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There is a huge amount on the data calendar this week…The Inside Track

There is a huge amount on the data calendar this week so we could be in for a volatile one! The Greenback’s rally stalled at month end, as US... » Read more

Janet Yellen’s comments have brought expectations…The Inside Track

Janet Yellen’s comments have brought expectations for interest hikes back into 2015 and trigger bids for the Greenback that look like continuing in the sessions ahead. » Read more

Market Update – AUD/USD Trend Break, Risks For Further Moves Lower

In overnight trade the AUD/USD exchange rate has broken through trend line support and now looks set to make further losses towards 0.7700 in the sessions ahead. » Read more

The currency market was rather indifferent to Joe Hockey’s…The Inside Track

The currency market was rather indifferent to Joe Hockey’s second budget and the AUD was largely unaffected. » Read more

Aussie Joins Kiwi in Rally Big Enough to Make Central Banks Weep

Bloomberg - The Australian and New Zealand dollars strengthened for a third day, defying efforts by policy makers to keep the currencies down. The Aussie touched a four-month high and... » Read more

Australian dollar to hold its ground until the Fed increases rates

AFR - The Australian dollar hovered around the US79¢ mark on Monday, continuing to trade above the levels recorded before last week's rate cut by the Reserve Bank of Australia, as global... » Read more

The AUD continues to be enjoying a renaissance, as commodity markets recover…The Inside Track

The AUD continues to be enjoying a renaissance, as commodity markets recover, domestic data proves resilient, and relative monetary policy expectations shift. » Read more

Dollar Gains for Second Day Versus Euro Before U.S. Jobs Report

Bloomberg - The dollar strengthened for a second day against the euro on Friday before a U.S. report that, according to economists, will show a pick-up in the jobs... » Read more

Dollar Tantrum Screams Louder as Goldman Sachs Says Time to Buy

Bloomberg - Goldman Sachs Group Inc. said the dollar’s steepest tumble since 2011 won’t last and investors can profit if they buy it now as U.S. growth will pick... » Read more

Asian Bonds Extend Global Rout as Stocks Drop With Copper, Kiwi – Thomas Averill

Bloomberg - Asian bonds fell, extending a selloff that’s erased $340 billion in value globally, and shares retreated with industrial metals. Oil traded above $60 a barrel, while New... » Read more