All eyes on NFP jobs report

By Craig Erlam It’s been another fascinating week in financial markets and it’s not over yet, with the US jobs report still to come amid some interest rate uncertainty. The Fed meeting

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Huge uncertainty in week ahead

By Craig Erlam Uncertainty sums up the feeling in the markets at the moment and that is highlighted by the moves seen on the opening day of the week. Equity markets in

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Relief rally already struggling

By Craig Erlam Equity markets have erased early gains to trade in the red on Thursday, as investors take a cautious approach ahead of Friday’s jobs report. The narrative in recent days

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A welcome US jobs report

By Craig Erlam Investors appeared relatively pleased with Friday’s U.S. jobs report, despite some initial choppy trade following the release. The headline non-farm payrolls figure was a little larger than expected at

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All eyes on U.S. jobs report

By Craig Erlam Stock markets in Europe opened positively on Friday after what has been an otherwise rotten week, while Asia was fairly mixed ahead of the US jobs report. It will

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Markets cautious post-jobs report

By Craig Erlam A relatively slow start to the week as investors continue to digest Friday’s jobs report and what it means for financial markets, just as some optimism was returning. The

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Struggling for parity

By Jeffrey Halley    Things are looking messy, especially in Forex Land where the Euro is within a hair’s breadth of trading at parity with the US Dollar Tuesday morning. Overnight, the single

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NFP says ‘What Recession!’

By Edward Moya The US economy is clearly not slowing as fast as many were thinking as the labour market remains robust. America added 372,000 NFP jobs in June, much better than

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Tragedy in Japan

By Jeffrey Halley    Japan’s former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is in “grave condition” after being shot while campaigning for parliamentary elections in the city of Nara. Current PM Fumio Kishida said Abe

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Recession meltdown

By Jeffrey Halley    Recession fears buffeted markets overnight, with the price action across various asset classes looking like a self-sustaining negative feedback loop, triggering more stop losses as prices slumped and dragging

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