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28 October 2015

Media reviews

Natalya Indeeva

3Q GDP Another Reason to Delay Rate Hike (News 28/10/2015)

Amid a slew of economic data scheduled for release this week, the first reading of third-quarter gross domestic product (or GDP) due out Thursday will be one of the most closely-watched as the self-described "data dependent" Federal Reserve mulls the timing of the first interest rate hike in nearly a decade.
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Market sessions

Anna Kokoreva

The Fed Rate Decision is Forming New Currency Market Trends

On Wednesday, 28th October investor attention is firmly focussed on currencies such as USD, EUR, AUD and NZD. During last night some Australian stats on consumer inflation in Q3 of 2015 came out. The figures showed a rise of just 0.5% YoY (expected: 0.6%). QoQ inflation growth was up to 1.5% (expected: 1.7%).
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Market sessions

Vadim Josub

Apple Makes Biggest Annual Profit Ever Made

The largest public company in the world, Apple, has just released its 2015 results. Apple has announced that in this financial year it has made a $53.4 billion profit which, besides being a world record for companies of all time, is also a corporate achievement in itself. As The Telegraph notes, it is the first ever public company to make over $1 billion in profits per calendar week. The company’s yearly revenue for the year is up by 28% and stands at a record $234 billion.
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Market sessions

Vladislav Antonov

Pound/Dollar: Expected Consolidation at 1.53 Till Evening

UK GDP for Q3 data weakened the GBP’s position across all pairs. Despite weak stats from the US, the pound/dollar renewed a European minimum. As I expected, the pound fell below 1.5305.
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Market sessions

Vladislav Antonov

Euro/Dollar: Expected Consolidation Till American Session

On Tuesday the DXY index closed up slightly, despite the weak US stats. Durable goods orders, the consumer confidence index and the service sector PMI for the country were all worse than expected.
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27 October 2015

Media reviews

Natalya Indeeva

U.S. Durable Orders Down 1.2% in September (News 27/10/2015)

New orders for durable goods—turbines, trucks and other products designed to last at least three years—declined a seasonally adjusted 1.2% in September from a month earlier, the Commerce Department said Tuesday. August durable goods orders dropped a revised 3%.
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Commodities

Anna Kokoreva

Brent Down to $47 per Barrel

Tuesday is seeing a continuation of the fall in oil prices. Brent and WTI are trading close to their supports at $47 and $43.4 respectively. Pressure on oil quotes is compounding before US reserve data comes out and the Fed meeting concludes.
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Market sessions

Vladislav Antonov

Pound/Dollar: Expected Update of Friday’s Minimum

After a fall to 1.5305, the pound/dollar rebounded to the LB. My yesterday’s expectations rang true. At 12:30 EET, preliminary UK GDP data for Q3 will come out. It’s expected to be down QoQ and unchanged YoY.
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Market sessions

Vladislav Antonov

Euro/Dollar: Readying for a Fall

My Monday’s expectations came off fully. The euro/dollar lifted to 1.1055 and then fell to 1.1003. From here it renewed to 1.1067 due to weak US housing data. Sales of new homes fell to 468,000. The previous value was reassessed down from 552k to 529k.
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