Posts Tagged ‘ISM Manufacturing’
Currency Articles - February 3, 2011 18:36
The pound has staged a remarkable recovery this week after very poor Q4 GDP figures released earlier this month. It would appear that traders over did the sterling sell off on fears of a UK double dip recession. This week we have seen a rapid expansion in the CIPS manufacturing index on Tuesday and today […]
The Euro has come under pressure in the last few days as fears mount over sovereign debt contagion. The Euro has fallen against most of the worldâ€™s most actively traded currencies with the key EUR/USD pair making new lows at 1.3170 and GBP/EUR testing the 1.19 mark towards the end of the UK session today.
The US Economic recovery seems to be gathering momentum moving into 2011 as service sector expansion reaches the fastest pace since May 2006.
Stocks and the risk sensitive Euro have gained today breaking a four day losing streak as positive jobs data is released from the US and speculation mounts that European lenders will step up their response to the debt crisis. The S&P 500 has rallied 2% the biggest move for two weeks. This has subsequently fired […]
The world’s largest economy has today posted Manufacturing activity gains at the fastest pace in five months. The ISM Index has advanced from 54.4 last month to 56.9 this month. This release represents a significantly better than expected growth in this sector amid forecasts for 54.0. Economists are arguing that Manufacturing is at the head […]