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Monday April 3: Five things the markets are talking about

Global stocks and the “mighty” dollar are starting Q2 on a positive note despite investor caution ahead of the first “superpower” meeting between U.S President Trump and China’s Xi Jinping (April 6-7).

To investors, the markets “reflation” trade remains a concern, especially now that President Trump’s failed to push through his healthcare act in March. Can Trump get support for his anticipated tax cuts and infrastructure spending bills?

In Europe, the market focus will be on the French Presidential election. Will Marine Le Pen and her ideologies have an influence on government yields and the single unit, or will Macron squash her beliefs in round two?

On the data front this week is a busy week for central banks. The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) and the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) announce their respective rate decisions (Tues). The Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) publishes their minutes (Wed) from its most recent meeting where they increased the fed funds rate by +25 bps.

Elsewhere, manufacturing, services and composite PMI’s will be released globally. On Friday, Canada delivers its March labor market survey while the U.S announces its latest non-farm payroll (NFP) report.

1. Global stocks start Q2 on firmer footing

Q1 was the best quarter for global equities in four-years.

In Japan overnight, stocks prices rebounded after the BoJ ‘Tankan’ report showed an improving outlook among their countries’ largest firms. The Nikkei’s gained +0.4%, while the broader Topix added +0.3%.

Note: Business sentiment improved for a second straight quarter to an 18-month high in March, but was slightly lower than market expectations. In Hong Kong, stocks rallied led by infrastructure plays on the news that China will set up an economic zone. The benchmark Hang Seng index, which fell on Thursday and Friday, gained +0.6%, while the HK China Enterprises Index edged up +0.4%.

Elsewhere, South Korea’s Kospi and Singapore’s Straits Times Index were each up +0.3%, while Jakarta’s Composite climbed +0.6%.

In Europe, ahead of the U.S open, the Eurostoxx has climbed +0.2% in early trade after increasing +5.5% in Q1, the best quarter in two-years.

U.S stocks are set to open in the red (-0.2%).

Indices: Stoxx50 flat at 3,499, FTSE flat at 7,320, DAX +0.2% at 12,341, CAC-40 -0.1% at 5,116, IBEX-35 -0.3% at 10,431, FTSE MIB -0.2% at 20,459, SMI +0.2% at 8,671, S&P 500 Futures -0.2%

2. Oil prices nudge higher on upbeat economic sentiment

Oil prices start the week in the black as upbeat sentiment about economic prospects in Asia and Europe outweighed concerns a higher U.S. rig count strengthened worries about global oversupply.

Brent futures are up +3c, or +0.1% to +$53.56 a barrel, while U.S West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude futures climbed +10c, or +0.2% to $50.70 a barrel after settling +25c higher on Friday.

Note: Brent and U.S crude posted their worst quarterly loss in two-years in Q1. U.S futures fell -6%, while Brent lost -7% as rising inventory levels outpaced output cuts by OPEC and non-OPEC members.

Crude prices rallied last week amid expectations that OPEC would extend production cuts beyond June. However, prices were capped after energy services firm Baker Hughes said the U.S rig count increased by 10 to 662 last week, making the first quarter the strongest for oil rig additions since mid-2011.

The market continues to look for additional indicators for overall direction.

Gold prices have started the week on the back foot (-0.2% to +$1,246.84 per ounce), pressured by a stronger dollar and investor profit taking.

Note: The ‘yellow’ metal has been stuck between +$1,238-$1,260 with the risk skewed to downside based on rising expected interest rates and failure to break higher.

3. Eurozone periphery yields spike

Government bond yields in the euro zone’s lower-rated countries (Spain, Italy and Portugal) have backed up this morning and are underperforming their peers as a reduction in the ECB bond purchase program takes effect.

April marks the beginning of the scaling back of the ECB’s bond buying purchases from +€80B to +€60B per month until the program ends in Dec.

Note: Various ECB speakers noted last week that this process not any signaling the start of tapering as it had the option to be more expansionary if needed. The yield gap between Portugal’s 10-year bond and the German Bund have hit a four-week high of +368 bps, up +4 bps.

Note: French and peripheral bond yields have risen in recent months on the outside chance that far-right leader Marine Le Pen would win Franc’s Presidential race and push for a French exit from the E.U.

The yield on U.S 10’s has backed up +1 bps to +2.40%, after dropping -3 bps on Friday.

4. Dollar finds support

Ahead of the U.S open, the pound (£1.2508, down -0.37%) continues to experience volatility, as the pair has given back roughly half of last Friday’s gain, as selling has taken place following the release of U.K PMI data (54.4 from a revised 54.5 in Feb.) The reading for March was below consensus expectations of 54.6 and the lowest reading for four-months.

The EUR (€1.0656) is little changed despite stable industrial prices in the region and a stronger unemployment print (+9.5% vs. +9.6%). The yen fell -0.1% to ¥111.47, while the AUD lost -0.3%. The KRW rose +0.3%, building on its more than +7% advance in the Q1.

5. Global data shows mixed results Reports this morning showed that German manufacturing growth reached a six-year high in March (PMI 58.3). Along with a stronger France and Italian headline print, adds to signs of a pickup in momentum in the region and the global economy.

On the weekend, a private survey on China’s manufacturing came in below market expectations (51.2 vs. 51.7), but still showed a healthy expansion after a similar survey by the government last Friday pointed to strong growth in the sector.

In Japan, the Bank of Japan’s “tankan” survey showed that business sentiment improved, albeit slightly less than expected (12 vs. 14). Down-under, Aussie retail sales disappointed (-0.1% v +0.3% e).

Source: marketpulse.com

 

Monday April 3: Five things the markets are talking about

Global stocks and the “mighty” dollar are starting Q2 on a positive note despite investor caution ahead of the first “superpower” meeting between U.S President Trump and China’s Xi Jinping (April 6-7).

To investors, the markets “reflation” trade remains a concern, especially now that President Trump’s failed to push through his healthcare act in March. Can Trump get support for his anticipated tax cuts and infrastructure spending bills?

In Europe, the market focus will be on the French Presidential election. Will Marine Le Pen and her ideologies have an influence on government yields and the single unit, or will Macron squash her beliefs in round two?

On the data front this week is a busy week for central banks. The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) and the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) announce their respective rate decisions (Tues). The Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) publishes their minutes (Wed) from its most recent meeting where they increased the fed funds rate by +25 bps.

Elsewhere, manufacturing, services and composite PMI’s will be released globally. On Friday, Canada delivers its March labor market survey while the U.S announces its latest non-farm payroll (NFP) report.

1. Global stocks start Q2 on firmer footing

Q1 was the best quarter for global equities in four-years.

In Japan overnight, stocks prices rebounded after the BoJ ‘Tankan’ report showed an improving outlook among their countries’ largest firms. The Nikkei’s gained +0.4%, while the broader Topix added +0.3%.

Note: Business sentiment improved for a second straight quarter to an 18-month high in March, but was slightly lower than market expectations. In Hong Kong, stocks rallied led by infrastructure plays on the news that China will set up an economic zone. The benchmark Hang Seng index, which fell on Thursday and Friday, gained +0.6%, while the HK China Enterprises Index edged up +0.4%.

Elsewhere, South Korea’s Kospi and Singapore’s Straits Times Index were each up +0.3%, while Jakarta’s Composite climbed +0.6%.

In Europe, ahead of the U.S open, the Eurostoxx has climbed +0.2% in early trade after increasing +5.5% in Q1, the best quarter in two-years.

U.S stocks are set to open in the red (-0.2%).

Indices: Stoxx50 flat at 3,499, FTSE flat at 7,320, DAX +0.2% at 12,341, CAC-40 -0.1% at 5,116, IBEX-35 -0.3% at 10,431, FTSE MIB -0.2% at 20,459, SMI +0.2% at 8,671, S&P 500 Futures -0.2%

2. Oil prices nudge higher on upbeat economic sentiment

Oil prices start the week in the black as upbeat sentiment about economic prospects in Asia and Europe outweighed concerns a higher U.S. rig count strengthened worries about global oversupply.

Brent futures are up +3c, or +0.1% to +$53.56 a barrel, while U.S West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude futures climbed +10c, or +0.2% to $50.70 a barrel after settling +25c higher on Friday.

Note: Brent and U.S crude posted their worst quarterly loss in two-years in Q1. U.S futures fell -6%, while Brent lost -7% as rising inventory levels outpaced output cuts by OPEC and non-OPEC members.

Crude prices rallied last week amid expectations that OPEC would extend production cuts beyond June. However, prices were capped after energy services firm Baker Hughes said the U.S rig count increased by 10 to 662 last week, making the first quarter the strongest for oil rig additions since mid-2011.

The market continues to look for additional indicators for overall direction.

Gold prices have started the week on the back foot (-0.2% to +$1,246.84 per ounce), pressured by a stronger dollar and investor profit taking.

Note: The ‘yellow’ metal has been stuck between +$1,238-$1,260 with the risk skewed to downside based on rising expected interest rates and failure to break higher.

3. Eurozone periphery yields spike

Government bond yields in the euro zone’s lower-rated countries (Spain, Italy and Portugal) have backed up this morning and are underperforming their peers as a reduction in the ECB bond purchase program takes effect.

April marks the beginning of the scaling back of the ECB’s bond buying purchases from +€80B to +€60B per month until the program ends in Dec.

Note: Various ECB speakers noted last week that this process not any signaling the start of tapering as it had the option to be more expansionary if needed. The yield gap between Portugal’s 10-year bond and the German Bund have hit a four-week high of +368 bps, up +4 bps.

Note: French and peripheral bond yields have risen in recent months on the outside chance that far-right leader Marine Le Pen would win Franc’s Presidential race and push for a French exit from the E.U.

The yield on U.S 10’s has backed up +1 bps to +2.40%, after dropping -3 bps on Friday.

4. Dollar finds support

Ahead of the U.S open, the pound (£1.2508, down -0.37%) continues to experience volatility, as the pair has given back roughly half of last Friday’s gain, as selling has taken place following the release of U.K PMI data (54.4 from a revised 54.5 in Feb.) The reading for March was below consensus expectations of 54.6 and the lowest reading for four-months.

The EUR (€1.0656) is little changed despite stable industrial prices in the region and a stronger unemployment print (+9.5% vs. +9.6%). The yen fell -0.1% to ¥111.47, while the AUD lost -0.3%. The KRW rose +0.3%, building on its more than +7% advance in the Q1.

5. Global data shows mixed results Reports this morning showed that German manufacturing growth reached a six-year high in March (PMI 58.3). Along with a stronger France and Italian headline print, adds to signs of a pickup in momentum in the region and the global economy.

On the weekend, a private survey on China’s manufacturing came in below market expectations (51.2 vs. 51.7), but still showed a healthy expansion after a similar survey by the government last Friday pointed to strong growth in the sector.

In Japan, the Bank of Japan’s “tankan” survey showed that business sentiment improved, albeit slightly less than expected (12 vs. 14). Down-under, Aussie retail sales disappointed (-0.1% v +0.3% e).

Source: marketpulse.com

 

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Gold Technical Analysis: Bears await a sustained break below 1-month old trend-line support
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EUR/JPY Technical Analysis: The cross now targets the key 200-day SMA
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Forex Today: Yen weakest in Asia risk-on; focus on UK PMI, Eurozone CPI
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Gold bears looking for a break of the $1,300/oz level to 38.2% Fibo target
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EUR/USD turns flat below 1.14 as DXY clings to gains above 96
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Tech Targets: EUR/USD, GBP/USD, AUD/USD, NZD/USD, USD/JPY - 28.02.2019
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Oil: Prices stabilising
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Brexit to remain in focus this week
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Gold edges lower to $1325 level, focus remains on Powell’s testimony
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EUR/USD within a tight range near 1.1350, focus on Powell
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Gold drops below $1330 as USD recovers modestly
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EUR/JPY challenges 2-day highs near 125.80
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Tech Targets: EUR/USD, GBP/USD, AUD/USD, NZD/USD, USD/JPY - 25.02.2019
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USD/CAD Canadian Dollar Higher on Stronger Oil and Softer Dollar
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EUR/USD eases from tops beyond 1.1350 post-IFO
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Tech Targets: EUR/USD, GBP/USD, AUD/USD, NZD/USD, USD/JPY - 22.02.2019
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