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AUD, NZD weak on Chinese data as the FOMC week starts Mon Sep 15 00:00:00 MEST 2014

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G10 Advancers and Decliners vs USD
JPY 0.08
CAD -0.03
EUR -0.07
DKK -0.07
NOK -0.09
CHF -0.11
GBP -0.16
NZD -0.22
SEK -0.39
AUD -0.5
Global Indexes Current Level % Change
Hang Seng Index 24418.14 -0.7204
Shanghai Index 2333.86 0.0818
KOSPI Index 2035.82 -0.3
FTSE futures 6786 -0.2865
DAX futures 9607 -0.4404
SMI Futures 8764 -0.1595
S&P future 1984.8 -0.6059
Global Indexes Current Level % Change
Gold 1235.09 0.4383
Silver 18.68 0.2173
Crude wti 91.13 -1.2355
VIX 13.31 3.9844
USD Index 84.24 -0.0059

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FOMC, Scottish vote influence the EUR trading, CHF relaxed 15/9/2014

We are heading into an event-full week across the globe. The Scottish independence referendum (Sep 18th) and New Zealand national elections (Sep 20th) will be the key political events that keep GBP and NZD complex under pressure. Elsewhere, the focus is already on the FOMC verdict due on September 17th. The unwind in carry strategies on hawkish Fed expectations keep the EUR-complex well bid, while the EUR/CHF approaches the 50-dma before the SNB meeting (Sep 18th). Despite the dovish ECB worries, the SNB is widely expected to maintain status quo as the market tensions remain under control. Read more
Time Definition
21:00 Industrial Production
21:00 Retail Trade
23:05 Bank of England Quarterly Bulletin
03:00 Non-financial company outstanding debt
07:00 PPI
07:00 New orders in industry
07:00 Import & export price indices
08:30 UK producer prices
08:30 Labour Force
08:30 UK monthly inflation figures
08:30 ONS House Price Index
09:00 CPI
09:00 ZEW Indicator of Economic Sentiment
09:00 ZEW Survey
09:00 Labour Cost Index
09:00 Labour Cost Index
10:00 GDP - Second Release
11:45 ICSC-Goldman Sachs Chain Store Sales Index
12:00 Average gross wages
12:30 Manufacturing Sales
12:30 PPI
12:30 Monthly Survey of Manufacturing
12:55 Johnson Redbook Retail Sales Index
13:00 Treasury International Capital Data
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