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  • CAC Jumps as US Tax Reform Gains Steam
  • The CAC index has posted strong gains in the Monday session. Currently, the index is at 5412.50, up 1.18% on the day. In economic
    news,Eurozone Final CPI improved to 1.5%, matching the forecast. Eurozone Final Core CPI remained unchanged at 0.9%, also matching
    the estimate. France released key indicators on Thursday, and the numbers were […] [続きを読む]
  • Trump aims to be no Mr. Scrooge
  • Monday December 18: Five things the markets are talking about In the last full trading week of the year, global equities are kicki
    ng off on a positive note after Friday’s Republican Senate caucus agreement on the shape of U.S tax cuts aimed at boosting growt
    h in the world’s largest economy. The vote is expected to […] [続きを読む]
  • INR spooked by election headlines
  • ByKenan Machado@kenanwsj India’s stocks and currency swung sharply in the first hour of trading, taking attention from strong ba
    nk-fueled gains in Japan and Australia and the start of bitcoin trading on theworld’s largest futures exchange. The rupee briefl
    y hit a three-month low versus the dollar and the Sensex stock benchmark in India fell as much […] [続きを読む]
  • The US dollar headwinds are surfacing
  • :Asian markets rallied on Monday, tracking fresh records on Wall Street, while the dollar held gains as Donald Trump’s much-hyped tax cuts moved a step closer to being passed. The controversial reforms look destined to become the US president’s first major congressional victory as two key Republican holdouts in the Senate decided to back the […] [続きを読む]
  • A Bumpy Ride on the Rand this morning
  • The currency traded at 13.0989 per dollar as of 9:50 a.m. in Tokyo after earlier touching 12.9055, the strongest level since Sept.
    12, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. Against the euro, it approached a five-month high and was at 15.3891. Traders are be
    tting Cyril Ramaphosa will win the election after gaining more branch nominations […] [続きを読む]
  • Germany’s SPD Agrees to Coalition Talks
  • Germany’s Social Democrats have agreed to open exploratory talks on forming a government with Chancellor Angela Merkel, a party
    source said, raising hopes for an end to a rare period of political deadlock in Europe’s largest economy. Leader Martin Schulz m
    et party bosses and recommended that they should go back on a pledge to go […] [続きを読む]
  • U.S Industrial Output Increases 0.2% in November
  • U.S. industrial production rose less than expected in November as a drop in utilities output offset a post-hurricane rebound in th
    e oil and gas industries and the third consecutive monthly advance for manufacturing, the Federal Reserve said on Friday. Overall
    industrial output rose 0.2 percent following an upwardly revised 1.2 percent gain in October. Economists […] [続きを読む]
  • EU launches next phase of Brexit
  • The European Union agreed on Friday to move Brexit talks onto trade and a transition pact but some leaders cautioned that the final year of Britain’s divorce negotiations could be fraught with peril. On the second day of a Brussels summit, EU leaders agreed “sufficient progress” was made after a deal on citizens’ rights, the […] [続きを読む]
  • Canada: Monthly Survey of Manufacturing, October 2017
  • Manufacturing sales declined 0.4% to $53.5 billion in October, following two consecutive monthly increases. Sales fell in 8 of 21
    industries, representing 56.0% of the manufacturing sector. Sales of motor vehicles and other transportation equipment accounted f
    or most of the decline in October. Excluding these two industries, manufacturing sales increased 0.5%. In constant dollars, sales
    […] [続きを読む]
  • The Great Central Bank Yawn
  • The Great Central Bank Yawn Neither the ECB or the BOE offered up much of anything at yesterday’s Central Bank events. Not wanti
    ng to impede the nascent EU economic recovery via a stronger Euro, the ECB forward guidance remained dovish. The BoE decision was
    equally dull as the central bank voted unanimously to keep rates […] [続きを読む]
  • Gold Yawns as Retail Sales Jump
  • Gold has ticked lower in the Thursday session. In North American trade, the spot price for an ounce of gold is $1254.27, down 0.11
    % on the day. On the release front,consumer spending indicators looked sharp, as Core Retail Sales and Retail Sales improved in No
    vember, with readings of 1.0% and 0.8%, respectively. Both indicators beat […] [続きを読む]