usa cpi

Consumer prices as well as producer price index for the month of June showed a strong pace of gains. The data suggested that the underlying momentum is only going to get stronger. Both consumer and producer prices were seen rising to a six year high. The data comes as Fed officials continue to tighten monetary policy. U.S CPI at 2.9% in June...

2018-07-17 John Benjamin Read more
BoE and RBNZ Meetings

The economic calendar for the week ahead will see the BoE and RBNZ Meetings. The RBNZ’s meeting is due on Wednesday and this comes ahead of the quarterly inflation expectations report earlier in the week. Still the central bank is not expected to hike rates at this month’s meeting. Following on the heels of the RBNZ meeting, the BoE meeting is l...

2018-05-07 John Benjamin Read more
Final GDP releases

Economic data for the week ahead will slightly take a back seat with only a few central bank meetings lined up. The Swiss National Bank will be holding its quarterly monetary policy meeting this week. The 3-month LIBOR rate is expected to remain unchanged. Later, the Norges bank will be holding its monthly monetary policy meeting. Norges bank...

2018-03-23 John Benjamin Read more
Jobs Reports

In the next few hours, all eyes across the board are headed toward the US once again, as we all wait for the US Jobs Report for the month of April. This report is likely to have a notable impact on the markets, whatever the outcome is. Whether if it’s good or bad outcome, in both cases, be prepared for a notable move across asset classes. Wh...

2017-07-26 Nour Eldeen Al-Hammoury Read more

With most of the major trading hubs closed today on account of the Good Friday bank holiday, the markets could remain choppy amid thin trading. The North American trading session will see the release of the inflation data for the month of March. Following the decline in the U.S. dollar spurred by President Trump's comments who said that the c...

2017-04-14 John Benjamin Read more