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Old 07-03-2019, 11:50 PM   Nav to Top  #131
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The pressure of easy politics is too heavy; Swedish krona as an exception



More and more currencies fall under the pressure of the "dovish" tone of the world central banks, although the Swedish krona stands out against this background, having strengthened to a 2.5 month high against the euro after the local central bank announced that it plans to tighten the policy by early 2020. However, the focus remains on another currency - the pound - which fell on Tuesday along with the yields of British government bonds. The yield on 10-year securities fell below the main discount rate of the Bank of England for the first time since the 2008 crisis, after the markets interpreted the comments of the Bank of England CEO Mark Carney as dovish. The sterling lost 0.2%, updating its two-week low.



"The two main driving forces today are the yen, which is considered a safe haven, and it has returned to growth, and the pound, which continues to decline," said Colin Asher, senior economist at Mizuho. The yen rose by 0.23% against the dollar and is trading at 107.6 yen, as investors are more skeptical about the possibility of an early end to the trade war, especially given the comments of US President Donald Trump that any transaction should be in favor of the US. Currencies will continue to contain signs that more and more central banks are adjusting to easing monetary policy in order to combat a slowdown in economic growth. The dovish tone of central banks reduces profitability across the board.



The latest figures show that weakness in the manufacturing sector is beginning to spread to the service sector, it is alarming, and it gives the green light to central banks to soften policies. And so far only the Swedish central bank has adhered to a policy of tightening policy by the end of this year or the beginning of next year amid steady inflation and good economic prospects. The Swedish krona has updated a 2.5-month high against the euro and is growing against the dollar.

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Thanks for the analysis and according to UK stock market Trump visits the UK amid domestic confusion and he is trying to marred by domestic indecisiveness and political chaos. Because of Brexit process Britishers have uncertainty but now it is more trustworthy to invest in UK stock market also.
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Philippines Inflation Lowest Since 2017



Philippines inflation reached its lowest level in nearly two years in June, the Philippine Statistics Authority showed Friday.

Consumer price inflation eased to 2.7 percent from 3.2 percent in May. In the same period last year, the rate was 5.2 percent. Inflation was forecast to slow moderately to 2.8 percent.

The June inflation was the weakest since September 2017.

Excluding selected food and energy items, core inflation came in at 3.3 percent in June versus 3.5 percent a month ago.

Food prices advanced at a slower pace of 2.6 percent annually and education cost declined 4.5 percent. Meanwhile, higher rate were registered in the indices of health, recreation and culture, by 3.7 percent and 3.2 percent, respectively.

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China's Forex Reserves Increase In June

China's foreign exchange reserves increased marginally in June, data from the People's Bank of China showed on Monday.

Foreign exchange reserves rose by $18.2 billion to $3.119 trillion at the end of June from $3.101 trillion at the end of May. The forex reserves stayed slightly above the expected level of $3.110 trillion.

The increase was driven by currency conversion rates and higher international financial asset prices in June, the State Administration of Foreign Exchange said after the central bank released data.

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Japan M2 Money Stock Rises 2.3% On Year In June



The M2 money stock in Japan was up 2.3 percent on year in June, the Bank of Japan said on Tuesday - coming in at 1,029.6 trillion yen.

That was shy of expectations for a gain of 2.6 percent, which would have been unchanged from the May reading following a downward revision from 2.7 percent.

The M3 money stock was up an annual 2.0 percent to 1,362.4 trillion yen - again missing forecasts for 2.3 percent, which also would have been unchanged from the previous month.

The L money stock gained an annual 1.7 percent to 1,807.7 trillion yen, slowing from 1.8 percent a month earlier.

For the second quarter of 2019, M2 was up 2.5 percent on year, M3 rose 2.1 percent and L was up 1.8 percent.

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China CPI Steady At 2.7% On Year In June



Consumer prices in China were up 2.7 percent on year in June, the National Bureau of Statistics said on Wednesday - in line with expectations and unchanged from the May reading.

On a monthly basis, consumer prices were down 0.1 percent following the flat reading a month earlier.

The bureau also said that producer prices were flat on year in June. That was shy of expectations for an increase of 0.2 percent and down from 0.6 percent in the previous month.

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The market is waiting for gold at $1500



Gold is now trading near a six-year peak of $1,439 a week ago. A return to $1,400 is unlikely to be a problem, investors are most interested in whether quotes will manage to get to their favorite level of $1,500 and move on. This, in particular, will depend on what the Fed's main figures will say this week. It all starts with Jerome Powell's two-day speech.



Market participants have reduced their appetite for the pace of rate hikes in the United States after the release of strong data on employment, but still believe in a symbolic easing policy. In Powell's words, they will scrupulously look for hints of the prospects for lower rates this month.

The publication of the minutes of the June Fed meeting is significant for gold traders. This document will help them better understand why the officials then decided to postpone the rate cut.

In June, officials removed the word "patience" from their statement, and Powell recently used the phrase "prevention is better than treatment". This suggests that the US central bank is leaning toward preventive policy easing in order to avoid a possible slowdown in the economy.

Judging by the past meetings, the US regulator is known for its discretion. Therefore, it may not postpone the rate cut by 25 bp, which the market relies on so much to follow the situation in the country's economy. It is worth noting that there are traders expecting a decline of 50 bp, but such units.

This week, there will be a whole group of Fed officials and the most interesting one for investors will be the President of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, James Bullard. At the June meeting, he was the only one who did not agree with the decision to leave interest rates unchanged. Bullard compared with other members of the Fed committee holds the most dovish stance.

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Gold will reach $1,500 and move higher, according to Bank of America Merrill Lynch. However, strategists are worried about short-term risks. "The market overestimated the likelihood that the US central bank will lower rates," and if policy easing is postponed, for example, "due to the constructive results of the G20 summit," this will cause a drop in precious metal prices.

The same opinion is shared by UBS. However, they are waiting, gold will end the current year below $1,400, the next one will be close to $1,450, and only then will investors see the coveted mark of $ 1,500.

The National Australia Bank raised its forecast for the price of the yellow metal in 2019 to $1,400 per ounce. Earlier it was about $ 1,380 per ounce.

"We are still expecting two reductions in the US Federal Reserve rates - in July and September. This will support the precious metal," analysts wrote.

Gold is expected to become more attractive in the event of a further decrease in the yield of G7 countries. The demand for precious metals will grow from both long-term investors and short-term speculators. The world's central banks will also show an increased interest in gold.

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What does Powell bring to the dollar?

It seems that the head of the Fed finally convinced the market of a rate cut in the near future. Under the influence of the regulator's dovish mood, the dollar index fell from three-week highs, which it held in recent days. The "minutes" of the Fed were ignored by the market, although it followed that not all central bank officials were ready for policy easing.

Traders preferred to listen to the words of Jerome Powell, who, in their opinion, gave a clear signal for aggressive policy easing. The head of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, James Bullard, also played a role here, stating that a quarter-percent reduction in rates is necessary to keep the US economy from slowing down due to a trade war and amid steadily low inflation.

However, today the United States published a report according to which consumer prices in the country unexpectedly rose in June by 0.1%. Economists were counting zero dynamics of the indicator.

Powell is set to hold another speech on Thursday. It is unlikely that he will add something fundamentally new to what he said yesterday regarding the prospects for policy easing, but anything can happen. If, for example, he more accurately speaks about an immediate rate cut by 0.50%, then the dollar can repeat yesterday's scenario.

The EUR/USD pair will get every chance to go towards the 1.1400 mark. Under other circumstances, there is a risk that quotes would reverse dowards.

The trigger to pull down the main pair could be the publication of the minutes from the ECB's June meeting. However, this did not happen, the euro did not pay attention to the fact that members of the ECB almost unanimously recognized the need to prepare for easing monetary policy in the region.

It seems that Forex is entering a new phase of currency wars. Traders perceive that the US central bank's reduction in rates is a preventive measure modeled on 1995 and 1998, when the regulator acted on the lead and saved the country from recession. The central bank also weakened the policy in 2001 and 2007, when the negative had already begun to show its first sprouts, but in fact everything turned into a recession. The desire to prevent a possible recession is commendable, but not only Fed officials are thinking about it. The European regulator is also ready to cut rates and revive the quantitative easing program. It is worth saying that, perhaps, there are more reasons for the ECB than the Fed. Take, for example, the worsening estimates of GDP and inflation for 2020 and statements by German politicians that the EU needs to seriously tune in to a trade war with the US.

The euro and the dollar are weak and their condition is supported by central banks. Thus, the EUR/USD pair will continue to stay within the consolidation range of 1.12-1.14 indicated at the beginning of July.

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The ECB and the Fed are going to cut rates, while the Bank of England is not yet ready for this, and this could support the pound



The single European currency fails to demonstrate a steady upward trend, despite expectations that the US Federal Reserve System (FRS) will cut interest rates for the first time in ten years.

Derivatives market expects the US central bank to lower the rate in July and September. This is a negative point for the dollar. Why then the euro can not benefit from this?

The fact is that the ECB also does not exclude the possibility of easing monetary policy to stimulate the European economy and inflation in the region.

UBS analysts believe that the regulator will lower the deposit rate twice before the end of this year.

"Most likely, this will happen in September and December, and each time the step size will be 10 basis points. In addition, the ECB may resort to QE, if the outlook for the economy and inflation in the eurozone worsens, downside risks associated with trade policy and geopolitical uncertainty materialize, or the Fed has a weaker monetary policy than expected. We think that at the meeting next week, the ECB will make adjustments to its statements of intent to prepare the markets for the coming changes," they noted.

Thus, it turns into a "vicious circle": both the American and European central banks want to cut rates and lower the rate of their currency. Who will lose: euro or dollar? It is possible that this week will be a draw and the next winner will be the greenback.

Meanwhile, the Bank of England, it seems, is not yet ready to lower interest rates. Moreover, some members of the BoE Monetary Policy Committee are considering the possibility of raising rates in the fall, if after Brexit there is a high increase in consumer prices.

According to a number of analysts, since the ECB and the Fed are setting investors to lower rates, the pound can show good growth in quotes.

"The pound is already trading at crisis levels and will resist further decline. High inflation expectations and inflation, which is close to the Bank of England target, should for the time being keep the central bank from deciding to soften the policy," say Nomura analysts.

"Great Britain's exit from the EU without a deal is a risk, and it will certainly lead to the formation of new lows in sterling, but this will happen only in a few months, and we don't expect the market to lay a high premium for a hard Brexit until Parliament returns to work in September after the summer break," they added.

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GBP/USD: the chances for a "soft" Brexit are rapidly decreasing, the pound has fallen to two-year lows



TheGBP/USD pair slipped to the lowest level since 2017 (to the level of 1.2420).

Several factors are playing against the British currency at once: this is a high probability of the implementation of a "hard" Brexit, and a moderate economic growth in the country, and the fact that the monetary policy of the Bank of England can move to a more "soft" course.

On the eve of the two candidates for prime minister, Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt, stated that even substantial concessions on the part of the European Union on the regulation of the Irish border may not be enough to ratify the "divorce" agreement. This heightened concerns that the new British government's stance on Brexit would be more rigid, which could lead to the breakdown of the London-Brussels talks and the withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the EU on October 31 without a deal.

According to analysts, the dynamics of the GBP/USD pair reflects the general mood of the market in relation to the pound.

In this regard, it is noteworthy that the British currency was unable to use even the positive statistics on the country's labor market today.

According to the National Statistical Office (ONS), the average salary (including premiums) increased by 3.4%, in March-May with an expected growth of 3.1%. At the same time, unemployment remained at the lowest from October-December 1974 - 3.8%.

The employment sector in the country remains one of the few that remains stable despite the constant stress caused by Brexit.

The futures market is already expecting a 50% chance of lowering interest rates by the Bank of England in 2019 due to the risk of Great Britain's chaotic exit from the EU, as the policy outweighed stronger than expected labor market data.

This month, the pound sterling hit a two-year low against the US dollar.

Analysts polled recently by Bloomberg report that the situation may worsen next month. Moreover, this is an established trend: the fall of the pound against the dollar in August has been noted over the past five years.

"In any case, we will have enough cause for concern in August, with the arrival of the new prime minister of Great Britain, as we are approaching October 31," the currency strategists of Royal Bank of Canada believe.

"Since the British Parliament has gone on summer vacation, the deadline for the UK's withdrawal from the EU is inexorably expiring," said MUFG analyst Lee Hardman.

ING Group believes that B. Johnson will become a leader who will not succeed in concluding a new agreement with Brussels. This will increase the likelihood that Great Britain will leave without a deal.

The main message of B. Johnson during the Brexit campaign was that this event would not have a negative impact on the British economy. However, the irony is that the ex-foreign minister may become the prime minister of the country just at the moment when the national economy will fully experience all the Brexit.

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