JGBs narrowly mixed in subdued trade; developments in U.S. Treasuries in focus

Nov 14, 2017 03:55 am UTC| Commentary Economy

Japanese government bonds traded narrowly mixed in quiet trading session as investors remained focused on the recent developments in the U.S. Treasury yields, although the big movements were limited as Nikkei 225 continued...

Australian bonds slump following weakness in U.S. Treasuries; two-year yields hit 9-year high

Nov 14, 2017 03:09 am UTC| Economy Commentary

Australian government bonds slumpedTuesdayfollowing weakness in the U.S. Treasuries after U.S. Treasury two-year note yields touched a fresh nine-year high as investors priced in an interest rate hike of 25 basis points by...

Global Geo-political Series: U.S. commerce department announces final CVD on biodiesel from Argentina and Indonesia

Nov 13, 2017 12:10 pm UTC| Commentary Economy

Under the Trump administration, the U.S. commerce department, under the guidance of Secretary Wilbur Ross continues to take a tough stance on countries that have used unfair means to promote exports. On Friday night,...

U.S. Treasuries climb on worries over possible tax-reform plan; Fed Chair Yellen’s speech in focus

Nov 13, 2017 11:00 am UTC| Commentary Economy

The U.S. Treasuries climbed Monday on worries over the countrys delayed tax reform plan until at least 2019. Also, investors are awaiting the Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellens speech, scheduled to be held on November 14...

Robust economy justifies gentle ECB tapering, growth seen slower to 1.5 pct in 2019: Capital Economics

Nov 13, 2017 10:25 am UTC| Commentary Economy

The eurozones economic outlook appears bright despite renewed political uncertainty. The long period of healthy growth has yet to cause meaningful inflationary pressure. But the ECB will feel justified in easing its foot...

Mexico GDP likely to fall by 0.45 bp in event of NAFTA breakup, says Barclays Research

Nov 13, 2017 08:29 am UTC| Commentary Economy

Mexicos gross domestic product (GDP) is expected to fall by 0.45 basis point in the event of a NAFTA breakup, a possibility that has been discussed in the media recently. Long-term growth would likely decline to 2.0...

Euro likely to rise to 1.26 against U.S. dollar by December 2019, says Citi Bank

Nov 13, 2017 05:48 am UTC| Commentary Economy

The euro is expected to rise to 1.26 level against the greenback by December 2019, according to a recent report from Citi Bank. The 1.05-1.15 range pertaining from May 2015 to June 2017 now becomes a triple bottom,...

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New Zealand bonds close narrowly mixed ahead of GDT auction

New Zealand bonds closed narrowly mixed on Tuesday as investors awaited Global Dairy Trade (GDT) auction scheduled to be held today. At the time of closing, the yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury note, which moves...

JGBs trade tad higher in quiet session ahead of Thanksgiving Day

Japanese bonds traded a tad higher on Tuesday as investors remained sidelined in any major deal ahead of the Thanksgiving Day holiday. The similar trend has been observed in the U.S. Treasuries, which saw a downward...

Australian bond yields remain little higher as RBA meeting minutes provide no surprises

Australian government bonds remained little loweron Tuesdayas the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) November monetary policy meeting minutes provided no surprises to the market. The yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury...

U.S. Treasuries gain in muted trading session; eyes on Fed Chair Yellen’s speech

The U.S. Treasuries slightly gained Monday as investors remained sidelined in any major trading activity amid a silent session that witnessed data of little economic significance. Participants are now waiting to watch the...

EUR/USD likely to appreciate gradually towards 1.25-1.26 by end of 2018, says Credit Agricole CIB

The EUR/USD currency pair is expected to gradually appreciate towards the 1.25-1.26 level by the end of 2018, according to a recent report by Credit Agricole CIB. That said, risks for the pair remain tilted to the upside...


Why PR agencies and their spin should be the subject of greater scrutiny

It was one of the biggest and best-known British PR agencies around. So when Bell Pottinger came crashing down earlier this year, you could be forgiven for wondering why it hadnt prepared a better crisis strategy to deal...

Kuwait's economic interest in mediating the Qatar-Gulf crisis

A blockade against Qatar by its Gulf neighbours is now in its fifth month. Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Egypt and the United Arab Emirates severed socio-economic ties with Qatar as punishment for its alleged support of terrorism...

Xi Jinping sets out plans to make China great again

In 1793, in his letter to Britains King George III, Chinas Qianlong emperor rejected all the British requests to improve the state of trade between England and China. After all, the Middle Kingdom possesses all things in...

Terrorist leaders in the Philippines are dead – will democracy be restored?

For almost five months, 21 million people in the southern Philippines have been living under martial law. Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte declared martial law in the province of Mindanao in May in response to...

Why the new banking laws won’t be the slam dunk the government is expecting

The federal government is set to enact new laws covering Australian banks, senior executives and directors. Called the Banking Executive Accountability Regime (BEAR), it imposes new legal obligations on banks and their...


Cancer Patient Injected With Vaccine For The First Time

Cancer is one of the last remaining major illnesses that still does not have a vaccine, but human trials have finally begun to change all this. Moderna Therapeutics just injected a patient with a cancer vaccine for the...

New Zealand’s Plan To Weaponize CRISPR To Annihilate Pests Sparks Debate In Scientific Community

Its always the same story. Governments want to use science as a weapon of mass destruction, certain members of the scientific community speak up about the potential consequences, and the debates ensue. In the case of New...

Scientists Achieved Real-Time Gene Editing In Live Human Subject For The First Time

Gene editing is considered by many as the future of medicine. The potential uses attributed to the field range from curing all kinds of diseases to making humans practically invulnerable. For the first time, scientists...

Scientist Proves Brain Implant Can Improve Memory By 30%

These days, one of the hottest topics in the tech and medical industries is the matter of cybernetics or merging man with machine. A scientist has recently advanced this field by demonstrating how a brain implant can...

FDA Approves New Smart Pill, Raises Concerns Of U.S. Government Spying

For the most part, developing new medical technologies is a huge benefit to people. Take for instance the smart pill that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) just approved, which is meant to monitor if patients are...


EA Scrambles To Fix Need For Speed Loot Boxes In Light Of Battlefront II Outrage

In a way, its almost admirable how Electric Arts (EA) believed it could push a pay-to-win (P2W) system in a full-priced game worth $60 like Star Wars Battlefront II and gamers would not mind. Unfortunately for the...

DJI Offers $30K In Bug Bounty Program Then Threatens To Sue Cybersecurity Researcher

Bug bounty programs have become common in the tech industry, with companies offering money to white hat hackers who will then find security problems for them. DJI did the same thing in August, which resulted in a security...

Samsung Galaxy X Foldable Phone Gets Official Support Page

Not a lot of U.S. consumers might know this, but Samsung also has its own smartphone offering with the letter X on it. Its the Galaxy X and it has been the subject of rumors for years. Thanks to the addition of a support...

Tesla Roadster 2.0 Goes 0-60Mphs In 1.9 Seconds And Might Fly

Last week, Elon Musk got on stage to showcase his new electric semi and the new version of the companys Roadster. The CEO rattled specs that elicited screams of excitement from the audience, including acceleration of...

Apple’s Female Diversity Chief Resigning Following Outrage Over ‘Blue-Eyed, Blond Men’ Comment

Last week, news broke out that the female diversity chief of Apple, Denise Young Smith was resigning after the backlash she received following certain unfortunate remarks she made in October. This is a surprising turn of...
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November 20 20:00 UTC Released

BRCAGED Net Payroll Jobs*


77 k



77 k

November 20 13:00 UTC Released

RURetail Sales YY


3.0 %


3.9 %


3.1 %

November 21 13:55 UTC 456456m

USRedbook MM




-1.2 %

November 21 13:55 UTC 456456m

USRedbook YY




2.3 %

November 22 12:00 UTC 17811781m

USMBA Mortgage Applications




3.1 %

November 22 12:00 UTC 17811781m

USMortgage Market Index




401.7 Bln EUR

November 22 13:30 UTC 18711871m

USJobless Claims 4-Wk Avg




237.75 k

November 22 13:30 UTC 18711871m

USInitial Jobless Claims



240 k


249 k

November 22 13:30 UTC 18711871m

USContinued Jobless Claims



1.882 Mln


1.860 Mln

November 22 14:30 UTC 19311931m

BRForeign Exchange Flows*




-3.412 Bln USD


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