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Archive for July 3rd, 2013

U.S. ISM Non-Manufacturing Index Dropped to 52.2 in June

The ISM non-manufacturing index unexpectedly slipped to 52.2 in June from 53.7 in May and 53.1 in April thereby suggesting that, although non-manufacturing sectors of the US economy continued to expand in the month, they did so at a slower rate. Markets expected a modest improvement in the index to 54.0 in June.

U.S. Trade Deficit Unexpectedly Widened in May; Initial Claims Declined in the Latest Week

The US trade deficit widened to $45.0 billion in May from a revised $40.1 billion in March (initially reported as a $40.3 billion shortfall). The deterioration of the trade balance reflected the combination of a decline in exports (-0.3%) and an increase in imports (1.9%). The drop in exports (-$0.5

Canadian May Merchandise Trade Deficit Shrinks

The May 2013 merchandise trade report came in better than expected with the deficit shrinking to $0.3 billion from an upward revised April deficit of $1.0 billion (originally reported as $0.6 billion). Expectations going into the report had been for a May deficit of $0.7 billion. The improvement occurred despite

A EURO For Your Thoughts May Soon Cost Two

This market has been looking for excuses in a week dominated by liquidity premium and a lack of economic fundamental depth to date. One does not need to look to far in this disjointed US trading week for some concrete excuses; negativity is being exposed on a few fronts this

Bank Of England Preview: Doves Cry At The Bank Of England

On Thursday 4th July the Bank of England will conclude its first monetary policy meeting with Mark Carney as Governor. The markets expect no change in interest rates or asset purchases, thus we are not anticipating any communication from the Bank in the immediate aftermath of the decision. We shall

Euro Extended Losses, Aussie Falls On China Growth Fears

The euro extended losses for a second day against the dollar on Wednesday, as a slump in Portuguese bonds after the resignation of two ministers from the nation's government raised concerns Europe's debt crisis is worsening. Another round of worries dominated European markets on Wednesday, as Portugal`s Foreign Minister Paulo
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