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Weekly Economic and Financial Commentary
The economic calendar was packed with data releases this week, and speeches by Federal Reserve officials continued to prep the markets for an increase in interest rates "relatively soon." Market expectations have responded, with the Fed fund futures pricing in a 96 percent probability that the Fed will raise rates

Source: Fundamental Analysis | 3 Mar 2017 | 10:46 pm

The Weekly Bottom Line
It was an exciting week in markets this week. Alongside a much awaited tech IPO, there were plenty of first-tier data (both domestic and international), central bank speeches, and the inaugural presidential address to Congress. International data came in broadly constructive, while U.S. data came in even more robust. Alongside

Source: Fundamental Analysis | 3 Mar 2017 | 10:33 pm

Week Ahead Jobs and Fedspeak to Guide Dollar
Comments from members of the U.S. Federal Reserve have put a rate hike in March back on the table. Lack of details on the Trump administration pro-growth policies had reduced the probability of the central bank raising interest rates but the words from Chair Yellen and other influential members now

Source: Fundamental Analysis | 3 Mar 2017 | 10:18 pm

U.S. Services Sector Activity Surprises on the Upside, Improves in February
This is a very healthy report. The nonmanufacturing index surprised on the upside and is now at the highest level since late-2015, with the headline print accompanied by comments which continue to point to a positive outlook on business conditions, hiring, and the economy overall. Along with its manufacturing cousin

Source: Fundamental Analysis | 3 Mar 2017 | 11:46 am

ECB & RBA Policy Meetings, US Employment Report, Other Key Data in Focus
Next week's market movers: In Eurozone, we expect the ECB to remain on hold and maintain its dovish bias amid non-accelerating underlying inflationary pressures. The Reserve Bank of Australia is forecast to stand pat as well. We share this view, following recent comments from Governor Lowe and mixed economic data. In the

Source: Fundamental Analysis | 3 Mar 2017 | 10:30 am

Weekly Focus: Will the US Job Report Confirm a Near-Term Fed Hike?
The US labour market report for February will be scrutinised intensively following the recent speculation about the prospect of a Fed hike in March. We estimate a non-farm payroll of 190,000 and some reversal in average hourly earnings after weakness in wages in financial activities dragged them down in January.

Source: Fundamental Analysis | 3 Mar 2017 | 9:59 am

Crude in Risk of Correction But Outlook Still Bullish
Both oil contracts have bounced back a little after Thursday's sharp plunge. The all-time high crude stockpile levels in the US is the number one reason behind oil's inability to move further higher in recent weeks. With net long positions on both contracts being at record high levels, it could

Source: Fundamental Analysis | 3 Mar 2017 | 9:52 am

Pound Slides Continues on Soft Services PMI
GBP/USD has posted losses in Friday trade. Currently GBP/USD is trading at 1.2220. On the release front, British Services PMI dipped to 53.3, short of the estimate of 54.4 points. In the US, today's highlight is ISM Manufacturing PMI, which is forecast to remain unchanged at 56.5 points. The markets

Source: Fundamental Analysis | 3 Mar 2017 | 9:49 am

Canadian Dollar Slips to 8-Week Low on US Rate Expectations
USD/CAD continues to head lower in the Friday session. Currently, the pair is trading at 1.3420. On the release front, there are no Canadian releases on the schedule. In the US, today's highlight is ISM Manufacturing PMI, which is forecast to remain unchanged at 56.5 points. The markets will be

Source: Fundamental Analysis | 3 Mar 2017 | 9:48 am

Pound Slides Continues on Soft Services PMI
GBP/USD has posted losses in Friday trade. Currently GBP/USD is trading at 1.2220. On the release front, British Services PMI dipped to 53.3, short of the estimate of 54.4 points. In the US, today's highlight is ISM Manufacturing PMI, which is forecast to remain unchanged at 56.5 points. The markets

Source: Fundamental Analysis | 3 Mar 2017 | 8:01 am

ECB QE Hopes Brings Life Back to Stocks, BoJ On Deck
Yesterday's ECB-fueled rally caught a strong bid in Asia as the Nikkei popped by 5.88%; but will the Bank of Japan deliver next week?

Source: DailyFX - Daily Briefings | 22 Jan 2016 | 9:19 am

Bearish Key Reversal in Place in USDOLLAR - Will it Mark the Top?
Is it time to look short USD-pairs?

Source: DailyFX - Daily Briefings | 22 Jan 2016 | 7:25 am

Sticky Canada CPI to Fuel Larger USD/CAD Correction
Signs of sticky inflation in Canada may stoke a larger correction in USD/CAD as it dampens bets for a Bank of Canada (BoC) rate-cut in 2016.

Source: DailyFX - Daily Briefings | 22 Jan 2016 | 3:00 am

ECB Stimulus Intent Leads Oil, Stock Rallies while Gold Flattens
Risk rally accelerated on ECB’s promise of stimulus. Oil surged above $30 and copper held up. Gold stayed sideways before next week events

Source: DailyFX - Daily Briefings | 22 Jan 2016 | 2:44 am

Euro Vulnerable to Deeper Losses on Draghi Comments, PMI Data
The Euro may continue to push lower after dipping to a two-week low on further dovish comments from ECB President Draghi and soft PMI data.

Source: DailyFX - Daily Briefings | 22 Jan 2016 | 2:41 am

Stocks Rally on Draghi, But How Long Will it Last?
Mario Draghi gave us a familiar tune when he alluded to a potential increase in QE in March. But how long with this rally last?

Source: DailyFX - Daily Briefings | 21 Jan 2016 | 9:28 am

ECB Preview: No Change Today, Maybe in March; Depends on EUR/USD
It's highly unlikely that the ECB acts today, but it's almost equally as likely that the ECB will keep open the door for policy action in the future.

Source: DailyFX - Daily Briefings | 21 Jan 2016 | 7:00 am

Euro May Fall as Risk Appetite Firms on Dovish ECB
The Euro may decline as risk appetite firms – boosting the Aussie Dollar while punishing the Yen – if ECB President Draghi hints at stimulus expansion ahead.

Source: DailyFX - Daily Briefings | 21 Jan 2016 | 2:24 am

EUR/USD Stuck in Tight Range Ahead of ECB; Short-Squeeze on Tap?
EUR/USD stands at risk for a similar reaction to the ECB’s December meeting as the pair remains stuck in a narrowing range.

Source: DailyFX - Daily Briefings | 21 Jan 2016 | 2:00 am

Oil and Stocks Lead the Asian Rebound while Gold Calms
Risk-on drove Asian session with rebound in oil, copper, stocks. Gold calmed though interests stick. Volatility besets oil before data

Source: DailyFX - Daily Briefings | 20 Jan 2016 | 10:56 pm