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Amwal Al Ghad English - 2014-11-11 08:16:15
The dollar started trade in Asia with a bid tone, having reversed some of its post-payrolls losses as investors were quick to rebuild long positions amid an absence of major drivers. It was back near 115.00 yen and not far off Friday's seven-year peak of 115.60, after recovering from a dip to 113.86. The greenback also climbed on the euro, which eased to $1.2421 from above $1.2500. That caused the dollar index to bounce to 87.820 and within striking distance of a four-year high of 88.190. Investors had taken profits on extremely long dollar positions on Friday after headline U.S. payroll figures missed more optimistic expectations. The report, however, still painted an encouraging picture of the U.S. labor market. "USD buyers took advantage of the post-NFP dip to build on longs," Elsa Lignos, senior currency strategist at RBC Capital Markets, wrote in a note to clients. "We argued that relative to anything other than rather bloated expectations, Friday's payrolls report was a solid release and we prefer to fade USD weakness this week." More»
Amwal Al Ghad English - 2014-11-10 07:38:54
The dollar edged lower in Asia on Monday as U.S. Treasury yields sagged, after Friday's U.S. jobs data fell short of expectations and prompted some investors to take profits on extremely long dollar positions. The dollar index .DXY slipped about 0.3 percent to 87.368, following a 0.4 percent fall on Friday when it retreated from 88.190 - a high not seen since June 2010. U.S. employers added 214,000 jobs to their payrolls last month, missing forecasts for 231,000. Still, details of the report were solid, with the unemployment rate dipping to a fresh six-year low of 5.8 percent even as more people entered the work force. The disappointing headline figure prompted a rally in U.S. Treasury prices and knocked yields off one-month peaks hit shortly before the release of the jobs data. The yield on benchmark 10-year Treasury notes US10YT=RR stood at 2.304 percent in Asian trade, below its U.S. close of 2.312 percent on Friday. More»
Amwal Al Ghad English - 2014-11-06 07:13:38
The dollar stumbled against the yen on Thursday as investors sold into a steep rally ahead of key events including the European Central Bank's policy meeting and U.S. nonfarm payrolls. The euro dangled just above a two-year trough with investors waiting to see how ECB chief Mario Draghi deals with dissent later in the day. The dollar was down 0.2 percent at 114.39 yen JPY= after storming to a seven-year high of 115.52. Traders said the greenback was prone to buckling after rallying more than 5 percent against the yen since last Friday's surprise monetary easing by the Bank of Japan. The dollar index .DXY fell 0.3 percent to 87.224 after hitting a 4-1/2 year peak of 87.606 overnight. The euro last traded at $1.2515 EUR=, flirting once again with a two-year low of $1.2439 set early in the week. Disappointing surveys of euro zone business growth and a surprise decision by the BOJ last week to enhance its already massive monetary stimulus have added pressure on the ECB to ease more. More»
Amwal Al Ghad English - 2014-10-22 08:28:44
The euro flirted with one-week lows on Wednesday following a Reuters report that the European Central Bank is considering buying corporate bonds, while a recovery in risk appetite underpinned the dollar against the yen. The euro EUR= briefly fell to $1.2706 its lowest level since Thursday and last stood at $1.2723, little changed from late U.S. levels but still lethargic after 0.7 percent fall on Tuesday. Several sources told Reuters the ECB is considering buying corporate bonds on the secondary market and may make a final decision as soon as December with a view to begin buying the bonds early next year.   The move, if realized, would expand the private-sector asset-buying program the ECB began on Monday, which is aimed at fostering lending to businesses in the hope of spurring growth. "It seems like quantitative easing by the ECB is within sight," said a trader at a Japanese bank. More»
Amwal Al Ghad English - 2014-10-20 07:47:18
The dollar gained on Monday after upbeat data restored some calm to the financial markets, prompting equities to rally back from deep losses and triggering a rise in Treasury yields. The greenback got a further lift against the yen after reports that Japan's $1.2 trillion Government Pension Investment Fund (GPIF) could boost foreign asset holdings, seen spurring demand for foreign currencies. The dollar was up 0.4 percent at 107.345 yen, pulling further away from a five-week low of 105.195 hit the previous week.  The U.S. currency hit a six-year high at the start of this month, poking above 110 yen - a level at which nearly half of Japanese firms think the government should start defending it, according to a Reuters poll. "The dollar could extend its gains to the mid-107 yen level if equity market sentiment in Asia and Europe improve," said Masafumi Yamamoto, a market strategist for Praevidentia Strategy in Tokyo. "The GPIF news is also rare as it touches on figures related to foreign asset allocations and could be leading to further selling of the yen." More»
Amwal Al Ghad English - 2014-10-18 08:07:36
Rolls-Royce Holdings Plc (RR/) said sales will decline this year and could fall again in 2015 as a worsening economic situation prompts clients to delay orders and sanctions over the Ukraine crisis stall Russian contracts. Shares of London-based Rolls-Royce fell as much as 16 percent as the world’s second-biggest maker of aircraft engines said revenue will drop by between 3.5 and 4 percent in 2014, with free cash flow dwindling to about 350 million pounds ($564 million), or less than half the figure previously anticipated. Today’s forecast-downgrade is the second at Rolls this year after the company said in February that lower demand for defense equipment meant annual sales would fail to grow for the first time in a decade. The latest warning comes as international sanctions block diesel-engine exports to Russia from a German unit and the global economy shows signs of a reversal. “Everywhere you look you see signs of economic deterioration,” Chief Executive Officer John Rishton said on a conference call. “Whether it’s the oil price reduction, a 40 percent fall in iron ore, the euro, a slowdown in China, a cutback in expenditures by oil and gas companies, a slowdown in growth in South America -- it’s everywhere.” More»
Amwal Al Ghad English - 2014-10-16 08:19:50
French supermarket giant Carrefour SA (CA.FR, CRRFY) on Thursday said third-quarter sales slipped 0.1% because of weaker currencies in Latin America and lower fuel prices in France. Third-quarter sales fell to 21.08 billion euros ($27 billion) from EUR21.1 billion a year earlier. Excluding the foreign-currency effect and fuel-price fluctuation, sales rose 2.8%, the retailer said. Carrefour reported its seventh consecutive quarter of organic growth, Carrefour's Chief Financial Officer Pierre-Jean Sivignon told reporters in a conference call. Sales in France, which account for nearly half its total sales, fell 1.1% to EUR10.04 billion, mainly due to cheaper fuel. Excluding the effect of fuel prices, sales in France rose 0.2%. The performance is notable since the poor weather in Europe during the summer and low inflation had an adverse effect on the company's sales. Mr. Sivignon reiterated that the market consensus for operating profit at EUR2.38 billion for 2014 is "reasonable." More»
Amwal Al Ghad English - 2014-10-16 08:15:35
It’s bottom-feeding time for oil stocks, although caution is in order: We may not yet be at an actual bottom for oil prices. The worst-performing S&P Composite 1500 subsector this year has been Oil & Gas Drilling, down 22% through Tuesday, according to FactSet. The Oil & Gas Equipment and Services sector hasn’t fared much better, with a drop of 17%. Oil prices have been hit especially hard recently, with Brent crude oil for November delivery down 2% Wednesday to $84.03 a barrel just after 4 p.m. Eastern time. Brent crude has slumped 24% this year. Investors are seeing value after some oil stocks plunged 50% or more this year. Here are the 10 S&P 1500 stocks in the Oil & Gas production and Oilfield Services/Equipment subsectors that rose 7% or more Wednesday: More»
Amwal Al Ghad English - 2014-10-16 07:44:22
The dollar was sharply lower on Thursday, its appeal deeply dented after poor U.S. data added to growth concerns that sent equities tumbling and Treasury yields plunging. Already on shaky ground after being buffeted by growth concerns over the past few sessions, a string of downbeat economic data including weak retail sales and manufacturing activity numbers dealt Wall Street a fresh blow overnight, sending the S&P 500 .SPX down by as much as 4.4 percent at one point. Safe-haven U.S. Treasuries rallied in response, with the poor data further diminishing prospects for an early rate hike by the Federal Reserve. The benchmark 10-year yield US10YT=RR momentarily sliced below the 2 percent threshold to a 17-month trough. The dollar fell to a five-week trough against the yen and a three-week low versus the euro as yields slid. The greenback came off lows as Treasury yields partially retraced their decline, although bargain hunters were half-hearted in their bids. "There are those out there buying the dollar on dips, but it is difficult for them to commit themselves unless U.S. equities first recover and stop the decline in Treasury yields," said Junichi Ishikawa, a market strategist at IG Securities. More»
Amwal Al Ghad English - 2014-10-15 07:57:43
The euro wallowed on Wednesday after disappointing data out of Europe knocked the single currency, lifting the dollar index to a one-week high. Adding to the gloom, China's inflation rate slowed more than expected in September to a near five-year low, heightening concerns that global growth is cooling and raising the pressure on governments to take bolder measures to shore up their economies. The dollar also gained on the yen, whose status as a perennial safe-haven favorite is gradually fading. "It's a different scenario than it was before, when the yen usually gained in risk-off environments on safe-haven bids," said Ayako Sera, senior market strategist at Sumitomo Mitsui Trust Bank in Tokyo. Higher import costs resulting from a weaker currency has in turn eroded Japan's balance of trade, further undermining the yen. Japanese Economics Minister Akira Amari said in parliament on Wednesday that the government is not pursuing a policy to intentionally weaken the yen, and that it is necessary to monitor any negative impact from rising import prices. More»