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FOMC Member Quarles Speaks
Foreign Securities Purchases
Industrial Production m/m
Capacity Utilization Rate
NAHB Housing Market Index
BOC Business Outlook Survey
MPC Member Cunliffe Speaks
Gov Council Member Lane Speaks
TIC Long-Term Purchases
Monetary Policy Meeting Minutes
Weak growth impulses from China and a continued rise in energy prices greets the new week. Equities are struggling. Hong Kong, Japan, South Korea, and Taiwan fell in Asia Pacific ...
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell sold between $1 million and $5 million worth of stock from his personal account on October 1, 2020, according to disclosure forms reviewed ...
video EURUSD’s recent positive impetus off a 14-month low of 1.1523 is faltering in the vicinity of the 1.1600 handle. The diving simple moving averages (SMAs) are defending the ...
Firms anticipate stronger demand as pandemic conditions improve, according to results from the Business Outlook Survey in the third quarter of 2021. However, many businesses face supply constraints that will limit their sales and put upward pressure on their costs. Together, these demand pressures and supply challenges are driving widespread plans to invest, hire staff and increase prices. The outlook for domestic and foreign sales remains strong. This is especially true for firms providing hard-to-distance services. These businesses expect to benefit from an easing of some COVID‑19 restrictions and the release of pent-up demand. In contrast, firms in other sectors that have been leading the recovery continue to anticipate an increase in sales but at a slower pace. In this context, more firms are facing supply-side challenges. Labour shortages are frequent and have intensified from la tweet at 10:33am: BoC Q3 Business Outlook Survey - indicator hits highest level on record - Supply chain disruptions are more prevalent and have worsened since last quarter. Many businesses anticipate they will persist until the second half of 2022 - Firmsâ€™ inflation expectations moved up further tweet at 10:30am: BOC BOS SURVEY: SUPPLY CHAIN DISRUPTIONS ARE MORE PREVALENT AND HAVE WORSENED SINCE Q2; MANY BUSINESSES ANTICIPATE THEY WILL PERSIST UNTIL H2 2022 #News #Forex #BOC tweet at 10:30am: BOC BOS SURVEY: 45% OF FIRMS EXPECT TOTAL CPI TO BE ABOVE 3% OVER NEXT TWO YEARS; HALF OF THOSE FIRMS SAY DRIVERS OF HIGHER INFLATION ARE TEMPORARY #News #Forex #BOC #INFLATION #CPI
Although the Pound strengthened in early Europe, it has retreated from intra-day highs with GBP/USD unable to hold 1.3750 while GBP/EUR also dipping to 1.1835 from 19-month ...
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