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CADJPY is looking shaky ahead of Canada’s jobs numbers

Updated -  Jul 10, 2014 11:17:51 PM By Chris Tedder

CADJPY is starting to look somewhat vulnerable from a technical perspective after being rejected by an important resistance zone around the pair’s 61.8% retracement level from this year’s high. The pair has been struggling all week due to widespread yen strength and some mixed economic data out of Canada, and now price is holding just above a key support zone ahead of the release of Canada’s jobs numbers for June. The technical weakness in [...] Continue Reading

European stocks pare losses, but concerns over Portuguese bank linger

Updated -  Jul 10, 2014 11:30:00 AM By Fawad Razaqzada

The global stock markets have pared some of their losses from earlier in the session but still remain in the red going into the European close. Stocks were sharply lower earlier, led by Europe where concerns about the health of Banco Espirito Santo (BES) dented market sentiment with bank shares losing ground across the board. Trading in shares of Portugal’s largest bank, along with its biggest shareholder Espírito Santo Financial Group (ESFG), were halted after [...] Continue Reading

Is Bearish Sector Rotation a Harbinger for a Potential Pullback in S&P500?

Updated -  Jul 10, 2014 11:10:00 AM By Matt Weller

At first blush, this week’s drop in global stock indices looks like just another pullback within the long-term uptrend. And in all likelihood it is. But the recent dip gives us the opportunity to delve into a potentially bearish development simmering beneath the surface of the stock market’s rally as we head into the meat of the Q2 earnings season. Sector rotation is a method of examining stock markets that goes beyond traditional technical analysis. [...] Continue Reading

USDCAD: All Eyes on Critical 1.07 Level Ahead of Employment

Updated -  Jul 10, 2014 9:25:00 AM By Matt Weller

At the start of this week, we asked if USDCAD could be the “Mecca” of G10 volatility this week. While that prediction has hardly come to fruition (the pair has been contained to just a 70-pip range thus far this week), the fundamental and technical picture is starting to look more constructive ahead of tomorrow’s Canadian employment report. Tackling the fundamental side of the ledger first, data out of the Great White North has [...] Continue Reading

Precious metals surge on haven buying

Updated -  Jul 10, 2014 8:15:00 AM By Fawad Razaqzada

Precious metals have surged higher, even though the Indian government may have disappointed a few by refusing to reduce the import duty on the metal as it unveiled the 2014/5 budget today. It looks like the price of gold has been driven, above all, by safe haven buying as other risk assets such as stocks have dropped sharply and extended their recent weakness. The stock market has sold off mainly on concerns about the health [...] Continue Reading

The Aussie reacts to Australia’s jobs report and China’s trade numbers

Updated -  Jul 10, 2014 12:10:24 AM By Chris Tedder

There was some volatility in the Australian dollar today which was the result of mixed Australian labour market figures and Chinese trade data. At first, the Aussie jumped higher on the back of June’s jobs report out of Australia, but the initial euphoria quickly wore off and it sank below pre-report levels. The commodity currency was then hit again by some slightly disappointing trade figures out of China. The resulting sell-off saw AUDUSD dip below [...] Continue Reading

It’s going to be a big day for AUDJPY

Updated -  Jul 9, 2014 7:08:22 PM By Chris Tedder

Since its attempted break out in May, AUDJPY has been drifting broadly sideways. The pair has been in consolidation mode as it waits for something to break it out of its recent trading pattern. The amount of potential market moving economic data out of China, Australia and Japan today may provide the push that AUDJPY needs. Japan’s data deluge First up, Japan releases a slew of economic data at 2350GMT today. The deluge includes [...] Continue Reading

BOE Preview: Will the MPC Tweak its Statement?

Updated -  Jul 9, 2014 2:45:00 PM By Matt Weller

This week’s outlook for sterling begins and ends with tomorrow’s BOE monetary policy “decision” and statement. The “decision” is in quotation marks because there’s unlikely to be any deliberation at all: the BOE will almost certainly leave interest rates unchanged at 0.50% and the Asset Purchase Facility at £375B per year. However, whether and how the central bank chooses to tweak its statement could have a big effect on traders’ interest rate expectations. About [...] Continue Reading

Precious metals higher ahead of FOMC minutes, Indian budget

Updated -  Jul 9, 2014 12:30:00 PM By Fawad Razaqzada

As gold and silver are priced in the US dollar and tend to move inversely with assets deemed risky, such as stocks, the conditions have thus been positive for the metals today with the greenback weakening and equities remaining largely out of favour. All eyes are on the FOMC’s last meeting minutes, scheduled for publication at 19:00 GMT (14:00 ET) this evening. If the minutes are more dovish than expected then one would expect a [...] Continue Reading

Hong Kong Dollar: is the peg under threat?

Updated -  Jul 9, 2014 11:20:00 AM By Kathleen Brooks

The Hong Kong Dollar (HKD) isn’t a currency we often talk about at as it is pegged to the USD and usually doesn’t move too much. However, USDHKD has recently fallen to its lowest level since the end of 2012, at 7.75 – the lower bound of its trading band versus the USD- which, combined with social unrest in the region, is making us sit up and take notice. 7.75 is a critical [...] Continue Reading

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