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Weekly Economic Outlook, 27-31 March
Market Outlook

Weekly Economic Outlook, 27-31 March

While investors will focus more on banking crises and central banks` measures, speakers in different countries will try to explain the situation in more detail. We will also have the European inflation numbers and the Fed`s favored measure of inflati...

Author:
Ahura Chalki
Published on: 26.03.2023 09:54 (UTC)
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Euro after mixed PMI data!
Analysis

Euro after mixed PMI data!

While the Manufacturing sector still suffers, the service sector growth is strong. According to the data published on Friday, S&P Global's flash rose to 54.1 from 52.0 in February, clearly above the 50 levels, indicating growth and challenging th...

Author:
Ahura Chalki
Published on: 24.03.2023 21:32 (UTC)
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Wall Street reversed yesterday's loss; what next?
Analysis

Wall Street reversed yesterday's loss; what next?

After digesting data and announcements, investors thought long and concluded that we are close to the end of the rate hike cycle and read it as a positive sign to be happy. The question now is, how long can this optimism last?Fed forecast for the ter...

Author:
Ahura Chalki
Published on: 23.03.2023 19:38 (UTC)
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Can the USD Index breach under the 100 Mark?
Analysis

Can the USD Index breach under the 100 Mark?

Policy makers' decision in their last meeting was not hawkish, but it was not dovish as well to help the stock markets as well. More than anything else, it brought a feeling of disappointment for investors.Decision makers in the US Federal Reserve Op...

Author:
Ahura Chalki
Published on: 23.03.2023 14:55 (UTC)
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BoE Preview | March 2023
Analysis

BoE Preview | March 2023

After a 50 bps rate hike in January, while we had some signs of lowering inflation and slower economic growth, some economists supported ending the rate hike cycle. However, Wednesday's published inflation numbers changed the market sentiment, and no...

Author:
Ahura Chalki
Published on: 22.03.2023 19:12 (UTC)
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