Jun 12


  • BY: Nati
  • June, 12th, 2015 9:33 +00:00

Good morning,

A very quiet end to the week expected. In Asia we saw Japanese Industrial Production figures come out slightly above expectations in April. USDJPY trading at 123.63 at time of writing. Little other data due out from Asia with the New Zealand Business NZ Purchasing Manager’s Index released overnight; out at 51.5, down from 51.7 previously. NZDUSD trading at 0.6978 a level not seen since 2010.

The NIKKEI closed at 20407.08 up just 24.11 or 0.12%

In Europe this session we saw the German Wholesale Price Index figures for May released. EURUSD trading at 1.1165 following Euro Zone Industrial Production figures missing expectations. The Greek debt deal, which sees the IMF withdraw from negotiations yesterday, could still prove troublesome for the common currency. Looking ahead to the coming week, Swiss Retail Sales and Interest Rate decision could have an impact on CHF pairs. EURCHF trading at 1.0455 at time of writing.

The FTSE100 was trading at 6810.19 while the DAX was trading at 11281.71

In the US today we will get Producer Price Index figures for May and the Reuters/Michigan Consumer Sentiment Index for June. USDCHF trading at 0.9359 The FED will give their Monetary Policy Statement and Interest Rate decision Wednesday of the coming week. The rate is currently set at 0.25% USOIL trading at $60.29 per barrel.

The DOW closed at 18039.37 following Thursday’s session.

Hope you all have a nice weekend.