Raising Wages in Japan Is Making Part-Timers Work Less

Over the last 10 years, Japan’s 14 million part-time workers cut their working hours by more than 6 percent. They now work about 4.5 hours a day. That's a blow to a...

How to Use LinkedIn To Grow Your Business

For organizations and thought pioneers, distributing content via web-based networking media is a decent approach to assemble notoriety, increment trust and contact a more extensive group of onlookers. LinkedIn Pulse is...

“It’s Time To Take Off The Dollar Goggles”

It’s time to take off the dollar blinkers, exclaims Bloomberg's Mark Cudmore, and take stock of what’s really going on in markets. The dollar has been so strong since the election that...

November Nonfarm Payrolls Expected to Shore Up Confidence in US Economy

  The US economy is set to end the year on a high note, as steady job creation, robust consumer spending and a rebounding industrial sector pave the way for the Federal...

Trading The ‘Second Coming’ Of USD

The Trump-inspired USD rally is about three weeks old and we have already exceeded the highs from late 2015 and early 2016 on a tradeweighted basis. Naturally, the question now becomes how...

Kansas City Fed’s Esther George: Hike rates ‘sooner rather than later’

Kansas City Fed President Esther George became latest voice in the rate-hike chorus, saying the central bank should increase rates "sooner rather than later." In a speech Friday morning, George encouraged her...

Week Ahead – Eurozone PMIs and Japan inflation in focus in quiet week

With the dollar rally showing no sign of abating, expectations of US fiscal and monetary policy could continue to set the market theme in an otherwise relatively quiet week for economic...

Dollar Technicals are Stretched, but Fundamental Shift Underway

The US dollar has recorded its best two-week performance since Reagan was President.  There has been a sea change.  Although the low in global yields took place before the US election, and...

UK Autumn statement: why the chancellor mustn’t cut stamp duty

ednesday’s autumn statement will be the first test of new chancellor Philip Hammond. Will he, as Theresa May promised in her speech on becoming prime minister, “make Britain a country that...

Forex Weekly Outlook November 21-25

The US dollar continued marching forward, accompanied by clear hints of a rate hike. US Durable Goods Orders, UK GDP and the all-important FOMC Meeting Minutes stand out in the week of...
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