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The FOMC minutes indicated that the board was still profoundly divided about the slow pick up in prices. As always, the Fed will continue to watch the data as we move into December.feedback
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Oct 12 2017
Stephen Innes has most recently been quoted in an article called Dollar edges up vs yen, hovers near 7-week high ahead of Fed. Stephen Innes said, “We've certainly seen some adjustment on the December rate hike probabilities. I think that may carry the day at least until we get into the FOMC.”. Stephen Innes has been quoted a grand total of 68 times in 47 articles.
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Jul 04 2017

Markets are a little bit thin so there could possibly be an overreaction, given that liquidity is a bit edgy with the holiday-thinned U.S. market conditions.feedback

Jun 30 2017 - Japan

Obviously there's a shift afoot. It really seems that there's some coordinated effort going on out here among the G10 central banks.feedback

Jun 23 2017 - Oil

Falling oil prices continue to temper sentiment in global macro markets. While the Nervous Nellies take solace as oil prices based overnight, don't get too comfortable as the oil patch narrative will likely be the primary catalyst in the coming months.feedback

Jun 05 2017 - Qatar

The markets impact has been mute as dealers are becoming desensitized to the shocks knowing that whatever market impact occurs it diminishes quickly.feedback

May 07 2017 - French Election Results

A sense of normalcy has returned to the Forex desks this morning as the final round of the French elections had the expected.feedback

May 07 2017 - French Election Results

The election seems to be on won investors' minds, and the possible implications that may or may not have with U.S. and China relations.feedback

May 04 2017 - Oil

The collapse in oil prices saw (benchmark West Texas Intermediate) plunge as the market continues to probe for a bottom amid oversupply concerns.feedback

May 03 2017 - French Presidential Debate

Guys just want to see the final outcome and I think they are going to go into euro and I think primarily euro/yen... that's going to be their favorite trade.feedback

Feb 17 2017 - OPEC

Despite the headlines, the massive inventory glut in both oil and gasoline continues to thwart any upward momentum.feedback

Feb 09 2017 - Japan

The Trump trade is the primary focus for equity markets and without any further guidance on U.S. tax policies, investors stay on the sidelines, annoyed and concerned about the unknown.feedback

Jan 24 2017 - Trans Pacific Partnership

The lack of any key U.S. economic data overnight had dealers focused exclusively on the Trump administration's trade policy and the signing of the executive order to pull out of the TPP.feedback

Jan 09 2017 - RMB

Despite some semblance of order emerging, we should expect volatility to remain high. Underlying yuan depreciation pressures should return as fundamental reasons that are driving depreciation, such as capital outflows and concerns on Trump's China policies, haven't changed.feedback

Dec 07 2016 - RMB

The market is more fixated on an unfiltered pricing 'glitch,' which shows how incredibly sensitive the market watcher is to potential spill-over effects of Trumpenomics. Question the validity of the online prices, in particular through non-transactional resellers of currency data.feedback

Dec 06 2016 - Italian elections

Global risk sentiment roared back after falling prey to the initial Renzi fallout and whatever negatives Italy creates for the eurozone, yesterday was not the time for a euro implosion.feedback

Nov 21 2016 - RMB

Traders are positioning for another USD leg higher, despite concerns that we are nearing a near-term pinnacle from the USD positivity of Trump mania.feedback

Nov 11 2016 - RMB

The PBOC is caught between a rock and a hard place in the face of a strong U.S. dollar and huge waves of capital outflows.feedback

Oct 27 2016 - RMB

The market is starting to get a bit nervous about further weakness in the yuan, which could lead to greater capital outflows.feedback

Oct 18 2016

After a shaky start to the year, China economy has stabilized thanks to easy money policy and massive infrastructure builds.feedback

Oct 17 2016

Despite the 'lower for longer' rhetoric, the expected case for a December rate hike remains on course, yet given the division in the FOMC it is far from done.feedback

Sep 11 2016

Traders have been quick to price in worst case scenario as interest rate rise jitters start taking hold and have resulted in some fairly assertive moves in bond, equity, and forex asset classes.feedback

Aug 31 2016 - Federal Reserve

U.S. rate hike fever continues dominating the foreign exchange landscape. The U.S. dollar is trading favorably despite the next major catalyst, Friday's jobs report. The market is stuck between the good cop, bad cop performance from Yellen and Fischer at Jackson Hole.feedback

Aug 26 2016

Bondholders typically like funding with the cheapest end of the curve, which is the overnight repo markets, and this move could pressure bond markets as funding cost would move higher. It is also designed to ensure that short-term money gets distributed to the economy and not speculators.feedback

Aug 16 2016 - Federal Reserve

Without the Federal Reserve Board doing the heavy lifting (with a U.S. interest rate hike) and with the Japanese economy seemingly immune to monetary and fiscal stimulus, it will take little more than a few consecutive session probes below 100 yen for traders to be hotly testing the BOJ's resolve, while knocking on the post-Brexit spot level at 99.02 yen.feedback

Aug 11 2016 - OPEC

His enchanting words sent equity markets into a froth. In another case of deja vu, and despite signals pointing to a potentially enormous bulge in crude stocks for 2017, there appears to be no taming of the oil market bull when OPEC speaks.feedback

Jul 11 2016

While the US equity market response is encouraging, it is important not to factor too much into one single monthly report, as more data is needed to confirm that the dismal May jobs report was an aberration.feedback

Jul 06 2016

There's a high level of complacency in dollar/yen trade as the markets have no defined direction other than chasing risk sentiment. I expect further probes lower as the latest Brexit sell-off is simply the tip of the iceberg.feedback

Jun 23 2016

For the most part, trading has been periodic amid dwindling liquidity. While we expect liquidity to deteriorate as we near the final outcome, market depth is playing out as anticipated. We should expect a high level of volatility, bordering on excessive at times, as results hit the wires.feedback

Jun 13 2016

The BOJ ... will likely delay a rate cut in the meeting, favoring a coordinated event when the government releases its fiscal stimulus package in Autumn. This delay will likely appreciate the yen over the short term if the BOJ remains sidelined.feedback

Jun 09 2016

We have had a solid rebound [in the dollar/yen] after testing the 106.35 depths.feedback

Jun 09 2016

I don't think there was any clear-cut forward guidance that the market could read from that and I think that's why we're seeing the trend continue.feedback

May 27 2016 - RMB

When the dollar weakens, the yuan peg follows. When the dollar is firmer, the yuan peg resorts to the basket mechanism to smooth out the inevitable yuan depreciation, and slow the pace of capital outflows.feedback

Apr 28 2016

I suspect we could see a bottoming on this recent dollar/yen capitulation in 108.50-109.00 range.feedback

Apr 28 2016

I suspect the BOJ gave into the domestic uproar that negative interest rates policy are destabilizing the currency markets, along with negatively impacting local banks. Big business won this round.feedback

Apr 27 2016

The Mighty Fed's decision this week will likely lay the groundwork for dollar fortunes through 2016.feedback

Apr 25 2016

Unless there's a clear cut improvement on both domestic inflation and growth, coupled with solid concrete improvement in the global economic landscape, it's likely the Fed will err dovish through the second half of 2016.feedback

Apr 20 2016

The market didn't break below the key 107.50 handle on Monday and gradually found support as oil prices started to stabilize. Add in the backdrop of higher U.S. yields from the buoyant Dow and a resurgent Nikkei.feedback

Apr 20 2016

I think we are starting to see pricing of speculative shorts [on the yen] for a few reasons.feedback

Apr 18 2016 - Qatar

The collapse of the oil production freeze summit has caused a wave of selling across the commodity block currencies.feedback

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