Friday, October 5, 2018

U.S Non Farm Payrolls

The U.S Non Farm Payrolls will be released Friday, 5th of October 2018 12:30 GMT and is a key economic indicator that can cause volatility in the markets.


What to Expect this Month: There is an expectation that the Nonfarm Payrolls report will show an employment increase by 180k in September. If the expectations are accurate it means a slight deceleration from the 201k in August and just below the six-month average of 192k.

The forecast is in-line with the economy growth, around 3% and above the pace of employment growth required to adsorb new labor market entrants. The readings throughout the month have displayed healthy statistics with low initial jobless claims and high regional business surveys.

The Nonfarm Payrolls report is expected to show that the US economy added 191,000 new jobs in August. The unemployment rate is expected to fall to 3.8% from the previous 3.95%, and wages growth is seen rising 0.2% Month-on-Month and 2.7% Year-on-Year.

Weekly unemployment claims reduced in the last week of the August, falling to 203K, the lowest level since early December 1969, however the ADP survey showed that the private sector added only 163,000 jobs in August, well below the previous months figure at 217K and the expected 190K, which is the lowest level since October last year.

The markets are now focusing on when US rates will reach a normal level, and subsequently, when the Fed will pause its tightening cycle. Investors will not be too concerned over fewer new jobs, as long as wages don't reach a slower pace. The Fed is determinate to keep any rate hikes gradual as growth in jobs is strong and inflation is under control. Further increases in interest rates can be expected if the growth continues and there are no surprises in the US economy.

Opportunities around the NFP Reports: Regardless of the results of the Non Farm Payrolls, the markets always experience moves immediately after the release which offer traders excellent short-term trading opportunities. Positive or negative reports will affect market sentiment which can create new trends and trading opportunities.


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Tuesday, October 2, 2018

Italy Scares the Markets after Calls to Leave the EU

Stocks fell worldwide and European assets were sold off on today following anti-euro comments from the Italian lawmaker Claudio Borghi.


Claudio Borghi, who leads the economic policy of Italy’s ruling party, said in an interview "I am truly convinced that Italy would solve most of its problems if it had its own currency,". His comments pushed the yield on the 10-year Italian bond to rise to 3.40 percent at about 8 a.m. London time, which is it's highest level since March 2014. This follows comments in May which caused a sell-off.


As a result, Italy's main index also fell around 1.5 percent and shares in Italian banks went into the red, with Banco BPM falling 5 percent, UniCredit down 3.2 percent and Intesa Sanpaolo fell 2.7 percent. There are also concerns that increased public spending will disrupt public debt reduction of public debt which amounts to about 2.3 trillion euros ($2.6 trillion).


Leading economists have commented that they do not expect systemic implications for the global economy, although risks have risen, European risky assets remain vulnerable and there is potential for a negative spill over to the Euro area given the high trade exposure to Italy. The euro extended losses to fall 0.6 percent to its lowest since August 21st and is trading at trading at $1.150.


The aftermath of today's events have resulted in differing opinions with accusations towards the EU of "creating terrorism on the markets" whilst others are urging the Italian government to " tell the truth to the Italians, that there is more public expenditure". As it stands the markets must wait until October 15th where Italy will finalise its 2019 budget plan and submit it to the European Commission for analysis. The markets will be eagerly awaiting the budget which is likely to have heavy implications on the markets direction. 


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Monday, October 1, 2018

Time to Claim your September 2018 Rebates!

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Wednesday, September 26, 2018

U.S Economy On course

The Federal increased interest rates on Wednesday by a quarter of a percent and signalled that the U.S. economy would benefit from three more years of growth.


The positivity was backed up with plans that the U.S. central bank are confident of another rate hike in December, three more during 2019, and one increase in 2020. Should they go ahead, this would push the overnight lending rate to 3.4 percent, which is roughly a half of a percentage point above the “neutral” interest rate, which doens't  stimulate nor restrict the economy.

The focus from the markets was on whether the Fed would remove the word ‘accommodative’ regarding the monetary policy, which was in fact the case, which indicates that the monetary policy is becoming less accommodative and heading towards a neutral rate. However, Fed Chairman Jerome Powell commented that the removal of the word does not necessarily mean a policy outlook change, instead, it is a sign that policy is proceeding in line with expectations.

The Fed views the economy growing at a faster than expected 3.1 percent for the year and continuing to expand moderately for at least three more years, following sustained low unemployment and stable inflation near its 2 percent target, with the labour market strength continuing and economic activity rising at a strong rate.

Inflation was forecast to remain near 2 percent over the next three years, while the unemployment rate is expected to fall to 3.5 percent next year and remain at the same rate throughout 2020 before rising slightly in 2021. The jobless rate is currently 3.9 percent.

As the FOMC meeting was more or less in-line with the markets expectations, there was very little impact. However any changes in unemployment, wages and economic activity could possible see the Fed change their minds for a December hike, however it's highly unlikely according to the current data. Employment data for September will be released on October 5th and will be in focus as the markets look for further indications.


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Tuesday, September 25, 2018

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Friday, September 21, 2018

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