CPI came in a lot hotter than expected, specifically services inflation which carries huge importance for the Bank of England ...
The U.S. dollar, as measured by the DXY index, dropped nearly 0.8% this past week. This weakness was primarily driven by a ...
The U.S. economic calendar will be relatively quiet in the coming week, allowing recent market movements to potentially consolidate. Meanwhile, the release of April inflation data in the UK could ...
Some more perky German sentiment data couldn’t do much for a market fixated firmly on bigger fish coming up later this week ...
Wednesday's U.S. inflation report has the potential to stir volatility across assets, so traders should prepare for the ...
On Wednesday, UK CPI data is expected to drop for both headline and core measures but the consensus estimate for the headline ...
The Japanese Yen made sharp gains on the United States Dollar in Asia on Thursday but has already returned some of them as ...
UK unemployment rose while wages failed to ease in March. Restrictive policy is having an effect on employment but less so on wages. US CPI will be the main catalyst tomorrow ...
The Employment Cost Index rose by more than even the most optimistic of analyst predictions, sending the US dollar higher towards the end of the European session. Compensation costs for civilian ...
For all central bank meeting dates. See the DailyFX Central Bank Calendar Today’s BoE decision (12:00 UK) is expected to see the central bank leaving all policy dials untouched but the MPC may ...
The latest US Jobs Report showed hiring slowed in April with just 175k new jobs added compared to forecasts of 243k and an upwardly revised 315k in March (from 303k). Average hourly earnings y/y ...
Crude oil prices were up but still very close to their opening levels in a rather torpid European Thursday. The previous day saw the release of the United States’ Purchasing Managers Index ...