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Dollar buying rekindled, with President Bullard’s remarks

Fed President Bullard St. Louis said the FED should prepare for policy adjustments if necessary, with the first rate hike in late 2022. Yields on 10-year US Treasury bonds rose from around 1.48% to around 1.52% in response to references to early rate hikes. The dollar buying movement is spreading again. The USDCHF was cut …

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US financial authorities start preliminary discussions on bond purchase tapering-at FOMC

US financial officials may begin preliminary discussions on the tapering of bond purchases at the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) meeting on the 15th and 16th. Officials such as the Federal Reserve Board of Governance (FRB) Chairman Powell are likely to be months away in that direction, but Wall Street and Congress, which have become …

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Abolition of regulations on corona measures due to expansion of British Indian mutant strains Postponed for about 1 month

The British government has announced that it will postpone plans to almost remove regulations on measures against the new coronavirus for about a month, saying that infection with the mutant virus confirmed in India is spreading rapidly in the country. In the United Kingdom, the regulations that have been continued as a countermeasure against the …

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Closed for Boxing Day

Boxing Day-related holidays are scattered today. Oceania markets such as Australia and New Zealand are closed. After this, the UK and Canada will be closed. (Source: Minkabu) Currently, it seems that there is a temporary buying of USD,Many countries are closed, and price movements are expected to stagnate. However, be aware that there is a …

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Tonight’s attention is US employment statistics

November Number of new employees: 836,000 last time, expected 20 million November Unemployment rate Last time 8.9% Forecast 8.9% November Changes in the number of non-farm payrolls [month-on-month] Last time 638,000 people Expected 469,000 people November Unemployment rate Last time 6.9% Forecast 6.8% November Average hourly wage [Monthly month] Last time 0.1% Expected 0.1% November …

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UK-EU negotiations are clogged

position only. The GBP plummeted at the statement of Michel Barnier, who is in charge of Brexit negotiations. GBUSD buying is a stopout. Consider selling new GBPNZD. 〇 UK-EU negotiations are clogged Michel Barnier, the EU’s head of Brexit negotiations, told the EU envoy that discussions were stalled on three major issues: fishing, governance and …

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Moderna and Pfizer vaccines can be started before Christmas

Following Pfizer, US Moderna has applied to the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for an emergency use permit (EUA) for the new corona vaccine under development. According to the NY Times, Moderna’s vaccine can be started on December 21st. The FDA will discuss the Moderna vaccine on the 17th of this month. US Welfare …

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EU diplomatic sources will explain the situation to tomorrow’s member countries regarding negotiations with the United Kingdom.

Reuters reported that EU Chief Barnier will explain the situation to the member countries tomorrow about the negotiations with the United Kingdom. Information is from EU diplomatic sources. The pound is being bought again in the hope of positive content. (Source: Minkabu) The volatility of European currencies is rising, but this is always the case, …

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Chicago Fed Governor, inflation rate can be raised before average 2%

Chicago Fed Governor Evans said yesterday that inflation “can start raising rates before it starts to average 2%. We still have to talk.” Governor Evans attends a virtual event at the Public Monetary and Financial Institutions Forum (OMFIF). “There is still room for debate about what the average means,” he said of the new framework …

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British government, policy to change Brexit agreementPossible violation of international law and ministers respond

The British government, Johnson, has indicated that it will change some of the exit agreements it signed last year with the European Union. On this, one minister admitted in the House on the 8th that he could “violate international law” in a “limited way”. The UK left the EU on 31 January this year. The …

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