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GBP: Looking back to May 6th 2010

Updated -  May 6, 2015 10:10:00 AM By Kathleen Brooks

With less than 24 hours to go before the 2015 UK election gets under way, the UK markets are fairly sanguine. The FTSE 100 has stabilised around the 50-day sma and GBPUSD looks comfortable above 1.5000, after the stunning service sector PMI for April surged to its highest level since August 2014. While the good economic news is reflected in the UK’s asset prices - Gilt yields have also risen to their highest level so [...] Continue Reading

USDCHF: Break of .9200 Support Puts .9000 on the Table

Updated -  May 6, 2015 9:40:00 AM By Matt Weller, CMT

US dollar bulls took one on the chin this morning with the release of the April ADP Non-Farm employment report. While not as widely-watched as the Friday’s marquee NFP report from the BLS, ADP’s report can still provide an accurate view of the health of the labor market, and based on this morning’s release, it looks like the labor market may be coming down with a bug. The report showed just 169k net new [...] Continue Reading

CAC: stock market sentiment remains cagy ahead of US data

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

The European stock markets have recovered somewhat after Tuesday’s sharp sell-off. Sentiment has improved a little on the back of mostly better-than-expected European data but remains cautious due to the on-going uncertainty over Greece, the UK election, and ahead of key US macroeconomic pointers this week. The latest services PMI figures out of Spain and Italy topped expectations this morning while the final version of the euro zone PMI was also revised higher. However the [...] Continue Reading

AUDNZD: the antipodean currency battle that both sides want to lose

Updated -  May 6, 2015 12:26:41 AM By Chris Tedder

AUDNZD has been propelled higher once more, much to the delight of the RBNZ but to the chagrin of the RBA. Both central banks have been very vocal about the need for softer exchange rates in their respective countries to help promote economic growth. When a currency strengthens, or at least refuses to fall, alongside commodity prices in a commodity-backed economy it can be very detrimental to growth. Not only does it directly diminish economy [...] Continue Reading

NZDUSD’s wild ride

Updated -  May 5, 2015 8:07:13 PM By Chris Tedder

NZDUSD have been all over the place in last 12 hours, as widespread USD strength fights kiwi weakness. This has pushed the pair towards trend line support and has compounded some technical weakness in price. From here we’re eyeing off support around 0.7480 – trend line support and recent low. The plummeting kiwi is being pushed lower by softer than expected Q1 employment numbers out of NZ. The unemployment rate unexpectedly remained at 5.8%, [...] Continue Reading

NZDCAD: More than Just Employment

Updated -  May 5, 2015 4:20:53 PM By Neal Gilbert

The second half of the North American trading session didn’t provide any new wrinkles to the already determined path of most trading instruments from the morning session. The USD continued to lose ground, US equity markets crept ever lower, and commodities enjoyed a little strength. As we head in to the Asian trading session though, there will be some major market moving events that could upend some of these moves, starting with New Zealand’s [...] Continue Reading

EURGBP: The Lesser of Two Evils?

Updated -  May 5, 2015 2:30:00 PM By Matt Weller, CMT

Did you hear that Greece’s financial woes are in the news again? If there was an award for “Least Surprising Economic Development of the Last Half Decade,” the above question would be the runaway winner. As my colleague Fawad Razaqzada noted earlier this morning, “the International Monetary Fund has warned Greece that it is so far off course on its $172bn bailout program that it could potentially lose IMF support.” This leaves Greece [...] Continue Reading

WTI crude surpasses $60

Updated -  May 5, 2015 12:30:00 PM By Fawad Razaqzada

Crude oil has resumed its strong recovery since bottoming out in mid-March. Both Brent and WTI oil prices have rallied in seven out of the past eight weeks, with the latter having now surpassed the psychologically-important price of $60 a barrel. Brent is hovering around the $68 handle. Both oil contracts are thus at their highest levels since early December and on course to make back more of the losses suffered since last summer. The [...] Continue Reading

AUDJPY: Will the Dust Settle?

Updated -  May 5, 2015 11:55:33 AM By Neal Gilbert

The morning half of the North American trading session has been a bit mixed this morning as US and Canadian data releases weren’t making investors feel too sure of themselves. The Trade Balance figures from both nations were dismal while Service PMI’s from the US weren’t too bad, and in fact, showed that employment grew for both the ISM and Markit versions of the report. The positive results for employment may help to lighten the [...] Continue Reading

King Dollar Suffers a Setback in the Game of Thrones

Updated -  May 5, 2015 8:45:00 AM By Matt Weller, CMT

“When you play the game of the thrones, you win or you die” - Cersei Lannister, Game of Thrones HBO’s epic “Game of Thrones” series, based on the books by George R. R. Martin, has captured the world’s imagination with its massive scale and brutal violence. In some ways, the HBO series’ constant competition and unexpected twists of fortune mirror the forex market, though until last month, there was just one unchallenged “king” of the [...] Continue Reading

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