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Officials at the Bank of Japan (BoJ) said today that they were pushing back the time frame for achieving their 2% inflation target to the end of 2019, marking yet another defeat in the bank’s long-term battle against deflation. When the target was introduced by BoJ Governor Haruhiko Kuroda in 2013, it was forecast that... View article >
Summer markets are in full-swing. There wasn’t any data of note in Asia or Europe and the uncertainty surrounding Thursday’s European Central Bank meeting left currencies in narrow ranges. Bloomberg published an article about the ECB “studying stimulus plan’s according to “unnamed sources” who said that it doesn’t mean a stimulus change is imminent. News... View article >
The Singapore dollar fell on Friday morning following worse than expected GDP data. Singapore’s Ministry of Trade and Industry said that the economy expanded 0.4% in the second quarter, which equates to annualized growth of 2.5%. These numbers fell short of the market forecasts for 1.1% and 2.8% for quarterly and annualized growth respectively. Singapore’s... View article >
The Korean won gained nearly 1% against the US dollar yesterday and by doing so recorded its best day since April. USD/KRW ended the New York session at 1137.4. The move took the won’s 2017 gain against the dollar to 6%. Against the euro, the won gained 1.4% – its best day since November –... View article >
Thailand’s baht remains one of Asia’s best performing currencies this year. Against the US dollar, the baht has gained more than 5% in 2017 and is now buying $0.029, putting it back at 2015 levels. Against the Japanese yen, although the baht has gained only half as much in percentage terms as it has against... View article >
The Bank of Japan (BoJ) are in a battle to maintain extreme levels of monetary policy stimulus – a battle which, to win, must necessarily weaken the Japanese yen. On Friday, the yen locked in its fourth consecutive weekly loss against the US dollar, its seventh such loss against the New Zealand dollar, and it... View article >
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