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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’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 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 remains on hiatus

Updated  Aug 31, 2014 11:06:00 PM


The Reserve Bank of Australia is widely expected to leave the official cash rate at 2.5% for the 13th straight month on Tuesday. In fact, the meeting may prove to be a non-event for the market. There haven’t been any major changes to economic conditions in Australia since the RBA last meet and the slight increased geopolitical risks and concerns about China’s economy are going to be weighed against renewed hope for non-mining sectors of  [...] 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 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 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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