阿拉伯语新闻

  1. The August Eurozone PMI reports are due out on Thursday, August 22 at 09:00 GMT, and the data are expected to show a further moderation in growth.
  2. Gold prices have stabilized after a volatile showing last week. Gold price action has clung to a bullish trendline ahead of a couple of really big drivers.
  3. With over a third of global seaborne crude oil and a fifth of oil traded worldwide flowing through the Strait of Hormuz, this narrow nautical channel may be the world’s most important chokepoint.
  4. The Euro hasn’t gotten a lot of attention recently as traders have been distracted by Brexit and the US-China trade war. That could soon change.
  5. The US Dollar is flat on the week but a couple of big drivers are ahead on the economic calendar. FOMC Minutes are on the docket for 2 PM ET.
  6. There is in excess of USD 16 trillion of negative yielding government debt (bonds) trading in the market at the moment. Every day investors hold these bonds, they lose money.
  7. The US Dollar may rise vs the Euro if the FOMC meeting minutes cool rising rate cut bets amid growing downside risks to the global economy.
  8. Gold prices are bracing for impact as July’s FOMC meeting minutes set the tone for rate cut expectations. The response from bond yields may be trend-defining.
  9. Will the US Dollar see near-term losses against the Philippine Peso, Singapore Dollar and Malaysian Ringgit? Technical signals seem to point in that direction as FOMC minutes near.
  10. The monthly opening range sits on the radar for AUDUSD as attention turns to the Kansas City Fed Economic Symposium in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.
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