EURUSD

Euro / US Dollar
19:59:46
1.13107 %-0.26
H:0.0000 L:0.0000

AUDUSD

Australian Dollar / US Dollar
19:59:45
0.71014 %-1.01
H:0.0000 L:0.0000

XAUUSD

Gold / Euro
09:27:09
1797.635 %0.04
H:0.0000 L:0.0000

#US_30

DOW JONES 30
09:27:08
34329.65 %0.05
H:0.0000 L:0.0000

EURUSD

Euro / US Dollar
19:59:46
1.13107 %-0.26
H:0.0000 L:0.0000

GBPUSD

British Pound / US Dollar
19:59:46
1.34478 %-0.75
H:0.0000 L:0.0000

USDCAD

US Dollar / Canadian Dollar
19:59:43
1.2687 %0.9
H:0.0000 L:0.0000

XAUEUR

Gold / US Dollar
17:28:57
1647.533 %1.02
H:0.0000 L:0.0000

#GER_30

DAX Index
09:27:00
15462.75 %0.38
H:0.0000 L:0.0000

GBPUSD

British Pound / US Dollar
19:59:46
1.34478 %-0.75
H:0.0000 L:0.0000

USDCHF

US Dollar / Swiss Franc
19:59:44
0.91448 %0.23
H:0.0000 L:0.0000

AUDCAD

Australian Dollar / Cnd. Dollar
19:59:46
0.90096 %-0.12
H:0.0000 L:0.0000

XPTUSD

Platinum / US Dollar
09:27:09
1029.054 %0.48
H:0.0000 L:0.0000

#FRA_40

CAC 40 Index
22:59:58
6994.96 %0.44
H:0.0000 L:0.0000

USDCHF

US Dollar / Swiss Franc
19:59:44
0.91448 %0.23
H:0.0000 L:0.0000

USDJPY

US Dollar / Japanese Yen
19:59:41
113.819 %0.15
H:0.0000 L:0.0000

NZDUSD

New Zealand Dollar / US Dollar
19:59:43
0.66691 %-0.64
H:0.0000 L:0.0000

XPDUSD

Palladium / US Dollar
09:27:08
2333.801 %-1.61
H:0.0000 L:0.0000

#SPX500

S&P 500 Index
09:27:06
4353.95 %0.15
H:0.0000 L:0.0000

USDJPY

US Dollar / Japanese Yen
19:59:41
113.819 %0.15
H:0.0000 L:0.0000

EURGBP

Euro / British Pound
19:48:50
0.84136 %0.63
H:0.0000 L:0.0000

EURNZD

Euro / New Zealand Dollar
19:59:44
1.6958 %0.45
H:0.0000 L:0.0000

XAGUSD

Silver / US Dollar
09:27:06
22.751 %0
H:0.0000 L:0.0000

#GBR_100

UK 100 & Cash Index
09:27:02
7575.2 %0.45
H:0.0000 L:0.0000

EURGBP

Euro / British Pound
19:48:50
0.84136 %0.63
H:0.0000 L:0.0000

EURJPY

Euro / Japanese Yen
19:59:44
128.744 %-0.15
H:0.0000 L:0.0000

CHFJPY

Swiss Franc / Japanese Yen
19:59:41
124.46 %-0.03
H:0.0000 L:0.0000

XAGEUR

Silver / Euro
17:28:57
23.1252 %1.35
H:0.0000 L:0.0000

#NAS100

Nasdaq 100
09:27:08
14169.8 %0.42
H:0.0000 L:0.0000

EURJPY

Euro / Japanese Yen
19:59:44
128.744 %-0.15
H:0.0000 L:0.0000


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Hawkish Fed expectations continue to weigh on sentiment

28.01.2022

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27.01.2022

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26.01.2022

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25.01.2022

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24.01.2022

commodity commodity

Steel Hits 13-week High

Steel increased to a 13-week high of 4799 CNY/T
Australia Stock Market

ASX Jumps 2%, Set for Worst Month Since March 2020

The S&P/ASX 200 Index jumped 2.19% to close at 6,988 on Friday, as investors scooped up battered stocks after the benchmark index entered correction territory in the previous session, while heavy selling in gold stocks weighed on the market. The Australian index was also on track to lose more than 6% in January, its worst month since March 2020 as equities came under pressure from impending policy tightening measures by the US Federal Reserve. The Reserve Bank of Australia is also expected to end its bond-buying program at its Feb. 1 meeting, while a rate hike remains uncertain. Heavyweight miners, healthcare and retail firms led the rebound, with gains from BHP Group (12.7%), Rio Tinto (4%), CSL Ltd (3.2%), Cochlear Ltd (1.9%) and Wesfarmers (4.2%). Meanwhile, gold miners slumped as precious metals sold off overnight, with losses from Newcrest Mining (-6.4%) and Northern Star (-1.3%).
United States Currency

Dollar Sits High as Rate Hikes Loom

The dollar index held its advance to above 97 on Friday after gaining more than 1% in the past two sessions, hovering levels last seen in July 2020 as the Federal Reserve indicated on Wednesday that it would likely hike interest rates in March and begin reducing its balance sheet soon after. Investors are pricing in as many as five rate increases this year, but felt that the Fed fell short in providing much needed guidance on the timing and magnitude of the shift in policy. The greenback was also lifted by stronger-than-expected US Q4 GDP growth which bolstered a more aggressive policy tightening by the Fed. Moreover, the benchmark 10-year US yield jumped back above 1.8% after the Fed announcement, providing additional support to the dollar. The dollar index was set to end the week about 1.6% higher, its biggest weekly gain since June 2021.
Commodity Commodity

Gold Languishes on Hawkish Fed Stance

Gold prices held their decline to around $1,800 an ounce on Friday after falling nearly 3% in the past two sessions, as the dollar and Treasury yields jumped following hawkish updates from the Federal Reserve meeting. The US central bank indicated on Wednesday that it would likely hike interest rates in March and begin reducing its balance sheet soon after. Investors are pricing in as many as five rate increases this year, but felt that the Fed fell short in providing much needed guidance on the timing and magnitude of the shift in policy. The dollar has since soared to highs last seen in July 2020, while the 10-year US yield bounced back above 1.8% following the Fed update. Gold prices were on track to end the week 2% lower, nearly wiping out the gains from the past two weeks.
Netherlands Business Confidence

Dutch Business Mood Drops to 8-Month Low

The Netherlands' business confidence indicator fell to an eighth-month low of 9.0 in January 2020 from 10.2 a month earlier.
Singapore Producer Prices Change

Singapore Producer Prices Rise the Least in 3 Months

The Domestic Supply Price Index in Singapore increased 22 percent from a year earlier in December 2021, easing from an upwardly revised 26.1 percent surge in the previous month. It was the lowest producer price inflation since September, as prices of mineral fuels increased much less (52.2% vs 80.5% in November), while those of crude materials excluded fuels continued to rise (14.0% vs 13.6%). Also, prices advanced softer for both animal & vegetable oils (40.7% vs 48.9%) and chemicals (13.3% vs 14.9%). On the other hand, prices advanced further for manufactured goods (14.8% vs 14.5%), machinery & transport (14.8% vs 12.0%), miscellaneous manufactured (4.8% vs 2.9%), and beverages & tobacco (2.9% vs 1.6%), food & live animals (5.6% vs 4.4%).
Commodity Commodity

Brent Heads for Sixth Weekly Gain

Brent crude futures held near $90 per barrel on Friday after retreating from a 7-year high of $91.04 in the previous session, but were still set for their sixth weekly gain as supply tightness and a policy of moderate output increases from major producers kept oil prices elevated. OPEC+ is scheduled to meet on Feb. 2 and is widely expected to stick with a planned 400,000 bpd production increase for March. Oil prices have also gained about 15% since the start of the year as geopolitical tensions in Eastern Europe involving Russia, the second-largest oil producer and a key natural gas provider to Europe, and in the Middle East stoked fears of supply disruptions. On the demand side, China’s crude oil imports could rebound by 6-7% this year as buyers step up purchases for new refining units and to replenish low inventories, according to a Reuters report.
Commodity Commodity

Oil Set for Sixth Weekly Gain

WTI crude futures held near $87 per barrel on Friday after retreating from a 7-year high of $88.54 in the previous session, but were still set for their sixth weekly gain as supply tightness and a policy of moderate output increases from major producers kept oil prices elevated. OPEC+ is scheduled to meet on Feb. 2 and is widely expected to stick with a planned 400,000 bpd production increase for March. Oil prices have also gained about 15% since the start of the year as geopolitical tensions in Eastern Europe involving Russia, the second-largest oil producer and a key natural gas provider to Europe, and in the Middle East stoked fears of supply disruptions. On the demand side, China’s crude oil imports could rebound by 6-7% this year as buyers step up purchases for new refining units and to replenish low inventories, according to a Reuters report.
India Stock Market

Sensex Rebounds But Heads for Weekly Losses

The BSE Sensex jumped 754 points or 1.31% to 57,969 in early trade on Friday following a noticeable retreat in the prior session, amid gains in energy and banking stocks. Shares of Bharti Airtel surged 1.8% after the company said Alphabet Inc's Google would invest up to USD 1 billion in the telecom operator. Risk appetite was mainly lifted by upbeat latest US economic data. The world’s largest economy expanded at an annualized rate of 6.9% in Q4, beating market estimates of a 5.5% rise; while US weekly jobless claims fell for the first time in a month, suggesting the impact of the Omicron variant on the labor market is starting to recede. For the week, however, th index is heading for a 1.8% slump, dragged down by the prospect of a more hawkish Federal Reserve, mixed corporate earnings, and geopolitical unrest in Ukraine.
India Government Bond 10Y

India 10Y Bond Yield Hits 25-month High

India 10 Year Government Bond Yeld increased to a 25-month high of 6.752%, tracking a general rise in global bond yields after the Federal Reserve set a more hawkish tone in its last meeting and signaled rate hikes from March. In India, the central bank (RBI) kept the interest rate at a record low of 4% last month and pledged to maintain an accommodative stance to support economic recovery. Meanwhile, investors await India’s budget due next week and the outcome of RBI’s monetary policy committee meeting scheduled from February 7th to 9th.

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1.1311
-0.0029
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-0.198
113.819
113.829
0.167
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