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DailyFX US AM Digest: US Dollar Steady at Start of Big Week

DailyFX US AM Digest: US Dollar Steady at Start of Big Week

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The Euro is stabilizing after last week’s tumble following the October ECB rate decision as new catalysts are sought after. Upcoming Euro-Zone CPI and GDP releases on Tuesday could offer further reprieve. Meanwhile, the British Pound continues to tread water ahead of the BOE’s November policy meeting this Thursday, when it is widely believed a 25-bps rate hike will be announced. Given that a rate hike is almost 100% priced-in, the forward guidance on future rate hikes will be the determining factor for the Sterling. Finally, the US Dollar is only down slightly on the day (via DXY Index) as US Treasury yields have eased from multi-month (the 10Y) or multi-year (the 2Y) highs. The Fed rate decision this Wednesday is expected to be merely a placeholder.

DailyFX Economic Calendar: Monday, October 30, 2017 – North American Releases

DailyFX US AM Digest: US Dollar Steady at Start of Big Week

The remainder of the day on the North American economic calendar is fairly light, with four items left and all being ‘low’ importance. Instead, traders should be keeping an eye tuned to the news wire, as it is very likely US President Trump will make his pick for the next Fed Chair at some point in the coming days before he leaves for his Asia diplomacy tour on November 3. Jerome Powell, a 2012 Obama-appointee to the Federal Reserve Board of Governors, is believed to be favored over current Fed Chair Janet Yellen.

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