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US and China's October Inflation Featured in the Week Ahead

November 06, 2021
The cycle of the major central bank meetings has passed.  The Anglo-American central banks and Norway are ahead among the high-income countries in the adjustment of monetary policy. Meanwhile, the pandemic continues to scar, and flare-ups are extending the economic and social disruption in some large countries, including China and Russia.  Parts o…
US and China's October Inflation Featured in the Week Ahead US and China's October Inflation Featured in the Week Ahead Reviewed by Marc Chandler on November 06, 2021 Rating: 5
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Greenback's Pullback is Extended, but Getting Stretched

October 14, 2021
Overview:  Investors seem undeterred by the firm oil and gas prices and have taken stocks and bonds higher today.  Stronger risk appetites are also evident in the foreign exchange market, where the dollar is weaker against most currencies. The JP Morgan Emerging Market Currency Index is higher for a third day after falling for the previous six.  T…
Greenback's Pullback is Extended, but Getting Stretched Greenback's Pullback is Extended, but Getting Stretched Reviewed by Marc Chandler on October 14, 2021 Rating: 5
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Australia Reports a Record Trade Surplus despite China's Boycott

September 02, 2021
Overview: The markets are mostly in a holding pattern so far today, ahead of tomorrow's US jobs data and the PMI services and final composite readings.  Equities on balance are firmer, and the dollar is softer.  In Asia Pacific, Japan, China, Hong Kong, and India, equities advanced, while, among the large markets, South Korea, Australia, and T…
Australia Reports a Record Trade Surplus despite China's Boycott Australia Reports a Record Trade Surplus despite China's Boycott Reviewed by Marc Chandler on September 02, 2021 Rating: 5
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Markets Grind into the Weekend

August 13, 2021
Overview: Friday the 13th is supposed to be ominous, but the global capital markets are mostly subdued.  China's port shutdown and anxiety since South Korea reported a decline in memory chip exports weighed on Asia Pacific equities, with the Kospi and Taiex falling more than 3% this week and sending the South Korean won to its lowest level of …
Markets Grind into the Weekend Markets Grind into the Weekend Reviewed by Marc Chandler on August 13, 2021 Rating: 5
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US Prices Back to Center Stage in the Week Ahead

August 07, 2021
The main contours of the investment climate have not changed.  The evolution of the virus is seeing the re-introduction of social restrictions, extending lockdowns (e.g., Sydney), and prolonging formal emergencies (Japan). The return to the office in the US is being postponed for many companies.  Confidence in mass transportation will likely take …
US Prices Back to Center Stage in the Week Ahead US Prices Back to Center Stage in the Week Ahead Reviewed by Marc Chandler on August 07, 2021 Rating: 5
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Marking Time ahead of the Week's Big Events

June 08, 2021
Overview:  The capital markets appear to be in a holding pattern ahead of this week's big events, including the US CPI and the ECB meeting.  Equities are little changed but with a heavier bias evident.  Most of the large bourses in the Asia Pacific region were lower, except Australia, which eked out a small gain.  European markets are little c…
Marking Time ahead of the Week's Big Events Marking Time ahead of the Week's Big Events Reviewed by Marc Chandler on June 08, 2021 Rating: 5
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Diverging PMIs Fail to Give the Dollar Lasting Support

November 24, 2020
Overview: The contrast between the eurozone and US preliminary PMI readings caught the short-term market leaning the wrong way, and the dollar snapped back after extending its recent losses.  However, today the US dollar is back on its heels and returning to yesterday's lows against most major currencies.  The dollar bloc and Scandis lead the …
Diverging PMIs Fail to Give the Dollar Lasting Support Diverging PMIs Fail to Give the Dollar Lasting Support Reviewed by Marc Chandler on November 24, 2020 Rating: 5
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