29 September, 2017
US consumer spending for the prior month has weakened as vehicle purchases has reduced. Purchases increased 0.1%. Incomes were up 0.2%...
It is expected, that the US stock markets will open relatively unchanged today, as investors expect the release of some important data on inflation, as well as other key economic indicators in the US...
The Swiss franc has become the strongest major currency for the week, as the US economic data give a small stimulus to the dollar. Personal incomes in the US grew by 0.2% in August, expenses increased by 0.1%, which corresponds to consensus. Headline PCE was unchanged at 1.4% yoy, while core CPI slowed to 1.3% yoy...
Sterling has softened. The cable has declined 0.39% and it’s trading at 1.3389. British Q2 current account deficit expanded to 23.2B pounds...
The singe currency is holding still. Euro/dollar rose 0.09% and it’s trading at 1.1797. Eurozone Consumer Price Index Flash Estimate stayed at 1.5%. German Retail Sales dropped 0.4%, unemployment claims declined 23K. The United States will release Personal Spending and UoM Consumer Sentiment. US final Q2 Gross Domestic Product accelerated 3.1%. But, this quarter’s numbers, especially the employment ones, might weaken due to weather disasters in Texas and Florida...
Despite the uncertainty regarding German elections, German stock markets continue to grow. The DAX index rose by 0.40% today and is trading at around 12.736.25, which is the highest level in three months. The DAX grew by 5.3% this week...
The GBP/USD pair has decreased. Bids are at 1.1335-40, 1.3320, 1.3300, 1.3280, 1.3250 and 1.3200-10. Offers are at 1.3400, 1.3425-30, 1.3450-55, 1.3485, 1.3500, 1.3520 and 1.3550...
Brent crude oil closed unchanged at the level of 57.35. WTI closed at 51.25. Prices for WTI have increased 1.7%, for Brent - 1.3% since last Friday. Prices are rising accordingly for the fourth and fifth week in a row...
The US dollar rose against the basket of major currencies, departing from the monthly highs set this week, as investors analyze the Trump's tax plan and the prospects for the Federal Reserve policy. The dollar index, which tracks the dollar against a basket of six major currencies, increased by 0.1% to 93.155. This is the highest level since August 18...
Trading in the pair is neutral, as the correction from 152.82 goes on. Pivot points are at: (S1) 150.44; (P) 151.00; (R1) 151.55...
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