Share: Jamie Dimon, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of JPMorgan Chase & Co., cautioned against declaring victory against inflation too early, warning the Federal Reserve could raise interest rates above the 5% mark if higher prices ended up “sticky,” reported Reuters. That said, Reuters interviews JP Morgan’s Dimon and published his outlook on multiple issues ranging
Share: GBP/USD retreats from intraday high but stays mildly bid around 1.2050 during Wednesday’s mid-Asian session. In doing so, the Cable pair portrays the sluggish markets while taking clues from the options market and the British fundamentals to probe bulls by cautiously defending the bounce off a one-month low. That said, one-month GBP/USD risk reversal
Share: Canada’s international trade deficit narrowed slightly in December. USD/CAD trades virtually unchanged on the day at around mid-1.3400s. Canada’s merchandise trade deficit with the world narrowed from C$219 million in November to C$160 million in December, Statistics Canada reported on Tuesday. This reading came in better than the market expectation for a deficit of
Share: EUR/USD consolidates recent losses around one-month low, probes three-day downtrend. ECB hawks forget the last week’s failed attempt to please bulls, upbeat EU data also favors Euro buyers. Receding concerns about US recession, hawkish Fedspeak exerts downside pressure on the pair. Fed Chair Powell, ECB’s Schnabel could entertain traders, Sino-American news are important too.
Share: In light of advanced prints from CME Group for natural gas futures, open interest extended the uptrend in place since January 24 and rose by around 10.5K contracts on Friday. Volume, on the other hand, shrank for the second session in a row, now by around 23.7K contracts. Natural Gas: Next on the downside
As markets await Federal Reserve (Fed) Chairman Jerome Powell’s reaction to the recently hawkish US data, sluggish inflation expectations seem to challenge the US Dollar Index (DXY) bulls during early Monday in Asia, following a two-day rebound from the multi-month low. That said, the US inflation expectations per the 10-year and 5-year breakeven inflation rates