Ray Attrill


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Last week was billed as likely to be a nothing week, given the sparse economic and events calendar, unless something came along out of left field, and so it proved. On a Friday NY close-to-close basis, the dollar is 0.1 percent to 0.2 percent higher, U.S. stocks are virtually unchanged and Treasury yields are very narrowly mixed.feedback
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Jun 25 2017 Oil
We can learn a lot about a person if we know what types of things he or she talks about or comments on the most frequently. There are numerous topics with which Ray Attrill is associated, including Fed and U.S.. Most recently, Ray Attrill has been quoted saying: “Negotiations will still be towing the hard Brexit line but I wonder whether what we'll be seeing or hearing 2-3 months months down the tack will be different today....if markets get a sense of a softer Brexit, that will be positive for sterling.” in the article Brexit talks kick off with calls for a ‘strong and special partnership’.
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Nov 13 2016

The market will remain alert to any news on President-elect Trump's policies and possible appointments. In this regard we may be due for something of a reality check.feedback

Sep 27 2016

The peso has come up because the market has judged the odds of Trump winning have gone down. The peso has been the weapon of choice for betting on Trump winning.feedback

Sep 26 2016 - Algeria

While underscoring his determination to use all possible policy means to achieve inflation goals, [Kuroda] did nothing to assuage deepening market conviction that the policy instruments and settings announced last week won't do it.feedback

Sep 19 2016

If they succeed in this without sending equities into a spin, it can help the cause of a (modestly) weaker yen.feedback

Aug 29 2016

Yellen's appearance Friday morning at Jackson Hole proved not to be the damp squib that many were expecting.feedback

Jul 06 2016 - Saudi Arabia

I don't think the markets are in any way, shape or form done with the downside in the sterling. We still think that $1.20 is a not unreasonable target given the size of effective like terms of trade shock. It's like Australia running out of gas or Saudi Arabia running out of oil, particularly in terms of how the financial services sector is potentially going to be impacted.feedback

Apr 08 2016

Increased dissolution about what central policies will continue to do to financial sector profitability may be a factor here. as too investors bracing for the Q1 earnings season (that kicks off in earnest on Monday) and where the banks are anticipated to reveal a truly rotten start to the year.feedback

Feb 28 2016 - G20

Expectations for any substantive commitments out of G20 were sufficiently low such that we shouldn't expect any significant market response early this week.feedback

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