The main US stock indices fell on Tuesday as US President Donald Trump said he was not satisfied with the US-China trade talks.  Trump said that the historic meeting with the North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in Singapore on June 12 had a "very substantial chance" of not happening.  The three main US indices closed the day in the red on Tuesday. The
The focus from a fundamental perspective of today's markets was firmly on trade tension relief.  Analysts at ANZ explained that China was announcing a reduction in automotive tariffs and the US working towards a deal to overturn the ZTE ban and will significantly cut auto import tariffs from July, the Ministry of Finance announced: "For car imports
EUR/NZD will likely take its cues from the Eurozone macroeconomic data on Wednesday and the ECB Monetary Policy Meeting Accounts on Thursday.  EUR/NZD reverses its losses made in Asia and is set to close on the high tick on Tuesday close to the 1.7000 handle. The EUR/NZD cross found an intraday floor at 1.6963 in early Europe. It then sharply rebou
Analysts at ANZ explained that the markets traded fairly tight ranges overnight with a light data calendar.  Key Quotes: "Moves were largely driven by geopolitical developments/headlines associated with China-US trade tensions, North Korean actions and Italian political developments." "US equities flip-flopped getting a boost from China announcing
Greg Gibbs Founder, Analyst, & PM at AmpGFX explained that the GBP continues to trade off the ups and downs in UK politics and news flow on Brexit dealings inside the Tory cabinet, the UK parliament, and with the EU negotiators.   Key Quotes: "The news can be overhyped and hard to interpret, making for difficult trading in the GBP. The GBP had
Euro remain under pressure amid political uncertainty in Italy. . EUR/USD recovery was short-lived and is back near monthly lows The EUR/USD pair is trading in a range between 1.1765 and 1.1790, modestly lower for the day. The greenback gained momentum across the board near the end of the European session and erased losses. The DXY bounced from 93.
The FOMC’s minutes is likely the next market-mover for NZD/USD. It is scheduled for Wednesday at 18:00 GMT.  The NZD/USD is currently testing the key 0.6920 level which is a potentially strong support and the 50-period simple moving average on the 4-hour chart. The Kiwi posted a high at 0.6974 in early Europe then retreated, under pressure for the
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