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Reuters: Fed to cut rates for first time in a decade this month: Reuters poll
A quarter-point Federal Reserve interest rate cut in July is almost a done deal, according to economists in a Reuters poll, who expect another later in the year amid rising economic risks from the ongoing U.S.-China trade war. [more...]
Bloomberg: Stocks Trade Mixed Ahead of ECB, More Earnings: Markets Wrap
European futures climbed ahead of a European Central Bank meeting, while Asian stocks saw muted trading amid a mixed picture for corporate earnings. Treasuries and the dollar were little changed. [more...]
Bloomberg: Stocks Close at Record Highs on Growth Optimism: Markets Wrap
U.S. stocks pushed higher for a third day as investors looked past weak economic data and mixed corporate results, including an unexpected quarterly loss for Boeing. Treasuries advanced along with bonds in Europe. [more...]
Bloomberg: S&P 500’s Earnings Miracle Is Failing to Take Hold in the Second Half
Behind the scenes of another middling earnings season is evidence that analysts are deceiving themselves when they predict things will be much better by Christmas. [more...]
Bloomberg: Technology Rival Taiwan Set to Trump South Korea
They’re both technology heavy, export dependent economies located in Asia, but when it comes to their stock market performance this year, that’s about where the similarities end for South Korea and Taiwan. [more...]
Bloomberg: A Third of Economists Expect BOJ to Bolster Rates Pledge in July
Roughly a third of polled economists expect the Bank of Japan to strengthen its pledge on future interest rates at next week’s meeting, according to a Bloomberg survey. [more...]
Bloomberg: VIX Call Buying Explodes in Wave Evoking Memories of `50 Cent'
A big buyer is accumulating protection against a major sell-off in U.S. stocks over the next month. More than 570,000 call options tied to the Cboe Volatility Index -- known as the market’s “fear gauge” -- have traded as of 2:25 p.m. on Wednesday in New York, compared to less than 50,000 put options. [more...]
Bloomberg: Erdogan Economics Weaponized as Central Bank Looks to Cut Rates
Long a believer that high interest rates cause inflation, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is finally putting that unconventional theory into practice by installing Murat Uysal as governor this month after firing his predecessor for failing to cut sooner. [more...]
Bloomberg: The Carry Trade Is Heating Up as Fed and ECB Get More Dovish
As dovish central banks stoke negative yields throughout developed nations, it’s become more tempting for yield-hungry investors to borrow U.S. dollars and euros to buy riskier emerging-market currencies. [more...]
Reuters: Asian shares tick higher, euro near two-month lows before ECB decision
Asian shares rose after a cautious start, while the euro hovered near two-month lows as soft economic data fueled hopes the European Central Bank could cut rates at its meeting on Thursday. [more...]
CNBC: Alibaba reportedly plans a second listing in Hong Kong. Other Chinese firms may follow suit
For years, many large Chinese companies have chosen to list in the U.S. instead of Hong Kong or China. Now, amid a trade dispute between Beijing and Washington, one national champion may lead the way back home. [more...]
CNBC: Jeffrey Epstein on suicide watch after accused sex trafficker is found injured in New York jail
Accused sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein is on a suicide watch after the wealth financier was found mysteriously injured in his cell in a federal jail in New York City, WNBC-TV reported Wednesday night. [more...]
Currency Strength Indicators
The currency strength meter gives you a quick visual guide to which currencies are currently strong, and which ones are weak. The meter measures the strength of all forex cross pairs and applies calculations on them to determine the overall strength for each individual currency. For example, if EUR is strong and USD is weak, it could mean that the currency pair EURUSD could be going up. If both currencies are strong or weak it is better to avoid since it will probably means there is no clear direction for the specific pair.
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