Category Archives: Weekly Macro

Feb 12, 2017 – Weekly Macro Overview (OPEC monthly report, China, UK, US Inflation, Yellen testifies)

Mr Price Action/ February 12, 2017/ Weekly Macro/ 0 comments

Last week equity markets rallied on Trump’s tax promises and oil prices jumped on IEA Monthly Report as OPEC members cut production in January more or less as agreed. Therefore the OPEC report on Monday will likely have only minor impact unless reveals some important details. The first half of the week will be about GDPs from Japan, German and

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Feb 5, 2017 – Weekly Macro W6 (RBA and RBNZ rate decisions, trade balance Ger, UK, US, CA, China and IEA Oil Report)

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 The coming week won’t be boring at all and there are plenty of events to follow. First of all we have the RBA and the RBNZ rate decisions. Despite no change is expected in MPs  we will get a hint how policy makers see the economy in the light of recent development (new US policy, metal rally stalling etc.). We have plenty

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Jan 22, 2017 – Weekly Macro W4 (PMIs, CPIs, GDPs, and UK Supreme Court ruling on triggering Article 50)

Mr Price Action/ January 27, 2017/ Weekly Macro/ 0 comments

We have plenty of interesting data next week among other PMIs, CPIs, GDPs and US housing. However Brexit could steal the headlines again as the UK Supreme Court is due to decide whether the government may use Royal Prerogative to trigger Article 50. The ongoing earnings season is also worth to watch with a lot of big names among others

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January 16, 2017 – Weekly Macro (BoC and ECB rate decisions, China GDP and Trump inauguration)

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After a sleepy Monday we will have some important bank earnings and we start this week the regular central bank meetings too. From US bank earnings worth to mention among others  Morgan Stanley, Citigroup and Goldman Sachs. From Central banks we have Bank of Canada and ECB rate decisions and we finish the week with Chinese GDP and with US presidential inauguration boycotted by

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Mr Price Action/ January 7, 2017/ Weekly Macro/ 0 comments

After a quiet year-end we started the New Year in a pretty busy tone. The solid employment report on Friday helped to support equities and USD. The first full trading week ahead with less data however some of them could be key market movers. Especially Chinese inflation and Trade balance, UK Manufacturing and Industrial production and US Unemployment, Retail Sales

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