Producer Prices rose in April, but the annualized reading unexpectedly held steady at 2.2%. Muted inflation has been key to stopping any further interest rate hikes...
05 May 19 (Sun)
U.S.-China Trade Talks and US CPI Are In Focus This Week EUR/USD: Last Friday, the US economy generated a stronger than expected 263K new jobs in April, helping to drive down the unemployment rate to a 49-year low of 3.6%. The jobless rate slid from 3.8% in March to hit the lowest level since December 1969. Other details of the report showed that the wage inflation, as measured by the average hourly earnings, rose 0.2% on a month.
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