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Fed Hike Talk, Bitcoin Bounce, Macron Defeated - What's Moving Markets

21 Tháng Sáu 2022
Fed Hike Talk, Bitcoin Bounce, Macron Defeated - What's Moving Markets © Reuters.

By Geoffrey Smith

Investing.com -- The dollar stays bid after a Federal Reserve official argues for another 75 basis point hike in July. Germany restarts its coal-fired power stations and will introduce an auction scheme to reduce its gas consumption after Gazprom cut supplies by 60% last week. Emmanuel Macron loses his parliamentary majority in France, while China passes up an opportunity to loosen monetary policy. Bitcoin bounces after dipping below $18,000 at the weekend, but oil's sell-off continues as fears of a recession meet a slight improvement in the supply outlook. Here's what you need to know in financial markets on Monday, June 20.

1. Dollar stays bid as Waller argues for another 75bp hike

The dollar stayed close to the 19-year high it posted last week after a Federal Reserve official said he wants another 75 basis point rate hike at its meeting in July.

“If the data comes in as I expect, I will support a similar-sized move at our July meeting," Washington, D.C.-based governor Christopher Waller said on Sunday. However, Waller – a noted hawk – also appeared to take a full percentage point hike off the table, saying there were limits to how fast the Fed can move.

Elsewhere, Cleveland Fed President Loretta Mester told CBS it would take two years to bring inflation down to the Fed’s 2% target, and acknowledged that the Fed’s delayed response to the threat had raised the risk of a U.S. recession.

2. Germany restarts its coal-fired power stations after gas supplies cut

Germany said it will restart some coal-fired power stations in order to guarantee the security of energy supplies, after Russia cut gas flows to its biggest customer by 60% last week.

The move threatens to delay Germany’s slow progress toward phasing out coal, which was agreed upon as part of the current government’s coalition agreement. However, it improves the chances of the country filling its gas storage facilities by the start of winter. Gazprom's (MCX:GAZP) supply cuts had put an abrupt stop to what had been a steady rise in storage injections in recent weeks.

Vice-Chancellor and Economy Minister Robert Habeck also said he will introduce an auction system aimed at reducing gas consumption from this summer, but gave few indications as to how it would work.

Benchmark European gas prices hit a new three-month high in response.

3. Global stocks drift higher as China's central bank resists temptation to cut; Lagarde testimony eyed

With U.S. markets closed for the Juneteenth holiday, Asian and European markets have drifted mostly higher.

China’s central bank overnight declined an opportunity to cut its Prime Loan Rate, the most important of its policy interest rates, signaling that it’s still more concerned about overall levels of leverage in the economy than about the slowdown in consumption due to the spate of COVID-19 lockdowns.

European markets, meanwhile, shrugged off the news that French President Emmanuel Macron had lost his parliamentary majority in elections to the Assemblee Nationale at the weekend, with the extreme left and right both making gains at the expense of his centrist faction. French bonds underperformed in a quiet morning session for Eurozone debt.

The European Central Bank’s President Christine Lagarde will address the EU Parliament at 09:00 a.m. ET (1300 GMT).

4. Bitcoin bounces but DeFi networks still struggling

Bitcoin bounced, snapping a five-day losing streak after slumping briefly below $20,000 at the weekend.

By 06:30 a.m. ET, the largest asset in the crypto space was trading at $20,502, up 3.0% from late Sunday. However, it had dipped below $18,000 on Saturday, falling for the first time below the peak of its previous cycle in 2018.

Pressure on less liquid crypto networks continued to create problems however. Celsius Network, one of a handful of lenders to suspend withdrawals last week, said it would need more time to resume them, while DeFi platform Bancor suspended its so-called ‘Impermanent Loss Protection’ mechanism less than a month after launching it.

Solend, a network that runs on the Solana blockchain, said it had taken over an outsize position run by a single participant to reduce its systemic risk.

5. Oil selling slows 

Crude oil prices extended their declines, although the pace of selling slowed a Friday rout that was driven by recession fears.

By 06:30 a.m. ET, U.S. crude futures were down 0.4% at $107.53 a barrel, while Brent was down 0.8% at $112.20 a barrel.

Newswires reported that Libya had managed to restore its output to 800,000 barrels a day as a wave of protests and disruptions to export facilities subsided. The outlook for rising U.S. supply also continues to improve, with Baker Hughes’ rig count having risen by another 4 to a 26-month high of 584 last week.

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1.0566

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1.2287

+0.0026 (+0.21%)

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USD/JPY

135.18

0.01 (0.00%)

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AUD/USD

0.6950

+0.0002 (+0.03%)

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USD/CAD

1.2892

-0.0001 (-0.01%)

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EUR/JPY

142.85

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EUR/CHF

1.0114

+0.0005 (+0.05%)

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Gold Futures

1,833.50

+3.20 (+0.17%)

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Silver Futures

21.215

+0.056 (+0.26%)

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3.7730

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106.30

-1.32 (-1.23%)

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107.81

-1.29 (-1.18%)

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3,533.17

+96.88 (+2.82%)

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3,911.74

+116.01 (+3.06%)

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7,208.81

+188.36 (+2.68%)

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21,719.06

+445.19 (+2.09%)

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1,765.74

+54.06 (+3.16%)

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IBEX 35

8,244.10

+137.70 (+1.70%)

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42.215

+0.785 (+1.89%)

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57.79

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 EUR/USD1.0566Sell
 GBP/USD1.2287Neutral
 USD/JPY135.18↑ Buy
 AUD/USD0.6950↑ Sell
 USD/CAD1.2892↑ Buy
 EUR/JPY142.85Neutral
 EUR/CHF1.0114↑ Buy
 Gold1,833.50↑ Sell
 Silver21.215↑ Sell
 Copper3.7730↑ Sell
 Crude Oil WTI106.30Neutral
 Brent Oil107.81Neutral
 Natural Gas6.212↑ Sell
 US Coffee C223.40↑ Buy
 Euro Stoxx 503,533.17Neutral
 S&P 5003,911.74↑ Buy
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 FTSE 1007,208.81↑ Buy
 Hang Seng21,719.06↑ Buy
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 Bayer57.79↑ Sell
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