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  • Preparing for the Trump Tantrum
  • Preparing for the Trump Tantrum US equities recovered moderately after the sharp decline yesterday; investors were in buy the dip
    mode during a rare US equities market pull back. Despite the amount of ink spilt over the health care vote, fundamentally the US e
    conomic landscape looks bright, and investors were quick to snap up bargains. […] [続きを読む]
  • Market Anxiety High as Doubts on Trump Policies Rise
  • Shares, oil and the US dollar were all under pressure as global financial markets took fright at the prospect that Donald Trump wo
    uld fail to deliver on his growth-boosting promises. In the most nervous conditions since the immediate aftermath of the president
    ’s shock victory in last November’s elections, stock markets in Asia and Europe fell […] [続きを読む]
  • Oil Sell-Off Taking Its Toll on CAD and NOK
  • Oil is re-asserting its stranglehold on the currencies of energy producers. After ignoring volatile crude prices for most of the y
    ear, the currencies of Norway and Canada are succumbing to a selloff that has knocked 12 percent off the value of their biggest ex
    port this month. Russia’s ruble, a favorite destination of carry traders using […] [続きを読む]
  • UK Household Outlook Most Downbeat Since 2013
  • British households are more downbeat about the outlook for their finances than at any time since late 2013 as rising inflation squ
    eezes their disposable income, a survey showed on Wednesday. Official figures on Tuesday showed inflation in February jumped to it
    s highest level in over three years at 2.3 percent, as sterling’s fall since Britain […] [続きを読む]
  • French Presidential Race Far From Over
  • Emmanuel Macron’s advisers are calling for caution as their candidate strengthens his lead in the French election race and Repub
    lican rival Francois Fillon is hit by another scandal, this time reports he profited from ties to the Russian government. Macron r
    ose half a percentage point, to 26 percent, in an Elabe survey of first-round voting […] [続きを読む]
  • Risk Aversion Spreads as Trump Trade Unravels
  • Financial markets have moved into risk averse mode as traders appear to lose faith in Donald Trump’s ability to deliver on his a
    mbitious election pledges. The Trump trade has seen equity markets soar to record highs since November, with investors willing to
    look beyond some of the more unsavoury aspects of his mandate and instead […] [続きを読む]
  • EUR/USD ? Euro Slips on Soft Current Account
  • EUR/USD has lost ground on Wednesday, paring the strong gains which marked the Tuesday session. Currently, the pair is trading at
    the 1.0760. On the release front, there are no major economic indicators out of Europe or the US. In the eurozone, January’s cur
    rent account surplus slipped to EUR 24.1 billion, well off the forecast […] [続きを読む]
  • A Dollar story not a Yuan story
  • US stock indexes posted their largest drop on Tuesday since the November election of US President Donald Trump with investors conc
    erned about the ability of the new administration to implement its pro-business policy agenda. Overnight, the dollar index slid be
    low 100 for the first time since early February, extending a downtrend that began last week […] [続きを読む]
  • Aussie Lower on Risk Aversion
  • “It appears (Trump’s) lack of skilled political operators will hurt the enactment of his key initiatives,” said Stephen Innes, senior trader at OANDA. “The markets are very fidgety about this political setback for the Trump administration, which will be the primary driver in today’s session and possibly beyond. The Aussie dollar’s resilience will certainly be […] [続きを読む]
  • Yuan strengthens as USD slides
  • Investors are worried that U.S. President Donald Trump will struggle to deliver promised tax cuts that propelled the market to rec
    ord highs in recent months, with nervousness deepening ahead of a key healthcare vote on Thursday. The market also questioned Trum
    p’s ability to pass tax and spending reforms further down the line, said Stephen Innes, […] [続きを読む]
  • Trump Trade on the Ropes
  • The Trump Trade on the Ropes The markets were looking rather positive for risk when I clocked out yesterday, as election fears in
    France subside after a steady performance from Macron. It all went downhill rapidly in the NY session as there are concerns about
    whether Trump and Ryan have enough votes to pass their […] [続きを読む]
  • Weekly Market Snapshot ? 21 March 2017 (Video)
  • In this week’s market snapshot, Senior Market Analyst Craig Erlamdiscusses some of this week’s key themes including the dovish
    rate hike from the Federal Reserve, the sudden hawkish turn from the Bank of England and the political risk environment in the Eu
    rozone. Craig also gives his analysis of a wide range of forex, commodity and […] [続きを読む]
  • UK Budget Deficit Best Since February 2007
  • Britain’s public finances are on a roll but officials don’t expect the good news to last. The budget deficit last month was 1.
    8 billion pounds ($2.2 billion), the best performance for any February since 2007, the Office for National Statistics said Tuesday
    . Revenue surged 7.1 percent from a year earlier and spending rose just 0.5 […] [続きを読む]