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    Thumbs up all news of this week

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    i will write information about evrey news

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    Quote Originally Posted by worlddreem View Post
    i will write information about evrey news
    that is a nice thing.
    But i think ************ have a record of the news even in the past.

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    ************ can't change when the schedule was changed. For example, UK interest rate statement already published at 4:30 not 7:00

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    The only way is by subscribing Dow Jones News Wire

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    DJ NEWSWIRES SURVEY: US Apr CPI Seen +0.5%; Core +0.2%

    Consensus 6-mo
    Apr Mar Feb Avg
    Consumer Price Index
    Forecast up 0.5% up 0.6% up 0.3% ---
    Actual --- up 0.6% up 0.4% up 0.2%

    CPI Ex-Food & Energy
    Forecast up 0.2% up 0.2% up 0.2% ---
    Actual --- up 0.1% up 0.2% up 0.2%

    NEW YORK (Dow Jones)--Some settling down in a still-rapid rate of inflation as measured by the consumer price index for April is expected.
    The median estimate of 20 economists surveyed Monday by Dow Jones Newswires is for a 0.5% overall CPI increase after a 0.6% rise in March, while nonfood, non-energy core prices are expected to be up 0.2% after a slight 0.1% gain in the prior month.
    The Labor Department is due to release the April CPI at 8:30 a.m. EDT (1230 GMT) on Tuesday. "A further climb in gasoline prices and another jump in quotes for food should help push up the headline CPI (to +0.5%) this month," wrote Dave Greenlaw, senior economist at Morgan Stanley in New York in a research note. "Meanwhile, the hotel category, which appeared to be artificially depressed in March, is expected to register a partial bounce back in April - with more upside likely to follow in May. The key medical care component is also likely to move higher, while apparel should flatten out following some recent volatility. We see the core CPI at +0.26% before rounding in April." He looks for a 0.5% increase in the overall CPI.

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    NEW YORK (Dow Jones)--The euro is modestly stronger against the dollar early in New York after a report on euro-zone manufacturing activity beat expectations.
    Led by Italian and Spanish factories, euro-zone industrial production rose 0.4% in March against forecasts of a 0.3% rise, according to data out Monday. This allowed for further correction in the euro after last week`s declines when the Federal Reserve expressed optimism about the U.S. economic outlook.
    Analysts at Credit Suisse noted, however, the report was unlikely to provide further gains for the single currency because it "is further affirmation of the strength of the euro-area cyclicals rather than a new theme."
    And with no U.S. data out Monday to create more price action, traders said the dollar and the euro are likely to remain in rather tight ranges ahead of Tuesday`s U.S. report on consumer price inflation.
    Early Monday, the euro was trading at $1.3545 from $1.3526 late Friday, while the dollar was at Y120.35 from Y120.15, according to EBS. The euro was at Y163.03 compared with Y162.52 late Friday. The dollar was at CHF1.2192 compared with CHF1.2187, while the U.K. pound traded at $1.9799 from $1.9823 late Friday.
    Meanwhile, the yen is weaker across the board Monday after what proved to be a short-lived bout with risk aversion last week that prompted an unwind of carry trades, where investors borrow yen at low interest rates to buy higher-yielding currencies.
    Investors began re-building these carry trade positions after New Zealand on Monday reported a 1.3% rise in March retail sales, overshooting expectations of a 0.2% decline.
    New Zealand`s dollar is a popular carry trade destination currency, as the Reserve Bank of New Zealand offers a lofty 7.75% interest rate.
    So the surge in retail sales suggested the RBNZ may have to think about even higher interest rates. This led investors to confidently pile on the carry trades, shorting the yen in the process and making it weaker against most currencies.
    "Although the carry trade will not perpetuate indefinitely, the underlying conditions supporting it (interest rate spreads, low volatility, high risk appetite) remain in place," said Robert Lynch, currency strategist at HSBC in New York.
    He added: "Moreover, the limited size and scope of market corrections, such as the one from late last week, could even enhance the appeal of carry as market participants view such disruptions unlikely to lead to greater carnage."
    Other analysts noted, however, that yen-funded carry trades may come under pressure again this week as a surge in Japan`s trade surplus, reported Monday, should bode well for Wednesday night`s release of Japan`s first quarter economic growth.
    Sterling was weaker against the dollar Monday after relatively weak U.K. data on producer prices. U.K. factory gate prices rose 0.5% in April, in line with expectations, but there were are some signs of an easing of pipeline inflation pressures, according to data from the Office for National Statistics showed Monday.
    Excluding volatile food, beverages, tobacco and petroleum prices, so-called "core" producer prices rose 0.1% on the month and 2.3% on the year. That indicates that price pressures at the U.K.`s factory gates are easing, which could also lower concerns about inflationary pressures in retail prices somewhat.

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    TOKYO (Dow Jones)--The dollar rose slightly against the yen in Asia Monday, staying above the Y120-mark as recovering Asian stocks helped spur yen-carry trade, but the greenback is likely to move sideways in the near term due to a lack of fresh dollar-supportive material.
    The U.S. currency looks set to hover in the low-Y120s this week with resistance at Y120.50 and immediate support at Y120, traders said.
    In early trade, the greenback fell to a session low of Y120.04 as some players began selling after it failed to rise above Y120.30. Better-than-expected Japan current account data for March, showing a Y3.317 trillion surplus, also contributed to this fall.
    Some traders also blamed the slip on much stronger-than-expected New Zealand March retail sales figures for triggering a rise in other currencies against the dollar.
    New Zealand`s strong consumption data at the same time reinforced confidence in the overall region, helping the Australian dollar to revisit a 15-year high of Y100.35 before falling slightly again.
    "The Australian dollar is still strong and is very likely to rise further than this," said Takuma Kurosawa, a senior trader at HSBC.
    "If the Australian dollar succeeds in breaking above recent highs, its next target is likely to be Y102," added Masashi Kurabe, a senior dealer at Bank of Tokyo Mitsubishi UFJ.
    Last edited by dude_89; 05-14-2007 at 05:10 PM.

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    This upward bias of other major currencies against the yen, coupled with a stable Nikkei 225 Stock Average creating favorable conditions for yen-carry trade, eventually helped the greenback to recover from its earlier losses against the yen and rise back to Friday`s closing level in New York.
    The reviving yen-carry also helped the euro regain its gradual upward path against the yen, dealers said.
    They noted that the common currency is likely to target Y163 before going on to rise again to its all-time high of Y163.60.
    "The euro fundamentals are still strong and although we are likely to see some ups and downs in between, it can be said that the euro is on an overall upward trend against the yen," said Kurosawa.

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    Meanwhile, the euro also rose against the dollar as strong concerns still remain over a possible U.S. economic slowdown suggested by weak U.S. data on Friday.
    If incoming U.S. indicators signal further weakness, the euro may rise toward $1.3560 or higher this week, traders said.
    "If U.S. data such as the (April) consumer price index and housing starts (for the same month) are weak, this may give the euro another upward boost" to eventually rise above $1.3600, said Kurabe. The CPI is due Tuesday at 1230 GMT and housing data are Wednesday at 1230 GMT.

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    NEW YORK (Dow Jones)--The dollar declined moderately Tuesday against the euro after the release of rather tame underlying U.S. retail inflation that brought it closer to the Federal Reserve`s comfort level.
    The core consumer price index, which excludes volatile food and energy prices, rose 0.2% in April versus 0.1% in March and against expectations of a 0.2% rise.

    The data suggest the status quo on official interest rates, and could even allow some breathing room for the Fed to cut rates in the future to spark growth without worrying so much about price pressures.

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