Good day one and all, and I hope your week is going well Datawise we have a bit more to look forward than of late with various Eurozone flash PMI releases plus UK retail sales and US weekly jobless claims … Continue reading
USDJPY 106.75 (USD 590m) 107.00 (USD 1.75bln) 107.35 (USD 585m) EURUSD 1.2600 (EUR 1.1bln) 1.2650 (EUR 1.9bln) 1.2695-1.2700 (EUR 600m) 1.2720-25 (EUR 668m) 1.2750 (EUR 803m) GBPUSD none USDCHF 0.9375 (USD 786m) 0.9475 (USD 278m) 0.9700 (USD 500m) AUDUSD 0.8700 … Continue reading
Forex news for Asia trading Thursday 23 October 2014 New Zealand inflation data: CPI for Q3 +0.3% q/q (vs. +0.5% q/q expected), prompting ANZ (and others) to say the next rate hike from the RBNZ is not until December 2015 … Continue reading
IMF official: Japan should go ahead with next sales tax hike to maintain credibility of fiscal framework Headlines via Reuters – Headline only at this stage. More details to come, if I don’t fall asleep due to boredom first.
Man pretended to be in a coma for 2 years to avoid court – What’s the Asian timezone FX market’s excuse?
HSBC Flash China Manufacturing PMI for October: expected 50.2 prior was 50.2 – Key points
Japan – Flash Markit/JMMA Manufacturing PMI for October 52.8 expected 51.7 prior was 51.7 – This is the Japan data, we get China flash PMI at 0145GMT (i.e. in a few minutes) – Key points:
It’s the New Zealand dollar suffering most this morning after the CPI data (bank views here). The orderboard is showing layers on NZD bids, but these aren’t holding it so far (0.7800/10 will be mush more difficult, though, the bids … Continue reading
Note, we get this data monthly from the NAB, so today’s data based on q/q change is old news. Comes in at 6 prior was 6, so no change Conditions at +3 (from +1 in Q2) Capex plans for the … Continue reading