Daily Forex Market Reviews - Page 79

German Business Climate Growth Slowed Down

The US dollar was traded slightly upwards on Tuesday to most major currencies amid German Business Climate growth that fell out of expectations and amid the decrease of US Consumer Confidence from more than 5-year high...

ECB President Mario Draghi Is Ready to Deploy Another Round of LTRO

The US dollar was traded slightly downwards on Monday to most major currencies amid no important US macrostatistics, stock markets decrease and euro-zone ambiguous statistics...

Spotlight on US Default Threat Again

Yesterday world financial markets closed in the red zone. Like a year ago, the pick of the day was the US debt ceiling. According to experts’ forecasts, the current maximum can be reached already in mid-October...

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The UK Series: The BoE's dilemma 4/6

The UK battles with extremely stubborn levels of inflation, leaving family incomes particularly stretched. The price of living has increased but wage appreciation has been minimal...

The UK series: Growth areas 3/6

It was previously estimated that the UK’s economy would grow by 0.8% this year. However, the latest prediction is that the UK economy is going to grow by at least 1.5%....

UK Retail Sales Fell Unexpectedly

US dollar trade was mixed on Thursday and it made attempts of correction after prior day significant weakening and amid good US statistics...


The UK series: Present Issues 2/6

To the envy of other economies, the UK has recently produced a collection of impressive results. Unfortunately, this makes it very easy to forget how precarious their economic revival has been...

Larry Summers Will not Be a New Fed Chairman

The US dollar dropped on Monday after former US Finance Minister Larry Summers had withdrawn for Fed chair but then the dollar partially recovered its lost positions...

Two thirds of Bloomberg respondents wait for Fed decision

The US dollar fell on Friday against the pound and the yen and almost didn

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The UK series: Economy talk 1/6

The United Kingdom has the 6th largest GDP in the world, but it is no hidden secret that the UK economy greatly suffered during the financial crisis. Many were astounded when the UK came dramatically close to a double dip recession. The IMF also stated that the UK economy was recovering with less success than 23 of the 33 advanced countries that they monitor... However, there are strong signals that the UK economy is becoming vibrant once more. They have produced a collection of impressive results during the summer months, including a 0.7% second quarter GDP growth rate. This makes it fundamentally essential to gain an understanding as to what makes the UK economy tick.

Chinese Industrial Output Exceeded Expectations

The US dollar was traded differently on Tuesday; it fell against commodity currencies and the pound and grew against the yen and Swiss franc and almost didn

Most Experts Are Sure QE3 Reduce to Be Started at the Nearest FOMC Meeting

The US dollar was traded downwards on Monday against most major currencies (except the yen) amid no any significant macrostatistics and continuing to recover Friday weak labour market data that lower the possibility of asset purchase reduce start at the nearest FOMC meeting...


Some Stir on Markets

Due to positive statistics from China, yesterday world financial markets closed mainly on the rise, with the exception of European stock exchanges. Thus, the British FTSE 100 fell 0.03 percent down to 6,530.74 points, the German DAX climbed up by 0.01 percent to 8,276.32 points whereas the French CAC 40 dropped 0.22 percent down to 4,040.33 points...

Impressive Hike on Markets

Yesterday world financial markets posted quite a noticeable hike of indices due to the release of eurozone statistics. The ECB and the Bank of England kept the base interest rates at 0.5 percent...

UK Services PMI Reached Almost 7-Year High

The US dollar was traded downwards on Wednesday against most major currencies (except the yen) after 5-day growth in a row according to the dollar index amid weak statistic on trade balance and manufacturing PMI in the region of New York...

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EUR/USD at Crossroads

Yesterday world financial markets finished with a slight rise in indices. Investors' sentiments were influenced by the data for the Eurozone as well as by the information that the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee had voted for the military action against Syria...

The Australian Dollar Grew After the Decision on Rate

The Australian dollar grew after the decision of the Reserve Bank of Australia to keep the rate unchanged at 2.50% despite weak retail sales and current account data...

UK Manufacturing PMI Has Grown

The pound grew on Monday after the release of manufacturing PMI. Manufacturing PMI in the UK rose in August up to 57.2 p. from 54.8 p. in July


Consumer Confidence data turned out better than expected

The US dollar was traded slightly upwards on Friday against most major currencies amid mixed macrostatistics. Consumer Confidence data turned out better than expected...

Crash

Yesterday the world's financial markets closed in the red zone. In particular, in Europe Britain's FTSE 100 fell 1.08 percent down to 6,412.93 points, Germany's DAX shed 1.12 percent down to 8,103.15 points, and France's CAC 40 dropped 1.32 percent down to 3,933.78...

US GDP Growth Accelerated in the Second Quarter

The US dollar showed a significant growth on Thursday, the highest for almost 4 weeks according to the dollar index after the publication of strong US GDP data for the second quarter and weak German data...


Indices on the Rise, Oil Prices Going Down

Yesterday financial markets closed mixed. As such, stock floors saw major indices go up while oil prices tumbled down...

US Dollar Rose on Wednesday

The US dollar was traded upwards on Wednesday against most major currencies despite some decrease of housing market data...

Aug 28: risk aversion continues

USD/JPY lost yesterday about 150 pips and hit today a 2-week low at 96.80 before recovering a bit to 97.30. Yen held its biggest gains in 2 1/2 months against USD and EUR as a safe haven amid escalating tension in Syria...


Escalating conflict around Syria led to the growth of defensive assets

Escalating conflict around Syria led to the growth of defensive assets such as the yen, franc and gold; and to escaping from risky currencies such as AUD, NZD and also currencies of developing countries...

US Durable Goods Orders Fell Unexpectedly

Trading at Forex on Monday was calm amid almost empty calendar and lack of any significant events on most major currencies...

Euro fails to rise on German Ifo as demand for safe havens preferred

Risk aversion stemming from a possible U.S led military intervention in Syria has lifted safe haven assets on Tuesday. Emerging market sell off also increased flows to quality assets...


USD suffers blow after weak U.S. housing data

The U.S. dollar is broadly weaker on Monday after disappointing U.S. home sales data on Friday raised concern about whether the Federal Reserve could begin tapering in September...

The US dollar lost on Friday all its weekly slight growth

The US dollar lost on Friday all its weekly slight growth and fell after a weak New Home Sales report. In contrast to Existing Home Sales that showed the highest reading for almost 4 yearsNew Home Sales slumped unexpectedly in July by 13.7% in comparison with the prior month to 394 thousand houses at an annual rate...

EM Currencies Recover Losses, GBP Rallies on Data

A highly volatile week comes to its end with emerging market currencies broadly recovering the heavy losses recorded post-FOMC minutes released on Wednesday...


  


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