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  • U.S. government shutdown: Senate debates on a continuing resolution - Live stream

    The U.S. Senate continues to debate on a continuing resolution after U.S. government's funding expired at midnight on Friday. Lawmakers failed to approve a spending bill amid a standoff over immigration and border security issues. Negotiations were hold on Saturday morning in the hopes of r...

    2018-01-21

    The U.S. Senate continues to debate on a continuing resolution after U.S. government's funding expired at midnight on Friday.

    Lawmakers failed to approve a spending bill amid a standoff over immigration and border security issues. Negotiations were hold on Saturday morning in the hopes of reaching a deal. The U.S. House reconvened today at 9AM ET (14:00 GMT).

    According to BNO News, it's the fifth government shutdown since 1990 and the last government shutdown happened in October 2013, which lasted more than 2 weeks.

    Key notes:

    Special update: US Government officially shut down

    US government shuts down, Senate talks fail

  • Special update: US Government officially shut down

    The Senate failed to pass a bill to approve a funding extension through February 16th. USD fragility to be exacerbated by Government shutdown, EUR/USD heading for fresh highs. At midnight Friday, and after the Senate failed to pass the bill earlier approved by the House, the US government ...

    2018-01-20
    • The Senate failed to pass a bill to approve a funding extension through February 16th.
    • USD fragility to be exacerbated by Government shutdown, EUR/USD heading for fresh highs.

    At midnight Friday, and after the Senate failed to pass the bill earlier approved by the House, the US government shutdown officially began. The House passed a bill to extend the government funding until February 16th, but Democrats and Republicans couldn't agree over funding DACA and migrants' protection.

    This shutdown means that many US government´s activities  will come to a halt until the funding for such activities is approved. Multiple non-essential offices will be closed, and their employees furloughed. The shutdown affects museums and national parks, but also health and regulatory agencies, some of which that will anyway remain open, but will work with a minimal staff.  

    The US Federal Government experienced multiple shutdowns, the last in October 2013, a few months after Barak Obama took the office. This time the shutdown comes on the first anniversary of Trump's presidency.

    Despite  Republicans are a majority in both chambers, Democrats still blocked the bill amid disagreements with Trump's policy over migration. This shutdown, clearly indicates how fragile his authority is,  and how much opposition Trump's has, even within his own party.

    EUR/USD behavior back in 2013

    Taking a look at the EUR/USD pair´s chart, back in 2013  it was trading at 1.3520 ahead of the shutdown, and gained some 150 pips in the next couple of days, but spent the rest of the shutdown in a consolidative phase between those  levels. When the shutdown ended, in October 17t, the pair soared to 1.3681, surpassing the immediate high post-shutdown, extending its rally later another 200 pips, to top at 1.3831 before changing route. Roughly 300 pips up during the shutdown.  Weekly charts show that the GBP and the JPY also gained against the greenback back then, but just modestly, with no significant moves in any of them. Wall Street kept rallying back then, ending those two first weeks of October 2013 with gains.

    What to expect this time

    The American dollar has been under selling pressure ever since mid-December, now trading at its lowest since December 2014 against the common currency, with the EUR/USD pair having closed the week at 1.2216, after topping at 1.2322. The latest rally seems overstretched, but the market had no reasons to return to the greenback. A big risk factor in the middle is the ECB's meeting that will take place next Thursday  and is quite probable that President Draghi will focus on down talking the EUR, as EU policymakers have clearly signaled that they don't want the pair above 1.2000.

    Given dollar's fragility, there are good chances that this news will exacerbate the negative sentiment towards the American currency, and result in the EUR/USD pair jumping through the mentioned multi-year high of 1.2322, with the next relevant resistance coming  at 1.2460. However, and ahead of the ECB's the dollar may witness a sudden appreciation, triggered by profit-taking.

     

  • US government shuts down, Senate talks fail

    The US Senate was unable to reach an agreement this Friday to extend the government funding. Much of the federal government officially shut down early Saturday morning, after a consideration of a stopgap spending measure to keep the government operating was blocked.  Senators are expected to ...

    2018-01-20

    The US Senate was unable to reach an agreement this Friday to extend the government funding.

    Much of the federal government officially shut down early Saturday morning, after a consideration of a stopgap spending measure to keep the government operating was blocked. 

    Senators are expected to meet again this Saturday at noon to discuss new measures to keep the government open. 

    Roughly 750,000 public employees will not return to work on Monday unless a funding deal is reached over the weekend.

  • Japan CFTC JPY NC net positions below expectations (¥-116.2K): Actual (¥-119.4K)

    Japan CFTC JPY NC net positions below expectations (¥-116.2K): Actual (¥-119.4K)

    2018-01-20

  • United States CFTC Oil NC net positions came in at 707.8K, above forecasts (669.4K)

    United States CFTC Oil NC net positions came in at 707.8K, above forecasts (669.4K)

    2018-01-20

  • Australia CFTC AUD NC net positions below forecasts ($15.4K): Actual ($10.1K)

    Australia CFTC AUD NC net positions below forecasts ($15.4K): Actual ($10.1K)

    2018-01-20

  • United Kingdom CFTC GBP NC net positions below expectations (£32.4K): Actual (£26.2K)

    United Kingdom CFTC GBP NC net positions below expectations (£32.4K): Actual (£26.2K)

    2018-01-20

  • United States CFTC Gold NC net positions below forecasts ($242K): Actual ($211.7K)

    United States CFTC Gold NC net positions below forecasts ($242K): Actual ($211.7K)

    2018-01-20

  • United States CFTC USD NC net positions came in at $122.5K below forecasts ($124.1K)

    United States CFTC USD NC net positions came in at $122.5K below forecasts ($124.1K)

    2018-01-20

  • European Monetary Union CFTC EUR NC net positions registered at €139.5K, below expectations (€169.6K)

    European Monetary Union CFTC EUR NC net positions registered at €139.5K, below expectations (€169.6K)

    2018-01-20

  • UK week ahead: jobs report and GDP - Danske Bank

    Next week in the UK the main economic reports include jobs data and GDP growth. Analysts from Danske Bank, expect the annual growth in average weekly earnings ex bonuses (three-month average) to decline to 2.2% y/y from 2.3% y/y while they see annual growth GDP slowing to 1.4% y/y.  Key Q...

    2018-01-20

    Next week in the UK the main economic reports include jobs data and GDP growth. Analysts from Danske Bank, expect the annual growth in average weekly earnings ex bonuses (three-month average) to decline to 2.2% y/y from 2.3% y/y while they see annual growth GDP slowing to 1.4% y/y. 

    Key Quotes: 

    “In the UK, the jobs report for November is released on Wednesday. There are some signs that employment is no longer increasing at the same pace as previously or possibly has even stagnated. So in this jobs report we will look for signs whether this was just transitory or not. We estimate the unemployment rate (three-month average) was unchanged at 4.3%. We expect the annual growth in average weekly earnings ex bonuses (three-month average) declined to 2.2% y/y from 2.3% y/y, underlining that there is no big wage pressure present in the UK yet.”

    “On Friday, the first estimate of GDP growth in Q4 is due out. PMIs suggest GDP growth was 0.4%-0.5% but the NIESR GDP estimate says it could have been as high as 0.6%! We estimate GDP growth was 0.4% but given the indicators there are upside risks to this forecast. If we are right about our quarterly forecast, the annual growth in GDP has slowed to 1.4% y/y, the slowest since Q2 12. Growth accelerated in H2 17 driven by higher manufacturing production growth, in line with the pick up in rest of Europe.”
     

  • US Q4 GDP: Balance of risks looks to be to the upside - Wells Fargo

    Next Friday, the first estimate of Q4 GDP will be released. Analysts from Wells Fargo, expect growth to be 2.9%. They see upside risks.  Key Quotes:  “This coming Friday we will see the first look at Q4 GDP as well as data for 2017 as a whole. On an annualized basis, we expect grow...

    2018-01-20

    Next Friday, the first estimate of Q4 GDP will be released. Analysts from Wells Fargo, expect growth to be 2.9%. They see upside risks. 

    Key Quotes: 

    “This coming Friday we will see the first look at Q4 GDP as well as data for 2017 as a whole. On an annualized basis, we expect growth to be 2.9 percent – continuing the recent string of strong quarterly readings. For 2017, we expect 2.3 percent year-over-year growth, a marked improvement from the 1.5 percent growth rate notched in 2016.”

    “We project personal consumption and business fixed investment to improve on the quarter based on encouraging monthly data, which continue to point to high levels of confidence in each sector. Residential construction should also provide a boost to topline GDP following consecutive quarters of dragging the headline figure lower. Net exports are likely to exert a drag on GDP growth in Q4 after adding positively to the headline throughout 2017. Incorporating the newly passed tax reform package, the U.S. economy appears to be on the upswing as 2018 kicks off. The balance of risks looks to be to the upside.”
     

  • Eurozone: PMI, ECB and IFO- Danske Bank

    Analysts from Danske Bank explained that next week the main events in the Euro area will be the European Central Bank meeting, PMI figures and the IFO expectations report.  Key Quotes:  “In the euro area, the preliminary PMI figures are due for release on Wednesday. Both manuf...

    2018-01-20

    Analysts from Danske Bank explained that next week the main events in the Euro area will be the European Central Bank meeting, PMI figures and the IFO expectations report. 

    Key Quotes: 

    “In the euro area, the preliminary PMI figures are due for release on Wednesday. Both manufacturing and service PMIs rose yet again in December, climbing to 60.6 and 56.6 respectively. Activity remains high in the euro area and we expect the PMIs to remain  at high levels. However, in line with the decline observed in IFO expectations in December, we believe January’s PMI will show a decline. We expect manufacturing PMI at 60.1 and service PMI at 56.2.”

    “On Thursday, the German IFO expectations are released. As noted above, we saw a sharp decline in expectations from 111.0 in November to 109.5 in the December release, although the current situation indicator edged slightly upwards. In January, we expect the IFO expectations might take another step downwards to 108.9, while
    uncertainty remains around the CDU/SPD coalition in Germany.”

    “The January ECB meeting will be held on Thursday. Attention from financial markets will be on the timing of when forward guidance will be revisited on the back of the ECB’s December account which stated that the forward guidance ‘could be revisited early in the coming year [2018]’. We believe these changes will relate to the QE and not the forward guidance on policy rate early in the year. We expect no change in forward guidance next week, but only at the March meeting,”

  • Brazil: Economic growth continued in November - Wells Fargo

    The Brazilian economic activity index increased 0.5%  and on a year-over-year basis the economy improved at a 2.8% rate.  According to analysts from Wells Fargo, domestic consumption as well as foreign consumption, have been trending up, which means that the economy seems to be, finally, h...

    2018-01-20

    The Brazilian economic activity index increased 0.5%  and on a year-over-year basis the economy improved at a 2.8% rate.  According to analysts from Wells Fargo, domestic consumption as well as foreign consumption, have been trending up, which means that the economy seems to be, finally, hitting in all cylinder. The Brazilian real is about to close today at the highest level since October against the US Dollar.

    Key Quotes: 

    “The Brazilian economy continued its march toward recovery in November according to the economic activity index, a monthly proxy for the behavior of gross domestic product. The index increased 0.5 percent sequentially, slightly above the 0.4 percent analysts were expecting. On a year-over-year basis the economy improved at a 2.8 percent rate, slightly below the upwardly revised 3.1 percent year-over-year rate reported for October.”

    “Still, it is important to note that comparisons are being made against very low base numbers as the economy experienced the longest period of recession in recorded history. Nevertheless, it is clear that domestic consumption as well as foreign consumption, i.e., exports, have been trending up, which means that the economy seems to be, finally, hitting in all cylinders. And this is good news for the immediate future, even though uncertainties remain high as the country prepares to go to the polls later in the year and exPresident Lula da Silva, who continues to lead in the polls, is still facing serious legal troubles in several corruption cases.”

  • AUD/USD end weeks higher, hovering around 0.8000

    AUD outperforms during the week on the back of positive Australian economic data.  AUD/USD posts highest weekly close since September 2017.   The AUD/USD pair was about to end Friday flat, hovering around 0.8000, consolidating strong weekly gains. It continues to move with an ups...

    2018-01-20
    • AUD outperforms during the week on the back of positive Australian economic data. 
    • AUD/USD posts highest weekly close since September 2017. 

     The AUD/USD pair was about to end Friday flat, hovering around 0.8000, consolidating strong weekly gains. It continues to move with an upside bias but it found resistance around the 0.8030 area. 

    The Australian dollar was among the top performers in the currency market during the week. On Thursday the Aussie received a boost from the Australian jobs report that surpassed expectations. That day AUD/USD moved decisively away for 0.7950/60 and opened the door to more gains. 

    On Friday, the pair climbed to 0.8037, the highest in four months before retreating back to 0.8000 where it was about to end the week, 85 pips above the level it had a week ago. It is the sixth weekly in-a-row. 

    Levels to watch 

    Now the pair is challenging the 0.8030/40 zone.  A break higher could target 0.8065 and then attention would turn to 0.8120/25, the 2017 high (intraday). On a wider perspective, the bullish tone is likely to remains in place as long as price holds above 0.7850/70. 

    To the downside, now the 0.7950/60 area is the immediate strong support followed by 0.7935 (Jan 16, 17 & 18 low), 0.7900 and 0.7875. 
     

  • The ECB's next moves - ING

    "With the growth picture looking very strong, the calls to end the ECB’s expansionary monetary policy will grow louder," ING economists note. Key quotes The president of the Bundesbank, Jens Weidmann repeated in an interview with Spanish daily El Mundo that the ECB should set an e...

    2018-01-20

    "With the growth picture looking very strong, the calls to end the ECB’s expansionary monetary policy will grow louder," ING economists note.

    Key quotes

    The president of the Bundesbank, Jens Weidmann repeated in an interview with Spanish daily El Mundo that the ECB should set an end-date for its asset-buying program. That said, a majority within the Government Council will want to avoid the repeated mistake of premature tightening, certainly given the stubbornly subdued inflation dynamics.

    But even if backpedalling on its announced QE timeframe looks out of the question, a small change in communication is not to be excluded. Indeed, from the minutes of the December meeting, it transpired that “the view was widely shared among members that the Governing Council’s communication would need to evolve gradually, without a change in sequencing, if the economy continued to expand and inflation converged further towards the Governing Council’s aim”.

    We still expect a short lengthening of the asset purchase program until December 2018, to allow some further tapering. While net asset purchases will definitely have ended at the start of 2019, a first rate hike might have to await the summer of 2019.

  • Fed's Williams: Fed needs to get monetary policy back to 'normal'

    San Francisco Federal Reserve Bank President John Williams crossed the news wires in the last hour, providing key quotes, via Reuters, found below. U.S. economy is moving from a period of headwinds to one of tailwinds. Tailwinds to U.S. economy include tax cuts, global economic environment. Fina...

    2018-01-20

    San Francisco Federal Reserve Bank President John Williams crossed the news wires in the last hour, providing key quotes, via Reuters, found below.

    U.S. economy is moving from a period of headwinds to one of tailwinds.

    Tailwinds to U.S. economy include tax cuts, global economic environment.

    Financial conditions, confidence is a third tailwind for U.S. economic growth.

    U.S. unemployment to fall to 3.7 pct late this year.

    Low inflation is the 'good news,' expects inflation to move back to 2 pct in next two years.

    Fed needs to get monetary policy back to 'normal'.

    Fed is not ahead or behind the curve, well-positioned to keep economy on sustainable path.

    This is a time of change at the Fed, an institution that does not like change.

    Incoming Fed Chair Powell is about continuity, carry forth policies under Chair Yellen.

  • WTI struggles to recover losses despite decreasing oil rig count in US

    WTI remains on track to close the week with lower. Baker Hughes rig count drops to 747. Crude oil prices didn't show a significant reaction to this week's Baker Hughes report with the barrel of West Texas Intermediate consolidating its daily losses a little above the $63 mark. As of wri...

    2018-01-20
    • WTI remains on track to close the week with lower.
    • Baker Hughes rig count drops to 747.

    Crude oil prices didn't show a significant reaction to this week's Baker Hughes report with the barrel of West Texas Intermediate consolidating its daily losses a little above the $63 mark. As of writing, the barrel of WTI was trading at $63.35, losing nearly 1% on the day.

    General Electric Co's Baker Hughes energy services firm on Friday said that the number of active oil rigs in the U.S. declined to 747 from 752 for the week ending January 19. Although this data could be taken as an early sign of the oil production in the U.S. losing steam, investors are likely to expect the shale output to continue to increase as long as prices remain elevated. In fact, yesterday's EIA report revealed that the weekly production in the U.S. rose by 258K barrels. 

    Moreover, OPEC's monthly report, which was published earlier this week, highlighted that the organization was forecasting the oil supply from non-OPEC producers to grow in 2018.

    Reporting on today's data, "analysts at Simmons & Co, energy specialists at U.S. investment bank Piper Jaffray, this week slightly increased their forecast for the total oil and natural gas rig count to an average of 1,004 in 2018 and 1,128 in 2019. Last week, it forecast 996 in 2018 and 1,126 in 2019," Reuters noted.

    Technical levels to consider

    The first significant hurdle for the barrel of WTI aligns at $64.90/$65.00 (Jan. 15 high/psychological level), where the latest rally encountered a stiff resistance. Above that level, $66 (psychological level) and $66.90 (Dec. 5, 2015, high) could be seen as next resistance levels. On the downside, supports are located at $62.85 (daily low), $61.80 (Jan. 9 low) and $61 (psychological level).

  • EUR/USD eases to 1.2230, looks to close week modestly higher

    DXY stays in the green near 90.40. EUR/USD fails to hold on to daily gains in the NA session. Investors await fresh developments on the government shutdown. Despite rising concerns over the U.S. government shutting down, the greenback gained traction towards the end of the week and weighed on ...

    2018-01-20
    • DXY stays in the green near 90.40.
    • EUR/USD fails to hold on to daily gains in the NA session.
    • Investors await fresh developments on the government shutdown.

    Despite rising concerns over the U.S. government shutting down, the greenback gained traction towards the end of the week and weighed on the USD denominated pairs. As of writing, the EUR/USD pair was trading at 1.2230, losing 0.07% on the day. On a weekly basis, the pair is still up around 40 pips and it remains on track to record its fifth straight positive weekly close.

    Although the UoM Consumer Sentiment Index fell short of the market expectation of 97 as it fell to 94.4 from 95.9 in the first preliminary reading of January, it didn't have a negative impact on the US Dollar Index's action in the NA session. After testing the 90 handle for the third time this week earlier today, the index started to retrace its losses and was last seen at 90.40, where it was up 0.09% on the day. 

    Following a decisive break above the critical 2.6% handle on Thursday, the 10-year US T-bond yield extended its gains on Friday and helped the buck stage a modest recovery in the second half of the day. At the moment, the 10-year T-bond yield is up 1% on the day at 2.635%.

    On the other hand, investors are waiting for fresh developments on the passage of the spending bill, which would avert a government shutdown. According to the latest headlines, President Donald Trump reached out to some Senate Democrats and invited them to the White House to work on a deal. Nonetheless, even in case of a government shutdown, the market reaction is likely to stay limited with the trading volume thinning out ahead of the weekend.

    Technical outlook

    Valeria Bednarik, American Chief Analyst at FXStreet, writes, "technically, the EUR/USD pair has set a higher high and a higher low weekly basis, reaching its highest since December 2014 and closing it marginally higher, all of which maintains the bullish trend in place. The pair is up for a fifth consecutive week, with the chart showing that technical indicators have pared gains near overbought readings, but aren't suggesting upward exhaustion."

    "In the daily chart, the bullish potential is even stronger, as the 20 SMA has gained  a strong upward slope below the current level, while the Momentum resumed its advance after correcting overbought conditions, as the RSI consolidates around 66, all of which leans the scale towards the upside," Bednarik further adds.

  • ECB: too soon to revisit forward guidance in January - Danske Bank

    Next Thursday, the European Central Bank will have its first meeting of 2018. Analysts from Danske Bank do not expect the ECB to change its language.  Key Quotes:  “The ECB’s December accounts stated that: ‘The language pertaining to various dimensions of the monetary p...

    2018-01-20

    Next Thursday, the European Central Bank will have its first meeting of 2018. Analysts from Danske Bank do not expect the ECB to change its language. 

    Key Quotes: 

    “The ECB’s December accounts stated that: ‘The language pertaining to various dimensions of the monetary policy stance and forward guidance could be revisited early in the coming year [2018]’. We do not expect the ECB to change its language next week.”

    “Instead, we think the first change in language on certain parts of the stance and forward guidance will come at the 8 March meeting, as the potential end of QE is still 8 months away and the effect of the new purchase rate is still to be assessed.”

    “Recently, comments from hawks within the Governing Council (GC) have dominated the financial press. They reflect the view of a more holistic view of the economy and inflation, and we see this view slowly getting traction within the GC.”

    “The growth indicators continue to surprise on the upside. We view core and ‘super core’ inflation as the key figures/variables to follow for the timing of the first hike.”

    “We expect the trend for tighter spreads and flatter curves in the euro fixed income market to continue. Further, we expect to see repricing of the front of the EONIA curve.”

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"Philippines" [137]=> string(6) "Poland" [138]=> string(8) "Portugal" [139]=> string(5) "Qatar" [140]=> string(7) "Romania" [141]=> string(6) "Russia" [142]=> string(6) "Rwanda" [143]=> string(21) "Saint Kitts and Nevis" [144]=> string(11) "Saint Lucia" [145]=> string(13) "Saint Vincent" [146]=> string(5) "Samoa" [147]=> string(10) "San Marino" [148]=> string(21) "Sao Tome and Principe" [149]=> string(12) "Saudi Arabia" [150]=> string(7) "Senegal" [151]=> string(21) "Serbia and Montenegro" [152]=> string(10) "Seychelles" [153]=> string(12) "Sierra Leone" [154]=> string(9) "Singapore" [155]=> string(8) "Slovakia" [156]=> string(8) "Slovenia" [157]=> string(15) "Solomon Islands" [158]=> string(7) "Somalia" [159]=> string(12) "South Africa" [160]=> string(5) "Spain" [161]=> string(9) "Sri Lanka" [162]=> string(5) "Sudan" [163]=> string(8) "Suriname" [164]=> string(9) "Swaziland" [165]=> string(6) "Sweden" [166]=> string(11) "Switzerland" [167]=> string(5) "Syria" [168]=> string(6) "Taiwan" [169]=> string(10) "Tajikistan" [170]=> string(8) "Tanzania" [171]=> string(8) "Thailand" [172]=> string(4) "Togo" [173]=> string(5) "Tonga" [174]=> string(19) "Trinidad and Tobago" [175]=> string(7) "Tunisia" [176]=> string(6) "Turkey" [177]=> string(12) "Turkmenistan" [178]=> string(6) "Tuvalu" [179]=> string(6) "Uganda" [180]=> string(7) "Ukraine" [181]=> string(20) "United Arab Emirates" [182]=> string(14) "United Kingdom" [183]=> string(13) "United States" [184]=> string(7) "Uruguay" [185]=> string(10) "Uzbekistan" [186]=> string(7) "Vanuatu" [187]=> string(12) "Vatican City" [188]=> string(9) "Venezuela" [189]=> string(7) "Vietnam" [190]=> string(5) "Yemen" [191]=> string(6) "Zambia" [192]=> string(8) "Zimbabwe" } ["language"]=> array(7) { [1]=> string(7) "English" [2]=> string(14) "Русский" [3]=> string(8) "Español" [4]=> string(14) "العربية" [5]=> string(8) "Francais" [6]=> string(9) "日本话" [7]=> string(6) "中文" } ["sendto"]=> array(2) { [1]=> string(13) "IB Department" [2]=> string(16) "Customer Service" } ["videoconference"]=> array(4) { [1]=> string(18) "Introducing Broker" [2]=> string(11) "White Label" [3]=> string(15) "Senior Partners" [4]=> string(16) "Franchise Scheme" } ["subject"]=> array(6) { [1]=> string(15) "Technical Issue" [2]=> string(14) "Platform Issue" [3]=> string(11) "Trade Issue" [4]=> string(13) "Deposit Issue" [5]=> string(14) "Withdraw Issue" [6]=> string(5) "Other" } ["data"]=> NULL ["needsmscode"]=> bool(false) }