Monthly Archives: February 2013

Italy Elections Refocus Markets On Europe $EURUSD

The Italian elections gave the euro a harsh dose of reality. The lower house was won by the Pier Luigi Bersani’s centre-left Democratic Party (pro-reform), but the upper house also known as the senate provided an upset victory by Silvio

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Italy Elections Refocus Markets On Europe $EURUSD

The Italian elections gave the euro a harsh dose of reality. The lower house was won by the Pier Luigi Bersani’s centre-left Democratic Party (pro-reform), but the upper house also known as the senate provided an upset victory by Silvio

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Forex: Play the Yen on the Crosses $AUDJPY

Despite a large amount of Japanese investors selling their Australian debt positions, the Aussie/Yen (AUD/JPY) pair has not had a major pullback since September. While the calls for a correction make sense, especially with the weaker commodity prices we have

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Forex: Play the Yen on the Crosses $AUDJPY

Despite a large amount of Japanese investors selling their Australian debt positions, the Aussie/Yen (AUD/JPY) pair has not had a major pullback since September. While the calls for a correction make sense, especially with the weaker commodity prices we have

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Forex: Sterling Slides To Six Month Low $GBPUSD

Sterling/dollar (GBP/USD) made a new 6-month low just before a plethora of reports covering the cost of goods for consumers and manufactures. Both PPI (producers) and RPI (retail) inflation reads came in higher than expected, but CPI, a measure of

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Forex: Sterling Slides To Six Month Low $GBPUSD

Sterling/dollar (GBP/USD) made a new 6-month low just before a plethora of reports covering the cost of goods for consumers and manufactures. Both PPI (producers) and RPI (retail) inflation reads came in higher than expected, but CPI, a measure of

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RBA On Hold, What’s Next For Aussie? $AUDUSD

Last night, the Reserve Bank of Australia kept interest rates steady as expected at 3.0%, the highest level among the G-7 currencies. The initial reaction was a spike higher as some thought the bank may sneak in a surprise cut,

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RBA On Hold, What’s Next For Aussie? $AUDUSD

Last night, the Reserve Bank of Australia kept interest rates steady as expected at 3.0%, the highest level among the G-7 currencies. The initial reaction was a spike higher as some thought the bank may sneak in a surprise cut,

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