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  • Tallying Up Tariffs: The Effect on Inflation July 19, 2018
    Executive Summary Trade tensions have been escalating since the spring when President Trump announced tariffs on steel and aluminum imports. Tit-for-tat responses to the initial tariffs levied by the administration earlier this year are beginning to add up. Supply chain managers have been left scrambling to find new sources of materials or face higher costs. […]
    Wells Fargo Securities
  • Silver Down But Not Out July 19, 2018
    Like gold, silver has fallen sharply in US dollar’s slipstream. From a high of around $17.30 in June, the precious metal has fallen to a low so far of $15.20. The $2.10 slide might not sound much in nominal terms but represents a sizeable 12.1% decline in percentage terms. Sentiment towards both precious metals are […] The post Silver Down But Not Out appear […]
  • Gold Slide Resumes as Jobless Claims Slide July 19, 2018
    Gold has resumed its losing ways in the Thursday session, after showing little change on Wednesday. In North American trade, the spot price for one ounce of gold is $1217.53, down 0.83% on the day. On the release front, manufacturing and employment data were better than expected. The Philly Fed Manufacturing Index climbed to 25.7, […] The post Gold Slide Res […]
  • Canada MacNaughton to Trump, NAFTA is a tripartite agreement, we’d like to keep it that way July 19, 2018
    Canada’s ambassador to the US David MacNaughton said in a CBC Radio interview that Trump has been “pretty consistent in his distaste for multilateral deals.” And, “from the outset President Trump has articulated a desire to do bilateral deals rather than multilateral deals so his comment wasn’t a tremendous surprise.” MacNaughton referred to Trump’s comment […]
  • Can Canada’s CPIs and Retail Sales Help the Loonie Recover its Poise? July 19, 2018
    Canada will see the release of its inflation and retail sales data on Friday at 1230 GMT. Forecasts point to an acceleration in price pressures and a sharp rebound in sales, which if confirmed, could enhance speculation for another BoC rate increase this year. Beyond economic data, any developments on the NAFTA front could also […] The post Can Canada’s CPIs […]
  • Japanese Yen Shrugs off Soft Trade Surplus July 19, 2018
    The Japanese yen has ticked lower in the Thursday session. In the North American session, USD/JPY is trading at 112.89, up 0.05% on the day. On the release front, Japan posted a June trade surplus of JPY 0.07 trillion, short of the estimate of JPY 0.15 trillion. Still, this was a marked improvement from the […] The post Japanese Yen Shrugs off Soft Trade Sur […]
  • AUD/USD Mid-Day Outlook July 19, 2018
    Daily Pivots: (S1) 0.7357; (P) 0.7383; (R1) 0.7423; More… AUD/USD’s rebound ended very quickly and drops through 0.7342 minor support. Intraday bias is back on the downside for 0.7309 low. Break of 0.7309 and sustained trading below 0.7328 cluster support (61.8% retracement of 0.6826 to 0.8135 at 0.7326) will extend the fall from 0.8135 to […] The post AUD/U […]
  • USD/CAD Mid-Day Outlook July 19, 2018
    Daily Pivots: (S1) 1.3133; (P) 1.3196; (R1) 1.3232; More… USD/CAD’s breach of 1.3258 suggests that rebound from 1.3063 has resumed again. Intraday bias is back on the upside even though upside momentum isn’t too convincing. We’d holding on to the bullish view that pull back from 1.3385 has completed at 1.3063 already. Rise from there […] The post USD/CAD Mid […]
  • USDCAD Outlook: Loonie Comes Under Increased Pressure after Solid US Data July 19, 2018
    The pair accelerated higher on Thursday and cracked important barrier at 1.3261 (Fibo 61.8% of 1.3386/1.3064 pullback) where upside attempts on Wednesday were rejected, leaving bearish daily candle with long upper shadow. Strong US dollar was additionally boosted by better than expected US data (Philly Fed Manufacturing index jumped to 25.7 in July vs 21.6 [ […]
    Windsor Brokers Ltd
  • Sunset Market Commentary July 19, 2018
    Markets Core bond trading was dull until around European noon, when core bonds started to catch a bid. The eco/event calendar didn’t provide the impetus, as heavy (EMU) bond supply and stronger-than-expected US eco data (weekly jobless claims and Philly Fed business outlook) suggested a move in the other direction. Instead we think that global […] The post S […]
    KBC Bank