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Archive for October 25th, 2013

Weekly Focus: Low Rates and Recovery

The budget deal in the US has enabled markets to focus on the positives again: the prospect of a long period of recovery and low interest rates. Weak data and political turmoil have sent bond yields down again but sooner or later we expect to see tapering and eventually rate hikes

US New Orders for Durable Goods up 3.7% on Aircraft Orders

New orders for durable goods jumped a larger than expected 3.7% in September 2013 following a 0.2% gain in August and 8.1% plunge in July; however, most of the strength was concentrated in the volatile aircraft component, which surged 46.0% to retrace most of a 50.1% drop recorded in July.

Is The Dollars Move A Stretch?

This week of forex pricing is going out in a whimper as both volume and volatility prefer to take a back seat ever since the softer US job numbers were announced. Currently it seems that investors and dealers require an "unscheduled" event to break the monotonous price action in FX.

Pound Steadies Vs. Dollar As UK Growth Accelerates The Most In 3 Years

The British steadied against its major counterparts in early European trading Friday, even as data showed U.K. growth expanded at the fastest rate since the second quarter of 2010. The preliminary data from the Office for National Statistics said that the UK economy grew 1.5 percent year-on-year. The third quarter

UK GDP – Is It Downhill From Here?

The UK economy expanded as expected at 0.8% in Q3 led by strong gains in the service sector, which expanded by 0.7%. However, overall growth was fairly board-based with increases in each of the four main economic sectors. Output increased by 1.4% in agriculture, 2.5% in construction and even production

Markets Await For US Durable Goods Orders

The week has been dominated by surprisingly weak US nonfarm payrolls in September. The unexpected weakness in US jobs data triggered a sharp price action. Especially given that the US government shutdown in October has not been taken into account. We believe that shifting our Fed tapering expectations to March
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