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The positive sentiment in the US equity market continues
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EUR/JPY: The EUR/JPY pair is now poised to enter the cloud. A failed attempt to move higher will push the market lower, confirming the bearish outlook.
European Market View
France announced yesterday that it will launch a EUR100bn stimulus package, probably next week, while Germany extended the short-term labour package until the end of 2021.
Countries like France, Spain and Italy have rejected new lockdowns despite a rise in the number of COVID-19 infections.
Today's most important event is Fed chair Powell's speech on the monetary policy framework review at the annual Jackson Hole conference at 15:10 CEST. Many have high expectations that the Fed is adopting some sort of average inflation targeting allowing inflation to overshoot the 2% inflation target before tightening monetary policy.
The positive sentiment in the US equity market continues, however there was a mixed picture in Asian equity markets this morning.
European Key Point
- France announced yesterday that it will launch a EUR100bn stimulus package.
- Countries like France, Spain and Italy have rejected new lockdowns.
- Fed chair Powell's speech on the monetary policy framework review.
- The positive sentiment in the US equity market continues.
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