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UPDATE 1-Sterling slips to one-month low versus dollar
  + stars: | 2021-06-15 | by ( Elizabeth Howcroft | ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +2 min
Currency markets were generally quiet ahead of the U.S. Federal Reserve meeting, which ends on Wednesday. By 1155 GMT, it was down 0.4% at $1.4044, having touched $1.4035, its lowest in one month. “Sterling’s bearish bias has been in place over the past week or so as it toyed with breaking below 1.41 against the dollar,” he said. Sterling rallied at the start of the year, boosted by the UK being initially ahead of its peers in rolling out COVID-19 vaccines. Juckes also said he was bullish on the pound versus the dollar, but that it would take substantial news to push the pair significantly higher.
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UPDATE 2-Sterling slips to one-month low versus dollar
  + stars: | 2021-06-15 | by ( Elizabeth Howcroft | ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +2 min
Currency markets were generally quiet before the U.S. Federal Reserve meeting, which ends on Wednesday. But the pound slid gradually during the morning session, reaching as low as $1.4035 at 1149 GMT - its lowest in one month. “Sterling’s bearish bias has been in place over the past week or so as it toyed with breaking below 1.41 against the dollar,” he said. Sterling rallied at the start of the year, boosted by Britain’s early start to its COVID-19 vaccine roll-out. Juckes also said he was bullish on the pound versus the dollar, but that it would take substantial news to push the pair significantly higher.
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Yet April’s surprisingly strong U.S. inflation print spooked some, leading to a cautious run into the May numbers later on Thursday in case of another upside surprise. Ahead of both key events, market sentiment remained subdued with MSCI’s broadest gauge of global stocks flat at 715.77 points, just off a record high of 718.19 hit last week. U.S. stock futures pointed to a mixed open on Wall Street, with the S&P called flat and Nasdaq down 0.3%. Ankit Gheedia, BNP Paribas’ head of equity and derivative strategy for Europe, said he expected inflation to pick up “sharply” in the coming months. So we think there will be higher inflation during summer,” although stock volatility would likely remain low in the coming days, absent a shock on inflation.
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Consumer prices keep on rising. Where does it end?
  + stars: | 2021-06-10 | by ( Julia Horowitz | Cnn Business | ) edition.cnn.com + 0.00   time to read: +6 min
You can sign up right hereLondon (CNN Business) From lumber and steel to paint and burrito bowls at Chipotle, prices are rising almost everywhere you look . What's happening: Wall Street is training its attention on the Consumer Price Index for May, which arrives on Thursday. The report is expected to show that prices excluding food and energy continued to notch strong gains last month, rising 3.4% over the previous year. Including food and energy, economists believe consumer prices leaped 4.7% in the past 12 months. The European Central Bank, which met Thursday in Frankfurt, did not change its policy, issuing a statement that was essentially unchanged from its decision in April.
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FOREX-Dollar teeters as inflation test looms
  + stars: | 2021-06-09 | by ( Tom Westbrook | ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +5 min
Some think tapering could be hastened, and the dollar boosted, if U.S. inflation runs hotter than the 0.4% monthly clip that economists expect. For the ECB, the focus is on any signs of an imminent slowdown to its bond buying programme. Both are due on Thursday and the anticipation has all but killed volatility in major currencies, as traders assume a wait-and-see stance. Canadian dollar traders were also on edge ahead of a central bank meeting on Wednesday. However, the week's major focus is on inflation, and the ECB and traders see both events bringing risks on all sides.
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Dollar teeters as inflation test looms
  + stars: | 2021-06-09 | by ( Tom Westbrook | ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +4 min
The dollar clung to a small bounce on Wednesday as traders looked to upcoming U.S. inflation data and a European Central Bank (ECB) meeting to gauge the global recovery and policymakers' thinking. Some think tapering could be hastened, and the dollar boosted, if U.S. inflation runs hotter than the 0.4% monthly clip that economists expect. The euro was steady at $1.2174 early in the Asia session, while the dollar held firm at 109.42 Japanese yen . Canadian dollar traders were also on edge ahead of a central bank meeting on Wednesday. However, the week's major focus is on inflation, and the ECB and traders see both events bringing risks on all sides.
Persons: Kit Juckes, Sterling, Joe Capurso, Capurso Organizations: European Central Bank, ECB, Deutsche, U.S, Generale, New, BOC, CPI, Commonwealth Bank of Australia, U.S . Senate, Thomson Locations: Asia, New Zealand, Britain, China, Tokyo
Dollar shuffles higher, shares bask near peaks
  + stars: | 2021-06-08 | by ( Marc Jones | ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +4 min
MSCI's 50-country world index (.MIWD00000PUS) was flush to its latest record high and Wall Street futures were steady after its tech titans shrugged off global plans to tax them more over the weekend. The U.S. dollar looked to have found some support again having been sapped by last week's softer-than-expected payrolls data. "More so after U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen's comment that higher U.S. interest rates would be good for the economy." The British government had planned to lift almost all remaining restrictions but has seen case numbers start to rise again over the last couple of weeks. Australia's S&P/ASX 200 (.AXJO) was the only major index remaining in positive territory, closing up 0.15%.
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An employee of the Korea Exchange Bank counts one hundred U.S. dollar notes during a photo opportunity at the bank's headquarters in Seoul April 28, 2010. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak/File PhotoThe dollar stabilised on Monday after dropping on Friday following lower-than-expected U.S. jobs data, and currency markets broadly lacked momentum as investors looked ahead to key inflation data later this week. The Australian dollar, which is seen as a proxy for risk appetite, was up 0.2% versus the U.S. dollar at 0.77535 . Market participants were focused on U.S. inflation data and the European Central Bank meeting, both on Thursday. Speculators decreased their net short dollar positions in the latest week, according to calculations by Reuters and U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission data released on Friday.
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Dollar dips slightly as investors wait on the sidelines
  + stars: | 2021-06-07 | by ( Sinéad Carew | ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +3 min
NEW YORK (Reuters) - The dollar edged lower on Monday as investors looked ahead to European and U.S. central bank meetings and U.S. inflation data after Friday’s lower-than-expected jobs data. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak/File PhotoFriday’s U.S. jobs data had put pressure on the dollar as investors bet that jobs growth was not strong enough to raise expectations for the U.S. Federal Reserve to tighten its monetary policy. {.N]The dollar index was down 0.1% while the euro was up slightly against the dollar, at $1.2177 . While Rai said there was “some risk the dollar will rally” he noted that investors are waiting for Federal Reserve’s meeting next week. Speculators decreased their net short dollar positions in the latest week, according to calculations by Reuters and U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission data released on Friday.
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Dollar doldrums are back as inflation worries heat up
  + stars: | 2021-06-07 | by ( Paul R. La Monica | Cnn Business | ) edition.cnn.com + 0.00   time to read: +3 min
Fears of rising inflation are taking a bite out of the dollar, as are expectations that the Federal Reserve will keep interest rates near zero for the foreseeable future despite inflation concerns. A weaker dollar could be bad news for any American looking to travel abroad anytime soon as well as US consumers looking to buy exported goods, which become more expensive as the dollar falls. SPDR Portfolio Emerging Markets ETF SPEM Companies in emerging markets, especially China, stand to gain from a weak dollar too. It seems that he'd rather let inflation pick up a little steam, even if it hurts the dollar. "Policy remains easy, for now, and that has delivered a weaker dollar."
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FILE PHOTO: A Japan Yen note is seen in this illustration photo taken June 1, 2017. REUTERS/Thomas White/IllustrationFactors at home and abroad have conspired to drive a 6% slide in the yen against the U.S. dollar this year. “The divergence in monetary policy can explain some degree of yen weakness, but not this level,” said Tohru Sasaki, JPMorgan’s Tokyo-based head of Japan market research. Yamada reckons the yen could go as far as 115 per dollar, and end the year at 113. “BOJ will be the laggard, and probably the biggest laggard, so I think that’s in investors’ minds,” he said.
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Factors at home and abroad have conspired to drive a 6% slide in the yen against the U.S. dollar this year. read moreJapan has also been slower than most countries in getting its population vaccinated for COVID-19 and returning to normalcy. "The divergence in monetary policy can explain some degree of yen weakness, but not this level," said Tohru Sasaki, JPMorgan's Tokyo-based head of Japan market research. Yamada reckons the yen could go as far as 115 per dollar, and end the year at 113. "BOJ will be the laggard, and probably the biggest laggard, so I think that’s in investors' minds," he said.
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The boom in crypto shouldn't dissuade investors from owning traditional assets like gold, Societe Generale's Kit Juckes said. "Money is based on confidence and trust, and I don't think you can invent a token today and have it catch up with thousands of years of built up trust [in gold]," Juckes added. If enough people think that it's really easy to make money, then what's in trouble is [your] money," he said. Big players move inThe recent plunge has revealed another clear truth: institutional money has moved in. "However, such a considerable crash seems to have spooked some institutional investors who are now exiting their Bitcoin positions favoring gold, whose price is relatively more stable."
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The dollar index is at 89.795, just a fraction above a three-month low of 89.686 struck before the Fed minutes were published. The index, which measures the greenback against six major currencies, is down about 0.6% for the week so far. Against the yen the dollar was steady in Asia on Friday at 108.84, having dropped about 0.5% on the week. Elsewhere among major currencies, moves were slight as traders awaited retail sales data in Australia and Purchasing Managers' Index figures across Europe. Analysts said retail sales figures, as well as May PMIs later on Friday might deliver a further boost.
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Dollar heads for weekly loss as traders shrug off taper talk
  + stars: | 2021-05-21 | by ( ) www.cnbc.com + 0.00   time to read: +3 min
The dollar was pinned near milestone lows on Friday, and headed for a weekly loss, as traders' initial concerns at taper talk in Federal Reserve minutes ebbed — with actual tapering seeming distant — while pandemic recovery boosted other currencies. The dollar index is at 89.795, just a fraction above a three-month low of 89.686 struck before the Fed minutes were published. The index, which measures the greenback against six major currencies, is down about 0.6% for the week so far. Against the yen the dollar was steady in Asia on Friday at 108.84, having dropped about 0.5% on the week. Elsewhere among major currencies, moves were slight as traders awaited retail sales data in Australia and Purchasing Managers' Index figures across Europe.
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Beware the Fed's asset price 'monsters'
  + stars: | 2021-05-20 | by ( Charles Riley | Cnn Business | ) edition.cnn.com + 0.00   time to read: +7 min
A version of this story first appeared in CNN Business' Before the Bell newsletter. The gentlest of warnings from the central bank helped send stocks to a third straight day of losses. The CNN Business Fear & Greed Index is now solidly in the "fear" zone, a major shift from a month ago when greed dominated. According to Juckes, the US central bank is treading carefully out of fear. "The Fed is terrified of the asset price monsters that its policies have given birth to," he said.
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Savvy investors can look to the emerging markets for investment opportunities, Juckes said. It's more likely that we'll end up thinking about this as a savage interruption to a cycle rather than the end of a cycle and the start of a new one in the global economy," he told Insider. As the pandemic unfolded and death rates piled up, the global economy all but ground to a halt. "Once we get to solving [the problem of] vaccinating 1.4 billion people, [or] 1 in 6 people in India, then the global economy will follow," he said. Emerging markets, such as central and eastern Europe and Latin America, have offered signs of hope, but there is still evidence of beleaguered economies continuing to struggle.
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Inflation-wary traders test dollar 2021 lows ahead of Fed
  + stars: | 2021-05-19 | by ( Julien Ponthus | ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +4 min
FILE PHOTO: Four thousand U.S. dollars are counted out by a banker counting currency at a bank in Westminster, Colorado November 3, 2009. The British pound eased 0.3% against the dollar to $1.4165 but had reached one of its highest levels of the year earlier in the session at $1.4200. The euro, which hit its highest against the dollar since the beginning of January at $1.2223 earlier, retreated back to $1.2197. In the Southern Hemisphere, the selling pressure on commodities weighed on the Australian and New Zealand dollars, which both retreated sharply about 0.7% against the dollar. Bitcoin briefly dropped to a three-month low of $36,250 and breached key technical levels while abandoning the closely watched $40,000 mark.
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Have Americans forgotten the ghosts of inflation past?
  + stars: | 2021-05-19 | by ( Charles Riley | Cnn Business | ) edition.cnn.com + 0.00   time to read: +7 min
You can sign up right hereLondon (CNN Business) Inflation is not something we're used to worrying about. In fact, the only Americans with real memories of runaway inflation and its effect on household finances are likely to be those over the age of 60. The Federal Reserve finally got inflation under control when former Chair Paul Volcker constricted the money supply and sent interest rates higher. The latest: Consumer price inflation doubled in the United Kingdom from 0.7% in March to 1.5% in April, according to data released Wednesday. The annual inflation rate in the European Union was 2% in April, up from 1.7% in March.
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The bounce, extending a late recovery in the prior session, interrupted a three-day rout for stocks globally, amid market jitters over accelerating U.S. inflation. “From 2004 to 2008 the Fed raised rates from 1 to 5.25 percent. “Stocks with more attractive valuations and slower growth will do well in a higher interest rate environment. “Either the U.S. inflation uptick is temporary or the Fed is dangerously complacent. Either way, we’re going to see tolerance of higher inflation tested further in the months ahead.”BITCOIN BOUNCEGold extended gains to trade up 0.5% at $1,834 an ounce, helped by the pullback in the dollar.
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European stocks set for worst week since Feb on inflation anxiety
  + stars: | 2021-05-14 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: +2 min
(Reuters) -European stocks edged higher on Friday, but were on course for their biggest weekly drop since February-end as investors maintained a cautious stance amid U.S. inflation scare. FILE PHOTO: The German share price index DAX graph is pictured at the stock exchange in Frankfurt, Germany, May 11, 2021.REUTERS/StaffThe pan-European STOXX 600 index rose 0.3%, with banks and retail stocks leading the gains. “Either the U.S. inflation uptick is temporary, or the Fed is dangerously complacent. Bank of America’s weekly fund flow statistics showed that investors pulled out of tech equity funds and loaded up on inflation protection in the week ended May 12. Among individual stocks, Italy’s Banco BPM rose 2.4% after Deutsche Bank upgraded the stock to “buy”, saying the lender’s “speculative appeal” could increase in the next few months.
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REUTERS/Toby MelvilleThe bounce, extending a late recovery in the prior session, interrupted a three-day rout for stocks globally, amid market jitters over accelerating U.S. inflation. “From 2004 to 2008 the Fed raised rates from 1 to 5.25 percent. “Stocks with more attractive valuations and slower growth will do well in a higher interest rate environment. “Either the US inflation uptick is temporary, or the Fed is dangerously complacent. Either way, we’re going to see tolerance of higher inflation tested further in the months ahead.”BITCOIN BOUNCEGold extended gains to trade up 0.5% at $1,834 an ounce, helped by the pullback in the dollar.
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Fuel Prices Rise After Oil Pipeline Is Hacked: Live Business Updates
  + stars: | 2021-05-10 | by ( Eshe Nelson | ) www.nytimes.com + 0.00   time to read: +11 min
Live Fuel Prices Rise After Oil Pipeline Is Hacked: Live Business UpdatesGasoline and oil prices rise as a U.S. pipeline remains shut after cyberattack. Colonial Pipeline fuel tanks in Woodbridge, N.J. “However, a prolonged shutdown (5 days or longer) is likely to send gasoline prices higher, which already trade close to a 7-year high.” Oil prices also rose. Colonial Pipeline fuel tanks in Maryland. Colonial Pipeline, which is privately held, would not say whether it had paid a ransom.
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Live Chipotle to Increase Wages as Demand for Workers Rises: Live Business Updates RIGHT NOW Teen Vogue has a new top editor. Teen Vogue has a new top editor. Versha Sharma is leaving NowThis to be the next editor in chief of Teen Vogue. Credit... Brandon O’Neal The last person hired as the top editor of Teen Vogue resigned before her start date. She apologized again after they were resurfaced in March and resigned from the Teen Vogue job before her first scheduled day.
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Live Attacked Pipeline Hopes to Resume Most Operations by End of Week: Live Updates RIGHT NOW The Biden administration will begin disbursing $350 billion in state and local aid this month. S&P 500 - % Dow - % Nasdaq - %Pipeline that was hit by a cyberattack hopes to restore most operations by end of the week. Oil and gas prices, which had jumped earlier on Monday, came off their highs of the day after Colonial’s statement. According to federal children’s privacy rules, companies must ask parents for permission to collect data on users younger than 13. A children’s version of Instagram doesn’t fill a need beyond the company’s commercial ambitions, the officials said in the letter.
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