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Indonesian Rupiah, Malaysian Ringgit, Singapore Dollar, Philippine Peso – Talking Points US Dollar rose as coronavirus dents S&P 500 and Emerging Markets USD/IDR, USD/SGD, USD/PHP, USD/MYR may generally climb next Chinese PMI may show virus fears, Fed rate decision could sink stocks US Dollar, Coronavirus, Singapore Dollar, Indonesian Rupiah – ASEAN FX Weekly Recap The
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[embedded content] Safe HavensTalking Points: We have ended 2019 with a remarkably quiet backdrop, leading to the high-risk exposure complacency so familiar over the past decade The risk of a normalizing in volatility is high, which in turn suggests risk aversion is a lingering threat for the financial markets Most will not consider this escape
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Fundamental Australian Dollar Forecast: Bearish The Australian Dollar is under pressure as are all risk-correlated assets Its own domestic data have been supportive however Inflation numbers will be the last major release before rate-setters meet in February The Australian Dollar moves into a new trading week in a fascinating position, clearly weighed down by a
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Sterling (GBP) Price, Chart and Analysis: BoE rate cut ‘killed off’ by expectation-beating UK PMI release. Withdrawal Agreement signed-off by EU chiefs. British Pound (GBP) Underpinned by Encouraging PMI Data The eagerly-awaited UK PMI releases for January, the first look at sentiment post-General Election, showed ‘an encouraging start to 2020’ according to data provider IHS
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(Bloomberg) — A closely watched measure of U.K. economic activity unexpectedly surged to the highest level since 2018 in January, leaving the prospects for a Bank of England interest-rate cut next week hanging in the balance. IHS Markit’s flash for output across the whole economy jumped to 52.4 as firms cited reduced political uncertainty in
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© Reuters. Euro currency bills are pictured at the Croatian National Bank in Zagreb By Saikat Chatterjee LONDON (Reuters) – The euro held near seven-week lows on Friday after the European Central Bank struck a more dovish tone at Thursday’s meeting than some had expected. Investor attention will turn to the flash PMI releases for
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