UK media with the report that there is a “fierce” internal struggle over approving the trade agreement with Australia.  UK government split between the Department of Agriculture and the Department for International Trade over the terms of the agreement. ministers disagree on whether to allow tariff-free access to Australian farmers Liz Truss, Minister of International Trade,
Commodity currencies are trading as the weaker ones for today so far, as risk markets turn softer. Major European indexes are in slight red,. while US futures point to lower open. Yen is currently the stronger ones, followed by Swiss Franc and then Dollar. But overall, major pairs and crosses are still generally stuck in
Atlanta Federal Reserve President Raphael Bostic told CNBC on Monday that he’s comfortable with the central bank’s ultra-loose policy even as inflation gains steam in the U.S. economy. “We are still 8 million jobs short of where we were pre-pandemic,” Bostic told CNBC’s Steve Liesman during a “Squawk Box” interview. “Until we make substantial progress
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NASDAQ test the 50 hour moving average. S&P test 100 hour moving average The S&P and NASDAQ index moved to new session highs. The S&P index reached 4173.43, while the NASDAQ index reached 13406.86. At the highs, the indices were testing key hourly moving averages. Looking at the S&P index, the 100 hour moving average comes in at 4173.90. The high price
China’s April data sent a mixed message about the economy. Retail sales expanded +17.7% y/y in April, significantly weaker than consensus of +25% and March’s +34.2%.  Urban fixed asset investment (FAI) growth moderated to +19.9% in the first 4 months of the year, from +25.6% in 1Q21. The market had anticipated a growth of +19%.