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Asia-Pac Takes a Hit as Fed Sticks to Guns on Rate Hike, Balance Sheet Normalization

Currencies in the Asia-Pacific region fell against the US dollar on Thursday morning after the Federal Reserve signaled that it would raise interest rates again this year and would begin shrinking its balance sheet in October. The Fed funds rate was left unchanged at its current range of 1–1.25%. Although the majority of economists had... View article >
Posted on 21 September 2017 | 4:36 am GMT
Author: Joel Wright

New Zealand Dollar Jumps as New Election Poll Suggests National Party Victory

The New Zealand dollar jumped by three-quarters of a percent against many of the majors on Wednesday evening after the latest election poll showed a clear swing in public opinion back towards the incumbent National Party. New Zealand’s general election will take place in three days’ time, on Saturday September 23rd. NZD/USD is now seen... View article >
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Posted on 20 September 2017 | 7:59 am GMT
Author: Joel Wright

ABM Amro Has “Strong Conviction” on Future Dollar Weakness; Predicts 12% Rise in AUD and NZD

New forecasts from Dutch bank ABN Amro see continued weakness in the US dollar heading into and throughout 2018. “We have a strong conviction that the US dollar has entered a multi-year downtrend,” said ABN’s Georgette Boele. The dollar will be hardest hit against “growth sensitive and commodity currencies,” according to the bank, which include... View article >
Posted on 18 September 2017 | 4:47 am GMT
Author: Joel Wright

Sterling Soars, Yen the Casualty at the End of Eventful Week

The British pound rose on Friday to its highest level against the dollar since the UK’s historic ‘Brexit’ vote in June of last year. By lunchtime in London, the pound was buying $1.3616, capping a brilliant fortnight in which it has risen from rates close to $1.29. On minor profit taking, the currency settled back... View article >
Posted on 16 September 2017 | 5:50 am GMT
Author: Joel Wright

Missile Test Whipsaws Yen and Swiss Central Bank Speaks on Franc

Investors were rattled on Friday morning following the news that North Korea had launched another missile over northern Japan. After traversing the island of Hokkaido, the missile is said to have travelled a further 1200 miles before landing in the Pacific Ocean. The North Korean regime preceded its test with statements that it would “sink”... View article >
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Posted on 15 September 2017 | 4:55 am GMT
Author: Joel Wright

Singapore Dollar Trades Cautiously but Still Reaches 6-Week High Versus Yen

The Singapore dollar has begun the week cautiously. Against the US dollar, having risen on Friday to a one-year high of 0.7493, the currency of Asia’s ‘Lion City’ conceded some ground on Monday and Tuesday, with SGD/USD falling back below 0.745. A retreat in the pair was likely given last week’s approach to major technical... View article >
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Posted on 13 September 2017 | 6:02 am GMT
Author: Joel Wright

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