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  • Emerging Market Asia
  • EM Asia With 100 days of unexpected clear sailing for Asia FX under our belts, local EM currencies continued to strengthen despite
    the reflationary trade fading and commodity prices flagging as inflows remain robust with the greenback floundering and US yields
    falling.Also, the markets maximal negative view of US protectionism has given way to a […] [続きを読む]
  • The Month of “May”hem is upon us
  • The Month of Mayhem is upon us US political rollercoaster The US political roller coaster is showing little sign of abating despit
    e the House of Representatives and the Senate passing a 1-week Continuing Resolution funding the federal government until May 5 to
    avoid shutdown The critical health care bill is still not scheduled, and the […] [続きを読む]
  • Malaysian Ringgit Weekly Outlook
  • The ringgit is likely to trade firmer on improved buying support against the US dollar next week, more so, if the greenback loses
    steam over US President Donald Trump’s policies. OANDA Senior Trader Stephen Innes said the positioning of investors for the rin
    ggit is light amid the oil market’s balancing act of striving to remain […] [続きを読む]
  • Week Ahead US Jobs and Fed to Guide Markets
  • Soft US growth to pressure Fed ahead of Jobs report The US dollar is mixed against majors with gains against the NZD, JPY, CAD and
    AUD but weaker against the EUR and GBP. Risk appetite in Europe returned after the restful of the first round of elections in Fra
    nce left Macron and LePen heading into […] [続きを読む]
  • Russia Nears Compliance with 300K Daily Barrels Cut
  • Russia’s oil production cuts have reached almost 300,000 barrels per day, Energy Minister Alexander Novak said on Friday, in lin
    e with its pledge to curtail output as part of a global pact. The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries, along with Ru
    ssia and other leading non-OPEC producers, pledged to cut output by 1.8 million barrels […] [続きを読む]
  • Gold Stable After Weak US Growth in Q1
  • Gold prices are unable to find any momentum Friday despite the U.S. economy expanded at a slower pace than expected in the first t
    hree months of the year according to the latest data from the Commerce Department. Friday, the first estimate of first quarter gro
    ss domestic product showed that the U.S. economy expanded 0.7% at […] [続きを読む]
  • Canadian Dollar Falls Against Dollar on Friday
  • The Canadian dollar weakened against its U.S. counterpart on Friday, retaining this week’s defensive bias as domestic data showe
    d the economy stalled in February, offsetting a rebound in oil prices. Canadian gross domestic product was flat in February, match
    ing the forecast by analysts in a Reuters poll, after robust growth in January. “It is a […] [続きを読む]
  • Spanish Economy Grew 0.8% in Q1
  • Spain’s statistics agency says the economy grew 0.8 percent in the first quarter, keeping it as one of the fastest growing in th
    e European Union. The National Institute of Statistics said Friday that over the year the country’s GDP expanded by 3 percent. I
    t was Spain’s 14th consecutive quarter of growth. The run followed a […] [続きを読む]
  • Eurozone Inflation Rose to 1.9% Year to April
  • Official figures show that inflation across the 19-country eurozone pushed up to the European Central Bank’s target in April fol
    lowing a spike in underlying price pressures. Statistics agency Eurostat said Friday that its headline rate rose to 1.9 percent ov
    er the year to April from 1.5 percent the previous month. The increase was a tad […] [続きを読む]
  • UK Economy Slowed Down to 0.3% Growth
  • Britain’s economic growth slowed in the three months through March as concerns about the U.K.’s impending exit from the Europe
    an Union hurt consumer spending. The Office for National Statistics says the economy grew 0.3 percent from the previous quarter, s
    lower than the 0.4 percent forecast, as inflation brought on by the weaker pound reduced household […] [続きを読む]
  • Canada’s Economy Stalls
  • Canada’s economy unexpectedly stalled in February as manufacturing and production in other goods producing sectors shrank during
    the month. The real estate sector, which expanded 0.5 percent, had its best one-month gain since 2015 as housing in Toronto soare
    d. Economists surveyed by Bloomberg predicted a 0.1 percent gain in February, after a 0.6 percent jump […] [続きを読む]
  • U.S Labor Costs Accelerate in Q1
  • U.S. labor costs recorded their biggest gain since 2007 in the first quarter, suggesting wage growth was picking up as the labor m
    arket nears full employment. The Employment Cost Index, the broadest measure of labor costs, increased 0.8 percent, the largest in
    crease since the fourth quarter of 2007, after rising 0.5 percent in the fourth […] [続きを読む]
  • Canada: GDP by Industry, February 2017
  • Gross domestic product was unchanged in February following three months of growth. Gains in service-producing industries were offs
    et by declines in goods-producing industries. Service-producing industries were up 0.2% in February following a 0.5% gain in Janua
    ry, the highest monthly growth rate since January 2013. Goods-producing industries were down for the first time since October, dec
    lining [… [続きを読む]
  • Ringgit Rally Extends
  • KUALA LUMPUR: The ringgit extended its gains against the greenback for the fourth consecutive day on continued buying support for
    the local currency, dealers said. At 6pm, the local note was quoted at 4.3390/3430 against the US dollar from Thursday’s close o
    f 4.3450/3480. OANDA Senior Trader Stephen Innes said there has been a shift in […] [続きを読む]
  • Dollar in Trouble Ahead of May Day
  • April 28: Five things the markets are talking about Global equities are on the back foot; trimming their sixth consecutive monthly
    gain, as geopolitical worries intensifies ahead of today’s U.S GDP report for Q1 (08:30 am). U.S data is projected to show the
    domestic economy expanded at a +1.0% annualized rate in Q1, the weakest […] [続きを読む]
  • Britannia Rules the Nay’s
  • The end of the month is turning into a tough one for GBP naysayers as cable sales higher. Meanwhile, Draghi drags Euro lower, and
    Trump threatens to terminate, again. Month end flows should always be taken with a grain of salt, as institutions rebalance intern
    ational portfolios or do last minute hedging etc. These execute at […] [続きを読む]
  • Oil and Gold Slip Sideways into Friday
  • Crude oil staged a dead cat bounce overnight after an initial sell-off, whilst gold flat-lined into Friday. Both Brent and WTI fel
    l a dollar overnight to make new lows for the week but rebounded aggressively to finish unchanged from Wednesday at 51.50 and 48.9
    0 respectively. Although the talk was of renewed Libyan production, the price […] [続きを読む]