Uk inflation_BoE_2003

Inflation and GDP data will be the main dominating themes this coming week. Data from the Eurozone, Canada, the United States, the UK, and Sweden will show the overall inflationary trends during the month of October. The inflation data is also likely to influence some of the monetary policy decisions due in December. However, consumer prices a...

2017-12-12 John Benjamin Read more
ECB

After a rather quiet trading week, the economic data picks up steam with inflation figures due for release across the US, UK, and the Eurozone. The monthly labor market data from Australia and the UK will be coming out this week including the central bank meetings from the ECB and the Bank of Canada. Among other things, the British Prime Minster...

2017-01-16 John Benjamin Read more
Economic data

It has been a busy few hours since late yesterday evening after the Fed's meeting got the ball rolling. The yen is currently the strongest performing currency, up 1.71% while the sterling is the weakest, down 0.26%. Here's a quick recap of the important events over the past 24 hours. FOMC leaves interest rates unchanged The Federal Reserve,...

2016-06-16 John Benjamin Read more
Kuroda BoJ

The Kiwi and the Canadian dollar emerged at the top last week gaining 1.41% and 1.24% respectively. The gains came as the RBNZ left interest rates unchanged at its meeting last week, sending the NZDUSD to post new yearly highs. The Canadian dollar which was fairly muted for the most of the week surged on Friday after the monthly jobs report saw ...

2016-06-13 John Benjamin Read more
Abbott_Orbex

Wednesday marked the release of China’s Retail Sales yoy (year-on-year) for the month of October. Results show a growth of 11%, compared to an expected 10.9% and a previous 10.9%, with the industrial production at +5.6% (expected 5.8%, previous 5.7%) and urban investments at +10.2% (same as forecasted). The decrease is to be perceived as mixed-n...

2015-11-13 Kira Vessiari Read more
Aussie

The monthly jobs report for Australia saw the unemployment rate rise more than expected to 6.3%, above estimates of 6.1%. The previous month's unemployment rate was also revised higher to 6.1% from the previously estimated 6.0%. On the monthly jobs numbers, the Australian economy added 38.5k new jobs to the economy, beating estimates of 10.2k...

2015-08-06 John Benjamin Read more