Exclusive interviews with leading policymakers that convey the true policy message that impacts markets.
Reporting on key macro data at the time of release.
Real-time insight on key fixed income and fx markets.
- Emerging MarketsEmerging Markets
Real-time insight of emerging markets in CEMEA, Asia and LatAm region
- MNI ResearchMNI Research
Actionable insight on monetary policy, balance sheet and inflation with focus on global issuance. Analysis on key political risk impacting the global markets.
- About Us
FOREX: -Another day of wild gyrations in GBP as markets began to realize the
Brexit breakthrough announced yesterday is more the end of the beginning, rather
than the beginning of the end of the process. News that May's long-awaited
cabinet meeting will not result in a press statement raised fears that ministers
are still deliberating, disagreed and arguing over the final deal - sending
sterling sharply lower however much of move was entirely reversed as No10
clarified that the minister 'misspoke'. GBP climbed to new session highs late
after headline, "MAY HAS SECURED CABINET SUPPORT FOR HER BREXIT DEAL"-Telegraph.
-Despite a lower open, the USD index looked to make up much of the losses ahead
of the close as equities resumed their march lower and traders shied away from
risk, in turn supressing US yields across the curve.
-Outside of the majors, SEK was the poorest performer as Swedish CPI fell well
short of expectations, denting recent expectations of a near-term recovery in
-Attention turns to Australian jobs numbers, UK and US retail sales and plenty
of central bank speeches from Fed, ECB and Riksbank members Thursday.