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Results for 'AUD/USD'

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Why is the Aussie so hot right now?

Updated  Mar 24, 2014 9:32:26 PM

The Aussie has broadly been on the front foot ever since last month’s strong employment report out of Australia, with the commodity currency pushing higher against the US dollar than any other G10 currency, it even outperformed the kiwi which is backed by rising interest rates. AUDUSD is hovering around its highest level in over four months and has risen around 2.31% in this month alone, compared with only a 1.88% increase in NZDUSD over  [...] Continue Reading ...

Weekly Strategy-Sell AUD/USD for Another Wave of Risk Aversion

Updated  Oct 13, 2011 3:55:00 PM

AUD/USD has experienced an outsized rebound as markets were caught extremely short of risk following last weekend's pledge by German and French leaders to deliver a comprehensive solution to the Eurozone debt crisis. Whether or not they can actually come up with a credible plan remains to be seen, but regardless we think the global growth outlook is continuing to slow and that ultimately risk assets should move lower again. Our preference is to sell  [...] Continue Reading ...

The RBA’s minutes portray a bank in wait-and-see mode

Updated  Jul 15, 2014 12:37:44 AM

The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) released its minutes from its policy meeting earlier this month, which showed that the bank is maintaining its current neutral policy stance. The RBA reiterated that the most likely course was likely to be a period of stability in interest rates, and it appears to be waiting to see what impact the already very accommodative level of monetary policy has on the economy. The board did state that it’s  [...] Continue Reading ...

The RBA’s in wait-and-see mode

Updated  Jun 2, 2014 2:07:18 AM

The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) is widely expected to leave the official cash rate at a record low 2.5% at its policy meeting on June 3 (the decision is expected at 0430GMT). Economic data recently has been broadly mixed, which underscores the fragile state of affairs in Australia and the need for accommodative monetary policy for some time to come. While the economy has improved for the most part this year, the recovery hit  [...] Continue Reading ...

The RBA, China’s PMI data and the Aussie

Updated  Apr 1, 2014 12:22:00 AM

The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) left the official cash rate at 2.5% as expected, reiterating that the most prudent course if likely to be a period of stability in interest rates. RBA Governor Stevens was careful not to spook the market in any way by not hugely altering his statement from the bank’s meeting last month, despite a slew of better than expected economic data during March. However, Stevens was slightly more vocal  [...] Continue Reading ...

The RBA maintains its cautions outlook for the economy

Updated  Aug 19, 2014 12:51:33 AM

The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) has reiterated that the most prudent course is likely a period of stability in interest rates. At its monetary policy meeting earlier this month the bank held the cash rate at a record low 2.5% for the twelfth straight month. The minutes suggest that the tone of the most recent meeting matches those of prior policy meetings. The bank is clearly concerned about the uncertain outlook for growth  [...] Continue Reading ...

The RBA holds firm

Updated  Aug 5, 2014 1:27:40 AM

The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) decided to leave the official cash rate at 2.5% and maintain its neutral policy stance as expected. The bank once again signalled that monetary policy is in a period of stability as the already accommodative stance of policy fosters demand and fuels growth. This was largely expected by the market, thus today’s meeting was a mostly a non-event for the market. The bank noted that the recent fall  [...] Continue Reading ...

The RBA has its eyes on the labour market and the Aussie

Updated  Apr 15, 2014 1:27:54 AM

The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) reiterated in the minutes from its policy meeting earlier this month that the most prudent course was likely to be a period of stability in interest rates. At the meeting the bank left the official cash rate at a record low 2.5%. The minutes indicate the bank remains concerned about the health of Australia’s labour market, even after February’s strong employment report. February’s shock employment report wasn’t a  [...] Continue Reading ...

The RBA can breathe a sigh of relief

Updated  Apr 23, 2014 12:16:16 AM

It turns out that inflation in Australia isn’t running as hot as the market had previously anticipated, which is good news for the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA). The RBA has made it very clear that it prefers to remain on the sidelines in the near-term and let prior easing find its way into the real economy. Another very strong inflation reading for last quarter (Q4 inflation rose 0.8%) would have cast doubt over the  [...] Continue Reading ...

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

Updated  Jul 10, 2014 12:10:24 AM

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 ...

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