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NZDUSD: is this the right time for bulls to enter?

Updated -  May 25, 2015 1:27:32 AM By Chris Tedder

Thin market conditions and a lack of mark moving economic data and events have kept NZDUSD fairly closely pinned to 0.7300 in Asia. We’re expecting more of the same conditions tonight with market closures in Germany, France, Switzerland, the UK and US. This may keep NZDUSD within a fairly tight range for the time being, although thin markets are notoriously unpredictable. The US dollar was propelled higher at the end of last week by [...] Continue Reading

Japan’s mixed trade numbers and Yellen lift USDJPY

Updated -  May 24, 2015 8:44:35 PM By Chris Tedder

It’s been a relatively quiet start to the week in Asia, at least when compared with all the action in the North American session on Friday. Fed Chair Yellen stated on Friday, in prepared remarks for a speech in Rhode Island, that she expected the central bank to raise interest rates this year as the US economy bounces back from a slothful start to the year. This resulted in a push towards the US dollar [...] Continue Reading

The Top 5 Tweets of the Week from @FOREXcom

Updated -  May 22, 2015 2:42:55 PM By Neal Gilbert

Are you following the Research Team on Twitter? If not, you are missing up to the minute updates about market moves, insight in to what, when, why, and where of market moves, as well as links to easily accessible published material as soon as it is finished. Just in case you missed some of our most popular tweets of the week, here’s a Top 5 countdown to catch you up to speed. 5. (tie) [...] Continue Reading

USDJPY: 7.5-Year High at 122.00 in Sight after 2-Year High in Core CPI

Updated -  May 22, 2015 8:55:00 AM By Matt Weller, CMT

Traders throughout the US and Europe are anxiously looking ahead to kicking off the summer season with a long holiday weekend, but today’s economic data may keep most traders pinned to their desks today. Today’s marquee report was the just-released US Consumer Price Index for April, which showed that consumer prices rose at 0.1% m/m as expected. As always though, the Federal Reserve is far more interested in the change in core prices, which filter [...] Continue Reading

Crude oil eases back ahead of long weekend

Updated -  May 22, 2015 7:15:00 AM By Fawad Razaqzada

Crude oil prices are retreating today, seemingly on profit-taking ahead of the long weekend. This follows sharp gains on Thursday and a smaller rally the day before which was inspired by news of a third drawdown in US oil inventories in as many weeks. Crude’s rally on Thursday was also supported by a retreating dollar. The US currency erased some of the gains it had made earlier in the week on the back of further [...] Continue Reading

A strong performance from NZD derails AUDNZD

Updated -  May 21, 2015 11:08:41 PM By Chris Tedder

At the beginning of the week we highlighted how AUDNZD’s upward drive was losing momentum after being rejected around 1.0900. Now, a drive towards the NZ dollar that began in the US session and has gathered momentum in Asia has pushed the pair to an important support zone around its 200-day SMA. Nothing has changed from a fundamental perspective today to drive the push towards the kiwi, instead the move looks more like a correction [...] Continue Reading

Silver: Ladies and Gentleman of the Jury, What’s Your Verdict?

Updated -  May 21, 2015 3:15:00 PM By Matt Weller, CMT

As we noted earlier on twitter, it’s been a relatively quiet day in the global FX markets, with the US dollar forming inside days (where the daily peak is lower than yesterday’s high and daily trough is higher than yesterday’s low) against most of its major rivals. The same dynamic is at play in Silver, which is actually forming its second straight inside day after Tuesday’s big drop. From a technical perspective, there are [...] Continue Reading

S&P 500: trend looks strong as key levels approach

Updated -  May 21, 2015 11:25:00 AM By Fawad Razaqzada

The last time I wrote about the S&P 500, in mid-May, the benchmark US index was trying to break out of a lengthy consolidation pattern and take out sturdy resistance around 2120 (see “Stocks: can S&P 500 finally clear 2120?” for more). In that report, we pointed out the fact that the bears had been reluctant to increase their positions meaningfully when a key support level had been broken. That pattern in our view [...] Continue Reading

What Burberry tells us about the FTSE 100 and the Chinese index:

Updated -  May 21, 2015 10:55:00 AM By Kathleen Brooks

There have been a number of corporate announcements during the current earnings season that have mentioned China and the impact its slowing growth trajectory could have on future profits. High-end fashion retailer Burberry was the latest victim. It’s share price is one of the of the worst performers in the FTSE 100 on Thursday after the retailer trimmed its 2016 revenue forecast because of concerns about a slowdown in Chinese consumer spending. Chinese consumer [...] Continue Reading

FX: the carry trade’s demise gives rise to momentum

Updated -  May 21, 2015 10:10:00 AM By Kathleen Brooks

FX performance in the last week has thrown up a lot of unanswered questions: is the EUR heading lower after a period of consolidation? Is the dollar rally back on? Is GBP able to shrug off future referendum storms? This all leads to one important question for the trader – what is the market’s favourite strategy right now? Earlier this year the carry trade had been reaping fruit earlier this year, however, this strategy [...] Continue Reading

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