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EURGBP: Downtrend Resuming After Today’s Turbulence?

Updated -  Nov 26, 2014 8:55:00 AM By Matt Weller, CMT

While many US traders are anxiously watching the status of their flights on the biggest travel day of the year, European traders have seen a bit of turbulence in today’s European session. First, traders got a glimpse of the revision to Q3 UK GDP, which came out at 0.7% q/q as expected, marking the 6th consecutive quarter this specific reading has been 0.7% or 0.8%. While some of the report’s details were less-than-stellar, traders have [...] Continue Reading


RBA ponders cutting the OCR; OECD recommends the bank raise it

Updated -  Nov 26, 2014 12:57:44 AM By Chris Tedder

The Organisation for Economic Development has recommended that the Reserve Bank of Australia begins tightening interest rates from Q2 next year in order to prevent property prices rising to risky levels. Meanwhile, RBA deputy governor Lowe told a room full of economists last night that if further rates cut are required, they should be somewhat successful in stimulating economic activity. Just last month Lowe said that “the longer it (low rates) runs without a pick-up [...] Continue Reading


The PBoC takes the wind out of the yuan’s sails

Updated -  Nov 25, 2014 9:11:53 PM By Chris Tedder

The yuan has been steadily trending higher against the USD since April but the People’s Bank of China’s decision to unexpectedly cut interest rates last week and recent US dollar strength has reversed USDCNY’s trajectory. The pair has now reached its 100-day, a break of which would be a bullish technical indicator. On Friday, the PBoC unexpectedly announced that it was cutting its benchmark rate for the first time since 2012. China’s central bank [...] Continue Reading


AUDUSD’s “Spidey Sense” is Tingling

Updated -  Nov 25, 2014 1:55:00 PM By Matt Weller, CMT

Much like my wife, markets almost never give clear, unambiguous signals. Last week’s surprise decision by the PBOC to cut interest rates for the first time in more than two years provides the perfect example. Immediately following the decision, traders bid up the AUDUSD, reasoning that more stimulus in China should benefit the country’s imports and by extension, trading partners like Australia and New Zealand. However, an opposing narrative has emerged this week, helped [...] Continue Reading


Gold and silver at key technical junctures

Updated -  Nov 25, 2014 12:50:00 PM By Fawad Razaqzada

Gold and silver were both trading higher earlier today, but as I go to press they have turned mixed with the former turning flat. The metals found support from a weaker dollar which fell on the back of some mixed-bag US data. Among the data highlights, consumer sentiment took a surprise tumble in November while the third quarter GDP was unexpectedly revised higher. The Conference Board’s composite index based on a survey of about 5 [...] Continue Reading


USDJPY: Strong GDP Fails to Invigorate Buck Bulls

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

To avoid conflicts with Thursday’s Thanksgiving holiday in the US, a week’s worth of US economic data is being released over just today and tomorrow’s trading sessions. This veritable raft of US data includes high-impact releases like Preliminary GDP (just released); the S&P Case-Shiller Home Price Index, Richmond Fed Manufacturing Index, and Conference Board Consumer Confidence survey (later today); and US Durable Goods Orders, Initial Unemployment Claims, Personal Spending and Income data, Chicago PMI, New [...] Continue Reading


DAX higher as German GDP left unrevised, but index looking overbought

Updated -  Nov 25, 2014 7:40:00 AM By Fawad Razaqzada

The European stock markets have opened higher today with the German DAX index once again being one of the top performers with a gain of 1%. Investors are relieved that Germany’s third quarter GDP was left unrevised, but more importantly that the admittedly-meagre 0.1% growth was fuelled by consumer spending. This component of the GDP climbed by an impressive 0.7 per cent, boosted in part by record low interest rates. The weaker euro has also [...] Continue Reading


Swiss gold referendum: what does this mean for EURCHF?

Updated -  Nov 25, 2014 7:20:00 AM By Kathleen Brooks

On Sunday 30th November the Swiss people will go to the polls to decide on a referendum on the Swiss Central Bank’s (the SNB) gold reserves. The proposal put forward by the right wing Swiss People’s Party would require the SNB to hold gold reserves equivalent to 20% of their total assets, all Swiss gold held with foreign central banks would need to be repatriated, and the SNB would need to commit to never selling [...] Continue Reading


There is clearly some disagreement within the BoJ about the use of extreme QE to spur consumer price growth. The BoJ’s meeting in the last week of October ended with the bank increasing its annual purchases of government debt to 80 trillion yen from 50 trillion and changing what it purchases to include EFTs tied to the JPX-Nikkei 400, but it was a very tightly contested decision. Only five of the nine members on the [...] Continue Reading


AUDNZD continues to test a key support zone

Updated -  Nov 24, 2014 6:52:28 PM By Chris Tedder

Last week AUDNZD briefly managed to push off a critical support zone around 1.0940/50, before sellers swamped the pair once more. Given the imbedded weakness in this pair it seems that it may only be a matter of time before AUDNZD breaks through the aforementioned support zone, but we cannot ignore the sheer strength of said support. All the talk of possible fundamental NZD weakness and AUD strength doing the rounds are making investors [...] Continue Reading


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