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Fed watch: Yellen adds fuel to the USD fire

Updated -  Aug 22, 2014 12:20:00 PM

Chairwoman of the Federal Reserve, Janet Yellen, has opened the 2014 Jackson Hole conference of central bankers and the dollar bulls like it. The dollar index is set to close the week at its highest level since September 2013, even though Yellen didn’t drop any hints about what the Fed plans to do once it finishes its tapering programme in October. Instead, the market seems to be jumping on the back of the uncertainty  [...] Continue Reading

GBPJPY: stuck between a rock and a hard place

Updated -  Aug 20, 2014 8:57:34 PM

The GBP was bolstered overnight by a strong signal from the BoJ that we’re nearing the new era of tighter monetary policy. In the words of my colleague Kathleen Books, there was mutiny at the BOE (read her full report here). Two members of the MPC have voted to go against their Governor by voting for a rate hike already. However, soft inflation expectations have put a damper on the pound’s rally. Nonetheless,  [...] Continue Reading

Tags: BOE, Chris Tedder, FX, GBP

Mutiny at the Bank of England

Updated -  Aug 20, 2014 6:15:00 AM

The hawks at the Bank of England have started to spread their wings. At last two members of the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) have broken ranks with the Governor for the first time since 2011. The longest period of unity in the MPC’s history has been shattered, now things at the BOE will start to get interesting. The fact that two members have voted for a rate hike already is significant for a few  [...] Continue Reading

GBPUSD: Mark Carney to the rescue

Updated -  Aug 18, 2014 5:40:00 AM

After a dismal performance last week, the pound was one of the weakest performers in the global FX space and only managed to beat the Turkish lira and Israeli shekel, the pound is back. It has bounced off its 200-day sma support at 1.6667, which has fuelled some speculation that a recovery could be on the cards. A long wait for BOE minutes Whether or not we extend gains this week could depend  [...] Continue Reading

Currency focus: is the attack on GBP justified?

Updated -  Aug 15, 2014 7:10:00 AM

The pound was one of the weakest performers in the FX space last week. To put this into perspective, it fell against all the other G10 currencies, on a broader basis, the Russian ruble and Argentinian peso out-performed the pound last week. The only other currencies that were weaker than the pound were the Israeli shekel and the Turkish lira. The latter was sold after Prime Minister Erdogan won the country’s first direct Presidential election,  [...] Continue Reading

GBPJPY: Will the Critical 1.7050-1.7100 Support Zone Hold?

Updated -  Aug 14, 2014 1:10:00 PM

The driving theme in the forex market over the last 48 hours has no doubt been the ongoing drop in the British pound. We’ve already covered the catalyst for the drop, as well as key levels to watch on GBPUSD, but it’s also worthwhile to check in on the more volatile GBPJPY in the wake of the pound’s bearish run. From a fundamental perspective, both the pound and the yen have had  [...] Continue Reading

GBPUSD: testing critical support at 1.6664

Updated -  Aug 14, 2014 5:50:00 AM

The selling pressure on the pound has not eased as we move into Thursday and the sell-off that started in July could be about to gather pace if GBPUSD fails to hold above support at 1.6664 – the 200-day sma. If we get a daily close below this level then the technical and fundamental backdrop would both start to look grave for sterling. The pound and the BOE Although GBPUSD has fallen more than  [...] Continue Reading

One to watch: GBPAUD hits the bottom of its trading channel

Updated -  Aug 14, 2014 1:14:05 AM

The Bank of England’s willingness to remain on hold for the remainder of the year despite a strong economy is weighing heavily on the pound. The market had high hopes for last night’s inflation report, but the BoE is clearly reluctant to raise rates in the face of a soft labour market. The ensuing blow to the market’s timetable for interest rates in England resulted in a big sell-off in the GBP (see my colleague  [...] Continue Reading

Tags: AUD, BOE, Chris Tedder, FX, GBP

BOE Inflation Report – it’s all about the money, money, money…

Updated -  Aug 13, 2014 7:30:00 AM

What a difference 2 months’ make. Back in June, Mark Carney went out of his way to say that rates could rise sooner than expected, today, during his third Inflation Report of the year, he said that “now is not the time for a rate increase”, and when it is the time rate hikes will be slow and steady. Carney was called an unreliable boyfriend for his switch in tone towards rate hikes, but,  [...] Continue Reading

EURGBP: Bottoming Pattern Points to Bigger Rally if .7980 is Eclipsed

Updated -  Aug 12, 2014 2:35:00 PM

Last Wednesday, we discussed the potential for a EURGBP to form a meaningful bottom if rates could break above the key .7980 area (see “EURGBP: Why .7980 is the Most Important Number in Europe Right Now” below for more). Though rates inched above that level to close last week, this week’s price action has been extremely disappointing for the bulls, with rates pulling back to the mid-.7900s in lackluster trade. However, as my colleague Kathleen  [...] Continue Reading

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