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10.28.21
Nokia’s third quarter profit beats expectation

HELSINKI (Reuters) -Telecom equipment maker Nokia (NYSE:NOK) reported stronger-than-expected third-quarter operating profits on Thursday as development investments, strategy updates and cost cuts continued to drive a turnaround in the business.

Third-quarter net sales rose 2% to 5.4 billion euros ($6.27 billion) from 5.3 billion a year ago, in line with analyst expectations.

“The third quarter saw us achieve 2% constant currency net sales growth despite the impact of earlier communicated headwinds in North America for Mobile Networks and global supply chain constraints,” Chief Executive Pekka Lundmark said in a statement.

He added that Nokia now expects comparable operating profit margin to be towards the upper end of the target range of 10% to 12%.

July-September comparable operating profit rose to 633 million euros from 486 million last year, beating the 488 million euro mean forecast of eleven analysts polled by Refinitiv.

Nokia had warned profits would be less pronounced in the second half of 2021 due to possible problems from the semiconductor shortage, lost market share and having to lower prices in the highly competitive North American market.

In July, Nokia won its first 5G radio contract in China, while Nordic rival Ericsson (BS:ERICAs) lost market share after Sweden last year decided to ban Chinese vendors from their 5G networks.

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10.28.21
Dollar Edges Higher; ECB Next as Central Bankers Meet

By Peter Nurse

Investing.com – The dollar edged higher in early European hours Thursday, with policy decisions by central bankers in Australia, Japan and Europe jolting trading.

At 2:55 AM ET (0755 GMT), the Dollar Index, which tracks the greenback against a basket of six other currencies, traded 0.1% higher at 93.835, with movements seen limited ahead of next week’s policy-setting meeting by the Federal Reserve.

USD/JPY traded 0.2% lower at 113.56 after the Bank of Japan kept its interest rates and asset buying plans unchanged Thursday. The central bank also cut its projection for economic growth this fiscal year and also reduced its inflation forecast to zero for the year ending in March 2022 from 0.6%, suggesting it will lag other central banks in reining in its accommodative monetary policies. 

Earlier in the day Australia’s central bank decided against buying a government bond central to its stimulus program even though yields were well above its target of 0.1%. This fuelled market expectation that the Reserve Bank of Australia will lift its 0.1% benchmark interest rate much sooner than the previous guidance of 2024, perhaps even by mid-2022.

AUD/USD traded 0.1% lower at 0.7504, still near its three month high.

Additionally, USD/CAD rose 0.2% to 1.2374 after the Bank of Canada ended its bond-buying stimulus on Wednesday, suggesting it could hike interest rates as soon as April 2022 as it seeks to tackle elevated inflation levels. 

EUR/USD traded flat at 1.1604, just above its 15-month low of 1.1523 hit earlier this month ahead of the European Central Bank’s policy-setting meeting later Thursday.

The ECB is widely expected to use its December meeting to announce key decisions about its emergency stimulus policies, but the strong rise in inflationary pressures has lifted rate-hike expectations.

“It still seems rather far-fetched that the ECB will move its benchmark rates as early as next year,” said analysts at Nordea, in a note, “and [ECB President Christine] Lagarde will probably seek to tone down current market pricing.”  

Elsewhere, GBP/USD edged lower to 1.3742 the day after U.K. Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak delivered his annual budget, committing to real-term increases in spending on the back of upgraded forecasts to economic growth and tax revenues.

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10.13.21
Dollar Down, but Near Year High as Investors Await Fed’s Next Taper Move

The dollar was down on Wednesday morning in Asia but held near a one-year high amid rising speculation that the U.S. Federal Reserve will announce the beginning of asset tapering in November 2021, followed by potential interest rate hikes by the middle of 2022.

The U.S. Dollar Index that tracks the greenback against a basket of other currencies edged down 0.20% to 94.332 by 11:17 PM ET (3:17 AM GMT). It touched 94.563 for the first time since late September 2020 on Tuesday.

The USD/JPY pair edged down 0.13% to 113.45.

The AUD/USD pair inched down 0.07% to 0.7344 while the NZD/USD pair inched up 0.10% to 0.6940.

The USD/CNY pair inched up 0.02% to 6.4475. Chinese trade data, including exports, imports and trade balance, is due later in the day while inflation data, including the consumer and producer price indexes, will be released on Thursday.

The GBP/USD pair was up 0.23% to 1.3617.

Three Fed officials, including Vice Chairman Richard Clarida, said on Tuesday that the U.S. economy has healed enough to begin to scale back the U.S. central bank’s asset-purchase program. Money markets are now pricing about a 50-50 chance of a rate increase by July 2022.

Meanwhile, surging energy prices continue to fuel inflation concerns and increased bets that the Fed could normalize its monetary policy much sooner than planned, sending two-year Treasury yields to their highest levels in more than 18 months during the previous session.

Investors now await the U.S. consumer price index, due later in the day, for clues to the Fed’s interest rate hike timeline.

“CPI is the main economic draw” and “has the potential to see Fed rate hike expectations move again, one way or another,” National Australia Bank head of foreign exchange strategy Ray Attrill told Reuters.

With most Fed policymakers insisting that inflationary pressures are transitory, investors now await comments from Fed Governors Lael Brainard and Michelle Bowman, among others, due to speak later in the day. The central bank will also release the minutes from its latest meeting.

In cryptocurrencies, bitcoin traded around $56,500, after reaching a five-month high of $57,855.79 at the beginning of the week.

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