•  Italian politics keep exerting pressure on the shared currency.    •  Disappointing EZ PMIs further aggravates the selling pressure.    •  Reviving safe-haven demand adds to the bearish sentiment. The EUR/JPY cross came under some intense selling pressure on Wednesday and tumbled to 9-month lows during the early European session.  The cross e
Following yesterday’s skepticism by the US President Trump on the potential June North Korea summit, China’s Foreign Ministry is out with a statement, citing that the Chinese authorities hope the US-North Korea summit can proceed smoothly. Trump said that ‘there’s a very substantial chance’ next month’s meeting with North Korea’s Kim won’t work out
The UK April CPIs overview The cost of living in the UK as represented by the consumer price index (CPI) is due later today at 0830 GMT. The CPI inflation is expected to jump to 0.5% m/m in April while the annualized figure is seen steady at 2.5%. The core inflation rate that excludes volatile food and energy items is expected to decelerate to 2.2%
Sterling is trading down 0.2% at around 1.3410 against the US Dollar on Wednesday ahead of the UK inflation that is expected to decelerate to 2.3% y/y in April confirming the dovish outlook of the Bank of England confirmed on Inflation Report hearing in the UK parliament on Tuesday. Original link
In opinion of Karen Jones, Head of FICC Technical Analysis at Commerzbank, the pair could attempt a recovery to the 1.1890/1.2005 area. Key Quotes “ EUR/USD is attempting to recover off the December 2017 low where it is holding. It has not yet closed below its 78.6% retracement at 1.1767 and we note the 13 count, all of which suggest a near term ra
In the euro area analysts at Danske Bank expect the PMI, which has moderated recently, to yield another 'softer' reading across countries. Key Quotes “It will be interesting to follow the manufacturing PMI and see the potential impact of the spill over of the ongoing trade spat in the US. So far, we expect it to be relatively benign.” “In the  UK, 
As reported by Reuters, public sector investor assets have surged to $36 trillion, climbing by 7.3% in the measure's largest climb in five years. Key quotes "The Official Monetary and Financial Institutions Forum (OMFIF) tracks the assets of 750 institutional investors such as central banks, sovereign wealth funds (SWFs) and public sector pension f
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