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A couple of light releases to move things along in the session ahead

A couple of light releases to move things along in the session ahead

There will be quite a number of key risk events this week but they will mostly be in the days to come. Major central bank meetings are back in the fold, with the RBA, SNB, and BOE all on the agenda. But for today, it will be a slower start to the week with little on the economic calendar.

At most, the Empire State manufacturing index might offer something in US trading. But in Europe, there’s not a whole lot to work with.

Major currencies are not doing too much, keeping little changed overall. The ranges for the day remain relatively narrow, with the aussie and kiwi mildly weaker.

The softer sentiment from China is one to take note of, with the PBOC continuing to do battle in trying to defend the yuan over the last few weeks. USD/CNY is starting to breach the 7.25 level though, so that might help to keep the dollar underpinned as well.

Looking to the session ahead, there will be a couple of light releases to move things along. But at the balance, we’ll be in for a slower start to the new week.

0800 GMT – SNB total sight deposits w.e. 14 June0800 GMT – Italy May final CPI figures

That’s all for the session ahead. I wish you all the best of days to come and good luck with your trading! Stay safe out there.

This article was written by Justin Low at www.forexlive.com.

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Exclusive: Andrew Taylor Joins Scope Prime as the APAC Head

Exclusive: Andrew Taylor Joins Scope Prime as the APAC Head

Rostro-owned Scope Markets has strengthened its institutional liquidity division, Scope Prime, by appointing Andrew Taylor as the Head of Scope Prime APAC, Finance Magnates learned exclusively.

Growing Scope Prime’s Market Share

In the Sydney-based role, Taylor will be tasked with establishing an operational presence and growing Scope Prime’s share of the market across the Asia-Pacific region. However, his initial focus will be on establishing the regional office.

“The company’s innovative way of providing competitive liquidity across such a diverse range of markets addresses the recurrent client need for comprehensive multi-asset access from a single provider,” Taylor said.

“With demand for these services in APAC markets growing fast, supporting this with a physical presence will without doubt help cement Scope’s position in the region.”

Over Three Decades of Experience

Taylor is a financial markets veteran and brings more than three decades of experience to the new role at Scope Prime. Most recently, he was the Managing Director of ACY Connect, a division of ACY Securities, a role he held for the last couple of years.

According to his LinkedIn profile, he started his career in 1991 at the Spot FX division of Westpac, later joining Tullett Prebon (formerly M.W. Marshalls) and then Travelex.

He entered the retail forex and contracts for differences (CFDs) industry in 2003 by assuming the role of Business Director at easyMarkets, which he held for about two years. After founding and operating Tailored Markets for three years, he joined GFT Global Markets, then moved to Invast Financial Services as the COO. He also headed OneRoyal, another FX and CFDs brand, as the CEO for over six years and then joined IC Markets as the General Manager.

“Combining Andrew’s wealth of industry knowledge with our dynamic product set means that we are well placed to expand our institutional reach across the fast-growing APAC markets,” Daniel Lawrance, CEO of Scope Prime, said.

“The Scope Markets brand is already well known by retail investors in much of the region, but Andrew will be instrumental in building the Group’s presence and aiding in delivering our high-quality solutions to banks, brokerages, and other institutional counterparties within the region.”

This article was written by Arnab Shome at www.financemagnates.com.

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BOJ likely to trim bond buying by ¥2 trillion per month, says former policymaker

BOJ likely to trim bond buying by ¥2 trillion per month, says former policymaker

  • BOJ may raise rates to 0.5% by end of next year
  • That is if economy and prices move in line with forecasts
  • BOJ likely to forgo raising rates in July and wait at least until September

For some context, the BOJ is currently purchasing around ¥6 trillion per month. And they will continue with that pace until the July meeting.

This article was written by Justin Low at www.forexlive.com.

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ECB reportedly have no plans to discuss emergency purchases of French bonds

ECB reportedly have no plans to discuss emergency purchases of French bonds

It is said that the policymakers hadn’t reached a point of discussing the need to dip into their emergency bond-buying scheme to offer support for French debt. However, the sources say that there are varying degrees of concern surrounding French bonds.

For some context, French bonds suffered quite a selloff last week after a snap election was called. That came after Le Pen’s far-right faction, National Rally, is looking to take over the political stronghold there. The risk premium of French bonds against their German counterparts had risen by the most since 2011.

But there are no plans yet to discuss the need to utilise the ECB’s Transmission Protection Instrument (TPI) with regards to this matter, at least for now. The other issue is that France is running a higher deficit than what the EU rules allow for. That’s a challenge for TPI utilisation as it requires countries to comply with parameters surrounding the EU’s fiscal rules.

Anyway, the main worry now is that France may see a similar political transformation to that of Italy in 2022, when Meloni took charge. In the case of Italy, Meloni has toned down her hostile approach towards the EU. And in the case of France, policymakers and lawmakers would be hoping for the same if Le Pen rises to power.

This article was written by Justin Low at www.forexlive.com.

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Australian jobs data (May) – ANZ private survey -2.1% m/m and -18.1% y/y

Australian jobs data (May) – ANZ private survey -2.1% m/m and -18.1% y/y

Some local Australian data, ANZ-Indeed Australian Job Ads for May 2024:

  • -2.1% m/m
  • -18.1% y/y

Says ANZ on the release:

  • -23.9% from its peak in November 2022
  • still more than 20% above pre-pandemic levels
  • “The (revised) ANZ-Indeed Australian Job Ads series shows a softening over 2024, with an 8.2% fall since the end of last year. Other data also show the labour market is cooling, but only gradually”

Last week we had official employment data, still strong but not as strong as it was:

AUD/USD is on its low for the session, down a little to 0.6601

This article was written by Eamonn Sheridan at www.forexlive.com.

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