FOMC, What You Need To Know This Week

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US Dollar May Rise on FOMC Minutes, Coronavirus Risks

US Dollar Preview Ahead of FOMC Minutes, Coronavirus – Talking Points

  • US Dollar may rise on liquidity demand if FOMC minutes spook markets
  • Coronavirus pandemic continues to muddy the global growth outlook
  • GBP/USD capitulation may be ahead as pair eye descending resistance

Asia-Pacific Recap

The anti-risk Japanese Yen rose versus its G10 counterparts while the cycle-sensitive Australian and New Zealand Dollars fell with US equity futures. The risk-off tilt came as investors continue to closely monitor the impact of the coronavirus pandemic with market-wide expectations of a recession. It appears that the only point of contention is its depth and severity, rather than its – what many perceive as – inevitability.

US Dollar Analysis Ahead of FOMC Minutes

The US Dollar may rise if the FOMC meeting minutes from the March 15 policy announcement sparks risk aversion and boost the haven-linked Greenback. That day, not only did officials cut interest rates to 0.25-0.00 percent, but they also announced a $700 billion bond-purchasing program. $500 billion was to be devoted to Treasuries with the remaining $200b directed to purchasing mortgage-backed securities.

Despite this bazooka-level stimulus, growth-oriented assets suffered. While officials had hoped the credit-easing measures would boost confidence, it had instead produced the opposite effect. The Fed’s policies were likely seen as an official acknowledgement that conditions were so poor that it warranted a level of stimulus of that magnitude. If the underlying tone of the FOMC minutes reflect this same level of urgency, the US Dollar may rise at the expense of growth-oriented assets. Learn about why gold may suffer too .

GBP/USD Outlook

GBP/USD has made a remarkable recovery after it bottomed out at 1.1452, though it appears to now be on a modest corrective path. The pair’s bold price action began to turn more timid around late March before starting to trade below ever-steepening descending resistance. Looking ahead, if GBP/USD attempts to clear it to no avail, then a deeper correction could be up next.

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Where do you watch FOMC meeting minutes live?

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Just watch the Forex Factory news. The minutes are usually released @ 2PM eastern time about 3 weeks after the meeting. There’s usually 8 meetings a year.

***If you like to play crazy moves you might as well watch for all the “high-impact” news releases on FF rather than playing just 8 times a year. There’s plenty other days you can trade the same wild moves :-)

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Great panel discussion about young people and employment in the current environment.
So far, based on the interviews, it’s a mixed perception of pessimism and optimistic views toward employment.
When asked whether they would rather have a long-term career or a high-paying job, those interviewed said they’d rather have a long-term career. Many young people do not believe that their job options will be very promising without post-secondary degrees.

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Still don’t know what the Fed said regarding today’s announcement, but watching this panel is a real slice of reality that we don’t necessarily get from the Fed in the first place. From the way the market is reacting, apparently the announcement was also a mixed bag of tricks.

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FOMC statement at best is like asking a bunch of junior high school kids to write a book report. Obviously, there will be lots of differing meanings derived from the same piece of text. For FOMC, what matters is what the majority of the markets see it as. Simple as that. And as a thumb rule, if something is confusing, stay away from it rather than risk your money and gamble.

In regards to this latest FOMC, firstly the context was that October’s statement was more hawkish than expected, considering just the previous month the Fed was dovish (which again was misread as hawkish during the statement, but turned dovish during the minutes) and was concerned about unemployment and inflation.

So with October’s FOMC turning out to be hawkish (because it was mid-term elections in the US and the Fed usually doesn’t mess around these important events), markets were expecting to see the minutes showing more towards the hawks in the Fed, but the minutes turned out to be vague, which is why the markets were choppy yesterday and pairs like Euro and Pound managed to keep their gains.

As to FOMC being a market mover, I think the statement/press conference see’s larger moves than the minutes, unless the minutes themselves reflect what the statement was all about.

Never Watched ‘Rick and Morty’? This Is What You Need to Know

By Peter Libbey

    May 17, 2020

Whenever I am asked to explain the appeal of “Rick and Morty,” I propose a thought experiment.

Imagine that you grew up with the world’s tragedies being beamed into your living room by 24-hour cable news. Your country has been at war for much your lifetime. You graduated college with a huge amount of debt, and you entered the work force during the recent financial crisis. Imagine, too, that the world’s ecological crisis weighs heavily on your mind and that you spend as much time on the internet as you do speaking to real human beings.

If you were this sort of person, what television show would resonate with you?

“Rick and Morty,” the Adult Swim animated comedy by Justin Roiland and Dan Harmon, just might be the answer.

It is dark, even to the point of being nihilistic; it is absurdist; and it operates less like a novel or serial drama and more like a meme or internet video. It also speaks to the sense of alienation, anxiety and skepticism that it not uncommon among younger Americans today.

And it has just been renewed for 70 episodes. Adult Swim announced last week that as a part of an overall deal with the series creators, “Rick and Morty,” which numbers 31 episodes in its first three seasons, will return for more than double that number.

What is it about?

It’s a show about an ill-tempered, alcoholic scientific genius named Rick Sanchez and his teenage grandson, Morty Smith.

At the beginning of the series, Rick reappears after a long absence. He struggles to reconnect with his daughter, Beth, but has more luck with her son, Morty, who joins him on adventures that take them all over the multiverse.

Rick’s presence drives a wedge between Beth’s hapless husband Jerry — whom Rick loathes — and his family. That rift changes over the course of the series.

That doesn’t sound too strange. How is it different from “The Simpsons” or “Family Guy”?

All three shows are parodies of live-action sitcoms, but “Rick and Morty” overturns the genre while “The Simpsons” and “Family Guy” simply subvert it.

It’s hard to imagine, for example, either of the latter shows with a story line in which everyone turns into a mutant and the two lead characters shift into another version of reality to save themselves the way Rick and Morty did in “Rick Potion No. 9.”

Homer Simpson and Peter Griffin are ultimately likable fathers and oafs whose missteps and faux pas never really call their all-American values into question. By contrast, Jerry Smith, Morty’s father, can’t distinguish his real life from a shoddy simulation run by a race of scammer aliens in the episode “M. Night Shaym-Aliens!”

And Rick, the other father figure in the show, is known to say things like: “what people call ‘love’ is just a chemical reaction that compels animals to breed” and “I’m not the nicest guy in the world because I’m the smartest, and being nice is something stupid people do to hedge their bets.”

Rick might also be a sociopath and he is certainly reckless. He is considered a criminal by something called the Galactic Federation.

Is it a science fiction show?

Yes. Sort of. Rick is a scientist who has created technology that can transport him and his companions throughout and beyond the known universe. He and Morty regularly encounter aliens and extradimensional beings. In “Pickle Rick,” he turns himself into a pickle to avoid taking part in family counseling.

But the genre elements are secondary in the series. They’re usually used to show that our lives are meaningless specks in a vast but ultimately indifferent collection of universes and ever-splintering timelines.

Or they’re deployed to put the characters in revealing situations: In “Total Rickall,” multiplying alien parasites disguise themselves by implanting the family with false memories. It turns out that the parasites can only generate positive memories, so the family is able to identify and destroy them by recalling all the negative memories they have of one another.

Has it had much of a pop culture impact?

Indeed. You may have heard one of the show’s purposefully silly catchphrases, like “wubba lubba dub dub” or “pickle Rick!” Or maybe “get schwifty,” a phrase Rick coins in a song of the same name. He composes the song to please an alien visitor who threatens Earth with destruction.

There are also a lot of “Rick and Morty” memes but it’s likely they are not the favorite memes of most “Rick and Morty” fans.

What about the Szechuan sauce thing?

McDonald’s resurrected the Szechuan sauce (it was originally created for the release of Disney’s “Mulan” in 1998) in October 2020 after the show mentioned it in the first episode of Season 3. But demand far outweighed supply and many fans were left empty-handed.

Like expensive avocado toast, the “Rick and Morty” Szechuan sauce unrest has been used as the setup for jokes about millennials.

In response to the shortage, McDonald’s revived the Szechuan sauce for a second time in February, this time in a greater quantity.

Has there been a backlash against the show?

Of course. “Rick and Morty” fans have developed a reputation for their obnoxious self-regard. This has spawned a legion of memes that mock their egos.

More disturbingly, a portion of the show’s fans reacted negatively when four female writers were added to the staff for Season 3. At least two of the new writers, Jane Becker and Jessica Gao, were harassed online after episodes they wrote aired in 2020.

Mr. Harmon responded to the harassers in an interview with Entertainment Weekly, saying, “I loathe these people.” In January, Mr. Harmon apologized to Megan Ganz, a former writer on his sitcom “Community,” for mistreating her.

So millennials really like this show?

Millennials don’t call themselves millennials. That term is used by the type of person who doesn’t respond to the carefully assembled résumé and cover letter you’ve sent them.

But yes, they do like it. Season 3 of “Rick and Morty” delivered the highest ratings in Adult Swim history, and according to Nielsen, it was the most-watched comedy show for 18-to-34-year-olds in the United States in 2020.

Should I watch it?

What version of you are you referring to? In “Rick and Morty” there are potentially endless variations of everyone. There’s even an Evil Morty.

In this iteration of reality, Seasons 1 and 2 are available to stream on Hulu and some episodes from Season 3 are available on the Adult Swim website.



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The European Union Council President Donald Tusk, speaking in the parliament this Tuesday, said that we are ready for all scenarios and will react to Brexit delay request in the coming days.

EUR/USD: Steady trading – Commerzbank

Analyst at Commerzbank, notes that EUR/USD held steady yesterday and continues to target initially the 200 day ma at 1.1207 and then the top of the channel at 1.1290.

Forex Today: Critical vote on Brexit, mixed messages on trade talks, Trudeau returned as Canadian PM

Here is what you need to know on Tuesday, October 22:

EUR/USD could test the 1.1200 region near term – UOB

In opinion of FX Strategists at UOB Group, the upside momentum in EUR/USD could extend to the 1.1200 neighbourhood in the next weeks.

Breaking: GBP/USD breaks above 1.30 as DUP rejects customs union amendment to the Brexit deal

GBP/USD has topped 1.30 and is trading at the highest levels since mid-May – a five-month high. The pound has extended its gains as the chances for parliament to approve the Brexit deal have improved.

Forex Today: Boris and sterling brace for more Brexit drama, some stability in trade, and Canada votes

Here is what you need to know on Monday, October 21:

Brexit Optimism Rises Despite Parliament Obstacle

The British pound is near 5-month highs ahead of Saturday’s showdown as the UK parliament is being asked to ratify the deal that PM Johnson and his EU counterparts reached to avoid a hard Brexit on October 31. The odds of .

USD/JPY upside could be losing momentum – UOB

The upside momentum in USD/JPY appears to be running out of steam, noted FX Strategists at UOB Group.

EUR/USD now looks to a test of 1.1165 – UOB

Following the recent up move, FX Strategists at UOB Group now expect EUR/USD to advance to 1.1165.

Forex Today: Speculation about the Brexit vote, assessing Chinese mixed figures, and the Fed’s last rate hint

Here is what you need to know on Friday, October 18:

ECB speakers advocated fiscal easing – Deutsche Bank

Deutsche Bank analysts point out that we heard from a number of ECB Governing Council members over the last 24 hours with the ECB’s Chief Economist Philip lane advocating fiscal easing.

EUR/USD Technical Analysis: The up move faltered just ahead of the 100-day SMA near 1.1140

EUR/USD has quickly climbed to fresh 2-month highs near 1.1140 boosted by news of a Brexit deal.



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