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The ECB meets tomorrow. We do not attribute any significance to the fact that the meeting will be held in Cyprus. A couple times a year, the ECB meets outside of Frankfurt. There are three key ...
The US dollar is broadly firmer though the Antipodean currencies continue to enjoy residual strength. The Canadian dollar is not being dragged up with them on account of Bank of Canada meeting today. ...
This Great Graphic shows two time series. The white line is the S&P 500 and the yellow line is the Dow Jones STOXX 600 which tracks European stocks. Using Bloomberg analytics, we indexed the two ...
The Reserve Bank of Australia defied expectations and left rates on hold earlier today. This has lifted the Australian dollar back to yesterday's highs near $0.7845 were it stalled. The derivatives ...
The differences between eurozone members tends to be a key focus for investors and policy makers. There is another fissure that typically is under-appreciated. It is within Germany itself and is ...
The US dollar is firmer to start the week against most of the major currencies. The eurozone reported less deflation than expected, and Germany and Italy reported better manufacturing PMIs. This ...
March is said to come in like a lion and leave like a lamb. It does indeed appear to be coming in like a lion for investors. There are four major central bank meetings and the US employment report. ...
The US dollar traded higher against most of the major currencies over the past week. No thanks to Yellen's testimony before Congress. Market participants took away from her words a reduced chance of a...
The US dollar's gains scored yesterday are being consolidated now, giving it a somewhat heavier tone. Equity markets are mixed, consolidating this week's gains. Bond markets are also mostly quiet. ...
U.S. prices are falling. The 0.7% decline in U.S. consumer prices was the largest monthly drop since December 2008. Consumer prices in January fell 0.1% from a year ago. The last time the ...