market sentiment is one of an appetite for risk. While the U.S. Federal Reserve
continues to stir markets and uncertainty about the coronavirus pandemic, it is
now possible to observe a positive correction that contrasts with the reality of
the past two days.
The Dollar fell
against the Yen and dropped slightly against the Euro on Friday, with many
short positions closing after the U.S. Federal Reserve's midweek decision.
Today’s market sentiment is of an appetite
for risk. Investors are looking with optimism at the outcome of the US
Federal Reserve meeting.
The dollar falls against major currencies
on Wednesday, with investors waiting for the Fed's monetary policy
Yields of the Treasurys have
risen in line with the positive tone of the risk asset markets, after a
series of economic data showed that the recovery of the two largest economies
in the world continues.
market sentiment is of an appetite for risk. China's economic recovery
accelerated last month, with key indicators rising faster than expected.
The Dollar fell
against the Euro, the Yen and the Pound this Tuesday, while markets await the Federal
Reserve’s (Fed) monetary policy decision this week.
yields also came across some difficulty while trying to find a direction yesterday,
as investors may have preferred to wait for the outcome of the Fed’s meeting.
appetite is one of risk, animated by the signs that vaccines against Covd-19
may be on the way.
stocks are quoting in the green, driven by renewed hopes of a vaccine against
the virus and a notion that a sharp fall in stocks may be recovered after the
Nasdaq has registered the worst week since March.
is losing ground against the Euro and the Yen this Monday. The Dollar may prolong
the recent downward trend this week.
remain high, with US producers watching Hurricane Sally and Libya planning to
Today, the market sentiment is being
risk-averse. After the strong correction of last week's indices, eyes are
on the opening of the North American market.
European and US equities futures are in negative
territory this Tuesday, with tech stocks remaining vulnerable as Nasdaq futures retreat
almost 1.5 %.
Hopes for a vaccine for Covid-19 after Donald Trump’s
comments, that a treatment may be ready as early as October, may weigh on the
dollar, while the US-China tensions give some support to the currency.
Today is a
day of greater risk appetite as investors bet on more accommodative monetary
and fiscal policies on a global scale, also motivated by signs of progress in a
coronavirus vaccine and easing trade tensions between the US and China.
The dollar is
rising on today’s Asian session, as the improving global economy and the lack
of progress in U.S. fiscal stimulus weigh on this currency.
longer-term Treasuries retreated on Friday after investors processed data from
the U.S. economy following the Federal Reserve's historic change of direction
in the monetary policy framework.
market sentiment is being relatively mixed. Investors are waiting to hear what
U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell has to say tomorrow in his speech.
accelerates this Wednesday against the euro, while against the yen, a day of
the start of the Jackson Hole symposium, which this year will be entirely
yields rose on Tuesday after progress in trade talks between the U.S. and China
have excited as expectations about the U.S. economy.
Today, market sentiment is one of risk
aversion. European stocks face another cautious session with rising
US-China tensions and no progress in negotiations on the new US stimulus
The Dollar regains some of the ground lost
on Thursday, with the currency's DXY index trading again above
93.00. Traders are likely to take a cautious approach to
currency risk ahead of the US-China trade talks on 15 August.
Today, the market sentiment is one of risk aversion. There are no signs of progress in the negotiations on the aid plan for the coronavirus in the United States, and US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the White House could ban other Chinese applications that it considers to jeopardise the country's national security.
The Dollar traded on the defensive during the Asian session on Thursday, as investor optimism about the approval of new fiscal stimulus in Washington seemed to decline, which reduces the currency's attractiveness.
market sentiment is an appetite for risk. News that the United States and China
will meet to discuss trade and expectations of progress in negotiations in
Washington over a stimulus package are driving the current positive sentiment
in the market.
retreated in the Asian session on Wednesday, following up on the previous day's
losses, with more bets that the US Federal Reserve will ease monetary policy
further and with investors attentive to negotiations in the US Congress on new