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EU Referendum Watch: EUR/GBP faces key test this week

Updated -  May 10, 2016 9:00:00 AM

The EUR/GBP managed to bounce back relatively sharply just before the end of last month after receding Brexit fears had exerted strong downward pressure on the cross throughout the month of April. The recovery may have been driven by lingering ‘Brexit’ concerns and recent weakness in UK data, including last week’s Purchasing Managers’ Indices (PMI) which fell across all the three major sectors of the UK economy as caution prevailed ahead of the UK-EU referendum  [...] Continue Reading

GBP/USD: Bears break their fast on Brexit fears

Updated -  Mar 15, 2016 12:20:00 PM

The theme of today’s European session trade was undoubtedly risk aversion, with every major European equity bourse losing ground, bond yields generally rising, and oil losing another 2+%  thus far. As often happens in markets though, the big catalyst for today’s trade is not what most traders were expecting. Heading into today, most market participants were keyed in on today’s US economic data and preparing for the Federal Reserve’s announcement tomorrow. As it turns out  [...] Continue Reading

GBP/USD: Still trapped below 1.4600 as traders warily eye the BOE

Updated -  Feb 15, 2016 9:10:00 AM

For the morning after Valentine’s Day, it still feels like love is in the air, at least for risk bulls. European equity markets are trading 3-4% higher across the board, oil (WTI) is rising back to test the 30.00 handle, and the US Dollar Index continues to recover off Thursday’s four-month low. With many US traders off the desk celebrating the President’s Day holiday, trade is likely to slow down dramatically when European markets close,  [...] Continue Reading

EUR/GBP at a 1-year high – bulls may eye .8000 next

Updated -  Feb 9, 2016 3:15:00 PM

Earlier today, we talked about the recent strength of the euro in the context of EUR/USD, but the moves in EUR/GBP since the start of December have been even more impressive. Since bottoming near the .7000 handle in late November, the normally quiet pair has tacked on over 800 pips to hit a 1-year high above .7800. From a fundamental perspective, the huge rally in EUR/GBP shows an often overlooked truism: it’s not the  [...] Continue Reading

GBP/USD rallies but US data, BoE may throw the spanner in the works

Updated -  Feb 3, 2016 7:20:00 AM

So weak has the dollar been this week that even the GBP/USD has managed to regain its poise. Clearly, traders are no longer expecting the US Federal Reserve to embark on an aggressive tightening cycle after the central bank had hinted in December at several more interest rate rises when it increased rates for the first time since 2006. Since December, concerns have increased over the US economic outlook while worries over China have also  [...] Continue Reading

GBP/JPY pounding to resume?

Updated -  Feb 2, 2016 11:50:00 AM

The pound has been typically volatile over the past several days, especially against the US dollar. The GBP/USD has alternated between a red and a green day for the past eight sessions. Against the yen however, it has been mostly green during this period, except today. Today, the GBP/JPY has turned lower along with almost all the other yen crosses amid the return of the “risk off” trade with both stocks and crude plunging. The  [...] Continue Reading

AU jobs report and BOE leave GBP/AUD in a precarious spot

Updated -  Jan 14, 2016 9:00:00 AM

Data-starved traders finally got some much needed morsels to chew on, namely the AU employment report in today’s Asian session and this morning’s BOE “Super Thursday” festivities. Let’s tackle these key releases in order and discuss what they may mean for GBP/AUD, a notoriously volatile currency pair. Though today’s AU jobs report was nowhere near the incredible (literally, some traders did not consider the numbers credible) readings of the last two months, which averaged in  [...] Continue Reading

BOE’s Super Thursday festivities could set the tone for EUR/GBP's next big move

Updated -  Jan 13, 2016 2:40:00 PM

So far, today’s price action has broadly followed the script laid out in the first part of the week: It remains to be seen whether we’ll see a late-day rally to bring US equities back into positive territory (given the extent of this morning’s selloff, it’s going to be tough), but so far, today’s trade has been rather “ho-hum” on the whole. One currency pair that’s poised for a potentially big move one way  [...] Continue Reading

Make or break time for GBP/JPY bulls

Updated -  Jan 5, 2016 2:00:00 PM

The big “risk-off” trade over the last couple of weeks has taken a bite out of many markets, but perhaps no widely-followed instrument has been hit as hard as GBP/JPY. Just before Christmas week, the historically volatile pair was trading up around 183.00, at roughly the same level as it was exchanging hands back in late August. Over the last three weeks though, the bottom has absolutely dropped out and GBP/JPY is trading nearly  [...] Continue Reading

FX recap: No surprises from central banks; EUR/USD hits resistance

Updated -  Dec 10, 2015 7:45:00 AM

Generally speaking, the FX markets are likely to be directionless until the Federal Reserve’s much-anticipated policy meeting next Wednesday. However, some currencies like the Australian dollar, which took a boost from another surprisingly good jobs data overnight, could begin to perform better. The euro meanwhile has been dragged lower, in part because of dovish comments from a couple of the ECB staff. The slightly firmer stock markets have also caused the funding currency to weaken.  [...] Continue Reading

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