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It’s a huge week for the Australian dollar

Updated -  Oct 20, 2014 12:24:37 AM By Chris Tedder

It has been a pretty quiet start to the week for the Australian dollar but that may change tomorrow with the release of potential headline making economic data out of China and the RBA’s minutes from its policy meeting earlier this month. This will be followed by the release of more important economic data from China, the US and Australia, all of which have the potential to play havoc with the AUD. China’s growth [...] Continue Reading

Japan may delay another hike in the sales tax

Updated -  Oct 19, 2014 6:35:17 PM By Chris Tedder

Prime Minister Abe has provided another hint that Tokyo may delay a hike in the sales tax. In an interview with the Financial Times, the PM stated that Japan has the opportunity to end deflation and this cannot be ignored. Although, he admitted that Japan must also look to the next generation. Abe stated that “by increasing the consumption tax rate if the economy derails and if it decelerates, there will be no increase in [...] Continue Reading

GBP/USD: Decision Time

Updated -  Oct 17, 2014 2:46:29 PM By Neal Gilbert

Over the last two weeks the GBP/USD has been on quite the roller coaster ride. It started the month of October trying to lick the wounds of a 550 point drop down through 1.60, and succeeded for the most part as it rallied back up to 1.62 before markets around the world started dropping like flies. Now as we end the week, there is newfound optimism as risk markets have found some footing for a [...] Continue Reading

WTI: Why The Improvement?

Updated -  Oct 17, 2014 9:00:00 AM By Matt Weller, CMT

A few weeks ago, we noted how traders were beginning to take the uptrend in US equities as an inevitability, on par with Benjamin Franklin’s famous quip about “death and taxes.” Not surprisingly, the assumption of a perpetual, uninterrupted rise in stocks has been proven false over the past few weeks, but traders have now grown accumstomed to a similarly strong downtrend in oil prices. We suspect that this strong trend is also vulnerable [...] Continue Reading

Central banks to the rescue could be dollar positive

Updated -  Oct 17, 2014 8:30:00 AM By Kathleen Brooks

Market sentiment is back at the end of the week, stocks in Europe are higher, oil prices are rising and even Greek bond yields are falling. Central bankers from the US and UK have saved the day, but will volatility recede from here? Although Fed Governor Yellen did not mention Fed policy or the economic outlook during her speech on Friday, it seems she left the talking to other members of the Fed, Thursday’s [...] Continue Reading

China GDP preview: Q3 was a tough quarter

Updated -  Oct 17, 2014 12:30:19 AM By Chris Tedder

China’s Q3 growth figures are due out next Tuesday and are expected to highlight how tough the quarter was for the world’s second largest economy. The economy is expected to have expanded around 7.2% y/y, after a 7.5% growth rate in Q2, and 7.4% YTD y/y. This is clearly below the government’s official growth target of 7.5%, although Beijing has stated recently that it would accept growth slightly below this level. The problem in [...] Continue Reading

This bout of volatility is both good and bad for AUD

Updated -  Oct 16, 2014 8:57:28 PM By Chris Tedder

The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) has been very vocal about the need for a lower exchange rate to support trade exposed sectors of the economy. The bank was constantly stating that the level of the aussie was unjustified and it was due for a significant correction lower. This argument was founded on the idea that AUD was, and still is according to the RBA, fundamentally overvalued. Glen Stevens and his colleagues on the board [...] Continue Reading

Crude oil stages short-covering bounce despite bearish oil report

Updated -  Oct 16, 2014 12:40:00 PM By Fawad Razaqzada

The price of WTI crude oil this morning fell below the key $80.00 for the first time since June 2012. However it has bounced back sharply from there and not even a bearish-looking oil report could halt the comeback. The Energy Information Administration (EIA) data showed crude stockpiles in the US climbed by a much larger than expected 8.9 million barrels last week, while gasoline inventories decreased by a good 4 million barrels and distillate [...] Continue Reading

Gold: will the on-going uncertainty cause the metal to break key level?

Updated -  Oct 16, 2014 9:15:00 AM By Fawad Razaqzada

Gold continues to remain in favour during this period of great uncertainty and stock market turmoil. It is however a concern that the metal has not yet found greater safe haven demand, which goes to show what investors really think about the outlook for the yellow metal even at times like this. Indeed, ETF investors have yet to show their support and some are exiting the market at these higher levels: despite yesterday’s sharp rally, [...] Continue Reading

USDJPY: Risk Aversion Rules the Roost

Updated -  Oct 16, 2014 8:25:00 AM By Matt Weller, CMT

As North American traders woke up this morning, they were greeted by a number concerning signs out of Europe. Most importantly, sovereign debt yields are surging across periphery Europe, raising fears of a 2010-esque panic. At the same time, US Treasury yields have dropped below the key psychological 2.00% level, global equity markets are on the back foot, and gold prices are continuing to grind higher, all classic signs of risk aversion in the [...] Continue Reading

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