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U.S Mortgage Rates Break Back Through to 3% as Treasury Yields Climb

Mortgage rates were on the rise for a 3rd consecutive week in the week ending 4th March. Following a 16-basis points jump from the week prior; 30-year fixed rates rose by a further 5 basis points to 3.02%. Compared to this time last year, 30-year fixed rates were down by 27 basis points. 30-year fixed rates were also down by 192 basis points since November 2018’s last peak of 4.94%. Notably, however, it was the first plus 3% week since July of last year. Economic Data from the Week It was a relatively busy first half of the week on the U.S economic calendar. ISM Manufacturing and Non-Manufacturing PMI and ADP nonfarm employment figures for February were in focus. The stats were skewed to ...

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The Week Ahead – Economic Data, Monetary Policy, and China in Focus

For the Dollar: It’s a quieter week ahead. February inflation figures are due out on Wednesday and Friday along with consumer sentiment figures on Friday. JOLT’s job openings and weekly jobless claims figures will also draw attention on Thursday, however. With market sensitivity to inflation heightened in recent weeks, expect plenty of influence from the numbers. The Dollar Spot Index ended the week up by 1.22% to 91.985. For the EUR: It’s a busier week ahead on the economic data front. German industrial production figures are due out on Monday ahead of finalized 4th quarter GDP numbers for the Eurozone on Tuesday. Barring another revision, the GDP figures, expect Germany’s industrial ...

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The Crypto Daily – Movers and Shakers – March 7th, 2021

A mixed start to the day saw Bitcoin rise to an early morning intraday high $49,238.0 before hitting reverse. Falling short of the first major resistance level at $50,074, Bitcoin fell to an early afternoon intraday low $47,159.0. Steering clear of the first major support level at $47,002, Bitcoin revisited $49,000 levels before easing back. The near-term bullish trend remained intact in spite of latest pullback. For the bears, Bitcoin would need to slide through the 62% FIB of $24,751 to form a near-term bearish trend. The Rest of the Pack Across the rest of the majors, it was a mixed day on Saturday. Ethereum rallied by 8.05% to lead the way. Binance Coin  (+0.48%), Chainlink (+1.10%), ...

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Ethereum 10% dans une tendance positive Par Investing.com

© Reuters. Ethereum 10% dans une tendance positive Investing.com - évoluait à $ 1.683,54 à 01:21 (00:21 GMT) sur Investing.com Index  Dimanche, en hausse de 10,01% sur la journée. Il s'agit de la plus forte hausse depuis le 1 mars. Cette progression a pousse la capitalisation totale de Ethereum a $192,88B, soit 12,66% de la capitalisation totale du marché des crypto-monnaies. A son sommet historique, la capitalisation de Ethereum a atteint $225,07B. Ethereum a évolué au sein d'un range s'étendant de $1.650,94 a $1.683,78 sur les dernières 24 heures. Sur les 7 derniers jours, Ethereum a affiché une progression de +15,5%. Le volume d'échange sur ...

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The Crypto Daily – Movers and Shakers – March 6th, 2021

Bitcoin, BTC to USD, rose by 0.91% on Friday. Partially reversing a 4.01% slide from Thursday, Bitcoin ended the day at $48,830.0. A bearish start to the day saw Bitcoin slide to an early morning intraday low $46,417.0 before making a move. Bitcoin fell through the first major support level at $46,735 before striking a late intraday high $49,489.0. Falling short of the first major resistance level at $50,909, Bitcoin fell back to $48,600 levels before wrapping up the day at $48,800 levels. The near-term bullish trend remained intact in spite of latest pullback. For the bears, Bitcoin would need to slide through the 62% FIB of $24,751 to form a near-term bearish trend. The Rest of the Pack ...

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Cardano 13% dans une tendance positive Par Investing.com

© Reuters. Cardano 13% dans une tendance positive Investing.com - évoluait à $ 1,178095 à 01:30 (00:30 GMT) sur Investing.com Index  Samedi, en hausse de 13,13% sur la journée. Il s'agit de la plus forte hausse depuis le 26 février. Cette progression a pousse la capitalisation totale de Cardano a $37,494357B, soit 2,60% de la capitalisation totale du marché des crypto-monnaies. A son sommet historique, la capitalisation de Cardano a atteint $41,646475B. Cardano a évolué au sein d'un range s'étendant de $1,158271 a $1,178126 sur les dernières 24 heures. Sur les 7 derniers jours, Cardano a affiché une chute de -3,01%. Le volume d'échange sur ...

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The Weekly Wrap – Rising Yields and A Dollar Resurgence Was the Story of the Week

Out of the U.S It was another relatively busy week on the economic data front. In the first half of the week, private sector PMI figures were in focus along with ADP nonfarm employment numbers. It was a mixed set of stats for the markets. While manufacturing sector activity picked up in February, service sector growth hit a speed bump. In February, the ISM Manufacturing PMI rose from 52.6 to 54.4. The Non-Manufacturing PMI, however, fell from 58.7 to 55.3. The ADP numbers were not much better. In February, nonfarm employment rose by 117k in February, according to the ADP. Economists had forecast a 177k rise. On Thursday, the market attention shifted to the weekly jobless claims figures ...

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European Equities: A Week in Review

The Stats It was a busy week on the economic data front, with February private sector PMIs in focus. Manufacturing PMI numbers impressed, while the services sector continued to struggle as a result of extended containment measures. Weighed by service sector woes, the Eurozone’s composite PMI rose modestly from 47.8 to 48.8. The overall picture continued to paint a gloomy picture and reflected the downside risks to the Eurozone economy. Other stats in the week included German and Eurozone retail sales and unemployment figures and German factory orders. Retail sales figures were particularly disappointing, while both Germany and the Eurozone’s unemployment rates held steady in January. At the ...

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Stocks Retreat Despite Strong Non Farm Payrolls Report

Treasury Yields Continue To Move Higher After Powell Fails To Calm Markets Yesterday, S&P 500 found itself under pressure while Treasury yields moved higher after Fed Chair Jerome Powell did not signal that the Fed would do anything specific about the recent sell-off in the bond market. Powell stated that the Fed was monitoring the current situation and that it had tools to support markets if necessary. However, investors clearly wanted to hear more about potential measures to stop the upside trend in Treasury yields. Meanwhile, rising yields provided additional support to the U.S. dollar which rallied against a broad basket of currencies. Not surprisingly, precious metals were under ...

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Having a Trading Plan is More Important than Just Focusing on NFP Report

From experience, it’s not knowing about the accuracy of “number” that brings success but how to trade it. Who to follow? How financial markets – bonds, stocks currencies, the dollar, gold – will be affected. In my opinion, it all starts with the reaction to the number by Treasury traders. They are the smartest traders in the world and they control a lot of money. So latch on to the Treasury futures contract. Do not try to trade the headline number. You’ll get whip-sawed. Follow the yields. They are what got us here in the first place. While the small time players are being told by the brokers to “focus” on the NFP number, the professionals know that this one report will not recover the 10 ...

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German Factory Orders Rise But Fail to Impress the EUR

After a particularly quiet economic calendar through the Asian session, German factory orders were in focus. Manufacturing data from Germany has been upbeat at the turn of the year. Factory orders for January needed to be aligned with the survey-based data. Factory Orders In January, factory orders increased by 1.4%, coming in ahead of a forecasted 0.7% increase. In December, orders had fallen by 1.9%. According to Destatis, Compared with January 2020, new orders were up 2.5% and up by 3.7% when compared with February 2020. Domestic orders slid by 2.6%, while foreign orders increased by 4.2%, month-on-month. New orders from the euro area rose 3.9%, with new orders from other countries ...

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US Stocks Edge Lower Ahead of Jobs Report after Surging Bond Yields Fuel Steep Sell-Off

U.S. stock index futures are trading lower overnight following a steep decline in the tech-sector that dragged all the major cash indexes lower on Thursday. The catalyst behind the early selling pressure is fear of a surge in bond yields. The trading range is tight and volume is relatively low ahead of the release of a U.S. Non-Farm Payrolls report at 13:30 GMT. Economists predict the report will show the economy added 210,000 jobs in February, compared to just 49,000 in January, according to Dow Jones. In addition to the headline figure, traders will get the opportunity to react to Average Hourly Earnings that are expected to come in unchanged at 0.2%. The Unemployment Rate is also ...

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