Market Analysis

ECB rate hike But makes EUR weak!

This rate hike, is the tenth consecutive policy rate hike since July last year, hiking all interest rates by 25bp and the rate is 4.5 right now. Higher inflation and inflation forecasts look like the main drivers of the hike. The ECB’s communication is clear: today was the lastย hike in the current cycle

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The Pressure of the Saudi Oil on the Market

The pressure of the Saudis on oil opens the oil foot to the forex market.
The US dollar: With the increase in oil prices and the vulnerability of the Euro and the yen from this, the US dollar still has no competitors and is rising in the market.

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Investors think the Federal Reserve won’t raise interest rates anymore.

The market reaction can be considered a clear end to the inflationary cycle. It is driven by recent economic indicators, such as the decrease in job creation and consumer confidence. It’s worth noting that this economic slowdown is not seen as an indication of an upcoming recession, which would necessitate interest rate cuts.

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Does Powell motivate US dollar buyers?

Could Powell be a buyer Despite the Fed’s updated dot plot last week suggesting two more rate hikes may be in the works, market participants are finding it hard to believe. Federal Reserve Chairman Powell did not convince the market when he held a press conference after the decision. However, he will be given another chance to get his message across this week when he testifies before Congress on Wednesday and Thursday at 5:30 p.m. Tehran time. Will he wake up the US dollar?

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Federal Reserve splits highlighted by May FOMC minutes

The minutes to the 3 May FOMC meeting when it hiked rates by 25bp echo the comments we have been hearing from officials. “Some” members clearly think there is more work to do to constrain inflation, but “several” think they may have already done enough. The market pricing of a 30% chance of a June hike seems fair, but volatility looks set to continue

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Will USDJPY’s bullish rally end?

The Japanese yen is in a tight buyer position, which could be the end of a 1-week rally for the US dollar. During this time, the yen fell and the day hit a six-month low.

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