The upcoming week brings a flurry of central bank activity and high-impact economic data, setting the stage for potential volatility in financial markets.
Gold surges past crucial resistance levels, hitting its highest mark since December of the previous year. The sustainability of this week’s bullish breakout, however, depends on the upcoming U.S. jobs report.
The yen lost ground on Friday after BoJ Governor Ueda indicated that inflation is retreating rapidly and that further confirmation of the sustainability of the price goal is needed to change strategy, signaling that a March rate hike is unlikely.
EU core inflation y/y dipped to 3.1% in February from 3.3% in January but came in above market expectations of 2.9%. EUR/USD eyeing a break below 1.0800.
The Japanese Yen has surrendered the majority of its gains just 24 hours after BoJ Board Member Hajime’s calls for policy normalisation. Huge focus on wage data this month
This article examines gold’s near-term outlook, exploring various scenarios that may arise following the release of core PCE data, which is considered the Federal Reserve’s preferred inflation measure.
This article provides an in-depth analysis of the technical outlook for USD/JPY, EUR/JPY, and GBP/JPY, dissecting key resistance and support levels crucial for strategic risk management in position building.
Gold prices had been hovering around opening levels until a mixed bag of US data sent them higher. The big news was that annualized inflation had relaxed a bit
The latest US inflation data came in line with market expectations, disappointing a market that has been looking for a driver.
US indices continue to tiptoe lower after last week’s highs, while the Hang Seng’s bounce from the January lows is coming under pressure.