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2023-09-15 20:19 UTC+3
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2023-09-15 19:08 UTC+3
15.09.2023: Gold prices set to resume rally. Outlook for oil, gold, RUB
2023-09-15 15:41 UTC+3
15.09.2023: China puts pressure on USD, JPY loses hope for uptrend. USDX, USD/JPY, AUD/USD, NZD/USD
2023-09-15 13:34 UTC+3
14.09.2023: Wall Street less sensitive to inflation data than US Fed? (S&P500, USD, CAD, Bitcoin)
2023-09-14 20:03 UTC+3
14.09.2023: ECB’s decision hampers USD uptrend. Outlook for EUR/USD and GBP/USD
2023-09-14 17:21 UTC+3
14.09.2023: USD seeks reasons to soar. Outlook for USDX, USD/JPY, AUD/USD, NZD/USD
2023-09-14 15:39 UTC+3
14.09.2023: Oil prices to resume gains. Outlook for oil, gold, RUB
2023-09-14 15:21 UTC+3
13.09.2023: Ready! Steady! Go! US dollar set to hit new highs. Outlook for EUR/USD and GBP/USD
2023-09-13 18:36 UTC+3
13.09.2023: Oil gains as experts predict tight supplies. Outlook for oil, gold, RUB
2023-09-13 16:11 UTC+3
13.09.2023: JPY’s rally on Ueda’s comments not sustainable. USDX, USD/JPY, AUD/USD, NZD/USD, USD/INR
2023-09-13 15:46 UTC+3
12.09.2023: Wall Street to retrace after rally of high-tech stocks (S&P500, USD, CAD, Bitcoin)
2023-09-12 19:09 UTC+3
12.09.2023: Markets anticipate key reports. Outlook for EUR/USD and GBP/USD
2023-09-12 17:32 UTC+3
12.09.2023: Oil market awaits US data. Outlook for oil, gold, RUB
2023-09-12 17:13 UTC+3
12.09.2023: AI boosts ‘Magnificent Seven’ stocks while USD shows resilience. USDX, USD/JPY, AUD/USD
2023-09-12 15:12 UTC+3
Forex forecast 09/12/2023 on EUR/USD, GOLD, Crude Oil and Bitcoin from Petar Jacimovic
2023-09-12 11:36 UTC+3
11.09.2023: Wall Street poised to open new week with gains (S&P500, USD, CAD, Bitcoin)
2023-09-11 20:42 UTC+3
The long-awaited inflation report was released, but investors did not clear up their expectations. Inflation remained sticky in August and surpassed the consensus in a few metrics. Instead of a surge in volatility, the CPIs baffled investors.

The US stock market was hit by selling on Tuesday. After a rally on Monday, the benchmark stock indices closed in the red yesterday. The Dow Jones logged the smallest loss of a 0.05% downtick. The Nasdaq dropped by 1.04%, having negated all gains of Monday. The S&P 500 skipped by 0.57% to close at 4,461.
In the New York pre-market, the major stock indices traded quietly, wavering between dips and gains. Futures on the stock indices shed 0.05-0.16% before the opening bell. The S&P 500 is expected to trade in the intraday corridor between 4,440 and 4,500.
Oracle shares tumbled by 13% to their lowest since June after the cloud services provider projected current quarter revenues below target figures.
Cloud computing giants Amazon and Microsoft's shares fell by more than 1% weighed down by Oracle's weak forecast and the rise in yields of US Treasuries.
Apple shares dropped by 1.8% after the rollout of the new iPhones. Notably, the manufacturer did not raise prices due to a global slump in smartphone sales. Apple stocks also took a hit from news that the Chinese company Huawei Technologies increased its shipment forecast for the Mate 60 series smartphones in the second half of the year by 20%.
The most heavily sold shares in the S&P 500 index were Tesla's, which sank by 2.23%.
Of the 11 sector indices in the S&P 500, eight declined. The leaders in the drop were information technology and communication services. However, the S&P energy index gained 2.31%, unsurprisingly, as oil quotes rose by 1% on Tuesday, intensifying inflationary fears in the market.
Futures on stock indices traded mixed on Wednesday but showed a slight uptick after inflation data was released. The data painted a relatively mixed picture, which might have limited influence on the Federal Reserve's policy moves, largely dependent on either an optimistic or pessimistic view of the situation. The Labor Department reported that the CPI climbed by 0.6% in August from a month ago in line with the consensus. It is the strongest month-on-month growth since June 2022. The CPI grew moderately by 0.2% in the two previous months. The gasoline price is mainly to blame for acceleration with its 10.6% jump versus a 0.2% increase in July. Gasoline accounts for more than half of the inflation growth. The energy price leapt by 5.6% from a 0.1% uptick because all energy components went up. The annual inflation rate accelerated to 3.7% in August from 3.2% in July. The score is higher than the expected 3.6% growth. Though consumer prices have grown for the second month in a row, the annual rate declined from the peak of 9.1% in June 2022.The core CPI excluding volatile food and energy prices rose by 0.3% in August on month, an uptick higher than 0.2% in the consensus and after a 0.2% increase in July. Costs of services not related to energy, namely, transport and housing, went sharply up. Such components are viewed as a barometer of inflation driven by demand and is closely monitored by the Federal Reserve. The annual rate of core inflation slipped to 4.3% last month, the lowest level since September 2021, from 4.7% in July, matching the forecast. Prices of accommodation, vacation, clothing, and new vehicles declined. Besides, prices of second-hand cars and trucks as well as medical services went down.
The vast majority of financial markets anticipate that the Federal Reserve will leave interest rates unchanged next Wednesday, but a rate hike in November remains on the agenda as inflation in the services sector, excluding housing, continues to run high.
As for the corporate sector, Apple shares fell by 0.4% in the pre-market the day after they ended down 1.7%. Meanwhile, other top mega-caps rebounded, including Tesla, which added 1.8%.
Ford shares gained 1.8% due to plans to double the production of F-150 hybrid pickups by 2024.


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