Bear market rally back on?

By Jeffrey Halley       Last Friday’s Wall Street price action was enough to spark risk sentiment rallies on forex markets, led by the usual suspects, the Euro and the Australian Dollar, although not

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Fed may go straight to ludicrous speed

By Moody’s Analytics The June U.S. consumer price index has financial markets increasing their bets on a 100-basis point rate hike at the upcoming meeting of the Federal Open Market Committee. The

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When a plan doesn’t come together

By Jeffrey Halley      Markets in Europe and early New York went “hold my beer” and went into “the Fed is going to hike by one percent, we’re all doomed” mode. The negativity

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Bad medicine is what I need

By Jeffrey Halley      Central banks have gone full Bon Jovi handing out some monetary policy bad medicine over the past 24 hours, as the fight against inflation permeates even the most ardent

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On the ropes

By Craig Erlam Equity markets are tumbling again on Wednesday as the latest batch of inflation data delivered another heavy blow to sentiment. US inflation reached 9.1% in June, up from 8.6%

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Bracing for Big Wednesday

By Jeffrey Halley     Wednesday is shaping up to be a stormy day for markets, with plenty of chances to get dumped and held under the waves for a while. We have already

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Unease ahead of US inflation

By Craig Erlam Another day of significant unease in financial markets as investors nervously await US inflation data and the start of earnings season. The economic calendar goes up a couple of

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