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Forex Week Ahead

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Make or Break

The upcoming week could be a make or break moment for global equities and the demand for safe-haven currencies.

Wall Street bulls seem to have already priced in all the dismal data and are growing confident that US has made it through the worst of new coronavirus cases.  Another positive for the economy is that confidence improved in the functioning of key funding markets, alongside constant bond offering.

The dollar may continue to weaken if coronavirus cases continue to plateau across big cities and on further progress with clinical trials that are showing positive results with the treatment of COVID-19 patients.  With the entire world delivering massive ammounts of QE and fiscal easing, the one trade has been support

Country

US

This will be a huge week for the earnings season. Updates from Intel, IBM, SAP, Netflix and Ericsson highlight the first major round of tech results. If US stocks are going to avoid a retest of the March 23rd lows, tech will have to lead the way. Lockheed Martin, Haliburton and Alcoa earnings updates will also be closely watched.

On the economic data front, the focus falls on the housing, jobless claims and the flash PMI readings. April could be as bad as it gets so Wall Street might be a little forgiving for worse-than-expected misses.

US Politics

Capitol Hill will debate how much and when will we see a second round of payments to Americans. Another set direct cash payments to Americans will likely happen but could start to see some resistance if parts of the economy begin to reopen.

The spread of COVID-19 across America will closely be watched in seven midwestern states. Michigan, Ohio, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Illinois, Indiana and Kentucky are attempting a coordinated effort in reopening the Midwest regional economy. If this goes smoothly, we could see this pretty much solidify some of these battleground states for President Trump.

UK

The lockdown has been extended by at least another three weeks, not a surprise given the numbers we’ve been seeing. The number of new cases may be leveling off but the government won’t be taking any risks having been heavily criticized for their initial response.

Italy

The return to normality is likely to have many bumps in the road but with each passing week, it’s looking more and more encouraging in Italy. The lockdown has clearly worked which means we’re now into

easing mode. Shops selling books, stationery and clothes for babies and young children have been allowed to reopen which is a promising first step.

Spain

Some businesses in Spain have been allowed to return to work but, as with elsewhere, extreme caution is being urged and the government is likely to take baby steps to begin with. Again though, the trend is extremely encouraging, throughout the region as a whole.

Eurozone

The bloc eventually agreed on a €500 billion rescue package for countries hit by the coronavirus, with the ESM making up €240 billion in spending guarantees, the European Investment Bank €200 billion and the rest the European Commission via working schemes. The deal is a typical euro fudge that tries to appeal all parties while satisfying none. In times of stress, the EU has typically delivered the bare minimum needed, late and via the backdoor. Some things never change.

Turkey

It’s feared Turkey could become a new hotspot for the coronavirus after the government took much longer to implement lockdown measures, instead prioritizing the economy which had already suffered considerably in recent years. The number of cases have been rising fast since the country started recording them, as has the death toll forcing some to question whether the situation is destined to get much worse. The CBRT announced measures on Friday to mitigate the economic impact and is expected to cut rates next week by 50 basis points, taking the repo rate to 9.25%.

Russia

Central bank interest rate decisions have become another entirely unpredictable event in this crisis, with many choosing to not even wait for scheduled meetings to make changes. It’s worth, therefore, taking expectations with a pinch of salt and they will differ depending on the platform you’re looking at. Some are suggesting that the Central Bank of Russia will cut by at least 25 basis points next week but expectations, as ever, are broad.

South Africa

The SARB held an unscheduled meeting this week and cut interest rates by 1% to 4.25% as the country heads for a severe contraction this year. The country is now expected to contract by 6.1% vs 0.2% at its last meeting three weeks ago. The country lost its final investment grade credit rating at the end of March.

China

On Monday, China expected to cut 1-year Loan Prime Rate by 10 bps to 3.95% and 5-year to 4.65%. No other significant data for the rest of the week.

China retail sales disappointed suggesting domestic recovery is elusive. Also, markets will look for more data on the possibility that previously recovered cases can spontaneously have COVID-19, in much the same way that malaria reoccurs.

Hong Kong

Hong Kong unemployment on Monday is likely to remain officially stable at 3.70%, although the situation on the ground is likely to be at odds with official data. No other significant data.

Hong Kong remains under tighter restrictions following a recurrence in COVID-19 cases. Progress on this front will be the centre of market attention.

Singapore

Inflation and Industrial production Thursday and Friday. After today’s huge rebound in non-oil exports, potential for upside surprise with Industrial Production. Potential positive overflow in SGD,

Tightened COVID-19 “circuit-breaker” restrictions continue for the 3rd week, most of the economy that can is working from home. Singapore faces a moment of truth in the coming week, with COVID-19 breaking out in worker dormitories. A huge increase in COVID-19 cases has occurred this week from this source.That would be very negative for an economy deep in recession already despite government stimulus efforts.

India

No significant data next week.

Attention remains focused on the number of COVID-19 cases and a timetable for the easing of lockdown restrictions that were recently extended. Social unrest concerns are elevated. The worst is yet to come for India in all likelihood.

Australia

RBA minutes Tuesday to be uneventful. No other significant data.

The AUD has risen 9.0% this month, and the ASX 200 by 11.40% this month. Currency and stock market at the forefront of the peak-virus, reducing lockdown, and central bank reflation trade. That leaves both the currency and the stock market vulnerable unexpected bad news.

New Zealand

No significant data with the country entering the last week of the four-week national lockdown. Virus cases appear to have peaked. A lockdown extension could renew pressure on the stock market and currency.

NZD has rallied 4.1% this month and the stock market by a huge 14.0% on “peak-virus” and a China recovery. Disappointments on either front leave the NZD vulnerable to an aggressive downward reversal.

Japan

Monday, Japan Balance of Trade. Thursdays Jibun comp. PMI. Friday Inflation Rate. None are expected to materially affect markets.

Japan’s government has been found wanting in its COVID-19 response and is perceived as putting business and the Olympics first. Cases are increasing along with the scale of lock-downs.

The Nikkei 225 has rallied 19.0% in the past month on global recovery hopes. Any bad news next week leaves Japan stocks vulnerable to an aggressive sell-off.

Market

Oil

Oil prices are making small gains but continue to trade not far from their lows. The near-term WTI contract is taking a beating though as it approaches expiry, as storage facilities rapidly approach capacity and production isn’t falling fast enough. The inventory data is accelerating higher even as US output declines, now 800,000 barrels a day off its peak a month ago. The prospect of a treatment and economies reopening is obviously positive for prices but the near-term problems aren’t being resolved fast enough.

Gold

Gold profit taking has properly kicked in now, with the yellow metal off 2% today and temporarily back below $1,700. The dollar has remained strong despite the bounce in risk appetite, although the prospect of the US economy reopening should be good for the currency. These relationships are never particularly straightforward. Either way, gold is under a little pressure, with $1,680 the key level below now and $1,640 notable below that.

Bitcoin

The battle is not over yet, with bitcoin bulls taking another run at the upper end of the $6,500-7,500 range. News of Libra 2.0 overnight may have aided the rebound even if the proposal isn’t quite the digital currency that purists believe in. As we saw before though, that isn’t necessarily important and prices have been boosted just by being in the headlines and this does just that. In this sense, Libra is very much bitcoin’s friend. Whether Libra 2.0 will generate the same level of excitement, generally, despite having more realistic targets is another thing.

Source: marketpulse

Make or Break

The upcoming week could be a make or break moment for global equities and the demand for safe-haven currencies.

Wall Street bulls seem to have already priced in all the dismal data and are growing confident that US has made it through the worst of new coronavirus cases.  Another positive for the economy is that confidence improved in the functioning of key funding markets, alongside constant bond offering.

The dollar may continue to weaken if coronavirus cases continue to plateau across big cities and on further progress with clinical trials that are showing positive results with the treatment of COVID-19 patients.  With the entire world delivering massive ammounts of QE and fiscal easing, the one trade has been support

Country

US

This will be a huge week for the earnings season. Updates from Intel, IBM, SAP, Netflix and Ericsson highlight the first major round of tech results. If US stocks are going to avoid a retest of the March 23rd lows, tech will have to lead the way. Lockheed Martin, Haliburton and Alcoa earnings updates will also be closely watched.

On the economic data front, the focus falls on the housing, jobless claims and the flash PMI readings. April could be as bad as it gets so Wall Street might be a little forgiving for worse-than-expected misses.

US Politics

Capitol Hill will debate how much and when will we see a second round of payments to Americans. Another set direct cash payments to Americans will likely happen but could start to see some resistance if parts of the economy begin to reopen.

The spread of COVID-19 across America will closely be watched in seven midwestern states. Michigan, Ohio, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Illinois, Indiana and Kentucky are attempting a coordinated effort in reopening the Midwest regional economy. If this goes smoothly, we could see this pretty much solidify some of these battleground states for President Trump.

UK

The lockdown has been extended by at least another three weeks, not a surprise given the numbers we’ve been seeing. The number of new cases may be leveling off but the government won’t be taking any risks having been heavily criticized for their initial response.

Italy

The return to normality is likely to have many bumps in the road but with each passing week, it’s looking more and more encouraging in Italy. The lockdown has clearly worked which means we’re now into

easing mode. Shops selling books, stationery and clothes for babies and young children have been allowed to reopen which is a promising first step.

Spain

Some businesses in Spain have been allowed to return to work but, as with elsewhere, extreme caution is being urged and the government is likely to take baby steps to begin with. Again though, the trend is extremely encouraging, throughout the region as a whole.

Eurozone

The bloc eventually agreed on a €500 billion rescue package for countries hit by the coronavirus, with the ESM making up €240 billion in spending guarantees, the European Investment Bank €200 billion and the rest the European Commission via working schemes. The deal is a typical euro fudge that tries to appeal all parties while satisfying none. In times of stress, the EU has typically delivered the bare minimum needed, late and via the backdoor. Some things never change.

Turkey

It’s feared Turkey could become a new hotspot for the coronavirus after the government took much longer to implement lockdown measures, instead prioritizing the economy which had already suffered considerably in recent years. The number of cases have been rising fast since the country started recording them, as has the death toll forcing some to question whether the situation is destined to get much worse. The CBRT announced measures on Friday to mitigate the economic impact and is expected to cut rates next week by 50 basis points, taking the repo rate to 9.25%.

Russia

Central bank interest rate decisions have become another entirely unpredictable event in this crisis, with many choosing to not even wait for scheduled meetings to make changes. It’s worth, therefore, taking expectations with a pinch of salt and they will differ depending on the platform you’re looking at. Some are suggesting that the Central Bank of Russia will cut by at least 25 basis points next week but expectations, as ever, are broad.

South Africa

The SARB held an unscheduled meeting this week and cut interest rates by 1% to 4.25% as the country heads for a severe contraction this year. The country is now expected to contract by 6.1% vs 0.2% at its last meeting three weeks ago. The country lost its final investment grade credit rating at the end of March.

China

On Monday, China expected to cut 1-year Loan Prime Rate by 10 bps to 3.95% and 5-year to 4.65%. No other significant data for the rest of the week.

China retail sales disappointed suggesting domestic recovery is elusive. Also, markets will look for more data on the possibility that previously recovered cases can spontaneously have COVID-19, in much the same way that malaria reoccurs.

Hong Kong

Hong Kong unemployment on Monday is likely to remain officially stable at 3.70%, although the situation on the ground is likely to be at odds with official data. No other significant data.

Hong Kong remains under tighter restrictions following a recurrence in COVID-19 cases. Progress on this front will be the centre of market attention.

Singapore

Inflation and Industrial production Thursday and Friday. After today’s huge rebound in non-oil exports, potential for upside surprise with Industrial Production. Potential positive overflow in SGD,

Tightened COVID-19 “circuit-breaker” restrictions continue for the 3rd week, most of the economy that can is working from home. Singapore faces a moment of truth in the coming week, with COVID-19 breaking out in worker dormitories. A huge increase in COVID-19 cases has occurred this week from this source.That would be very negative for an economy deep in recession already despite government stimulus efforts.

India

No significant data next week.

Attention remains focused on the number of COVID-19 cases and a timetable for the easing of lockdown restrictions that were recently extended. Social unrest concerns are elevated. The worst is yet to come for India in all likelihood.

Australia

RBA minutes Tuesday to be uneventful. No other significant data.

The AUD has risen 9.0% this month, and the ASX 200 by 11.40% this month. Currency and stock market at the forefront of the peak-virus, reducing lockdown, and central bank reflation trade. That leaves both the currency and the stock market vulnerable unexpected bad news.

New Zealand

No significant data with the country entering the last week of the four-week national lockdown. Virus cases appear to have peaked. A lockdown extension could renew pressure on the stock market and currency.

NZD has rallied 4.1% this month and the stock market by a huge 14.0% on “peak-virus” and a China recovery. Disappointments on either front leave the NZD vulnerable to an aggressive downward reversal.

Japan

Monday, Japan Balance of Trade. Thursdays Jibun comp. PMI. Friday Inflation Rate. None are expected to materially affect markets.

Japan’s government has been found wanting in its COVID-19 response and is perceived as putting business and the Olympics first. Cases are increasing along with the scale of lock-downs.

The Nikkei 225 has rallied 19.0% in the past month on global recovery hopes. Any bad news next week leaves Japan stocks vulnerable to an aggressive sell-off.

Market

Oil

Oil prices are making small gains but continue to trade not far from their lows. The near-term WTI contract is taking a beating though as it approaches expiry, as storage facilities rapidly approach capacity and production isn’t falling fast enough. The inventory data is accelerating higher even as US output declines, now 800,000 barrels a day off its peak a month ago. The prospect of a treatment and economies reopening is obviously positive for prices but the near-term problems aren’t being resolved fast enough.

Gold

Gold profit taking has properly kicked in now, with the yellow metal off 2% today and temporarily back below $1,700. The dollar has remained strong despite the bounce in risk appetite, although the prospect of the US economy reopening should be good for the currency. These relationships are never particularly straightforward. Either way, gold is under a little pressure, with $1,680 the key level below now and $1,640 notable below that.

Bitcoin

The battle is not over yet, with bitcoin bulls taking another run at the upper end of the $6,500-7,500 range. News of Libra 2.0 overnight may have aided the rebound even if the proposal isn’t quite the digital currency that purists believe in. As we saw before though, that isn’t necessarily important and prices have been boosted just by being in the headlines and this does just that. In this sense, Libra is very much bitcoin’s friend. Whether Libra 2.0 will generate the same level of excitement, generally, despite having more realistic targets is another thing.

Source: marketpulse

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USD/JPY: Capped by Fibonacci resistance at 107.70
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Gold Price Analysis: Path of least resistance remains to the upside after topping $1,730
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EUR/USD: The next move is lower back to 1.05
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BoJ's Kuroda: BoJ will ease without hesitation if needed
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Crude Oil Futures: Potential for further weakness
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EUR/USD Price Analysis: Focus remains intact on 1.0990
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Forex Week Ahead – Dollar vulnerability on overwhelming central bank action and virus optimism
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Smart Alpha PAMM -Machine Learning? Seriously?
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Forex Today: Dollar depressed amid dull Good Friday, G20 Energy Summit, US CPI in focus
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FOMC: The Fed will act fact and meaningfully again if the need arises – BMO
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Easter Trading Schedule
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Forex Today: Guide to six critical coronavirus-linked market movers, fasten your seat belts
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Oil: Significant surplus to stay
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Gold holds steady above $1650 level, lacks follow-through amid stronger USD
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ECB told ministers EZ financing needs to address coronavirus crisis could be up to EUR1.5 trillion
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Gold Price Analysis: Ample liquidity opens door to higher levels
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EUR/USD May Fall on Covid-19 Eurozone Finance Minister Meeting
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Forex Today: Dollar falls, gold up amid upbeat COVID-19 data, Boris' ICU stay causing concerns
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Gold Futures: Extra gains losing traction
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Forex Today: Markets cheering upbeat European coronavirus news, pound worried about Boris, oil eyed
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Forex Week Ahead – World battles spread of Covid-19 and its economic destruction, a bigger OPEC +cut deal, and big bank stress tests
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EUR/USD: Five reasons to drag the pair down
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EUR/USD: Bearish sign
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S&P: Major Aussie banks not at risk of downgrade amid pandemic
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Forex Today: New quarter, same market gloom as coronavirus spreads, critical US data eyed
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Dollar Index: 2008/09 parallels point to sustained USD strength – Westpac
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