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AUD/NZD: Bounce potential off 1.0900 support

Updated -  Oct 6, 2015 3:45:00 PM By Matt Weller, CMT

For nearly four months now, the antipodean pair has been clearly rangebound in the 500-pip range from 1.0900 to 1.1400 as traders weigh the relative monetary policies and economic indicators from the two closely-related countries. Of late, the kiwi has been the top dog, with AUD/NZD falling from the top of its range above 1.1300 down to test the bottom of the range at 1.0900 yesterday. That said, today’s RBA meeting may start to tip [...] Continue Reading

Crude oil on the verge of a big breakout

Updated -  Oct 6, 2015 10:50:00 AM By Fawad Razaqzada

Both crude oil contracts are up for the third consecutive day, with Brent currently trading above the psychologically-important and key resistance level of $50 and WTI above $47 a barrel. Oil prices have been supported by a number of factors lately, including the unwinding of bearish positions, a slightly weaker US dollar, the positive vibes arising from the rebounding stock markets and Russia’s military actions in Syria which has increased supply-side risks in the Middle [...] Continue Reading

AUD/USD above .7100 after optimistic RBA, but medium-term downtrend intact

Updated -  Oct 6, 2015 8:45:00 AM By Matt Weller, CMT

In what was otherwise a very quiet overnight session, the Australian dollar edged higher as the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) maintained a neutral bias in its monetary policy meeting. As widely expected, the RBA left its main interest rate unchanged at 2.0% and did not make any other changes to monetary policy. In its essentially unchanged statement, RBA head Glenn Stevens noted that “The global economy is expanding at a moderate pace” and that [...] Continue Reading

Gold traders still undecided about direction

Updated -  Oct 6, 2015 7:30:00 AM By Fawad Razaqzada

Friday saw a big reversal in the price of gold following the publication of the US jobs report for the month of September. It is fair to say that the jobs data surprised a few people and confused others, causing both the dollar and stock markets to initially drop while gold surged higher. The initial reaction to the poor US jobs report suggests that investor concerns about the weakening of global economic recovery intensified further, [...] Continue Reading

RBA Preview: is the bank going to reinstate its easing bias?

Updated -  Oct 5, 2015 5:50:42 PM By Chris Tedder

The Reserve Bank of Australia is under pressure to loosen monetary policy further due to the risks facing the Australian economy, although it’s unlikely to do so at its policy meeting today (announcement 0330GMT). While it’s true that parts of the economy are preforming well, the broader economy is exposed to falling commodity prices and worsening economic conditions in some of its main trading partners, especially China. This is outpacing an ongoing transition away from [...] Continue Reading

EM Rundown: Dollar at risk against major EM currencies

Updated -  Oct 5, 2015 2:45:00 PM By Matt Weller, CMT

With a plethora of major central bank announcements out of the G10 this week, traders will be more focused on developed markets than their emerging market rivals, so we wanted to take a moment to reset the technical outlooks for the major EM pairs we follow: USD/RUB: All eyes on 64.00 The ruble has been a punching bag in this article (and many others) for months now, but there are finally some potential rays of [...] Continue Reading

Nikkei: From false breaks come fast moves in the opposite direction

Updated -  Oct 5, 2015 1:00:00 PM By Fawad Razaqzada

The global stock markets have rebounded strongly over the past few days following the recent turmoil. With China on holiday, concerns about the health of the world’s second largest economy have been put on the backburner for the time being, while the faltering recovery in the US and elsewhere have raised hopes the Federal Reserve will hold off raising interest rates from their record low levels for a few more months at the very least. [...] Continue Reading

EUR/USD: Something’s got to give…

Updated -  Oct 5, 2015 9:00:00 AM By Matt Weller, CMT

Even with the benefit of a weekend to digest it, market participants are still struggling to put a bullish spin on Friday’s NFP report. In fact, for many traders, the disappointing jobs report has pushed expectations for interest rate “liftoff” into 2016: according to the CME’s FedWatch tool, fed funds futures traders are only pricing in a 30% chance of a rate hike this year, and the odds don’t break above 50% until March of [...] Continue Reading

GBP loses its mojo as UK recovery slows

Updated -  Oct 5, 2015 8:00:00 AM By Fawad Razaqzada

The cost of holidays for Britons escaping the winter could become more expensive as a slowdown in domestic economic growth pushes out the Bank of England interest rate hike expectations further out, weighing on the pound. The latest data suggests activity in the key services sector slowed down to an almost 2 and a half year low at the end of third quarter, according to a closely-followed Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) compiled by Markit. [...] Continue Reading

S&P 500’s post-NFP reversal could be a bullish sign for the coming week

Updated -  Oct 2, 2015 3:00:00 PM By Matt Weller, CMT

Without fail, some popular financial personality will jokingly tweet “Week’s over” (or even “Month’s over”) after the release of the monthly Non-Farm Payroll report. Traders who took this common tongue-in-cheek joke too literally this month will be in for a rude awakening when they turn their attention back to the markets. By now, most readers know that this month’s jobs report was a big disappointment. Not only did the headline number of jobs miss expectations [...] Continue Reading

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