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US Open Note – Market sentiment dulls with growth worries

US yields ebb and heavy dollar follows A risk-off tone has gripped markets as rekindled growth concerns are being highlighted due to China supply constraints from lockdowns, the domino effects from the Russian invasion on Ukraine and pressures on central banks who are expected to do more to bring inflation lower without pushing their economies into recession.

Technical Analysis – GBPUSD’s broader bearish bias under the microscope

GBPUSD is struggling to climb towards the upper Bollinger band which is residing within the 1.2633-1.2690 resistance zone following a price bounce in the vicinity of the 1.

Daily Market Comment – Stocks slip, dollar mixed as mood sours again

China stimulus fails to lift markets, yen edges up, dollar mixed US stock futures reverse lower after Snap issues profit warning Euro and pound await flash May PMIs Growth jitters strike again Renewed concerns about the weakening growth prospects of the major economies weighed on sentiment on Tuesday, bolstering safe-haven currencies such as the US dollar, Japanese yen and Swiss franc.

Daily Market Comment – Markets turn cautiously positive but growth fears persist

Dollar slips as investors pin hopes on US, China growth push despite doubts US futures climb but S&P 500 remains dangerously close to bear market Fed minutes, flash PMIs and RBNZ meeting under the spotlight this week Trading gets off to a cautiously optimistic start Worries about high inflation and the worsening growth outlook continued to ebb somewhat on Monday, though risk appetite still lacked concrete drivers even as there was some positive news flow.

Week Ahead – Flash PMIs, FOMC minutes to dictate sentiment; RBNZ to hike again

Risk sentiment is wavering as investors are constantly evaluating the likelihood of a recession. The flash PMIs for May might help guide those expectations in the coming week.

US Open Note – Dollar loses ground after five weeks of gains

Dollar index ticks down as euro approaches $1.06 On Friday, the US dollar was on track to have its worst week against key rivals since the beginning of February.

Daily Market Comment – Dollar steadies, stocks edge up as growth jitters subside slightly

Some calm returns to markets, China rate cut helps Stocks bounce back but risk of more volatility from large options expiry today Dollar recovers but still headed for weekly losses, Swiss franc emboldened by SNB China rate cut soothes investor nerves Markets were a lot calmer on Friday after a bumpy week that put the US dollar on the backfoot and Wall Street’s rebound faltered.

US Open Note – Recession fears keep jolting markets

Signs of recession pop up in earnings Sellers stormed into stock markets as giant US retailers Target and Walmart revealed a hit in margins on the back of rising labor and energy costs, with the former losing more than a third of its share value on Wednesday despite serving only local clients.

Daily Market Comment – Stocks crumble after dead-cat bounce but dollar unmoved

S&P 500 plunges the most in two years as inflation reality for earnings sets in But follow-up panic in global equities today somewhat ‘contained’ FX and bond markets also calm as dollar steady US retail giants crash as inflation bites Sellers returned to Wall Street on Wednesday as a big drop in profits by America’s retail behemoths raised the spectre of diminishing margins, in what could only be the start of high inflation eating into corporate earnings.

US Open Note – Stocks pare gains; European currencies slip too after nice rally

Recession not fully priced in Who will pay the price? That's the question that bothers investors nowadays as businesses feel more confident to transfer rising production costs to consumers and central banks constantly message markets that additional rate increases are the immediate solution for spiraling inflation.

Daily Market Comment – Wall Street rallies despite Powell’s inflation resolve

Rebound in equities gathers steam even as Powell pledges to keep raising rates Jump in UK inflation fails to sustain pound’s bounce back as dollar strengthens But sentiment still overall fragile as China and inflation worries persist US data shores up stocks as Powell gets tough An upbeat set of economic pointers in the United States boosted sentiment on Wall Street on Tuesday, suggesting that financial conditions have yet to substantially tighten following the start of the Fed’s normalization process.

US Open Note – Upbeat data drive risk-on mode ahead of Powell's speech; Euro gears up on rate hike outlook

Pound is the best performer, but for how long? Markets were volatile ahead of the US open, with the European currencies switching to recovery mode after a period of heavy selling, and the US dollar index losing some steam as some rosy data releases shifted funds to riskier assets and hopes for China easing lockdown measures flourished.

Daily Market Comment – Stocks turn more cheery, dollar looks to Powell, US data for direction

Hong Kong shares rally, lift Asia and Europe, as China gloom fades But Wall Street and dollar set sights on US retail sales and Powell’s inflation speech Pound gets surprise jobs boost, shrugs off Bailey’s apocalyptic warnings Easing crackdown worries lift China tech shares Stocks in Asia were bolstered on Tuesday on signs that Chinese policymakers are having a rethink about how they regulate the digital economy as a government advisory body held consultations with local tech executives.

Technical Analysis – GBPUSD gains momentum near 1.2400 in very short-term

GBPUSD is gaining ground after the sell-off towards the two-year low of 1.2120 and is moving towards the inside swing low from April 28 at 1.

It will be a packed week for the British pound. The UK employment report will be published on Tuesday at 06:00 GMT, while on Wednesday and Friday investors will pay attention to CPI inflation (06:00 GMT) and monthly retail sales (06:00 GMT) respectively to get more evidence on the economy.

US Open Note – Dollar cools off, euro turns up and gold back to $1,800

Chinese data drives dollar higher In the wake of disappointing Chinese economic statistics, which sent the British pound and the Australian dollar down, the US dollar held onto its two-decade high earlier in the day.

Daily Market Comment – China worries hit sentiment, equities wobble, dollar firms

Markets get off to a shaky start after poor Chinese data as stocks slip But lockdown easing in Shanghai provides some relief Dollar mostly higher, euro edges up as hawkish noises from ECB continue Recession fears heightened after slump in China activity Fresh jitters about recessionary risks dented sentiment on Monday, weighing on stocks, oil and risky currencies, following some disappointing data out of China that greeted investors at the start of the week’s trading.

Week Ahead – Data avalanche to keep spotlight on rate hike expectations

It’s going to be a full-on week for economic indicators with a barrage of data due that should keep the guessing game going on how much central banks will tighten this year.

US Open Note – Fed Chair Powell alleviates doom and gloom in stock futures

Dollar steady while Treasury yields rise, risk appetite cautiously improves The Chief of the Federal Reserve Jerome Powell has managed to calm market concerns around rate hikes, reiterating that the Fed is prepared to act accordingly, depending on whether the economy performs as expected.

Daily Market Comment – Panic eases, dollar cools, but sentiment remains fragile

The week-long selloff gripping risky assets pauses, for now Yields also steady, dollar comes off highs after Powell provides some reassurances Cryptos bounce back as stablecoins reeling after crash A calmer end to a torrid week Markets were looking a lot steadier on Friday as the global rout in equities began to subside and demand for safe havens waned slightly.



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