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Forex signals Outlook: Asian stock markets mostly headed south, after losses on Wall Street and in Europe yesterday. MSCI finally decided to include 222 large Chinese companies in its 2018 Emerging Markets Index, and the CSI is outperforming with a 0.28% gain, while the Hang Seng is down -0.38% and the Nikkei -0.32%, with the latter weighed down by a stronger Yen. The ASX underperformed and lost more than 1% as oil prices remain under pressure. The DAX rallied to new record highs yesterday, before profit taking and a broad mover lower in global equity markets as commodity supply concerns amid rising oil production in Libya and Nigeria cast fresh doubt on the efficacy of the OPEC oil agreement while a 26% drop in Chinese steel exports added to concerns about the global growth outlook. U.K. and U.S. stock futures are also down and the fresh bout of risk aversion will keep a lid on bond yields. For the Eurozone, the good news though is that peripheral yield spreads over the German benchmark didn’t blow out yesterday. Today’s data calendar remains quiet, with only U.K. public finance data and a German 30-year Bund sale.

Forex signals week ahead

Forex signals to United States: Upcoming data over the next couple of weeks will help both the FOMC and the markets fine-tune projections on policy. May durable orders, income and consumption highlight this week and are expected to show a dip in orders, and small gains in income and consumption. U.S. economic calendar begins with durable goods (Monday) seen sinking 1.0% in May vs -0.8% in April. Case-Shiller home prices may tick up to 197.6 in April from 195.4 (Tuesday) and consumer confidence is forecast to nudge up to 118.0 in June from 117.9. MBA mortgage applications are updated (Wednesday), while Pending home sales from the NAR are on Wednesday and EIA inventories are due after sparking recent bouts of crude oil selling. Q1 GDP may nose down to 0.9% on the third revision (Thursday), Personal income is set to rise 0.3% in May from 0.4% (Friday), while PCE spending rises 0.2% from 0.4%. Also, out (Friday) are Chicago PMI, which may dip to 58.0 in June from 59.4, with Michigan sentiment (final) June read seen steady at 94.5.
Forex signals to Canada: The Bank of Canada’s policy outlook will be in focus following last week’s decidedly “dovish” May CPI report that smashed July rate hike prospects. Governor Poloz and Deputy Governor Patterson step into the fray this week, which will be looked to for some further clues on the policy scenario. Poloz appears in a panel at an ECB event in Portugal (Wednesday), while any comments from the BoC head honcho will presumably be of the impromptu variety from the sidelines to reporters. Deputy Governor Patterson (Wednesday) delivers a speech in Calgary. The slate of economic data is highlighted by April GDP (Friday), the industrial product price index (Friday) and average weekly earnings (Thursday).

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