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US Open Note – Dollar stabilizes, equity volatility subsides

Dollar calm after disappointing November US jobs report; ISM services PMI up next Despite comments from Fed Chair Powell regarding omicron variant risks to inflation and employment, and how this could ultimately slow the progress in the labour market and reinforce supply disruptions, the markets seem to have brushed off these underlying threats for now, with US stock futures and the forex arena in a calmer mood even after today’s key US employment data.

GBPUSD is continuing its descending trend, recording successive lower highs in the four-hour chart. Moreover, the price is trading below the 50- and 200-period simple moving average (SMA), reinforcing the bearish sentiment for the pair.

US Open Note – Dollar weakens as risk aversion grows

Fed Chair Powell to draw focus; Chicago PMI and consumer confidence eyed Market sentiment has weakened, and the greenback has taken a hit as concerns regarding the omicron variant have resurfaced.

Technical Analysis – GBPUSD sellers take a breather but bearish bias rules

GBPUSD is consolidating around the 1.3300 mark, within the 1.3277-1.3362 support zone that has managed to mute negative forces for now.

US Open Note – Resilient dollar rebounds in calmer markets

Greenback shrugs off new virus scare, market sentiment bounces back The calmer markets today seem to have brushed off the shock linked to the new omicron variant that hit global equity markets on Friday.

US Open Note – Markets dive as new Covid variant identified

FX market is bleeding due to new variant; yen shines After the discovery of a new and possibly vaccine-resistant coronavirus variant in South Africa, Botswana, and Hong Kong, the FX market is posting strong losses and US stock futures are indicating a negative open.

Technical Analysis – GBPUSD forms foothold at 11-month low, bearish bias stands  

GBPUSD buyers have re-emerged around the 1.3300 handle and lower Bollinger band, trying to make a comeback after a one-week drop in the pair, which produced an 11-month low.

US Open Note – Dollar shines again as gold and lira prints losses

Biden’s Fed picks drives dollar up The Fed nomination decision caused some tremors in the financial markets on Monday.

Technical Analysis – GBPUSD edges towards 2021 lows as bears resurface

GBPUSD has erased last week’s gains, which barely touched the 1.3500 level, bringing its 2021 low of 1.3352 back into scope.

The latest batch of British data will hit the markets on Tuesday morning at 08:30 GMT. The flash manufacturing and services PMIs will attract attention before traders’ focus turns on whether the Bank of England will raise interest rates at its December meeting.

US Open Note – US dollar kicks off the week higher as hawkish talk increases

US dollar slopes upwards amid upcoming monetary tightening The dollar’s upsurge seems to be continuing this week fueled by the Fed’s Vice Chair Richard Clarida, who signaled an imminent acceleration of the tapering program that could eventually result in earlier rate hikes.

Daily Market Comment – Fed’s No. 2 hints at faster taper; dollar up but stocks stay calm

Fed’s Clarida open to quicker tapering, but no panic yet in bond and equity markets Dollar eyes fresh highs as euro and pound keep bleeding; commodity dollars steadier Flash PMIs and RBNZ may spark some fireworks before Thanksgiving holiday Markets in positive spirits despite Fed and virus worries The Fed’s second in command may have just opened the door to a faster pace of tapering, but stocks nevertheless edged higher at the start of the week as there appeared to be little fallout in bond markets.

US Open Note - Stocks improve and dollar surges

King dollar comes on top as rate hike prospects grow US stock futures are near their highs but are showing minor slack, more so the S&P and Dow Jones composites than the Nasdaq 100.

Weekly Comment – RBNZ meeting and flash PMI reports take centre stage

The USD reached a 16-month high after a robust US retail sales report, suggesting that high inflation is not yet dampening consumer spending.

Week Ahead – European PMIs could spell more bad news for euro

The euro has been demolished by fears that new lockdowns will hit economic growth. This has turbocharged the dollar as traders look for shelter, and the upcoming business surveys will be crucial for whether this rotation continues.

Daily Market Comment – Fresh records for Wall Street; euro gets kicked by Lagarde again

Optimism returns to equity markets as US stocks scale fresh all-time highs Rate hike expectations go into overdrive, dollar comes out the winner Dovish Lagarde deals another blow to battered euro Growth fears ease after solid data, buoy stocks After struggling a bit in the last couple of days, global stock markets look set to end the week firmly higher, led by another record close on Wall Street on Thursday.

US Open Note – Dollar eases awaiting new market movers; Turkish lira plummets

Initial jobless claims come out; dollar still falling US jobless claims declined by one thousand in the week ending November 13th, a new pandemic low as the labor market continues to slowly recover from the coronavirus hit.

Daily Market Comment – Dollar and stocks turn red, euro steadier but lira tumbles

Wall Street slips amid faster tapering fears as dollar rally pauses for breath Euro steadier, kiwi surges on rising inflation expectations but Turkish lira crumbles Oil slide deepens after US asks other countries to release strategic reserves Stocks hit by inflation woes Jitters about how further spikes in inflation might begin to hurt corporate earnings as well as spur the Federal Reserve to hasten its tapering timetable weighed on Wall Street on Wednesday.

US Open Note – Dollar climbs as prices and yields tick higher

Global inflation risks prevail, Canada delivers CPI data The US economy appears to be recovering well in the last quarter of the year and subsequently, speculation about a fresh Fed Chairman being appointed seems to be fading in the horizon.

Daily Market Comment – Euro in freefall as outlook dims; pound gains on inflation jump

Euro tumbles again as dovish ECB and mounting worries weigh Pound modestly higher after UK inflation tops 4% Dollar reigns supreme as strong US data run continues Euro can’t catch a break The euro is sinking, stretching its week-long slide and breaching the $1.



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