It is Tuesday, the 14th of November, and today is the day of the long-awaited US inflation report, representing the month of October.
Nonetheless, here are some things to look out for today.
As traders awaited the release of US CPI data for hints on future Federal Reserve policy, the dollar fell and Treasuries rose.
The Japanese yen remained near its lowest level in more than three decades, the pound pared gains after UK wage growth slowed less than expected, and the euro strengthened after Germany's ZEW survey showed an increase in investor optimism.
The interest paid by the United States on its debt increased in October compared to the previous year, highlighting the rising cost to the government of higher Treasury yields.
As trade tensions between the world's largest economies simmer, US Treasury Secretary Yelten said she told her Chinese counterpart that Beijing's heavy financial support for certain industries could pose a threat to other nations.
US House Speaker Johnson is counting on Democrats to overcome their reservations and approve his proposal to avoid a government shutdown in the United States.
US CPI for October
YoY - Median Forecast: 3.3% | Prior: 3.7% | Range: 3.4% / 3.2%
MoM - Median Forecast: 0.1% | Prior: 0.4% | Range: 0.2% / 0%
Core YoY - Median Forecast: 4.1% | Prior: 4.1% | Range: 4.2% / 3.7%
Core MoM - Median Forecast: 0.3% | Prior: 0.3% | Range: 0.4% / 0.2%
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