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American Market

Will the dollar be declared the winner?

December 29, 2016

The US dollar could still continue to appreciate and end the trading year with more gains, especially if today’s unemployment claims data show that labor market conditions continue to improve. Today’s data on unemployment claims could bring volatility in the market, given that it is the last important report in the economic calendar this year.

European Market

Investors to continue to stay on the sidelines

December 29, 2016

Volatility in the European session will most likely remain subdued as investors continue to stay away from the market before the year ends. There is usually not much movement in the market in the last few days of the year considering that there are few important releases left to be released. Stakeholders prefer to wait for more pressing releases next year in order to determine the direction of the market.

Asia-Pacific Market

AP majors to stay on the sidelines

January 05, 2017

After the notable releases from China and New Zealand this week, Asia-Pacific majors could stay on the sidelines as investors await more pressing releases from the American market. The anticipation for tomorrow’s monthly-awaited US non-farm payroll figures could affect the Asia-Pacific market today,.

MORE ACTION-PACKED DAYS AHEAD

December 19, 2016

Heightened volatility is expected to continue this week, with more economic releases up for release. After staying on the sidelines for the past two weeks, Asian currencies will be in focus as most releases this week will come from the Asia-Pacific region. The week will start with Bank of Japan’s rate decision and monetary policy statement. The yen could see some recovery this week, as the central bank is expected to stay put and hold off further easing. The recent depreciation of the yen due to a Trump presidency is forecasted to help the export-oriented economy.

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