What will happen? The FOMC statement will be published at 21:00 MT (GMT+3) on Wednesday, July 28…
Greenback goes down on soft American wages data
On Monday, the evergreen buck struggled near 3-1/2-week minimums versus its counterparts after American jobs data disclosed slower-than-anticipated wage surge, while the UK currency rebounded as a major member of Britain's cabinet dared to resign because of Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit initiative.
Versus a basket of six crucial currencies, the USD index slumped by 0.15% hitting 93.877.
On Friday, it had dived almost by 0.5% percent reaching 93.921, which is its lowest value since June 14, after closely-watched American wages indicators turned out to be disappointing for the market.
The data demonstrated that in June average American hourly earnings edged up by 0.2% having soared by 0.3% in May. It actually pointed to moderate inflation pressures, which confounded hopes that the Fed would increase interest rates up to four times this year.
In June, nonfarm payrolls rallied by a stronger-than-anticipated 213,000, although it had minor impact on currencies.
British wages didn’t soar so substantially. Accordingly, there will not be a fast pickup in the tempo of long-term interest rate lifts, as some financial analysts pointed out.
In addition to this, on Friday, the 10-year Treasury yield headed south to its lowest value for six weeks. Therefore, the spread between the two- and 10-year profits turned out to be at its flattest value for 11 years.
The evergreen buck stood still sticking with 110.42 yen having lost 0.2% on Friday.
The common currency rallied by 0.2% hitting $1.1765. On Friday, the euro had ascended by 0.45% reaching $1.1768, which is its strongest value since mid-June.
The UK currency erased earlier revenues and it stood still at $1.3300.
The British pound had ascended to $1.3328 earlier in the trading session, thus showcasing its highest value since June 14, before rebounded on news that British Brexit Secretary David Davis had retired, thus giving a powerful blow to Theresa May.
What will happen? US consumer confidence will be announced at 5:00 MT (GMT+3) on Tuesday, July 27…
The OPEC meeting and the US Nonfarm Payrolls rocked the market last week. The market is torn between optimism about the global economic recovery and concerns about the new coronavirus strains.
Our analyst discusses the latest news and shares his trade ideas on gold, EUR/USD, and S&P 500. Jump in!
The Bank of England will publish a monetary policy statement and update on the interest rate on Thursday, at 14:00 MT time.
The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) will hold a meeting and announce changes to the monetary policy on August 3, at 07:30 MT time (GMT+3).