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06.Dec.21 6:31 AM

Dollar edges off peak as inflation forecast boosts stocks

SYDney, Dec 6 Reuters yields edged off last week's peaks against riskier currencies on Monday as concerns about the Omicron variant seemed to ebb, but an expectation of inflation driving the U.S. interest rates higher kept the greenback firm against the U%.
06.Dec.21 1:04 AM

Hedge funds cut yen shorts by most since Pandemic

Hedge Funds Cut shorts by most since Pandemic on Omicron Since Pandemic, Yen Shorts have been cut by Most. Beasts hedge funds slashed their bearish yen wagers by the most in 20 months last week as the spread of omicron boosted demand for haven assets.
04.Dec.21 9:31 PM

5 views on how dangerous the Fed is on

A small shift in language of Jerome Powell had major consequences for markets last week and has left investors wondering how concerned they should be about the future.
03.Dec.21 9:42 AM

Dollar strengthens ahead of key U.S. job data

The potential for earlier Federal Reserve interest rate hikes strengthened the dollar overnight, but the pandemic uncertainty continued to weigh on the broader forex market, as the potential for early Federal Reserve support rate hikes bolstered the dollar crept up against its more risk-sensitive Australian and New Zealand.
03.Dec.21 9:42 AM

Eurozone business bounces but sees Omicron variant stumble

Reuters business activity accelerated last month but the bounce may be temporary as demand growth weakened and fears about the Omicron coronaviruses variant put a dent in optimism, a survey showed on Friday.
03.Dec.21 6:04 AM

Dollar gains ahead of key U.S. jobs data

Dec 3 Reuters, The dollar went up against its more risk-sensitive Australian and New Zealand counterparts on Friday, ahead of key U.S. jobs data that could clear the path to earlier Federal Reserve interest rate hikes, even as Omicron uncertainties cloud the outlook.
03.Dec.21 5:15 AM

Japan GDP shrinks by 3.1% in third quarter: Reuters

A Reuters poll showed that Japan's economy likely contracted faster than expected in the July-September quarter, as capital spending stalled among companies hit by supply constraints.