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AUDNZD: the RBA is waiting for tomorrow’s inflation numbers

Updated -  Apr 21, 2015 12:00:00 AM By Chris Tedder

The RBA released it minutes from its policy meeting earlier this month when it decided to leave the official cash rate steady at 2.25%. The decision to remain on hold shocked some market participants, but it’s clear the RBA believes it can afford to leave the cash rate at an already accommodative level as it waits for more information on the health of the economy. In other words, the bank didn’t believe that the benefits [...] Continue Reading

Stevens is very bearish on the aussie

Updated -  Apr 20, 2015 8:14:39 PM By Chris Tedder

RBA governor Stevens has once again reiterated his bearish stance on the Australian dollar, leading to another sell-off in the volatile currency. Speaking in New York overnight, the governor stated that the AUD will ‘very likely fall further’. He also noted that Sydney house prices ‘look rather exuberant’ but one city cannot dictate policy for the entire economy; adding that an interest rate cut ‘has to be on the table’. Stevens’ bearish view on [...] Continue Reading

EURNZD: A Skeptical Choice

Updated -  Apr 20, 2015 4:29:42 PM By Neal Gilbert

The second half of North American trade provided very little in the way of excitement as most of the major moves that had occurred earlier in the day maintained throughout the rest of the day. Equities were higher by over 1 percent in the Dow, WTI remained above $57 per barrel, and the USD remained on the front foot against a majority of her peers. However, the global atmosphere could get shaken up for the [...] Continue Reading

EM Rundown: The “Fed’s-on-Hold Hootenanny”

Updated -  Apr 20, 2015 2:20:00 PM By Matt Weller, CMT

It’s no secret that the value of emerging market currencies is heavily driven by global liquidity, in particular in countries with large current account deficits that depend on external financing. Past worries about US monetary policy gave rise to phrases like “Taper Tantrum” and “Rate Hike Hissy Fit” to describe the sharp negative moves in EM currencies on concerns of an imminent tightening of monetary policy in the world’s largest economy. Now though, EM [...] Continue Reading

Silver hit by Chinese growth fears

Updated -  Apr 20, 2015 1:30:00 PM By Fawad Razaqzada

Precious metals have been hammered today with silver taking the brunt of the sell-off, down 2%. Such is the sentiment towards the precious metals that they failed to find much safe haven demand when the stock markets and the US dollar sold off last week. But with these assets making a comeback today, gold and silver are going in the opposite direction. This type of a reaction suggests that it would take something huge, say, [...] Continue Reading

NZDUSD: Milking a Pullback

Updated -  Apr 20, 2015 12:02:54 PM By Neal Gilbert

The North American trading day has been a perfect example of the recent craziness involved in equity and commodity markets as Dow and S&P are trying to gain back their Friday losses and WTI is finding even more strength as we start the week. Meanwhile, the USD is getting back some of its mojo it lost last week as well with the AUD looking like the biggest target of USD strength thus far. Big news [...] Continue Reading

EURUSD: Greek Debt Concerns Mark a Half Decade in the Headlines

Updated -  Apr 20, 2015 9:20:00 AM By Matt Weller, CMT

The buck is bouncing back as North American traders kick off a new trading week, and the proximate cause is the same one that’s been recurring on and off for over half a decade now: concerns about Greece’s finances. It was on April 23 2010 that Greece’s Prime Minister George Papandreou first requested an international bailout, officially kicking off the cycle of “Greece Unease” periodically driving the euro lower. Just two weeks ago, EURUSD [...] Continue Reading

DAX leads stock market recovery

Updated -  Apr 20, 2015 7:25:00 AM By Fawad Razaqzada

Last week was a bad one for European stocks as the major indices retreated sharply from their record or multi-year highs. A combination of factors had weighed on the sentiment. These included the nagging Greek concerns and worries about the health of the world’s largest economies – the US and China – following the release of some disappointing economic data. Today however investors have put the disappointments behind them: the leading indices are higher across [...] Continue Reading

AUDJPY: why this is a crucial week for AUD

Updated -  Apr 20, 2015 1:28:31 AM By Chris Tedder

The Australian dollar has started the week on a good note after the People’s Bank of China (PBoC) decision to cut capital requirements for commercial banks. The commodity-backed aussie popped higher at the open in response to the news, but AUDUSD couldn’t break an important short-term resistance zone around 0.7840. The commodity currency is preparing for a massive week of economic events amidst heightened levels of volatility and uncertainty about the future of interest rates [...] Continue Reading

Beijing inspires the AUD

Updated -  Apr 19, 2015 8:25:55 PM By Chris Tedder

Beijing has loosened policy one more in an effort to support its slowing economy. The People’s bank of China (PBoC) cut the reserve requirement ratio (RRR) by a 100 basis points on Sunday evening to 18.5%, reducing the amount of capital that banks are required to hold in reserve. It is the biggest cut to the RRR since the depths of a financial crisis and it’s designed to spur lending in the world’s second largest [...] Continue Reading

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