The daily chart is used to give us an indication of the outlook for the medium-term, defined as the next week to a month ahead. point to the possibility of an upturn in the business cycle in H2,
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Clarida’s remarks line up with testimony last week by Fed Chairman Jerome Powell, and comments a bit earlier in the day from Williams, that have cemented expectations for a rate cut. Investors, weighing their words, increased betsThursday that the Fed will move by a half point at the July 31st meeting.
The Week Ahead. Another big week for potential volatility, led by trade wars and FOMC theories. We will get interest rate decisions from the Bank of Japan, US Federal Reserve and Bank of England, and the week with the US jobs report on Friday. In between we also get China’s private and government PMI reports.
The focus now shifts to the advance US GDP report for the second quarter of 2019. The NZD/USD pair maintained its offered tone through the mid-European session and slipped to over two-week lows.
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I hope everyone on this subreddit made out pretty nicely in the market this past week, and is ready for the new trading week ahead. Here is everything you need to know to get you ready for the trading week beginning july 29th, 2019. The Fed is about to cut rates to protect the economy, even though most signs are strong –
The Euro-to-Dollar rate is trading at around 1.1088 at the start of the new week, after falling 0.97% in the week before. Studies of the charts are showing the short-term trend has flipped again.
More will be needed on the data front to convince the monetary policy committee that another rate hike this year is warranted. The week ahead will see some second-tier data releases, so keep an eye on – consumer confidence (wednesday), money and credit data (Thursday) and the May manufacturing PMI reading (Friday).
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