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Technical update: Is AUDCAD running out of steam?

Updated -  Apr 24, 2014 2:04:14 AM By Chris Tedder

AUDCAD has been in a broad upward trend all year but this may be about to come to an end. There are some technical signs that the pair may be running on fumes. There has been a bearish crossover in daily MACD, the pair is looking oversold on a weekly chart and there is a potential bearish divergence between price action and daily RSI. In saying that, it may be too early to get overly [...] Continue Reading

AUDNZD gets hit by Australia’s CPI data and a rate hike by the RBNZ

Updated -  Apr 23, 2014 7:29:01 PM By Chris Tedder

The Reserve Bank of New Zealand (RBNZ) raised the official cash rate by 25 bps to 3.00% as expected. The bank was unfazed by lower than expected inflation in Q1 and falling dairy prices over the last couple of months, as we suspected it would be. Over the medium-term inflation remains an issue for the RBNZ, with non-tradeables inflation gathering momentum and tradeables inflation only being held down by a strong exchange rate which the [...] Continue Reading

Kiwi rallies as RBNZ raised rates by 25bps to 3.00%

Updated -  Apr 23, 2014 5:35:00 PM By Chris Tevere, CMT

The Kiwi has rallied after the Reserve Bank of New Zealand raised rates by 25bps to 3.00% – This was in-line with market expectations. Overall, the tone of the statement was slightly more upbeat and did little to suggest that future rate hikes would be on pause. As a result, the NZD has caught a bit across the board between 30-50 pips (at the time of this writing) and may be poised for further strength [...] Continue Reading

EUR/CAD: Break of 1.5300 Resistance Could Herald 200-pip Rally

Updated -  Apr 23, 2014 2:05:00 PM By Matt Weller

Yesterday, we examined the longer-term charts of the USD/CAD, concluding that the bias remains generally to the topside above 1.0850 support (see “USD/CAD: The Long View Remains Bullish” for more). Today’s Canadian Retail Sales figure helped validate that view; though the headline number came in as expected at 0.5%, the previous month’s report was revised sharply lower – from 1.3% to 0.9% - leading traders to view the release as negative for the loonie. [...] Continue Reading

GBPUSD achieves the ATR target in the post-Easter shortened week

Updated -  Apr 23, 2014 11:15:00 AM By Chris Tevere, CMT

Let’s face it, the whole purpose of doing any form of analysis, whether that is technical, fundamental or statistical, is to try to identify higher probability trading opportunities. As many of you know, one of my favorite strategies is the utilization of a European opening range and while it will typically focus on EURUSD it can be applied to any of the European majors. Ideally, if price is struggling near these events (typically spotted [...] Continue Reading

EUR/AUD major beneficiary of Wednesday’s data releases; more gains possible

Updated -  Apr 23, 2014 11:00:00 AM By Fawad Razaqzada

The latest eurozone purchasing managers’ indices, released this morning, were better than expected. The headline eurozone services sector PMI rose to 53.1 from 52.2 last month while the manufacturing PMI edged up to 53.3 from 53.0 previously. Significantly for the single currency it was Germany, the euro area’s economic powerhouse, where private sector activity accelerated most notably, with both of its sector PMIs hitting two-month highs. The French PMI readings, which had come out earlier [...] Continue Reading

The S&P 500 looks set to open lower today. Given that this morning’s earnings results have been mostly better than expected and the fact that there was some mixed-bag data from Asia and Europe overnight, the weakness can at least be partly blamed on profit-taking. Indeed with shares on Wall Street rallying in each of the last six trading days, the odds for a pullback of some sort is correspondingly increasing each day. Also weighing [...] Continue Reading

USD/CNH Reaches New 14-Month Highs as Rally Continues Unabated

Updated -  Apr 23, 2014 8:40:00 AM By Matt Weller

In today’s Asian session, traders got their first glimpse into how the world’s second-largest economy has been performing in April. To wit, China’s HSBC Flash Manufacturing PMI figure came in at 48.3, painting the same subdued picture that it has for the past few months. China bulls may take solace in the fact that this was the first time the measure has improved since back in October 2013, but traders will want to see if [...] Continue Reading

USDJPY weakness: could it hurt other markets?

Updated -  Apr 23, 2014 8:00:00 AM By Kathleen Brooks

This morning USDJPY has come under pressure, and has fallen below its 50-day moving average at 102.38. This is another set-back in USDJPY’s recovery, and suggests that the recent rally was half-hearted at best since the bulls could not push this pair above a key resistance level at 102.48 – the base of the daily cloud. Below the cloud suggests a technical downtrend. Inter-market relationships So what is weighing on the USD? Economic [...] Continue Reading

The RBA can breathe a sigh of relief

Updated -  Apr 23, 2014 12:16:16 AM By Chris Tedder

It turns out that inflation in Australia isn’t running as hot as the market had previously anticipated, which is good news for the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA). The RBA has made it very clear that it prefers to remain on the sidelines in the near-term and let prior easing find its way into the real economy. Another very strong inflation reading for last quarter (Q4 inflation rose 0.8%) would have cast doubt over the [...] Continue Reading

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