Truly an impressive show there! I wonder where will be the next 'handbrake' before the drop?!
US dollar index logs 9th consecutive weekly gain; approaches major resistance. Equities up, yields mixed, WTI crude up, gold up
A busy week of monetary policy meetings has delivered indecisive price action through Monday's sessions, as most asset classes trade tight ranges. The action will heat up as the week unfolds, Thursday morning's FOMC meeting the headline act amongst a lineup that includes 5 other G10 central banks delivering their latest policy updates. Whilst the Fed and BoJ are widely expected to maintain current policy settings, the BoE, Riksbank, Norges Bank and Swiss National Bank are likely to all deliver 25bps hikes. Despite inflation tracking lower over the past twelve months, CPI readings remain some distance above target, ... (full story)
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tweet: ECB'S VILLEROY: THE ECB WILL KEEP RATES AT 4% FOR AS LONG AS NEEDED. tweet: ECB'S VILLEROY: THE CURRENT ECB RATE IS AT A GOOD LEVEL, IT'S BETTER TO BE PATIENT NOW. tweet: ECB'S VILLEROY: ONCE INFLATION IS BACK AROUND 2%, THE ECB RATE CAN FALL AGAIN. tweet: ECB'S VILLEROY: THE ECB IS NOT AT THE POINT TODAY WHERE WE COULD CUT RATES.