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Markets in Search of a Trading Theme. Slow News Data Week
|Markets in Search of a Trading Theme. Slow News Data Week|
March 11, 2014 :10:00 gmt
CALENDAR US- Wholesale Inventories, 3-yr auction, API Energy
| EURUSD 1.3860
|| U.S. 2.79% +1bp
|| North America:Lower|
| EURJPY 143.19
|| Bund 1.63% 0bp
|| DAX: Higher|
| GBPUSD 1.6640
|| GILT 2.80% +1bp
|| FTSE: Lower|
| USDJPY 103.30
|| JGB 0.63% 0bp
|| Far East Close: Higher|
HIGH IMPACT NEWS ITEMS: No Major Data
- Markets look to be in a mild risk-off posture today based on equities. They are still potentially sensitive to any Ukraine developments. Most feel the "independence" vote of Crimea from Ukraine will pass overwhelmingly because it is in the self interest of Russia to retain its military control over its southern ports.
- A light data news calendar leaves the fate of the markets in the hands of algo systems who typically revert to correlation trades. For what its worth, everything is correlated to everything. We feel that the principal driving force for the markets is equities. Risk-on when equities are rising and risk-off when they are falling.
- The data for the week ahead seems to be relatively quiet. It sees central bank decisions by the Reserve Bank of New Zealand. Thursday sees key February employment data from Australia and and U.S. retail Sales data.
- Be sure to refer daily to the Global-View Economic Calendar For key items (actual data, selected charts, etc.) as they are released, see the FOREX FORUM.
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John M. Bland, an author and a founding partner of Global-View.com, has been a corporate FX consultant for a major N.Y. bank, a forex trader for a major N.Y. institution, and an FX analyst for a blue chip Fed watching service. John has an MBA in International Finance and an A.B. in Economics from the University of California at Berkeley.
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