Tag Archives: ECB

The Global Macro Pulse

The USD edged higher against most currencies,

Eye-Opener: the US dollar takes a breather, ECB purchases on track, Greece gets more ELA liquidity

The EUR/USD hit 1.05 yesterday triggered profit-taking and

The Global Macro Pulse

USD continued to strengthen, with EUR down 0.4% to 1.050, and

Eye-Opener: Factors as strong as gravity holding rates low and is parity close by for EURUSD?

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 Global Macro Pulse

USD generally strengthened further today, with EUR down 0.1% to 1.068,

Eye-Opener: No stopping the dollar, nor the ECB, we’ll see about Swedish inflation

The dollar continues to strengthen and this morning hit 1.0666 against the euro.

The Global Macro Pulse

The USD extended gains against the majority of currencies.

Eye-Opener: More wasting of time in Greece, jump in Chinese CPI, lower yields

Euro-area yields saw big declines yesterday,

Eye-Opener: Mid-year Fed hike on track, ECB starts QE, Nordic inflation focus

Over the week-end, Greek ministers have floated the prospect of

The Global Macro Pulse

The USD lost ground as commodity currencies rebounded.

Eye-Opener: ECB detailing of QE caused gyrations, upside risks to payrolls

As expected, yesterday’s ECB meeting provided a lot of QE details.

The Global Macro Pulse

The EUR stayed near its 11-year low at 1.106 ahead of the ECB meeting.