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Archive for May, 2013

U.S. Personal Consumer Expenditure Fell by in April While Personal Income Held Steady

Nominal PCE declined by 0.2% in April 2013, which was weaker than the flat reading expected by markets going into the report. The monthly decrease followed revised gains in March and February of 0.1% and 0.8%, respectively (previously reported as increases of 0.2% and 0.7%, respectively). Weakness in April was

Stocks open lower on consumer spending slip, Fed concerns

Stocks opened lower Friday, as a report showed consumer spending slipped and investors continued to question when the Federal Reserve might begin to taper its asset-purchase program..Stocks opened lower Friday, as a report showed consumer spending slipped and investors continued to question when the Federal Reserve might begin to taper its asset-purchase program..


Consumer spending slips in sign US economy slowed

Consumer spending fell in April for the first time in almost a year and inflation pressures were subdued, pointing to a slowdown in economic activity, which should allow the Federal Reserve to maintain its monetary stimulus for a while.

Weekly Focus: Fed Exit Moving Closer

Focus remains on the increased market volatility and the sell-off in Nikkei. We do not think that an end to the current risk rally is imminent but volatility is likely to remain high. US bond yields spiked following strong consumer confidence figures and increased speculation about when the Federal Reserve will

The Dollar To Temporary Lose The ‘Wind In Its Sails’

The forex month-end re-balancing requirements sometimes have a habit of creating market price anomalies that can never be explained, no matter how much technical or fundamental analysis is thrown at the gyrating price movements. Occasionally, the best advice is as simple as 'to not get involved' in any month-end or

ECB’s Visco Punched The Euro

The markets remain mixed between the disappointing data in US and the encouraging Abenomics in Japan. The USD was broadly sold-off as traders found no reason to revive the specs on Fed 'tapering' yesterday. Released this morning, Euro-Zone unemployment and CPI data were wiped out by ECB Visco's comments on
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