The blue-chip index struggled to hold on to early session gains as inflation fears and rate hike bets grow. Could we print a new YTD low?
The DXY is pressing onward towards big levels; big levels and lines to watch in the days/weeks ahead.
The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) released its interim report flagging stubborn inflation, lower growth and higher rates
‘A bleak mood hangs over Germany’ according to the latest Ifo business climate index with the economy expected to shrink in Q3.
GBP extended losses from last week in what has been an unusual spate of selling during the Asian session as markets mull over loose fiscal policy and GBP/USD tests 1.00.
The US Dollar soared against ASEAN currencies this past week. Dominant uptrends are in focus for USD/SGD, USD/THB, USD/IDR and USD/PHP. As prices aim for new highs this year, what are key levels to watch?
The British Pound is under the pump today as worries grow about the fiscal state of affairs for the UK while the US Dollar surges. Will the BoE do anything to save GBP/USD?
The Hang Seng Index is attempting to break below a major support, while the Shanghai Composite Index continues to make new lows. What is the technical outlook for the indices and how much more downside?
The Japanese Yen lost ground against the US Dollar to start the week as the market questions the ability of the Bank of Japan to hold down rates at the same time as supporting the Yen.
An already exceptionally strong US Dollar surged on Friday, threatening Asia-Pacific market sentiment. The Bank of Japan Governor Kuroda is due to speak today.