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Results for 'AUD/USD'

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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 ...


This bout of volatility is both good and bad for AUD

Updated  Oct 16, 2014 8:57:28 PM


The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) has been very vocal about the need for a lower exchange rate to support trade exposed sectors of the economy. The bank was constantly stating that the level of the aussie was unjustified and it was due for a significant correction lower. This argument was founded on the idea that AUD was, and still is according to the RBA, fundamentally overvalued. Glen Stevens and his colleagues on the board  [...] Continue Reading ...


The RBA remains on the sideline

Updated  Oct 7, 2014 1:45:48 AM


The Reserve bank of Australia left the official cash rate on hold at 2.5% as expected. In fact, the entire meeting seem to pan out exactly as we expected it would, with the bank noting the recent fall in the Australian dollar, while reiterating that it remains too high, and the hot property market. The predictable nature of today’s policy meeting at the RBA kept the aussie from shifting too far in either direction as  [...] Continue Reading ...


The RBA maintains the status quo, AUDUSD rallies

Updated  Dec 1, 2014 11:51:15 PM


The market was geared for more a dovish statement from the RBA prior to the conclusion of the bank’s policy meeting. The actual statement from Governor Stevens was very similar to prior statements and didn’t include any new hints pointing towards possible further policy easing, which helped to boost the Australian dollar through a resistance zone around 0.8500 against the USD. The RBA reiterated that the most likely course of action would be a  [...] Continue Reading ...


The RBA maintains the status quo

Updated  Nov 4, 2014 12:08:50 AM


The Reserve Bank of Australia left the official cash rate at a record low 2.5% as expected. The bank also reiterated once again that the most prudent course is likely to be a period of stability in interest rates. On the whole, the entire meeting proved to be largely a non-event for the market, although there was a slight relief rally in the Australian dollar. On the aussie, Governor Stevens stated that “the exchange  [...] Continue Reading ...


The PBoC’s decision to use its big guns saves AUDUSD

Updated  Nov 23, 2014 9:04:57 PM


The People’s Bank of China (PBoC) unexpectedly announced on Friday that it is cutting its benchmark rate for the first time since 2012, which sent investors flocking towards the commodity-backed Australian dollar. Prior to this, AUDUSD was hovering precariously close to an important support zone around 0.8600. If there pair fell through here there wouldn’t be much technical support until it reached an all-important support zone around 0.8550. China pulls out the big guns  [...] Continue Reading ...


The Australian dollar gets hit in Asia

Updated  Sep 19, 2014 1:50:15 AM


As the world was watching events unfold in the UK, commodity currencies in Asia were hit by a wave of sellers as commodity prices fell. The sell-off in key commodity prices lately has exasperated the sell-offs in AUDUSD and NZDUSD as the US dollar has risen. This has pushed both major commodity currencies through numerous key support zones against the US dollar. In Australia, the dramatic fall in iron ore prices has helped to push  [...] Continue Reading ...


The aussie’s big day

Updated  Jan 8, 2015 6:24:29 PM


It’s going to be a big day for the Australian dollar with the release of important economic data out of China and Australia later in the Asia session. The ABS is due to release Australia’s retail sales figures at 1130AEST (expected 0.2% m/m) and we are expecting China’s inflation figures for December at 1230AEST (0130GMT). Consumer prices are expected to jump 1.5% y/y, slightly higher than the prior month’s 1.4% y/y increase but below the  [...] Continue Reading ...


Strong Chinese trade data boosts the aussie

Updated  Oct 13, 2014 12:30:56 AM


Concerns about China’s growth story have been erased today by stronger than expected trade figures. September’s encouraging trade numbers are helping to quash some fears that the economy is heading for a tail-spin as the real estate market cools. Real estate has historically been a massive contributor to growth and a slump in property prices is weighing heavily on the economy. Generally speaking, an economy has two board sources of demand, internal and external.  [...] Continue Reading ...


Softer inflation gives the RBA room to maintain loose policy

Updated  Oct 21, 2014 10:25:12 PM


A drop in inflation in Australia has provided the Reserve Bank of Australia with more room to leave interest rates at lows levels for an extended period of time. Consumer prices rose 0.5% q/q last quarter, bringing year-on-year growth to 2.3%. This is slightly better than an expected increase of 0.4% q/q and a headline rate of inflation of 2.25%. Overall inflation now sits at its lowest level since Q3 last year as prices  [...] Continue Reading ...


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