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BYK Capital
Carl Yermakov

26-02-2024

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Oil prices fell in Asian trade on Monday, extending steep losses from the prior session as markets remained uncertain over demand, especially in the face of higher-for-longer U.S. interest rates.

Focus was now on a string of key economic readings this week, as well as more signals from the Federal Reserve on the path of interest rates. 

Concerns over slowing demand, especially after hawkish signals from the Fed, were a key weight on crude prices last week, dragging them about 3% lower on Friday and also wiping out all gains for the week.

Demand concerns largely outweighed signs of continued geopolitical instability in the Middle East, which had offered oil some support earlier in 2024 as markets feared potential supply disruptions. 

Brent oil futures expiring in April fell 0.5% to $81.24 a barrel, while West Texas Intermediate crude futures fell 0.4% to $75.75 a barrel by 20:14 ET (01:14 GMT). 

Inflation, rate cues on tap 

Inflation data from several major economies is due this week, including Japan, Australian, the euro zone and the U.S.

In the case of the U.S., PCE price index data- which is the Fed’s preferred inflation gauge- is due later in the week, and is also expected to factor into the central bank’s plans for interest rates later in 2024.

Traders were seen largely pricing out chances of rate cuts in May and June, as a chorus of Fed officials warned that the bank was in no hurry to begin trimming rates.

Comments from several more Fed officials are also on tap later this week.

US GDP, China PMIs awaited 

Focus this week is also on a second reading on U.S. fourth-quarter gross domestic product, which is expected to reiterate that while economic growth remained ahead of its developed-world peers, it still slowed from the prior quarter. 

But growth is still expected to remain robust enough to keep interest rates higher for longer in the country.

Purchasing managers index data from China is also due later this week, and is expected to provide more cues on a slowing economic recovery in the country.

But a string of recent stimulus measures, as well as signs of some pick-up in consumer spending drummed up hopes over a sustained economic recovery in the world’s largest oil importer.

Dimond FX Index
Ludmila Gorbunov

26-02-2024

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Investing.com-- Gold prices retreated in Asian trade on Monday, remaining well within a recent trading range as anxiety over higher-for-longer U.S. rates grew in anticipation of key economic readings. 

The yellow metal failed to make any major price headway in recent weeks as a string of Federal Reserve officials warned that the bank was in no hurry to cut interest rates.

Signs of sticky U.S. inflation and resilience in the job market furthered this notion, with traders now steadily pricing out chances of rate cuts in May and June

Still, some safe haven demand for gold helped limit losses in the yellow metal. Signs of a recession in Japan and the UK, coupled with continued geopolitical disruptions in the Middle East fed into safe haven demand. 

Spot gold fell 0.2% to $2,032.32 an ounce, while gold futures expiring in March fell 0.4% to $2,041.85 an ounce by 23:52 ET (04:52 GMT). 

PCE inflation, GDP data in focus 

Focus was now squarely on U.S. PCE price index data- the Fed’s preferred inflation gauge- which is due later this week. The reading is expected to offer more cues on U.S. inflation after a series of sticky readings for December and January.

Several Fed officials are also set to speak later this week, and are expected to largely reiterate the bank’s outlook for higher-for-longer rates, amid concerns over high inflation.

Beyond the PCE data, a second reading on fourth-quarter gross domestic product is also due this week, and is expected to show some cooling in U.S. economic growth. But not to an extent that warrants early interest rate cuts.

Higher-for-longer rates bode poorly for gold prices, given that they increase the opportunity cost of investing in the yellow metal.

Other precious metals also retreated on this notion. Platinum futures expiring April fell 0.7% to $901.35 an ounce, while silver futures expiring May fell 0.5% to $23.078 an ounce.

Copper retreats, China PMI test awaited 

Among industrial metals, copper prices fell slightly on Monday, retreating from recent gains as markets awaited more key economic signals from China this week.

Copper futures expiring in May fell 0.2% to $3.8760 a pound.

Focus this week is largely on purchasing managers index data from top copper importer China, which is expected to offer more cues on a potential economic recovery in the country. 

Chinese media reports offered some positive cues. Chinese President Xi Jinping in a recent address emphasized on the importance of logistics and supply chains for the Chinese economy, while also promoting a new round of equipment renewals in the country, which could help increase industrial and factory activity.

Super Crypto
Samuel Nikitina

22-02-2024

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LONDON (Reuters) -Major U.S. crypto firm Circle will end support for its USDC token on the Tron blockchain network, a decision the company said on Wednesday "aligned with its efforts to ensure that USDC remained trusted, transparent and safe".

Boston-based Circle said in a blog that, effective immediately, it would no longer mint USDC tokens on Tron, a fast-growing platform widely used for transferring stablecoins whose founder is facing regulatory problems in the United States.

Stablecoins are digital tokens that are designed to keep a constant value and are backed by traditional currencies.

Circle did not give a reason for its decision but said that under its risk management framework it "continually assesses the suitability" of blockchains that support USDC, the second-biggest stablecoin after Tether.

It said institutional clients can transfer USDC held on Tron to other blockchains, or redeem the tokens with it for traditional currency, until February 2025. Retail customers can transfer USDC to other blockchains and redeem USDC at crypto exchanges and brokerages, it added.

Tron's vision is to become the world's "largest and most prosperous decentralized financial protocol," a Tron spokesperson said, adding: "We continue to move forward."

Circle, which in January said it had filed for a U.S. initial public offering, last year terminated accounts held with it by Tron founder Justin Sun and his affiliated companies.

Sun, a prominent crypto entrepreneur, was sued last year by the Securities and Exchange Commission for allegedly artificially inflating trading volumes and selling Tron tokens as an unregistered security. Sun said the SEC charges "lack merit".

Circle's latest announcement affects USDC on the Tron blockchain, "as opposed to an individual user or related business entities", a spokesperson said.

With some $28 billion in circulation, USDC is the eighth-biggest crypto token, according to data firm CoinGecko. USDC worth $335 million are hosted on Tron, Circle's website says.

In November, Reuters reported, citing interviews with financial crime experts and blockchain investigation specialists, that Tron had overtaken Bitcoin as a platform for crypto transfers associated with groups designated as terror organizations by Israel, the United States and other countries.

In response to that article, a Tron spokesperson said it did not have control over those using its technology, and that it was not linked to the groups identified by Israel.

Moscow Mule
Yolanda Kolesnikova

22-02-2024

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NEW YORK (Reuters) -The dollar index edged lower on Wednesday after minutes from the Federal Reserve’s January meeting came in largely as expected and showed that the bulk of policymakers were concerned about the risks of cutting interest rates too soon.

Traders have pushed back expectations on when the Fed will begin cutting rates to June as officials caution that they want to see more evidence that inflation will continue to decline.

"Participants highlighted the uncertainty associated with how long a restrictive monetary policy stance would need to be maintained" to return inflation to the Fed's 2% target, said the meeting minutes.

“The overall message is that they’re watching the progress but they’re not quite there,” said Vassili Serebriakov, an FX strategist at UBS in New York.

Higher than expected consumer and producer price inflation last week has raised the possibility that the Fed could hold rates higher for longer, or even make further hikes if it continues.

However, retail sales numbers and other data have also been showing some signs of weakness, which has sent the greenback lower over the past week.

“There is still enough of a question mark with respect to incoming data and as a result we’ve seen the dollar come under a bit of pressure,” said Bipan Rai, North American head of FX strategy at CIBC Capital Markets in Toronto, adding, “This is really a data driven environment.”

Richmond Fed President Thomas Barkin said Wednesday that the inflation data will complicate upcoming Fed rate decisions.

The dollar index was last down 0.04% on the day at 104.00, after reaching 103.79 on Tuesday, the lowest since Feb. 2.

The euro gained 0.1% to $1.0815. The greenback rose 0.13% to 150.19 yen .

UBS’ Serebriakov notes that traders are staying in carry trades as the expected timing of rate cuts are pushed back, which has led low-yielding currencies like the yen to underperform. In carry trades investors sell low-yielding currencies and invest in higher-yielding currencies.

“As long as equities are stable or moving higher, that means risk sentiment is strong and that favors carry trades in FX,” he said.

Sterling was up 0.11% at $1.2632 after figures showed Britain chalked up its highest ever monthly budget surplus in January ahead of finance minister Jeremy Hunt's annual budget in March.

"The ‘record’ surplus does not mean that the UK is firing on all cylinders and generating cash significantly faster than before. The surplus was lower than expected," said Kathleen Brooks, research director XTB.

"Economic growth is still likely to remain sluggish, so today’s data is unlikely to factor into the BOE’s decision on when to cut rates."

In cryptocurrencies, bitcoin (BTC=) fell 1.96% to $51,028.

Crypto Notebook
Anisa Zotova

23-01-2024

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(Reuters) - Bitcoin celebrated its 15th birthday this month by bursting onto Wall Street with an ebullient bang. Now the adolescent asset may have to grow up fast.

Investors have embraced 11 U.S. exchange traded funds (ETFs), tracking bitcoin's spot price, that began trading on Jan. 11 after receiving regulatory approval; after two trading days, they held a total of 644,860 bitcoin worth more than $27 billion, according to data from analytics company Glassnode.

Much of that - more than 500,000 bitcoin - was already held in a Grayscale Bitcoin Trust that had previously been a closed-end fund before it was allowed to relaunch as one of the new ETFs.

The 11 ETFs have seen total inflows of $4.1 billion since Jan. 11, according to CoinShares data.

The entrance of the world's largest cryptocurrency into the world's largest stock market "marks the end of the beginning of bitcoin's maturation and growing-up phase", said Glassnode.

It echoed the views of many market players who said the increase in liquidity would tame bitcoin's volatility over time.

"This is a logical, nearly-inevitable evolution as a newborn security with a wildly uncertain value and price matures into a mainstream asset with a million punters punting," said Brent Donnelly, a currency trader and president of Spectra Markets.

The total value of bitcoin traded on cryptocurrency exchanges is about $500 million a day on average, Donnelly said. By comparison, the U.S. spot bitcoin ETFs recorded $4.6 billion in volume on their first day of trading.

"I would assume even as things normalize, NYSE dollar value traded of bitcoin will be larger than what goes through on the blockchain," Donnelly said.

Yet it's far too soon to gauge whether the new bitcoin investment products will be able to retain investor interest over the long run, market participants cautioned.

Nonetheless, the 644,860 bitcoin held by the 11 U.S. ETFs after two trading days represented about 30% of all global spot bitcoin ETF holdings, Glassnode data showed.

Even if trading volumes subside as excitement ebbs, the increased market liquidity could see the launch of derivative products that bet on bitcoin's volatility, according to some market watchers.

"Due to the current importance of U.S. ETF flows, we expect the U.S. trading session to be the most materially important session in terms of price action in bitcoin," said Anders Helseth, head of research at K33 Research, referring to the near term.

BITCOIN WHALES MAKE MOVE

Bitcoin, birthed by the mysterious Satoshi Nakamoto who mined the first block on Jan. 3 2009, has seen its fair share of spills and thrills over the past 15 years.

In its latest drama, it has leapt 50% since mid-October on bets that the long-awaited approval for ETFs, allowing access to the cryptocurrency via regular stock exchange, would attract fresh capital from retail and institutional investors alike.

The sharp rally in the months leading to the ETF decision encouraged investors to cash in, pressuring prices.

After hitting a two-year peak of $49,033 following the ETF approval, the notoriously volatile cryptocurrency slid 16% to $40,267. It remains about 40% below its all-time peak of $69,000.

There are signs that whales, the investor cohort that owns more than 1,000 bitcoin each and control a major chunk of bitcoin supply, are booking some gains.

The total supply of bitcoin held by long-term holders - those who have held for at least six months - has declined by about 75,000 from an all-time high in November as older coins are spent to take profits, according Glassnode data.

On average, a long-term bitcoin holder is sitting on 55% unrealized profit, the data showed.

"If you're are sitting on very large unrealized profits as a whale, it really makes sense that you start monetizing some of your portfolio," said Aurelie Barthere, analyst at blockchain data firm Nansen.

Profit Magnet
Alevtina Pavlova

23-01-2024

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Coinbase Global (NASDAQ:COIN) shares fell 4.6% in early Tuesday trade after Bitcoin, the world’s largest digital asset, slipped more than 4%.

Bitcoin hit a seven-week low and again fell below $40,000 despite the initial excitement surrounding the approval of several spot exchange-traded funds (ETFs).

Bitcoin price witnessed a robust surge in the past year amid expectations that the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) would greenlight ETFs directly tracking its price — a first for U.S. markets.

However, the cryptocurrency's performance post-approval has been lackluster, contrary to predictions of a significant price surge fueled by increased institutional capital.

Moreover, JPMorgan analysts lowered their rating on the stock to Underweight from Neutral on the risk that the 2023 positive catalyst – Bitcoin ETF approval – could reverse in 2024.

“While we continue to see Coinbase as the dominant U.S. exchange in the cryptoecosystem and a leader in cryptocurrency trading and investing globally, we think the catalyst in Bitcoin ETFs that has pushed the ecosystem out of its winter will disappoint market participants,” analysts said in a note.

With Bitcoin prices under pressure in recent days, analysts see “greater potential for cryptocurrency ETF enthusiasm to further deflate, driving with it lower token prices, lower trading volume, and lower ancillary revenue opportunities for firms like Coinbase.”

Hence, analysts see “the potential for 2024 to be a more challenging year for Coinbase’ stock, despite what we see as continued progress in various meaningful initiatives including its buildout of derivatives and its Layer-2 Base.”

JPMorgan analysts also cut the price target to $80 per share, signaling a downside risk of about 35% from current prices.

Metropolis FX
Larisa Sokolov

23-01-2024

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The U.S. dollar slipped lower in early European trade Tuesday, while the Japanese yen appreciated in the wake of the latest Bank of Japan policy meeting.

At 04:20 ET (09:20 GMT), the Dollar Index, which tracks the greenback against a basket of six other currencies, traded 0.1% lower at 102.997, handing back some of the almost 2% gains it has seen since the start of this year. 

Dollar drifts lower ahead of key data 

The greenback has drifted lower Tuesday, but remained close to one-month highs as traders price in a greater chance that the central bank will keep rates steady in March, a marked reversal from earlier expectations for a cut. 

The Fed is widely expected to keep rates on hold when it meets next week, and ahead of this investors will have some key U.S. economic readings to digest. 

Fourth-quarter GDP data, on Thursday, is expected to show some cooling in growth, while PCE price index data, the Fed’s preferred inflation gauge, is likely on Friday to reiterate that inflation remained sticky in December.

Yen appreciates after Ueda speaks

In Asia, USD/JPY fell 0.5% to 147.39, after the Bank of Japan maintained its ultra-low interest rates and stuck to its ultra-dovish policies, as widely expected.

The central bank also forecast lower inflation in fiscal 2024, providing less impetus to immediately begin tightening its ultra-loose policy. 

However, BOJ Governor Kazuo Ueda indicated in his post-decision comments that the time for tightening policy was drawing nearer. 

“Our core-core inflation forecast is at 1.9%, very close to our 2% target,” he said. This was the case in October but it happened again this time, after close scrutiny. This is the biggest factor that made us more convinced than before that the likelihood (of sustainably achieving our price target) is gradually heightening."

USD/CNY traded 0.3% lower to 7.1712, with the yuan helped by recent reports that the People’s Bank of China was selling dollars in open markets to support the Chinese currency. 

Investors look to Lagarde for guidance 

In Europe, EUR/USD traded 0.1% higher at 1.0886, ahead of the European Central Bank’s policy-setting meeting on Thursday.

The ECB is certain to keep rates steady, and thus investors will focus on the tone of the policy statement and President Christine Lagarde's press conference.

“We don’t expect this meeting to be a turning point for eurozone rates or for the euro,” said analysts at ING, in a note.

“We are, indeed, in a phase of data dependency. Expect President Lagarde to reiterate it.”

GBP/USD traded 0.2% higher at 1.2724, with sterling helped by the release of data showing U.K. public sector borrowing fell to £7.8 billion last month, around half the sum borrowed a year earlier and the lowest figure for a December since 2019. 

This will be a boost to Chancellor Jeremy Hunt as he prepares to unveil the Budget in March as a general election looms.

Gold Horn Venture
Arseny Glazkov

23-01-2024

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Gold prices advanced on Tuesday, tracking mild weakness in the dollar as traders hunkered down before a slew of key U.S. economic readings this week, although the prospect of higher-for-longer U.S. interest rates still kept gains subdued.

Among industrial metals, copper prices rallied 1% on reports that the Chinese government was preparing more measures to support local markets. China is the world’s largest copper importer, and has been a key pain point for copper prices.

Traders were now seeking more cues on the U.S. economy, amid waning bets that the Federal Reserve will begin cutting interest rates by as soon as March 2024. This notion had weighed heavily on gold earlier in January, pushing prices of the yellow metal as low as $2,000 an ounce.

But gold rebounded from its 2024 lows, as worsening geopolitical conditions in the Middle East spurred safe haven buying. Bullion prices were also supported by bets that the Fed will loosen monetary policy eventually this year.

Spot gold rose 0.4% to $2,029.53 an ounce, while gold futures expiring in February rose 0.4% to $2,030.70 an ounce by 00:34 ET (05:34 GMT).

US GDP, inflation cues awaited as March rate-cut bets dwindle

Focus was now squarely on fourth-quarter U.S. gross domestic product data, due this Thursday, which is expected to show some cooling in overall growth.

But any signs of resilience in the U.S. economy are likely to give the Fed more headroom to keep rates higher for longer. The central bank is widely expected to hold rates at 23-year highs when it meets next week.

But before that, PCE price index data- the Fed’s preferred inflation gauge- is due this Friday, and is expected to reiterate that inflation remained sticky in December.

Signs of sticky U.S. inflation and labor market strength, coupled with hawkish warnings from Fed officials, saw traders largely reverse bets on a March rate cut. Part of this reversal triggered steep losses in gold prices earlier in January.

High rates bode poorly for gold, given that they push up the opportunity cost of investing in the yellow metal. This trade limited any major upside in gold prices over the past two years.

Copper jumps nearly 1% on China hopes

Copper futures expiring in March rose nearly 1% to $3.7823, recovering a bulk of their losses made this year.

Gains in copper tracked a broader increase in Chinese financial markets, after Bloomberg reported that Beijing was considering a 2 trillion yuan ($278 billion) support package for mainland stocks.

The report ramped up optimism over more support for the Chinese economy, which could keep copper demand in the country strong in the coming months.

An economic slowdown in China was a major weight on copper prices over the past two years, as markets grew cautious over potential weakness in the country’s appetite for the red metal.

Sunrise capital
Zemfira Zaitseva

19-01-2024

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Most Asian currencies moved little on Friday but were headed for weekly losses, while the dollar hovered near one-month highs amid increasing doubts that the Federal Reserve will cut interest rates early this year.

The Japanese yen was the worst hit by concerns over higher-for-longer rates, and was also the worst performer in Asia this week. The yen fell 0.1% on Friday and was set to lose 2.3% this week.

Data on Friday showed Japanese consumer price index (CPI) inflation fell to its lowest since June 2022 in December, setting up the Bank of Japan to largely maintain its ultra-dovish policy when it meets next week.

Chinese yuan hit by economic jitters, but PBOC action limits losses

Broader Asian currencies were also dented by growing concerns over China, after the region’s largest economy grew less than expected in the fourth quarter. Growth for 2023 also just edged past a 5% government target.

Losses in the yuan were limited by a series of strong midpoint fixes from the People’s Bank of China. The PBOC was also seen selling dollars on the open market to support the Chinese currency.

The yuan was set to lose 0.4% this week- its third straight week of declines. The currency sank to a near two-month low earlier in the week.

The PBOC is also widely expected to keep its benchmark loan prime rate on hold at record lows this Monday.

Weakness in China spilled over into other currencies. The Australian dollar rose 0.2% on Friday but was down 1.6% for the week after sinking to a one-month low.

The South Korean won was headed for a 1.8% weekly decline, while the Singapore dollar was set for a 0.8% weekly decline following an unexpected drop in the country’s key non-oil exports.

Most Asian currencies were nursing a weak start to 2024, as signs of sticky U.S. inflation and labor market strength spurred growing doubts over early interest rate cuts by the Fed. Regional currencies largely reversed all gains made through December, as markets began pricing in later and potentially smaller U.S. rate cuts in 2024.

Dollar heads for strong weekly gains as March cut bets recede

The dollar index and dollar index futures fell slightly in Asian trade, but remained close to an over one-month high hit earlier this week. The two were also set to end the week between 0.9% and 1% higher.

Strong retail sales data and a series of hawkish-leaning comments from Fed officials this week spurred increasing doubts that the Fed will begin cutting rates by as soon as March 2024.

Traders were also seen sharply scaling back bets on a March cut, according to the CME Fedwatch tool. Traders were now pricing in a 51.9% chance for a March cut, down sharply from the 68.3% seen last week.

Recent signs of resilience in the U.S. economy gives the Fed enough headroom to keep rates higher for longer. Than bank is also unlikely to budge on interest rates until inflation is within its 2% annual target- with December’s CPI reading showing little progress.

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