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Informe COT semanal: la exposición bajista al AUD alcanza un nuevo récord
Con -91.500 contratos netos cortos, es la exposición bajista más agresiva sobre los futuros del AUD por parte de grandes especuladores registrada.
European Open: Social Democrats Narrowly Win German Election
After a very close contest, the centre-left Social Democrats (SPD) narrowly won the German election, putting them in power for the first time in 16 years. Well, kind of.
Asian Open: Traders Are Their Most Bearish on AUD Futures on Record
An extremely dovish RBA has seen net-short exposure on the Aussie hit a new record. Yet the move lacks conviction as we continue to see both long and short bets decline.
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European Open: Volatility Hints at an Upside Break for the S&P 500
A volatile candle seen during yesterday’s session has us on guard for a potential bullish breakout on the S&P 500 futures market today.
Asian Open: Wall Street Lower on Relatively High Inflation
CPI data may have softened relative to expectations, but with core CPI rising 4% YoY the Fed can hardly claim victory about transitory inflation just yet.
RBA taper creates turbulence for AUDUSD
As widely expected, at its monthly board meeting this afternoon, the RBA kept monetary policy on hold, including its targets of 10 basis points for the cash rate and the yield on the April 2024 Australian Government bond.
[Video] Bullish Reversal on Russell 2000, Palladium Set to Fall?
The Russell 2000 (RUT) has been an underperformer on Wall Street of late. Yet with large caps resting at their highs we suspect the RUT will try ad close that gap.
AU GDP beat fails to boost AUDUSD
A reprieve for the Australian economy today as Q2 GDP beat expectations as strength in household and government spending outweighed a drop in export volumes and a run down in inventories.
Currency pair of the week: AUD/USD testing resistance ahead of key data releases
With major economic data releases out of both the US and Australia, FX traders will be keying in on AUD/USD as arguably the most important currency pair to watch this week...
Asian Open: 73c Could Be Key for AUD/USD This Week
The Aussie notched up a third bullish day, and all eyes are on the 73c resistance cluster as we approach Jerome Powell’s highly anticipated speech at Jackson Hole.
AU jobs beat unable to boost friendless AUDUSD
The Reserve Bank of Australia has consistently maintained it will not raise the cash rate away from its 0.10% emergency setting until inflation is sustainably between two and three percent.
Asian Open: Equities Extend Losses as Fed moves Closer to Tapering
Whilst divisions remain among the ranks, the Fed minutes revealed ‘most members’ are on board to taper which pushed already-fragile equity markets lower in the last hour of trade.
Delta hinders plans for RBA to taper and highlights fragility of RBNZ tightening cycle
In another volatile session in Asia as the spread of delta variant intensifies across the region, the minutes from the RBA's August meeting outlined what might cause the RBA to reconsider its decision to taper its QE program.
European Open: China’s Data Miss Weighs on Sentiment
Several key data points from China missed expectations, causing equity markets, commodities and commodity FX pairs to weaken overnight.
European Open: AUD higher after RBA meeting, FTSE to crack 7100?
A quick glance at the forex dashboard shows short covering looks like, as a less-dovish-than-expected RBA meeting forced AUD bears to cover.
Asian Open: Traders Added $2.7 Billion to Net-Long Dollar Exposure
Traders increased their bullish exposure the dollar for a sixth consecutive week, taking their bullish exposure to a 17-month high.
How the Russell 2000 brushed off events in China to set up a period of outperformance
The last day of the trading month is upon us, finishing off a busy week that included earnings from “Big Tech” stocks, important US economic updates, and a stomach-churning ~10% fall in Chinese stock indices.
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Asian Open: Dollar Continues to Fall, AUD/CAD Breaks to 13-month low
The unwinding of the US dollar has provided a lift to commodities and FX peers, yet the Australian dollar is losing ground in the commodity FX space.
RBA back in the same boat as the FOMC, despite higher inflation
The RBA will be less concerned with inflation and more concerned with monetary stimulus
European Open: AU Inflation Runs Hot, GBP/USD Eyes Break of June High
Australian inflation beat expectations, but can Canada’s do the same later today? But before that we’re looking for GBP to extend its run above the June high.
Asian Open: China Rout Weighs on Wall Street, AU CPI Up Next
A combination of weaker equities across Asia, the pending FOMC meeting and month-end flows knocked Wall Street from its highs overnight.
A tale of two metals, gold and copper
Six weeks have passed since the Feds hawkish shift at the June FOMC meeting that sent key metal prices spiralling lower. Copper has since recovered all of its lost ground and much more, while gold is trading -3.5% below its pre FOMC levels. In this article, we examine what comes next for gold and copper.
Fresh highs for the ASX200, despite likely extension of NSW lockdown
The fifth week of lockdown is underway for Greater Sydney, and with new Covid cases heading in the wrong direction, an extension of the current lockdown appears a formality.