The Australian dollar continues to defy doomsayers ... and the break to new all-time highs in US stock indexes, like the S&P 500 and the Dow Jones Industrials, completely washed away any fears of global economic or financial contagion …
A lull in top-tier domestic event risk puts the Australian Dollar at the mercy of risk sentiment trends once again. The currency remains highly sensitive to changes in market mood, with the correlation between AUD/USD and the …
Meanwhile, the greenback launched a broad-based recovery against all of its top counterparts including AUD, presumably amid bargain-hunting ... net-long exposure hit a record high in March. The stock of formative event risk looks relatively …
He advised participants to short the AUD, which he said could fall hard. Stanley Druckenmiller also pulled no punches ... computing together with its ability to innovate will provide stock gains to investors.
THE Australian dollar has fallen below 92 US cents for the first time in two months, pushed down by big falls in European and US stock markets. At 0630 AEST on Friday, the local dollar was trading at 92.91 US cents, down from 93.20 cents …
The dollar could lose against its G7 peers as well as commodity currencies like the Brazilian real and the Australian dollar, but gain against those ... Nifty futures on the Singapore Stock Exchange were trading 3 points higher in the …
Jonathan Yates: With strong exports and a central bank maintaining high interest rates, the Australian dollar has been a top performer in global currency markets – til now. U.S. interest rates are doing the AUD ‘roos wrong. But the twin …
AUDUSD – Retail FX traders continue buying aggressively into Australian Dollar weakness, and a contrarian view of crowd sentiment leaves us focused on further AUDUSD declines. Trade Implications – AUDUSD:The majority of traders …