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Is it All Really about Today's US CPI Print?

August 10, 2022
Overview: The US dollar is trading with a heavier bias ahead of the July CPI report. The intraday momentum indicators are overextended, and this could set the stage for the dollar to recover in North America. Outside of a handful of emerging market currencies, which include the Mexican peso and Hong Kong dollar, most are trading lower. Losses in U…
Is it All Really about Today's US CPI Print? Is it All Really about Today's US CPI Print? Reviewed by Marc Chandler on August 10, 2022 Rating: 5
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US Jobs, EMU CPI, Japan's Tankan, and China's PMI Highlight the Week Ahead

March 26, 2022
This year was supposed to be about the easing of the pandemic and the normalization of policy. Instead, Russia's invasion of Ukraine threw a wrench in the macroeconomic forecasts as St. Peter’s victories broke the brackets of the NCAA basketball championship pools. The war has pushed up the price of energy, metals, and foodstuffs, which seemed…
US Jobs, EMU CPI, Japan's Tankan, and China's PMI Highlight the Week Ahead US Jobs, EMU CPI, Japan's Tankan, and China's PMI Highlight the Week Ahead Reviewed by Marc Chandler on March 26, 2022 Rating: 5
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Limping into the Weekend

March 11, 2022
Overview:  The pall of war shrouds the capital and commodity markets ahead of the weekend.  Indications that Ukraine recognizes that it cannot join NATO is not sufficient for Moscow that appears to be fighting for an unconditional surrender of the Kyiv government.  Chinese and Indian shares managed to buck the regional losses today.  Of note, the …
Limping into the Weekend Limping into the Weekend Reviewed by Marc Chandler on March 11, 2022 Rating: 5
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ECB Meeting and US and China's CPI are the Macro Highlights in the Week Ahead ECB Meeting and US and China's CPI are the Macro Highlights in the Week Ahead Reviewed by Marc Chandler on March 05, 2022 Rating: 5
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The Fog of War

February 25, 2022
Overview:  When Russia did what the US has been warning about since February 11, the markets seem to have an exaggerated response.  The recovery in the S&P 500 and NASDAQ, the $90 pullback in gold from its highs, a $7 retreat in the price of April WTI, set the tone for today's action.   In Asia Pacific, Hong Kong was the only market that f…
The Fog of War The Fog of War Reviewed by Marc Chandler on February 25, 2022 Rating: 5
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Could it be another Buy the Rumor Sell the Fact for the Dollar on the US Jobs Report? Could it be another Buy the Rumor Sell the Fact for the Dollar on the US Jobs Report? Reviewed by Marc Chandler on January 07, 2022 Rating: 5
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August Folds into September: PRC PMI, EMU CPI, US NFP

August 28, 2021
August folds into September, and the high-frequency cycle begins anew.  The initial estimate of consumer inflation by the ECB and the US jobs data are the highlights. The preliminary PMI estimates have already been released for many countries and are often good enough for investors. China's PMI is an exception.  Beijing does not publish a prel…
August Folds into September: PRC PMI, EMU CPI, US NFP August Folds into September:  PRC PMI, EMU CPI, US NFP Reviewed by Marc Chandler on August 28, 2021 Rating: 5
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US Yields Stabilize After Falling to Three-Month Lows

June 11, 2021
Overview: The 10-year US Treasury yield steadied after reaching a three-month low near 1.43%, despite the US CPI rising more than expected to 5% year-over-year.  On the week, the decline of around a dozen basis points would be the largest in a year.  Australia, New Zealand, and Italy benchmark yields have seen a bigger decline this week.  The S&am…
US Yields Stabilize After Falling to Three-Month Lows US Yields Stabilize After Falling to Three-Month Lows Reviewed by Marc Chandler on June 11, 2021 Rating: 5
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