Inflation expectations, CPI, and PPI, will move the market this week. Here's what you need to know.
Good Morning! This week is almost free of impactful events. However, we already see great trading opportunities on the charts. Here’s what you need to know.
The US economy will show us how it feels today at 15:30 GMT+3. The US Bureau of Labor Statistics will publish Average Hourly Earnings, Unemployment Rate, and Non-Farm Employment Change (NFP). Let's check more news moving markets today!
The US stock market slid heavily on Wednesday after Fitch downgraded the US credit rating from AAA to AA+. The Dow Jones Industrial Average index fell 0.54%, while Nasdaq dropped by 1.74%.
Asian markets fall after Fitch decides to downgrade the US rating. Nikkei (JP225) is down -2.3%, HSI (HK50) lost -2.5%. Read the full report to get more fresh news!
Australian central bank unexpectedly left the rate at the same level. The German economy is slowing down. What's happening in the markets? Let's look at our new digest.
Greetings! Let’s start the week together. First, significant events. Second, daily news. Everything you need to know in a single post. Enjoy!
The Central Bank of Japan promised to increase flexibility in yield curve control. Read the full report to learn how it affected USDJPY!
Next week is the first week of the new month. We will see lots of different news from the US. What's going on and what to expect from the markets? Check our new digest.
Yesterday, traders followed the FOMC Meeting, where the Fed raised the interest rate by 0.25% to a 22-year high. At the same time, Fed Chair Jerome Powell signaled that further rate hikes would depend on the data, driving the risky assets higher. Today we will see more interesting, highly impactful events. Let's look at the main ones.
The US Fed will definitely increase the rate. But the result of the meeting will depend on so-called verbal interventions. Let's see what's happening on the markets right now.
Analysts expect the BOJ to respond to increasingly persistent inflation as stimulating monetary policy no longer makes sense. Read the full report to get USDJPY analysis!