Financial markets are likely to remain at the mercy of US politics despite a flurry of speeches from key central bankers and several big-splash releases on the economic calendar.
The US Dollar is likely to remain at the mercy of politics-driven volatility as inflationary fiscal stimulus prospects remain the central object of speculation.
The economic calendar over the coming week will be impacted by holidays in the United States, meaning liquidity will be running thinner than normal. Likewise, there are few upcoming instances to look for new guidance on the Euro.
The Australian Dollar is caught between some reasonably perky domestic economic data and a central bank in no obvious hurry to lift interest rates from record lows
Chinese Yuan Forecast: Yuan Likely to Consolidate as PBOC Maintains Neutral Monetary Policy
China’s Central Bank released the 3Q report. It reveals the regulator’s strategy on monetary policy and financial markets over the following periods.
Equities Forecast: Will the S&P 500 Keep Hanging Tough, or Join the DAX & Nikkei Lower?
U.S. stocks continue to hang tough despite sellers hitting markets from Asia to Europe, can they hold on or will they succumb to selling, too?
Gold has been stuck in a $25 range for the last month with strong arguments from both buyers and sellers for a range break.
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