Goldman Sachs cut its Q3 US GDP tracking estimate to 3.1% from 3.3% after today’s construction spending report.
Goldman Sachs is out with a quick preview of the upcoming ECB decision: ECB: We expect rates on hold (Main Refinancing Rate on hold at 0.05%, in line with consensus). The ECB will publish technical documents on how it intends … Continue reading
From Goldman Sachs’ technical analysis “The Charts That Matter Next Week” Say the DXY is leading the way and EURUSD has followed suit…
From Goldman Sachs’ weekly “Kickstart”: Expect a continuing strengthening US dollar We expect the downward gravitational pull on the EURUSD will persist for the next several years until it trades at parity versus the dollar by year-end 2017. From a … Continue reading
Goldman Sachs does almost nothing to keep ‘client’ economic research from appearing everywhere. Keep that in mind when you read Goldman Sachs’ preview of today’s FOMC meeting.
Adam had the FOMC view from Goldman Sachs here: Goldman Sachs FOMC preview: “Considerable time” will stay (love or hate Goldman Sachs, it is well worth considering their analysis … and then, as always, the risk management is up to … Continue reading
In its preview for the FOMC meeting on Wednesday at 2 pm ET, Goldman Sachs says the Fed won’t remove or substantially modify its forward guidance that the funds rate will stay at its current level for a “considerable time” … Continue reading
One (just one …) of the problems with taking a day off from FX and from ForexLive is not being able to bring the latest bank research. For example, I had this from Goldman Sachs that I didn’t bring up. … Continue reading
Philip Moffitt, head of fixed income for the Asia-Pacific region at Goldman Sachs Asset Management, speaking at the Bloomberg Summit in Sydney (earlier headline here). More now: Sees the Federal Reserve tightening early next year and says the U.S. economy … Continue reading
Goldman Sachs Asset Management’s Phil Moffitt speaking at the Bloomberg economic summit in Sydney: China opening up process has accelerated Sees strong porfolio demand for Australian assets Sees Australian dollar at about 85 cents in 6 months