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Tuesday, 26 May 2015 - Market Commentary
Daily currency news provided by UkForex

: It’s been a relatively quiet start to the week with Germany, France, the UK and US enjoying a bank holiday weekend. Cable currently trades at 1.5410 after dropping from 1.5640 on Friday afternoon as US Core CPI m/m unexpectedly rose from 0.2% to 0.3%. The stronger than expected reading saw USD gain across the odds of a September rate hike improved. Today sees Core Durable Goods numbers from America with a monthly gain of 0.5% expected. Later this week we have second estimates of Q1 GDP from both the UK and America.
We expect a range today in the GBP/USD rate of 1.53 to 1.5520
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: Greece continues to dominate the news with conflicting reports over its commitment to repay its creditors emerging over the weekend. Interior Minister, Nikos Voutsis stated that Greece wouldn’t have funds to pay the IMF €300M due next week. However Greek government spokesman Gabriel Sakellaridis appeared to contradict this yesterday by saying the government would maintain repayments for as long as possible. The uncertainty has seen the Euro sold off in early trading today with EUR/USD at 1.0905 down around three cents since Friday. GBP/EUR is at 1.4135 up from a low on Friday of 1.3975. Expect the Greek situation to dominate the news, especially in the absence of any top-tier data from the Eurozone this week.
We expect a range today in the GBP/EUR rate of 1.40 to 1.4240
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: Both the Aussie and the Kiwi have dropped in early trading this morning as the Greek situation and the better than expected American CPI reading weigh on the commodity currencies. New Zealand has seen a better than expected trade balance figure overnight with a surplus of NZD123M for April and Marchs figure revised up to NZD754M from NZD631M. Australia’s has its quarterly Private Capital Expenditure data released on Thursday however expect moves on US data and from news re: Greece. AUD/USD is at .7785; NZD/USD is at .7280; GBP/AUD trades at 1.98 and GBP/NZD is at 2.1170.
We expect a range today in the GBP/AUD rate of 1.9660 to 1.99
We expect a range today in the GBP/NZD rate of 2.1090 to 2.1320
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Global stocks finished Monday mostly higher as major markets including Wall Street, London and Hong Kong remained closed for holidays. Leaving investors to further digest Friday’s US inflation report which showed the world’s largest economy is improving, more broadly US dollar strength will likely be tied closely to inflation expectations and outcomes over the coming quarter as policy makers have re-iterated their pledge to raise rates before years end. During a flat start to the new week, the Greenback has consolidated its gains maintaining a value above the 1.21 mark when valued against the Japanese Yen. In other moves the 18-nation Euro has come under further selling pressures as unfavourable headlines from Greece continue to cast fresh doubt over their ability to make new reforms whilst honouring debt obligations by June 5. The Euro is lower this morning at a rate of 1.0975  
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No data today
NZD: Trade Balance  
No data today
GBP: CBI Realized sales
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