Forex News for 2nd May, 2023
- The risk of prevailing inflation is still present despite having lessened, and the Federal Reserve plans to hike interest rates to their highest level in 16 years.
- Interest rates are expected to rise by 0.25 basis points, according to ANZ analysts, who believe the ECB is currently unable to halt the tightening cycle.
- The Japanese employment market is under pressure due to the rise in inflation, which is forcing smaller businesses to raise pay.
- The IMF anticipates a 4.6% growth in Asian economies and is confident that China and India will play a significant role in economic growth, but they also warn of various risks, including the predominance of inflation.
- As officials confirm the information, the kingdom of Bhutan finally explains the mystery surrounding their secretive Bitcoin mining operations.
- As a result of the Bank of Japan’s dovish policies clashing with the ECB’s hawkish stance, the Japanese Yen dropped to its lowest level in 15 years.
- Following a 0.25 bp rate hike in May, Goldman Sachs predicted that the Federal Reserve might decide to take a break and decide to pause the rate hikes in June.
- As the direction of the XAU/USD pair will be determined by the important economic data releases from the US, gold prices decline ahead of Fed interest rate decisions. A strong US dollar could drive gold prices down.