EURUSD struggles over recession risk The euro treads water as talks of recession simmer. The pair found support following the ECB’s pledge to reduce its stimulus, paving the way for an interest rate hike before the end of the year. However, sentiment remains cautious due to Ukraine war developments. Hints of progress in peace talks […]
GBPUSD attempts to rebound The British pound stalled after the BOE failed to secure a unanimous vote for higher rates. A bullish RSI divergence suggests exhaustion in the sell-off, and combined with the indicator’s oversold condition on the daily chart, may attract buying interest. A tentative break above 1.3190 led some sellers to take profit. […]
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Rate hikes expected as inflation keeps rising It’s been another volatile week in financial markets with events in and around Ukraine continuing to dominate. Sentiment is still very headline-driven and an enormous amount of uncertainty remains around the outcome of talks between Ukraine and Russia and the sanctions being imposed on the latter by the […]
The economic agenda ahead is expected to be a massive one, as Fed, BoE, and BoJ officials are heading for lively debates at next week’s rate decision and monetary policy meetings. In the meantime the war has pushed virus developments into the background and despite rising infection numbers in many parts of Europe, restrictions are […]
US stocks declined after both high-level talks did not produce a stop in fighting and as investors worry that war in Ukraine could lead to higher inflation for much longer. Today’s inflation report showed widespread pricing pressures before the full impact of the global shock from the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Energy costs, soft commodities, […]
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In its next meeting the ECB was to confirm an end to net asset purchases and pave the way for a rate hike in the last quarter of the year. Then Russia invaded Ukraine, commodity prices spiked, and stagflation fears are now making the rounds, leaving the doves at the central bank to warn against […]