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Forex Exchange Morning Report

After an Asian session boost, risk appetite was tempered going into the long US and UK weekend by North Korean saber rattling, and Fitch's downgrade of Spain from AAA to AA+ ensured negative closes in equities, commodities, and risk currencies. Note that Moody's remains at AAA but Standard Poor's

Yogi Berra on the Bank of Canada

Yogi Berra is perhaps best known for his quote "it ain't over till it's over", and given rampant uncertainty about the outcome of the Bank of Canada's coming rate decision, that comment rings true today. With violent market swings occurring daily, Europe's fate still uncertain, and an important Canadian GDP

EUR/USD Trying to Find Bottom

The dollar rose on Friday, supported by a Spanish credit-rating downgrade and increasing tensions on the Korean peninsula. US stocks, commodities and interest rates fell. Mixed US economic data added to the anxiety about the pace of the economic recovery. The S&P 500 fell 13.65 to 1,089.41 ahead of the

Daily Financial Market Outlook

After Japanese inflation data overnight, today's economic data calendar is primarily focused on the US. April personal income and spending figures are published alongside the latest 'core' PCE deflator and the Chicago PMI and Michigan surveys for May. Following yesterday's slightly weaker-than-expected outturn for the second estimate of Q1 GDP,

STI recoups part of Tuesday’s loss

THE Straits Times Index (STI) gained 45.41 points to 2,696.02 yesterday, thanks largely to Wall Street's avoidance of a total blowout on Tuesday and hopes that Western markets might stabilise during their Wednesday sessions - hopes that were lifted when Europe opened in the black late in the afternoon here. Brokers, however, were unsure of how lasting the local bounce will prove, given the market'... more

Daily Financial Market Outlook

Global equities have continued to tumble with growing geopolitical tensions in the Korean peninsular coming on top of fears that the euro-zone sovereign debt crisis is spreading to the financial system. Concerns about Spain saw the spread between US 3-month Libor and the OIS rate widen to 32bp, while the
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