Markets are moving fast and there’s a lot talk about: the high expectations for the Non-Farm Payrolls, a dive into Draghi’s determined drive, an explanation about the plunge of the yen, a look forward into big events in the UK and a look at Brazil.
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- Brazil: Contrary to the first world, Brazil is experiencing inflation and rate hikes and the currency is certainly volatile, even after the elections are in the rear view mirror. We talk about different aspects of the Brazilian economy and what’s next for the world’s No. 7 economy.
- Determined Draghi: The president of the ECB defied discontent and hit the euro hard. The going is tough and the tough get going. We analyze the big event and look ahead to upcoming data. How low can the euro go?
- Kuroda is big in Japan: a 500 pip move does not happen every day. WE provide some background for the madness and its global implications. It’s all-in for Japan.
- Non-Farm Payrolls: Expectations are high for the NFP, but the headline number is not the only thing to look at. Jobs also need higher salaries. Will we see it now or only later?
- BOE takes center stage: The pound returns to center stage with the quarterly report by Carney and co. Also here, wages are an issue. What can we expect?
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