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Archive for October 11th, 2013

Weekly Focus: Early Signs of Relief as US Politicians Start Talking

In the US the politicians have finally started negotiating and a short-term deal on a temporary increase in the debt ceiling seems close. The earnings season is coming up and we expect it to be robust outside the US. In Germany investment orders this week showed a rebound in capex and industrial

Washington Negotiations Remain Incomplete And Risk Rewarding

Asian and Euro asset gains have so far not been able to match yesterday's North American market advance closeout on speculation that US lawmakers will reach an agreement on raising the nation’s debt limit to avoid a default. Reports that the US is possibly drawing closer to a short-term resolution

EUR/USD – Dollar Lower As Jobless Claims Soar

EUR/USD has gained ground in Friday trading. In the European session, the pair is trading in the mid-1.35 range. US Unemployment Claims looked very weak on Thursday, jumping to its highest level since April. Friday has a light schedule, with the major release being UoM Consumer Sentiment. In Germany, inflation

Dollar Climbs Against Yen Amid U.S. Debt Deal Hopes, Euro Gains

The U.S. dollar jumped to its highest level against the Japanese yen since the partial government shutdown began on Thursday, mirroring investor optimism as House Republican leaders said they would propose a temporary debt-ceiling extension in a meeting with President Barack Obama.

European Market Update

Overall the session was focused on the developments out of Washington in regards to the debt ceiling. At this time both sides were still round the table and there were hopes that a deal would now be agreed ahead of next week debt ceiling deadline. The USD was atouch softer

EUR Recovers As Washington Standoff Continues

Two trading weeks flew by since the US government shutdown, and the standoff in Washington keeps the FX markets agitated with no clear direction to rely on. The rescheduling of US nonfarm payrolls and unemployment rate are likely to keep the volatilities high. EUR attempts to pare the weekly losses
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