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The Australian dollar moved higher in Asian trading on Tuesday, bolstered to some extent by stronger than expected data with a larger than expected increase in housing finance. AUD/USD pushed sharply higher with shorts again forced to cover positions and … Continue reading
The latest Japanese current account data registered a record deficit for December, maintaining longer-term expectations of yen weakness and there was some fresh speculation that the Bank of Japan would be forced to sanction additional policy easing later this year. … Continue reading
Following sharp Euro gains on Thursday, markets in general were looking for a phase of consolidation ahead of Friday’s pivotal US payrolls report. Relative calm was jolted early in the European session by an announcement from the German Constitutional Court … Continue reading
The Australian dollar rallied during the Asian session on Thursday, bolstered by a return to trade surplus and a solid reading for retail sales. AUD/USD rallied again with a peak close to 0.8980 as shorts continued to cover positions. Narrow … Continue reading
The dollar was unable to make any headway during the Asian session on Wednesday with USD/JPY capped well below the 102 level. Although there was some stabilisation in emerging-market sentiment and a tentative rally in stocks, there was little conviction … Continue reading
The Australian Reserve Bank interest-rate decision was the principal set-piece event in Asia on Tuesday and there was no surprise in the outcome with benchmark rates left on hold at 2.50%. The bank’s statement expressed satisfaction with recent currency trends and … Continue reading
There was a Nikkei index decline on Monday and a weaker reading for China’s PMI services-sector index which tended to subdue risk appetite during the Tokyo session. This prevented the dollar sustaining any upward progress against the Japanese currency with … Continue reading
The Nikkei index retreated on Friday and there was further caution surrounding emerging markets which curbed any fresh yen selling pressure. USD/JPY was unable to break above the 103 level and drifted back to the 102.50 area during the Asian … Continue reading
There were no surprises from the latest US Federal Reserve decision as a further US$10bn tapering of bond purchases was announced to US$65bn per month. The statement continued to express cautious optimism surrounding the economic outlook, especially with fiscal drag … Continue reading
Overnight, the Turkish central bank delivered a powerful increase in its key increase rate to 12% from 7.75% which helped ease emerging-market tensions, at least in the very short term, and also curbed defensive demand for the yen as Asian … Continue reading