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Canada: CPI release to encourage BoC hiking pause - INGAccording to James Knightley, Chief International Economist at ING, today’s Canadian CPI figure is likely to encourage the Bank of Canada to pause bef

AUD/USD finds support ahead of 0.7900 mark, one-month lowsHaving refreshed monthly lows in the 0.7900 neighborhood, the AUD/USD pair staged a modest recovery and is now looking to move back above 50-day SMA s

US Dollar hovering over 91.80, session lowsThe greenback, tracked by the US Dollar Index (DXY), remains on the defensive today around the 91.80/70 band, or daily lows. US Dollar fades post-FOM

Ex-BOJ’s Kiuchi: it's impossible for BOJ to exit easing with no damageFormer Bank of Japan (BOJ) board member Kiuchi is out on the wires now, via Reuters, noting that BOJ’s exit from the easy policy will cause some damag

When are German/ Eurozone flash PMIs and how could they affect EUR/USD?German/ Eurozone flash PMIs Overview Amongst the Euro are economies, the PMI reports from Germany and Eurozone as an entire bloc hold more relevance,

USD/JPY bounces off lows, still weaker around 112.00 markRenewed geopolitical tensions boosted the Japanese Yen's safe-haven appeal and pushed the USD/JPY pair back below the 112.00 handle during Asian sessi

IDR: Chances of a 25bps cut from Bank Indonesia - TDSAnalysts at TDS expect Bank Indonesia to keep the benchmark 7-day reverse repo rate unchanged at 4.50%, but they concede that there is an almost equal

Sources: Japanese snap election date set for Oct 22nd - BBGBloomberg quoted sources with the direct knowledge of the matter, stating that the Japanese snap election date is set for Oct 22nd. Last hour, we had

US and Eurozone PMIs and UK PM May’s speech amongst market movers today – Danske BankIn view of analysts at Danske Bank, markets will keep a close eye on Theresa May's speech on Brexit in Florence this afternoon, where she will outline

UK: Focus on PM May’s speech in Florence - TDSAnalysts at TDS point out that UK Prime Minister Theresa May delivers a speech on Brexit at 2:15pm BST in Florence and will be a key event for today’s

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