US President Trump is cooling off optimism regarding the recent goodwill between the US and China over their ongoing trade negotiations. Markets hit the new week rallying after headlines broke that the two countries are abstaining from any further tariffs, but Trump is souring the rally quickly. Key quotes "Investors were cautious after U.S. Presid
The Reserve Bank of New Zealand (RBNZ) is out with a note on 'unconventional monetary policy', or policy measures since the financial crisis of 2008-09. Key highlights RBNZ sees significant room to ease in "conventional" ways. Does not project a significant decrease in the overnight cash rate. The RBNZ believes conventional policy remains effective
Markets get set for some highly important data events, namely PMI's, UK CPI and the FOMC minutes. The dollar, for the most part, oscillating mid-range between the range of 93.2910-93.7340. Geopolitics back up in the air, risk turns sour late in NY. As the markets get set for some highly important data events, namely PMI's, UK CPI and the FOMC minut
As reported by The Financial Times, US lawmakers have passed a watering-down of Dodd-Frank financial regulations, and the bill is headed to the White House to be approved by President Trump. Key quotes "US lawmakers have voted for the biggest changes to financial regulation in eight years, approving a bill that gives banks outside Wall Street’s top
Aussie goes flat for Tuesday ahead of RBA head speech. Early data for Wednesday unlikely to drive much volatility. The AUD/USD traded mostly flat through Tuesday's session, lifting to a high of 0.7605 before bedding back down heading into the overnight session, currently trading near 0.7575. The Aussie is likely to trade flat heading into Wednesday
NZD/USD: capped ahead of key resistance of the 21-D SMA and 0.70 the round psychological figure. NZD/USD: risk sours in late NY, Kiwi can't find bullish traction. NZD/USD is currently trading at 0.6937 following a bid from the 200-hr SMA at 0.6919, (0.6920 overnight lows), in a minor correction of the bearish slide from the highest levels since 15t
In a market wrap, analysts at Westpac explained that European equities rallied modestly –noting that even Italian shares and bonds recaptured some lost ground.  Key Quotes: "US stocks held small gains for much of the day but then rolled over into the close." "News and data flow was limited but various comments by President Trump didn’t help, includ
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