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What Does the GDP Miss Mean for the Markets?

The biggest shocker for some time, is how I would describe the US GDP miss for Q1, which came in at a mere 0.1%, when the market had expected a 1.2% annual rate. Essentially the US economy didn't grow in the first quarter, however at the same time that growth

What Does the GDP Miss Mean for the Markets?

The biggest shocker for some time, is how I would describe the US GDP miss for Q1, which came in at a mere 0.1%, when the market had expected a 1.2% annual rate. Essentially the US economy didn't grow in the first quarter, however at the same time that growth

USD/JPY – Yen Posts Gains On Mixed US Numbers

USD/JPY has moved lower in Wednesday trading, as the pair trades in the low-102 range. It's a busy day on the release front in both Japan and the US. Japanese Preliminary Industrial Production fell short of the estimate, while Average Cash Earnings easily beat the forecast. The BOJ policy statement

USD/JPY – Yen Posts Gains On Mixed US Numbers

USD/JPY has moved lower in Wednesday trading, as the pair trades in the low-102 range. It's a busy day on the release front in both Japan and the US. Japanese Preliminary Industrial Production fell short of the estimate, while Average Cash Earnings easily beat the forecast. The BOJ policy statement

US First-Quarter 2014 GDP Growth Slowed to 0.1% in as Poor Weather Weighed on Activity

The first estimate of US first-quarter 2014 GDP growth was an annualized 0.1%, well below 2.6% and 4.1% increases in the fourth and third quarters of 2013, respectively, and market expectations for a 1.2% increase. The downward surprise on GDP growth was despite a stronger than expected 3.0% jump in

US First-Quarter 2014 GDP Growth Slowed to 0.1% in as Poor Weather Weighed on Activity

The first estimate of US first-quarter 2014 GDP growth was an annualized 0.1%, well below 2.6% and 4.1% increases in the fourth and third quarters of 2013, respectively, and market expectations for a 1.2% increase. The downward surprise on GDP growth was despite a stronger than expected 3.0% jump in
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