The S&P Global Ratings Agency affirmed Greece at B-/B with a stable outlook. Confidence in meeting adjustment program contrasts uncertainty in IMF’s future participation.
Government ministers, central bankers and finance industry executives were lining up in Davos, Switzerland Friday to offer advice to incoming US President Donald Trump and Brexit negotiators.
China GDP has risen above estimates, but caution weighs on Asian markets ahead of today’s inauguration speech by US President-elect Donald Trump, who has promised to raise tariffs on Chinese goods after he takes office.
GBPUSD drops Friday on news that UK retail sales fell by 1.9% month-over-month in December, rather than the more modest 0.1% fall predicted.
The US Dollar declined after Fed Chair Janet Yellen said that the monetary policy outlook is clouded by fiscal policy uncertainty.
Mario Draghi stresses that underlying inflationary pressures in the European region remain subdued and that there is no convincing evidence of an upward trend in consumer prices
The Australian Dollar declined, albeit slightly, after a jobs report showed that the country added more jobs than expected while the unemployment rate increased.
The British Pound looked beyond a soft survey of UK house prices from RICS as prices digested Brexit-related volatility seen earlier in the week.
The US Treasury Department released its monthly Treasury International Capital (TICs) report today, reporting total inflows of $23.7bn.
The US Dollar and Treasury yields rose sharply following comments from Fed Chair Janet Yellen.
USDCAD rises gently after the Bank of Canada leaves its benchmark interest rate at 0.5%, as expected. There’s little sign the BoC will raise rates this year and a cut is possible.
ECB President Mario Draghi will see today’s inflation pick-up as vindication of the central bank’s easing policy.
GBPUSD lost some of the huge gains recorded Tuesday despite UK labor-market figures showing a stronger rise in average earnings but a fall in the number of people employed.
Global equities continued to retain relative strength around-the-globe as the world ushered-in the Donald Trump era.
Crude Oil has been quiet regarding volatility, but that doesn’t mean that a big move is not on the horizon due to rising inflation expectations and supply shifting.
UK Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit speech at the World Economic Forum underpins Sterling as long-term UK house price sentiment improves.
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GBPUSD dips below 1.2000 on talk that UK PM Theresa May’s speech Tuesday will signal a ‘hard’ Brexit from the European Union.
Had it not been for Donald Trump’s Wednesday press conference, more attention would have been paid to Mark Carney. His comments made a UK rate rise more likely, implying a higher British Pound.
As if to prove the point that politics rather than economics will dominate 2017, the row over the resignation of the UK ambassador to the EU continues to be the main talking point in the UK markets.
The British Pound battles against a resurgent US Dollar, a poll predicts potential for more EU referendum stress and the UK ambassador to the EU resigns.
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