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AUD jumps as the RBA cuts interest rates

Updated -  May 5, 2015 1:38:44 AM By Chris Tedder

The Australian dollar was sent on a wild ride after the RBA’s decision to cut the official cash rate by 25 basis points to 2.00%. The initial reaction of the aussie to the news was very poor, which is typically how a currency reacts when its respective central bank loosens monetary policy, but it soon rallied to a resistance zone above 0.7900. While the bank cut interest rates, it didn’t add to its trademark assault [...] Continue Reading

NZDUSD is about to run a gauntlet of data and central bankers

Updated -  May 4, 2015 8:45:10 PM By Chris Tedder

NZDUSD has been in a broad upward trend for most of the year, but it still hasn’t retraced a massive sell-off in January. At that time a combination of NZ dollar weakness and US dollar strength driven by a divergence of monetary policy expectations between the respective economies crippled NZDUSD. The totality of the sell-off was a staggering 1,000+ pips to its lowest point, all in under a month. The pair has spent the preceding [...] Continue Reading

GBPUSD: Will Bulls or Bears Win this Week’s Election?

Updated -  May 4, 2015 3:10:00 PM By Matt Weller, CMT

It’s finally election week in the UK, and unlike many elections, the winning party is far from a foregone conclusion. The latest polls show a tight race between the Conservative Party led by incumbent Prime Minister David Cameron, and the Labour Party, led by Ed Miliband, with neither party likely to secure an outright majority. As of writing, most forecasters are predicting a Conservative win by the smallest of margins, though this is far from [...] Continue Reading

USDJPY: “Golden” Breakout Could Target 7.5-Year High

Updated -  May 4, 2015 8:05:00 AM By Matt Weller, CMT

Last week, we identified USDJPY as a currency pair that could be ripe for a breakout, noting that, “most traders have lost interest in the lackluster trade of USDJPY, but ironically, that’s generally the time when a pair is most apt to see a breakout…a bullish breakout could lead to new 7.5-year highs above 122.00” (see “USDJPY: GDP Flop Not Enough to Break Triangle, but Fed on Tap” for more). Though we haven’t seen [...] Continue Reading

RBA Preview: another lineball decision

Updated -  May 3, 2015 11:27:35 PM By Chris Tedder

It has been a tumultuous few months for the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA), with the central bank continuously defying market expectations to reduce the official cash rate. The bank has been content to remain in wait-and-see mode and conserve ammunition as it assessed the impact of prior policy loosening. Board members argued that monetary policy was already loose enough to support economic growth and the weakened positive impacts of further monetary policy loosening didn’t [...] Continue Reading

The Top 5 Tweets of the Week from @FOREXcom

Updated -  May 1, 2015 3:59:16 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

AUDUSD: Technicals Point Lower, but Will the RBA Play Along?

Updated -  May 1, 2015 11:45:00 AM By Matt Weller, CMT

If you had gone on vacation this week and someone told you AUDUSD was trading at .7820 on Friday afternoon, you’d hardly be surprised; after all, the pair was closed last week right at the same .7820 level! Of course, just looking at the weekly closing prices hides all of price action throughout the week, and in the case of the AUDUSD, the outlook from the .7820 level is much less optimistic than it was [...] Continue Reading

FTSE at key juncture ahead of UK election

Updated -  May 1, 2015 7:30:00 AM By Fawad Razaqzada

The FTSE has started the new month little-changed following a sharp drop at the end of April. Despite the late sell-off, the UK index managed to end the month with a gain of about 2.5%. In contrast, the S&P 500 only managed a gain of about 1% over the month while the German DAX index ended almost 4.5% worse off. To some degree, the FTSE’s relatively better performance last month was due to the rebounding [...] Continue Reading

The BoJ may still introduce more stimulus

Updated -  Apr 30, 2015 7:55:58 PM By Chris Tedder

At its policy meeting yesterday the Bank of Japan decided to maintain its current pace of monetary expansion, ignoring some calls for more stimulus. The BoJ currently aims to expand Japan’s monetary base by around 80 trillion yen annually, as it attempts to pull the economy out of an extended recession. Prices in Japan have been stagnant for around two decades and the bank’s QQE programme is designed to end this persistent lack of [...] Continue Reading

GBPUSD: The British (Elections) are Coming!

Updated -  Apr 30, 2015 5:05:07 PM By Neal Gilbert

It was an odd day in North American trade that saw a variety of trading instruments perform daring feats of acrobatics as they jumped, fell, and sometimes did both before the day was through. US equity markets were some of the most egregious offenders as the Dow was down over 200 points in late trade only to rally back up to finish down only 195, or around 1%. The S&P 500 didn’t fare much better [...] Continue Reading

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