Daily Markets Broadcast 2018-11-12

Daily Markets Broadcast 2018-11-12 Wall Street down for a second day. Oil rebounds. US markets extended the post-FOMC decline on Friday as US producer prices rose more than forecast in October, affirming the Fed’s hawkish stance on rates. At the Read More

Commodities Weekly: Gold set for first monthly gain in seven

Gold shines in the commodity space while silver and copper lag behind. Energy commodities are softer while the agriculture sector is mixed. Precious metals GOLD has a chance to record the biggest monthly gain since January as it regained its Read More

Desperately seeking stability

US  Markets From sandstorms in Riyadh to headwinds in Rome, escalating risk has effectively capped the recent swell in US Treasury yields, while the combination of Federal Reserve policy tightening and increasing debt supply should keep the trapdoor from giving Read More

Asia market closing view: fumbling into the EU summit

Currencies  Currency markets have been relatively quiet in Asia ahead of the US Treasury FX report an no doubt markets will be eager to view the FOMC minutes where there is a considerable risk for a hawkish lean. Even more Read More

Next week’s spotlight falls on the USD and the RMB complex.

Well, that was dramatic, but some significant levels on equity markets held on a closing basis, while the DXY rallied into the close. But in the end, it was all about cleaning the slate while living to fight another day. Read More

Markets Yield to pressure?

Markets Yield to pressure? Not so far today as the markets have opened predictably quiet with Tokyo and New York celebrating their holidays. USDCNH is trading unpretentiously higher but the USD, in general, remain little-changed post-NFP.  Strength in labour markets, Read More

An incredible end to Q3 could be an even bumpier ride   in Q4

An incredible end to Q3 could be an even bumpier ride   in Q4 Well, that was an astonishing end to  Q3 as we herald in what is certainly shaping up to be a bumpy ride in the markets for  Q4. Read More