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Archive for October 24th, 2013

GBPUSD: Great Expectations for Q3 GDP

On Friday 25th October at 0930 BST/ 0430 ET Q3 GDP will be released for the UK. The market expects a robust 0.8% quarterly growth rate, up from 0.7% in Q2. The annual rate is expected to rise to 1.5% from 1.3%. If these expectations are correct, it would be the

Euro PMIs Continue to Signal Recovery

Euro area manufacturing PMIs increased a bit to 51.3 in October, from 51.1 in September, while services PMI declined from 52.2 to 50.9. Both PMIs are still above 50 and they suggest growth around 0.3% q/q in Q4. This is broadly in line with our expectation of a recovery in

US Trade Deficit Was Lower than Expected in August

The US trade deficit widened but to a smaller than expected $38.8 billion in August 2013, following a downwardly revised July shortfall of $38.6 billion relative to the $39.1 billion deficit previously reported. Market expectations had been for a $39.4 billion shortfall in August. Nominal exports dipped 0.1% following a

The Dollars Move Raises Few Flags

Looking for guidance to break the monotony of the current market apathy witnessed in the forex trading ranges appears near impossible under present circumstances. Asset class prices seem to be going through the motions with little investor enthusiasm. FX price ranges remain contained, with no reason to seek a breakout

The Dollars Move Raises Few Flags

Looking for guidance to break the monotony of the current market apathy witnessed in the forex trading ranges appears near impossible under present circumstances. Asset class prices seem to be going through the motions with little investor enthusiasm. FX price ranges remain contained, with no reason to seek a breakout

Euro Off 2-Year High After Euro-Area PMI Data, Dollar Remains Broadly Lower

After posting two-year high at 1.3822 against the U.S dollar, we've seen the single currency retracing down as weaker-than-expected euro-area flash Purchasing Managers’ surveys pulled it away from a its highest levels in 2 years struck earlier in the session.
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