Hiring picked up pace in March as rapid vaccinations and opening of the economy powered the labor market recovery.
Global coronavirus recovery has been uneven in recent weeks with Europe and many emerging economies like India witnessing a surge in cases.
The excitement surrounding the tournament and its impact on the stock world has led investors to look at ETFs that could act as a proxy for the game.
Despite a dovish Fed, the greenback has been steady in recent trading with about 2.6% year-to-date gain in the U.S. dollar ETF UUP.
Vaccine distribution and a likely fat federal spending bill under the Biden administration have led to a rise in future economic growth forecasts, which in turn boosted bets over rising inflation.
The 10-year yields are on track for their largest monthly gain in three years, having gained 26 bps so far in February.
After a rough year, the U.S. dollar started gaining ground this year. While small-cap stocks and some currency-hedged international investments will gain, large-caps and commodities may lose ahead.
Rates have been rising fast in the United States over the past few weeks on growing risk appetite and reflationary optimism.
EMs have suffered a lot amid the pandemic. Undervaluation, better growth prospects, massive Fed rate cut, higher interest rates in EMs have opened up opportunities for EM ETFs now.
Prospects for disinflation in the emerging market economies are likely to boost EM bond ETF inflows as reflationary trend may hurt U.S. bond market.
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The super-easy policies by the Fed and the central government as well as a series of vaccine development have pushed the U.S. dollar down.
Chinese yuan has come across as the best currency ETF of 2020.
This has been a rough year for the greenback with a good start but poor finish.
Election uncertainty, failed talks over the virus-related stimulus bill, subdued tech earnings and rising coronavirus cases on the global front added to Wall Street's woes.
In the final days of U.S. Presidential races, investors may be interested in knowing the impact on the currency world once the winner of the race is announced.
The Chinese yuan has lately been gaining credibility as a safe haven from volatility as it recorded its best quarter in 12 years.
Turkey enacted a surprise and hefty rate hike on Sep 24. Will the move be repeated and lasting?
The Euro/U.S. dollar strength has been prevalent lately. A falling dollar may add more strength to the common European currency in the coming days.
On Aug 27, the Federal Reserve announced a new strategy to bring back the United States to full employment level and push inflation higher.