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Daily Market Comment – Dollar slides and Wall Street rises after Fed minutes

Fed minutes show that officials agreed on slower rate hikes Dollar extends slide against all other major currencies Wall Street adds to gains ahead of Thanksgiving Oil prices slip on price cap talks Dollar slides as Fed minutes reveal concerns about overshooting The US dollar extended its slide yesterday and kept drifting south during the Asian session today, with investors liquidating more of their long positions after the Fed released the minutes of its latest gathering.

Daily Market Comment – Dollar extends slide after PPI data, does not stabilize on geopolitics

US PPI numbers support the case of a less aggressive Fed Missile blast in Poland kills two near border with Ukraine Asian stocks slide, but US futures point to higher open on Wall Street UK inflation surges by a full percentage point in October Dollar slides as PPI numbers support slower Fed hikes The US dollar continued trading lower throughout most of Tuesday, finishing the day down against all but one of the other major currencies, despite a late rebound on reports of a missile explosion in Poland.

Daily Market Comment – Dollar resumes slide, pound awaits CPI data and budget

Dollar under pressure after Brainard’s comments Pound traders turn gaze to inflation and fiscal agenda Wall Street closes in the red despite gains elsewhere Dollar comes back under pressure The US dollar traded higher against all but two of the other major currencies on Monday, helped by remarks from Fed Governor Christopher Waller, who warned that the Fed would not “soften” its fight against inflation, although they may consider slowing the pace of their future rate increases.

Daily Market Comment – Dollar skids as midterm results and inflation data loom

Midterm votes counted so far point to political gridlock Dollar extends slide, inflation data the next test Wall Street ends Election Day higher Dollar extends slide on prospect of Republican-led House The US dollar lost further ground against its major peers on Tuesday.

Daily Market Comment – Dollar stays in corrective mode ahead of US midterm elections

Investors lock gaze on midterms as gridlock looms Dollar may slide, but reversal discussion remains premature Equities could cheer political stalemate Democrats set to lose control of Congress The US dollar continued to slide against every other major currency on Monday, still feeling the heat of a rising unemployment rate and remarks by four Fed officials who said that they would consider a smaller rate hike at their next gathering.

Daily Market Comment – Powell lifts the dollar; BoE takes the central bank torch

Fed hints slower hikes, but Powell says rates will go higher Dollar gains, Wall Street falls as investors lift terminal rate BoE expected to hike by 75bps, biggest increment since 1989 Fed Chair Powell appears in hawkish suit Thursday was a resurrection day for the US dollar, which finished the day higher against all the other major currencies and continued marching upwards today as well.

Daily Market Comment – Investors lock gaze on Fed decision

Fed to hike by 75bps, attention to fall on language Market split on December hike, even after JOLTS upside surprise EU and Asian equities gain, Wall Street slides Will the Fed confirm hopes of slower tightening? The dollar traded mixed against the other major currencies on Tuesday but came under some broad-based selling today, with investors hoping that Fed Chair Powell and his colleagues will hint at slower rate increases when they announce their monetary policy decision later today.

Technical Analysis – US 30 index looks overbought after exciting rally

The US 30 index (cash) has completed four strong bullish weeks, with the price advancing above the 200-day simple moving average (SMA) to top at a two-month low of 32,965 last week.

Daily Market Comment - Wall Street breaks winning streak as Treasury yields rise

Rising Treasury yields weigh on stocks US dollar outperforms all the other majors Canadian inflation data beats forecast Wall Street in the red as yields hit fresh multi-year highs Wall Street closed in the red on Wednesday, breaking its two-day winning streak due to rising Treasury yields and weakness from earnings losers such as Abbott Laboratories more than offsetting strong gains from earnings winners like Netlix.

Daily Market Comment - Equities begin the last quarter on positive note; RBA delivers smaller hike

Wall Street rebounds on worse than expected ISM PMI Pound extends recovery on UK government’s U-turn RBA hikes by 25bps, RBNZ takes the torch Gold gains on sliding bond yields Wall Street rebounds, yields slide on ISM PMI miss Equities finished the first trading day of this year’s final quarter on a positive note, with all three of Wall Street’s main indices gaining more than 2% as Treasury yields pulled back on the larger-than-expected slide in the ISM manufacturing PMI.

Daily Market Comment – Pound rebounds on BoE bets; Dow enters bear market

Sterling rebounds as traders ramp up BoE bets Rate hike expectations keep hurting equities Oil and gold claw back some losses after hitting new lows Traders expect more than 100bps hike by the BoE The US dollar continued outperforming all its major counterparts on Monday, with the dollar index hitting a fresh 20-year high.

Daily Market Comment – Financial world locks gaze on US employment data

Dollar hits 20-year high ahead of the NFPs Strong report could justify aggressive Fed hikes Yen, euro lose the most; loonie takes the first place Dollar climbs higher as data support forceful Fed The US dollar continued flexing its muscles against all but one of the other major currencies on Thursday and during the Asian trading session Friday, with the dollar index hitting a 20-year high.

The US 30 index (cash) has been edging higher since early June, generating a clear structure of higher highs and higher lows.

Technical Analysis – US 30 index at risk of bearish breakdown

The US 30 index (cash) has been clearly trending up since departing from July’s low of 30,128, recently topping at a four-month high of 34,279 before pulling lower.

The US 30 index (cash) has been in the red since the pullback from the steep descending trendline around 31,500 almost a week ago, currently approaching July’s trough of 30,349.

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.

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.

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.

Why US stock markets face tremendous downside pressures? – Stock Market News

Stock markets have been shaken this year by increasing fears concerning the global economic outlook. Persistent inflationary pressures, worries over recession, and the anticipation of aggressive monetary tightening have been largely weighing on investors’ risk sentiment, luring away liquidity from risky assets.

US Open Note – Pound crashes on dovish rate hike; Wall Street eyes bearish open

Pound crashes after BoE policy decision The Bank of England stuck to its March guidance, confirming expectations of a 25bps rate hike to 1.



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