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Archive for November, 2013

Week in FX Americas – Canadian Dollar A Thanksgiving Target

Everyone and their mother must have heard Goldman's recommendation for the loonie earlier this week "Sell Mortimer, Sell." It's certainly not new news to the forex market; however, their target is a tad steeper than most 88c or $1.12CAD within a year. The Goldman team have highlighted that "since

Week in FX Europe – BoE’s Carney Proceeds With Caution

The BoE is being prudent and is following in the footsteps of global regulators. Like all good Central Banks, the "Old Lady" is trying to stay ahead of the curve and be proactive, and not be held responsible for a return to reckless housing lending. No one wants to be

Week in FX Asia – China’s Gold Appetite Gets Bigger

India is to be officially dethroned as the world's biggest purchaser of the "yellow metal" by year-end. Many are forecasting that gold purchases in China will surge to +29% for this year. Physical demand has found some much needed support after Hong Kong reported that China has net imported from

The Weekly Bottom Line

Over the next few months, decisions made in Washington will play an outsized role in the outlook for financial markets and the U.S. economy. On Capitol Hill, the House-Senate budget conference committee is in negotiations on a deal to fund the government and potentially reduce automatic spending cuts. A few

Fundamental Breakdown: USD Saw Broad Strength in November

USD strengthened as expectations of the Fed to begin tapering QE in 2014 crept into the market GBP outperformed as the BoE appears to be the most hawkish of the major central banks JPY underperformed as the Nikkei 225 rallied nearly 10% in November AUD declined as RBA rhetoric talked down the

Weekly Focus: Low Inflation and Stronger Growth to Boost Risky Assets

Although euro area inflation was up a little, an environment of very low inflation and low interest rates and a better growth outlook continue to support risky assets, as we saw in 2003-07 only more so. A five-year high in building permits indicates that the US housing market is getting
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