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Archive for October 16th, 2013

Canadian Manufacturing Sales Dip 0.2% in August

Canadian manufacturing sales dipped 0.2% in August 2013 following a 1.7% surge in July and an upwardly revised 0.2% increase (previously reported as a 0.1% drop) in June. Most of the weakness was concentrated in sales of non-durable products, which together declined 0.7% in August. Weakness among non-durable components was

Canadian Manufacturing Sales Dip 0.2% in August

Canadian manufacturing sales dipped 0.2% in August 2013 following a 1.7% surge in July and an upwardly revised 0.2% increase (previously reported as a 0.1% drop) in June. Most of the weakness was concentrated in sales of non-durable products, which together declined 0.7% in August. Weakness among non-durable components was

US Debt Ceiling: Could it be Trick or Treat from Washington?

The clock is ticking and there is still no agreement to raise the debt ceiling in Washington. Although we are edging closer to unknown territory where the US will not be able to borrow because it has hit the debt ceiling and used all of its extraordinary measures, the markets

Dollar Holding Lower As Lawmakers Struggle To Reach Deal, Credit Rating Negative Watch

The U.S. dollar is holding lower in European trade against major trading partners as lawmakers struggle to reach a deal to avert a looming default. The Senate is rushing to reach a deal after Tuesday setback following the House’s last minute breakdown of efforts to end the fiscal impasse.

US Research: The Political Situation and its Consequences

The US Treasury department earlier this year estimated that on 17 October, it would have exhausted its ability to borrow under the extraordinary measures taken since the US hit the debt ceiling in May. On that day, there would be approximately USD30bn left in cash to pay interest on its

What To Expect In US?

High event risk keeps the FX markets sidelined as US runs into the exhaustion of its debt ceiling and the markets are unable (and unwilling) to price in such event. The US leaders are expected to reach an agreement anytime from now; investors with USD 120bn in T-bills maturing tomorrow
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