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The U.S Dollar suffered loses across most major currencies through trade on Tuesday after softer than anticipated Chinese import data forced investors to extend the timeline of expectation surrounding a Federal Reserve rate adjustment. Chinese imports fell a whopping twenty percent in the twelve months to September highlighting concerns surrounding domestic demand and the broader Chinese economy. The soft print saw the USD touch three week lows and prompted a shift in trading ranges as investors look to price out an October policy amendment while global economic conditions and commentary from key Fed officials suggest a December rate alteration is becoming increasingly unlikely. FOMC members Tarullo and Bullard both implied further data was necessary before all voting members would be convinced to amend the current policy stance. The USD/JPY slipped back below 120.00 while the Euro pushed through 1.14 before paring gains on weaker than expected German Economic sentiment and opens this morning buying 1.1383. Attentions today turn to U.S Retail Sales numbers as the primary macroeconomic marker for direction.
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NZD: RBNZ Governor Wheeler Speaks
M2 Money Stock and PPI y/y
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Protect your International Currency Transfer from Events like ‘Black Monday’ with Risk Management Strategies Just as financial markets began to recover from months of ‘Grexit’ fears and investors started focusing on rate hike speculation again, there was another asset-shaking shift in the form of ‘Black Monday’. The state of China’s economy and the slowing pace… Continue reading
Posted on 27 August 2015 | 4:45 am
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Two charts that show the woe for emerging market currencies despite a pause in the devaluation of the renminbi, the cause of turmoil across global currencies. The implications — among them a more troubled Chinese economy than previously thought, deflationary strains in western countries and falling equity stocks — are being felt mostly by China’s… Continue reading
Posted on 24 August 2015 | 9:24 am
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FX markets remain skittish a few hours after New York traders walked in. Oil prices are trading heavy, US stock futures are soft and there aren’t any US data releases to put a bridge over troubled waters. That should keep USDCAD pointing higher for the balance of the day. So much for a sleepy Monday… Continue reading
Posted on 24 August 2015 | 9:09 am
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Central bank moves to ease uncertainty around currency on global markets after cutting exchange rate for three days running Continue reading
Posted on 14 August 2015 | 12:23 am
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China surprised markets and devalued the yuan by 2%, the first devaluation in 20 years. Asia FX traders bought dollars across the board but those moves started to retrace in Europe, except for the Commodity bloc). As of 6:15 am PDT, Aussie was the biggest loser (down 1.2%) followed by kiwi (0.75%) and then the… Continue reading
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