Ed Moya – Senior Market Analyst at OANDA – Tue 16 Jun, 2020

There’s a lot at play that’s driving markets both good and bad

A lot to take in at the start of this week that are driving markets. A strong US retail sales number is balanced with Florida and Texas seeing an increase in COVID cases as well as Beijing shutting down schools. There is also more mentions of a $1trillion infrastructure bill for the US which has investors excited.

Ed Moya joins me today to address all of the points above and balance out what will truly drive markets in the near term.

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Ed Moya – Senior Market Analysts at OANDA – Wed 16 Oct, 2019

Just how strong is the US consumer?

Ed Moya, Senior Market Analyst at OANDA joins me to recap the recent mixed data that is shinning a light on the US consumer. The weak retail sales data is a negative sign but the strong bank earnings are telling a different story. These are both back looking data points but they are important to note as the consumer has been the main support leg for the US economy. We also wrap with comments on the extreme volatility in the Pound all thanks to the recent Brexit advancements.

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Chris Temple from The National Investor – Thu 14 Feb, 2019

Weak Retail Sales Data and Inflation All Point To A Muddling Market

Chris Temple joins me today to share his thoughts on the recent inflation data from yesterday and retail sales number this morning. While the market is being pushed down today by the retail numbers it is in no way breaking down. We touch on the reasons why the markets will continue to muddle here and why the USD is holding above 97.

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Chris Temple from The National Investor – Thu 14 Feb, 2019

Weak Retail Sales Data and Inflation All Point To A Muddling Market

Chris Temple joins me today to share his thoughts on the recent inflation data from yesterday and retail sales number this morning. While the market is being pushed down today by the retail numbers it is in no way breaking down. We touch on the reasons why the markets will continue to muddle here and why the USD is holding above 97.

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