USD – Fed announces another 0.75 percentage point increase in interest rates JPY – BOJ keeps ultra-low rates, dovish policy guidance CHF – The Swiss National Bank raises interest rates to 0.5% in order to cool the country’s raging inflation. GBP – Bank of England hiked interest rates for a seventh straight time for 50 bps
24-year low for the Japanese yen The Bank of Japan kept its benchmark rate for short-term borrowing at -0.1%. The decision was made shortly after the US announced a 75 basis point rate increase, its third consecutive increase. The prolonged conflict in Ukraine has raised commodity costs, which are projected to put negative pressure on the Japanese economy. Nevertheless, given… Read More »USDJPY rises to 24 year High of 144.98
Fed announces another 0.75 percentage point increase in interest rates and promises more increases in the future to combat inflation. Since the early 1980s, inflation has been rising and the central bank has been working to reduce it. Fed representatives indicated that they plan to keep raising rates until the funds level reaches a “terminal rate,” or endpoint, of 4.6%… Read More »FED Hikes Rates as Expected
The Federal Reserve is considering raising interest rates by 75 basis points during its September 2022 meeting, marking the third consecutive three-quarter point increase, increasing borrowing costs to the 3%-3.25% range, the highest since 2008. Some economists believe the Fed will raise interest rates even more. Simultaneously, the so-called dot plot is predicted to show that interest rates will likely… Read More »Fed expected to Hike Rates by 75bps for 3rd Time
The euro continued losses below the $1 parity level, holding near its lowest level since 2002 after Russian President Vladimir Putin declared a partial military mobilization in Russia, which the West views as an escalation. On the monetary policy front, all eyes are on the US Federal Reserve’s statement later today, with Fed policymakers expected to deliver a 75 basis… Read More »Euro at 20-Year Lows
Asian stock markets fell on Wednesday, mirroring Wall Street’s overnight losses, as investors awaited an interest rate hike and additional aggressive signals from the Federal Reserve. In anticipation of the hike, the US dollar climbed to nearly 20-year highs, while Treasury yields rose. The Chinese yuan has also dropped to a two-year low.
A Financial Market Tumbling based on Putin Speech – “Russia president Putin announces partial military mobilization” Putin’s Words put more pressure on the European region, Hedge Traders focus on USD and Gold partial buy for a safer investment. This Week’s FOMC Statement, and Fed Rate announcement followed by tomorrow’s news GBP & JPY Bank rate of interest might bring high… Read More »Market Wrap
In a “60 Minutes” interview with CBS that aired Sunday evening, President Biden proclaimed the COVID-19 outbreak “over.”“The pandemic is over,”Biden told CBS News’s, Scott Pelley. “COVID is still a concern for us.” We’re still working on it, but the pandemic has ended. “
The USD/CAD pair continues its strong breakthrough momentum from last week. The momentum pushedSpot prices rose above the 1.3300 barriers to their highest level since November 2020.
Prominent Central banks like the federal reserve, the bank of England, and the bank of Japan will make interest rate decisions next week. In addition, the spotlight will be on Japan and Canada’s inflation rates. Germany’s Ifo business climate and US housing data. Finally, investors look for flash service and manufacturing PMI statistics for the United States, the United Kingdom,… Read More »Major banks call on their interest rate this week on Fx market
As the focus has switched to BOJ policy, the EUR/ JP has been sideways around 143.00. the Yen’s depreciation will require the BOJ to take a neutral stand on monetary policy. Confidence in the consumer in the Eurozone has fallen from -26 to – 24.9 as previously reported.
On Monday China’s Yuan fell further below critical levels following a fresh monetary easing in the country.While broader Asian currencies fell ahead of the federal reserve meeting this week.The central bank is currently attempting to strike a balance in economic growth and prevent more currency losses.
The currency rate between Canada and the United States is frequently highly connected with the price of oil.when the price of oil rises in the long run the value of the Canadian dollar (commonly known as the loonie) rises in relation to the US dollars.That correlation is directly related to how Canada gets the majority of its US dollars through… Read More »How & Why Oil Impacts The Canadian Dollar
Commodities are weighing on the currency which is falling due to growth fears as risk aversion overtook markets, the Australian dollar felt to its lowest level since the early days of the covid epidemic. The Australian dollar fell 0.4% versus the US dollar reaching 0.6674 its lowest since 2020.
USD/ CAD has virtually doubled in the last two years. The loonie would end this week down more than 2%. A negative attitude weighed on risky currencies such as the Canadian dollar. The price of analysis of USD/ CAD a daily closing of 1.3300 could open the door to 1.3400
The USD/ JPY is expected to end the week up 0.25%. On a daily basis, the USD/JPY is trading sideways. Japanese intervention in the currency market looms. The USD/JPY Is neutral downward inclined in the near term but a break below 143.00 might open the door to 141.59.
USDJPY from Jan 2021 started the horse ride at 102.50 and touched the peak 143.50 around 4100 pips up and still holding its support. Expected strong resistance at 146.50 and Target 1 @ 139.30 (720 Pips) comes with Target 2 @ 132.80 (1370 Pips)Keeping the Stop Loss @ 148.25 to 148.50 valid range. Fundamental: Why is the Japanese yen Weak?The… Read More »USD/JPY Horse Ride will End?
The GBP/USD pair is under strong selling pressure on Friday after extending a sharp retracement slide from US CPI to two-week highs. A second consecutive day of negative movement – also his third in four days before – picked up steam in the first half of the European session, with the spot rate taking him below 1.1400 for the first… Read More »Breaking News: GBP/USD breaks below 1.1400 for first time since 1985
The World Bank informs the world that it may be heading towards a global recession because central banks all over the world have been increasing interest rates as a way to fight inflation that has been relentless.
The strong US dollar has already gained 15% against a basket of currencies fed fund futures now show a 25% possibility of a 100 basis points increase at the next week’s meeting.This helps dollar bulls who have already driven the Euro and yen to two decades lows and the pound to the worst level in 40 years.