Speculation persists regarding the Bank of Japan's potential departure from negative interest rates, yet the USD/JPY maintains its position within a 150–152 range for seven consecutive sessions. Caution is warranted due to a weaker-than-expected Q3 GDP, a slump in imports, and...
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Core inflation has improved recently, but the ECB is cautious due to fluctuating oil prices that could rekindle headline inflation. Another ECB interest rate hike is viewed as unlikely at present. Monetary data, economic indicators, and wage growth suggest a more stable underlying inflation trend.
The Consumer Prices Index including owner occupiers' housing costs (CPIH) is the most comprehensive measure of inflation in the UK. It extends the Consumer Prices Index (CPI) by including owner occupiers' housing costs (OOH) and Council Tax, both significant household expenses not covered by the CPI.
Oil prices are rising and Russia banned the export of its petrol. What's happening in the markets?
Here we go again, my friends. It’s time to look critically into the future of what trading opportunities September might have in store for us. As always, it is essential to note that the views expressed here are mine and should not be considered financial advice without proper examination.
Hello, and welcome to the last week of August. We found the best news and collected the most impactful events for you to stay on the top of the market. Let’s go!
The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) has opted to keep interest rates steady at 4.1% for the second consecutive month, signaling a new phase in its approach to tackling inflation. The RBA's governor, Philip Lowe, referred to this stage as the "calibration phase," where the central bank makes subtle adjustments to its policy.
Today, the Bank of England has decided to raise interest rates to combat inflation. In its recent report dated the 3rd of August, 2023, the BOE confirmed that it had raised interest rates to 5.25%, expecting that the inflation rates would drop to 2%.
As is the custom, every new month in the financial market often presents long-term, swing trading opportunities for traders like you and me. Even better, FBS is usually there to provide insights into the expected trading opportunities through such analytical pieces as this.
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.
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.
The labor market data is deteriorating. Initial Jobless Claims started rising. What will happen with the unemployment rate and the Nonfarm Payrolls?