Dimitri Zabelin

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Political economy, economic and market themes.
Dimitri Zabelin is a Junior Currency Analyst for DailyFX.com. He focuses on how international political economy affects currency markets and focuses on geopolitical shifts that influence asset price expectations. Dimitri holds a masters in Global Political Economy from the University of California, Berkeley.



AUD/JPY on Edge: Trade War Fears Swell - Employment Data in Sight

AUD/JPY has traded cautiously higher since February 11 but hopes of meaningful upward movement may be dashed if US-China trade negotiations deteriorate and Australian employment data disappoints.

Euro Vulnerable to German ZEW Survey, Italy Industrial Orders?

EUR/USD may feel some pain if the German ZEW Survey falls short of expectations along with a possible decline in Italian industrial orders.

SEK May Move on Swedish CPI - USD/SEK Eyeing FOMC Minutes

The Swedish Krona may be vulnerable to upcoming CPI data, but most USD/SEK traders are likely eyeing this week’s most anticipated event: the release of the FOMC’s meeting minutes.

NOK, SEK Vulnerable as Europe Slows Down - FOMC Minutes in Focus

The Norwegian Krone and Swedish Krona may find it increasingly difficult to climb higher as the EU economy slows down, potentially dampening economic activity in the Nordics.

Outlook for SEK, Riksbank Monetary Policy, Sweden’s Economy

The outlook for Sweden’s economy and the Riksbank’s monetary policy suggests that USD/SEK will continue to trend higher as 2019 unfolds.

EUR/USD to Fall on Eurozone, German GDP? Downside Risks Growing

The Euro may experience some pain tomorrow as Eurozone and German GDP is scheduled to be released. The risk of a EUR/USD selloff is potentially rising as traders become more skittish.

EUR/USD May Move on Industrial Production and Bond Auctions

EUR/USD may be watching the Eurozone’s industrial production data. Bond auctions in Italy and Germany will also be a key event to monitor as EU growth stalls in key economies.

SEK Eyeing Riksbank Rate Decision - Dovish Stance Expected

Swedish Krona traders will be closely watching the upcoming Riksbank rate decision and wait for key comments indicating whether the central bank will raise rates in 2019.

AUD/JPY May Struggle to Breach and Sustain Movement Above 79.055

AUD/JPY may encounter difficulty breaching a key resistance at 79.055 after Dovish comments from the RBA sent the Aussie down.

EUR/USD in Focus as EU Finance Ministers Discuss Trade, Budget

The Euro may be looking out for key comments or policy developments from the Economic and Financial Affairs Council meeting between EU finance ministers.

GBP/USD Eyeing UK Data Dump - Brexit Update: Debate on Friday?

GBP/USD is holding steady as traders wait for the UK’s data dump which includes GDP and Industrial Production. This week, parliament may hold a debate on the current Brexit deal.

USD/NOK Eyeing Norway CPI - Slower EU Growth May Hurt Nordics

The Norwegian Krone will be closely eyeing tomorrow’s CPI data as the European economy slows down and may begin to weigh on Norway’s performance.

EUR/USD Eyeing German Industrial Production, Gloomy Presentiments

The Euro will be closely watching German Industrial Production after Factory Orders substantially fell short of expectations. Movements in European bond markets are reflecting broader risk.

EUR/USD Eyeing Germany Factory Orders as EU Slows, Risks Rise

EUR/USD may move on Germany’s Factory Orders data after the Eurozone’s largest economy narrowly missed a recession last year and major European economies sputter.

British Pound Trending Lower as Brexit Talks Stall - BoE in Focus

The British Pound has been falling as Brexit talks between the EU and UK have hit a wall as the deadline approaches. Markets will be eyeing the Bank of England on “Super Thursday”.

Australian Dollar Eyeing RBA Rate Decision and Trade War News

Australian Dollar traders will be closely eyeing the RBA rate decision and trade war news as the US and China rush to reach an agreement before the March 1 deadline.

Euro May Retreat on Italian CPI - Markets Closely Watching Recession

The Euro may fall on Monday as Italian CPI data compounds an already gloomy outlook after the Eurozone’s third largest economy took the first steps into a technical recession.

EUR/USD May Hold Steady as Investors Weigh Italy, Brexit Outcome

EUR/USD may hold steady in the short term as investors attempt to gauge the potential severity of a no-deal Brexit and the impact of Italy’s technical recession on the European Union’s eco...

USD/NOK Trading Outlook: Short Term Bearish, Long Term Bullish

The US Dollar has been falling relative to the Norwegian Krone which has pushed USD/NOK down close to the March support line. Long-term fundamentals suggest a possible rise in the pair.

AUD/USD Falls After China Caixin PMI Falls Short of Expectations

AUD/USD fell after China’s Caixin PMI undershot forecasts and was the fastest contraction since February 2016. Markets are eyeing trade war negotiations between Beijing and Washington.