US February ISM manufacturing 60.8 vs 58.6 expected
01 Mar 21 (Mon)
Public Health England does not think new variants represent a threat to the wider public.
I am very confident that testing kits will help keep cases down as schools reopen next week....
Bond yields remain meaningfully lower than pre-pandemic levels
Expects inflation levels to rise, but not to problematic levels
Remains confident that Fed will reach inflation go...
IRANIAN PRESIDENT: THE NUCLEAR DEAL WAS AN IMPORTANT AGREEMENT AND THERE WAS AN INTERNATIONAL PLAN TO FAIL IT
Eurozone February final manufacturing PMI 57.9 vs 57.7 prelim
The US Dollar climbed higher last Friday by a sharp rise in U.S. Treasury yields, while riskier currencies were hit hard amid fears central banks will have to tighten sooner than previously expecte...
There is no fundamental justification for a tightening of nominal bond yields at the long end
Governing Council should instruct board at March 11 meeting to fight unwarranted tighten...
26 Feb 21 (Fri)
Gold continues to head lower today, dropped to 1722 main support level. The precious metal is trading at its lowest levels since June.
U Mich February final consumer sentiment 76.8 vs 76.5 expected
US January PCE core +1.5% y/y vs +1.4% expected
BOJ purchases ETF for the first time this month amid market rout
Japan PM Suga: We will end state of emergency in six prefectures at the end of this month
1. US PCE Inflation Numbers
Watch out for US Core PCE data which its preferred inflation gauge by Fed. The Core PCE price index is expected to rise by 0.2% in January. Ye...
US Q4 GDP (second reading) +4.1% vs +4.2% expected
25 Feb 21 (Thu)
US weekly initial jobless claims 730k vs 825k expected
US January prelim durable goods orders +3.4% vs +1.1% expected
Fed Chair Powell reiterated on Wednesday that the central bank would not adjust policy until the economy is clearly improving, and will look through any near-term spike in inflation. The remar...
1. U.S. Gross Domestic Product (GDP)
Keep your eye on the US GDP Growth on Thursday. The US fourth-quarter gross domestic product is expected to come to 4.1%.
Bond buying will continue our current pace until see the actual data moving closer to inflation, employment goals
This will be the year in which the Fed engages with public on digital dol...
24 Feb 21 (Wed)
- Lots of slack remains in the labor market, still a long way to go to maximum employment
- Will be purchasing assets at their current pace until data shows progress towards goals...
Crude oil inventories showed a build of 1.285M vs - 6.5M estimate
- We take our inflation remit very seriously
- Inflation expectations are remarkably stable,do not point to above-target inflation
- We will continue to monitor these expectatio...