Trump

The second trading week of the year will see mostly second tier data from across the major economies after a rather busy start the week before. Still, despite the lack of any key economic events, the focus will be on the speeches from the U.S. President-elect Donald Trump and various Fed members. In Australia, retail sales figures will be closel...

2017-01-09 John Benjamin Read more
Australia_aussie

Market Summary Australia GDP expands 0.50% q/q in Q2 2016 Australia GDP marks a record 25 years without a recession German industrial production falls more than expected Swiss currency reserves rise 627bn, more than expected UK industrial production rises modestly, but manufacturing falls Swedish Riksbank holds interest rat...

2016-09-07 John Benjamin Read more
China's economy Great Hall

Market Summary China CPI eases in July, PPI continues to fall, but at a slower pace Yen stays muted to BoJ officials' comments on monetary policy assessment Germany exports rise in June, recovering from May’s slump German imports rise for the first time in four months UK industrial output rises surprisingly in June UK manuf...

2018-02-14 John Benjamin Read more
Forex Forecast

Australia’s credit rating put on ‘Negative’ watch list by Standard and Poors ratings agency. Germany’s industrial production contracts 1.30% in May UK’s industrial and manufacturing production fall less than expected In the US ADP report showed that private payrolls increased 172k, more than the expected 158k Today’s Economic eve...

2016-07-07 John Benjamin Read more
BOJ

Japan's GDP for the first quarter was revised higher to 0.50%. In the UK, industrial production in April surged the most in two years. China's trade balance numbers remained muted, and World Bank cut global growth forecasts. Here’s what’s moving the markets today. Today’s Economic events Japan GDP q/q 0.50% vs. 0.50%; GDP y/y 1.90% vs. 1....

2016-06-08 John Benjamin Read more
Crude Oil Tanker

UK’s industrial and manufacturing output posted modest gains in March, but still remains low on a year over year basis. Oil prices remain volatile ahead of the weekly crude oil inventories report. Today’s Economic events RBNZ releases semi-annual Financial Stability Report Australia Westpac consumer sentiment 8.50% vs. -4.0% previ...

2016-05-11 John Benjamin Read more