Tag Archives: BUND
The EUR/USD hit 1.05 yesterday triggered profit-taking and
EURUSD briefly traded below 1.05 this morning. At the same time, US yields can’t seem to break higher. The reason is strong demand, especially from non-US investors. Yesterday’s 10Y auction in the US had almost 59% allotted to indirect bidders, predominantly non-US investors. On the Euro side, we can see easily see both bunds below […]
The dollar continues to strengthen and this morning hit 1.0666 against the euro.
Euro-area yields saw big declines yesterday,
Over the week-end, Greek ministers have floated the prospect of
As expected, yesterday’s ECB meeting provided a lot of QE details.
Rates and the oil price barely moved yesterday while the S&P 500 went down 0.4%.
US stocks retreated (S&P 500: -0.5%) yesterday after the Nasdaq index on
The euro fell slightly against the USD yesterday.
In Asia this morning, the Nikkei (+0.2%), Hang Seng (+0.3%) and
Eye-Opener: German CPI to fall further, expect downward revisions to US Q4 GDP, further pressure on EUR/USD
The EUR/USD fell yesterday, and is close to testing year-to-date lows (1.1098).
US 10Y Treasury yields edged lower on Yellen’s comments,