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  • The week ahead: UK CPI, US retail sales, Fed minutes, RBNZ meeting

    11 Aug 2022 07:13 PM |

    There was a spike in volatility last week when the US CPI report ticked down to 8.5% from 9.1%, missing the forecast of 8.7%.

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  • Daily Wrap Up 24 August 2021

    24 Aug 2021 04:26 PM |

    Stock markets in Europe started out on a positive note as there was a bullish session in Asia overnight, but only the DAX is set to close in positive territory.

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  • Daily wrap up – 27 September

    27 Sep 2017 11:33 PM |

    US President Donald Trump on Wednesday offered proposals for tax adjustments that would be the largest in US history, and told reporters at the White House that they would be something special for Americans. The dollar rose over the course of today's trading, as the dollar index rose from a daily low at 92.79 to reach its highest level since August 23 at 93.40.

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  • Daily wrap up – 30 August

    30 Aug 2017 06:04 PM |

    After the markets calmed down with North Korea's tensions on financial markets yesterday after a missile launch over Japan and fall in the Pacific Ocean, the economic calendar today was full of a significant number of important economic data that had a significant impact on market movements.

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  • Wheeler: lower New Zealand dollar is needed to support growth

    30 Aug 2017 11:55 AM |

    Graeme Wheeler, Reserve Bank of New Zealand Governor, said:
    •    In the absence of major unexpected shocks, the outlook looks promising for continued strong economic growth in New Zealand over the next two years.

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  • The week ahead (7-11 August) : eyes will be on US inflation numbers

    6 Aug 2017 05:28 PM |

    Looking ahead to a new trading week and following the release of very positive US labor market data this past weekend, this week market turns to inflation data, and whether the positive tone of data from the US economy will continue and supports the Fed's path to raise interest rates for the third time this year.

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