ForexLive morning news wrap: Euro shines while others hold steady

Forex news for the European morning trading session 14 Nov 2017News:

  • US Fed’s Kaplan «actively considering» Dec rate hike
  • US Fed’s Evans says they need to prepare public for unconventional policies
  • BOE’s Carney would like a reasonable transition period post-Brexit
  • Yellen says Fed is aware it needs tools to cope with negative shocks
  • BOE’s Carney says cultural change needed in communication from institutions
  • More from Yellen: So many Fed voices speaking may be confusing
  • Fed’s Yellen says all guidance should be conditional on outlook
  • ECB’s Draghi says forward guidance has become a full policy instrument
  • BOJ’s Kuroda says inflation expectation formation largely backward looking
  • Trump not attending East Asia leaders summit
  • China’s Li calls for advancing free trade agreement with Japan and South Korea
  • OECD sees robust Emerging-Asia economic growth at 6.3% 2018-22
  • IEA cuts 2017 oil demand growth forecast by 100k bpd to 1.5 mln bpd
  • Reuters poll — economists expect Japan wage rises next year below PM Abe’s target
  • Australia Q3 Wage Price Index is due Wednesday — preview
  • Forex option contract expiries for today 14 Nov
  • Trading ideas for the European session
  • Nikkei 225 closes near enough unchanged at 22,380.01
  • ForexLive Asia FX news wrap: AUD/NZD a big mover   


  • UK Oct CPI mm 0.1% vs 0.2% exp
  • Germany Q3 GDP provisional qq 0.8% vs 0.6% exp
  • Germany Nov ZEW current situation 88.8 vs 88.0 exp
  • Eurozone Q3 GDP revision 0.6% as exp
  • Italy Q3 GDP provisional QQ 0.5% vs 0.4% exp
  • US NFIB Oct small business optimism 103.8 vs 104.0 exp
  • Spain Oct CPI mm final 0.9% as exp
  • Switerland Oct producer and import prices mm 0.5% as prev

A mostly steady session but not without opportunity and one which has seen the euro take line honours.More summary to follow after I’ve stuck my fingers in the freezer. Again.
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