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April 20, 2021

Investment Bank Outlook 20-04-2021

RBC Capital Markets Day ahead: UK February labour market data (see GBP) are the only first‐tier release in the European and North American sessions....
April 20, 2021

Daily Market Outlook, April 20, 2021

Added 2 hours ago By Patrick Munnelly
Daily Market Outlook, April 20, 2021 Asian equity performance is mixed this morning with Japanese indices down but most others showing modest gains. ...
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April 19, 2021

Investment Bank Outlook 19-04-2021

RBC Capital Markets Week ahead: The calendar has UK employment report (see GBP), New Zealand Q1 CPI, UK CPI, Australia retail sales (see AUD), and E...
April 19, 2021

Daily Market Outlook, April 19, 2021

Added 1 day ago By Patrick Munnelly
Daily Market Outlook, April 19, 2021 After US stocks reached record highs last week, equities across Asia are mixed at the start of the new week, alb...
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April 16, 2021

Investment Bank Outlook 16-04-2021

Citi Strong US data overnight appears to have fed into an Asia session USD bid into the weekend. Some currencies have bucked the trend though inc...
April 16, 2021

Daily Market Outlook, April 16, 2021

Added 4 days ago By Patrick Munnelly
Daily Market Outlook, April 16, 2021 Asian equities are mixed, despite new record highs at the close on Wall Street, supported by yesterday’s strong ...
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April 15, 2021

Powell Sends USD Lower With Dovish Comments

Powell Sticks to Views on Rates The US Dollar remains under pressure over the early European session on Monday, extending the week’s declines, in re...
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April 15, 2021

Market Spotlight: Upside Risks for US Retail Sales Today

Will Stimulus See a Surge in Retail Sales? Following a lack-luster response to the March CPI release earlier in the week, USD bulls are now looking ...
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April 15, 2021

Investment Bank Outlook 15-04-2021

RBC Capital Markets Day ahead: US March retail sales are the main release today and the combination of recovery from February weakness and the incom...