Chinese investors are selling the UST. Meanwhile, the earning season continues. What's going on in the markets?
Bank of England’s Meeting
|The UK economy is recovering despite the negative impact of Brexit negotiations. As a result, traders have reasons to expect that the Bank of England may raise interest rates soon, but not this time. The regulator will announce its decision at 13:00 MT time on March 22. Hawkish comments will be enough to send the GBP up. The BOE will also release the minutes of the meeting. The pound will strengthen if at least some members of the Monetary Policy Committee vote for a rate hike. On the other hand, if the Bank of England doesn’t appear ready to increase rates in the foreseeable future, the pound will fall.|
Let's check the economic calendar. This week is interesting, mostly not because of the economic calendar, but because of geopolitical factors.
Inflation in Europe was released better than the forecast. The preliminary fact was published at 4.3%. What's happening in the markets?
The Japanese yen fell to its lowest level against the US dollar in 33 years. Read the full report to learn the next target for USDJPY!
The US stock market fell in the third quarter. What's going on and why economists think that the last quarter will be better? Let's discuss it all here.
BlackRock CEO forecasts the Fed may have to raise rates further. The US dollar index (DXY) gains 130 points today. Read the full report to get more fresh news and technical analysis!