Fundamental Analysis Category

May 27, 2024
Australian Dollar Stabilizes Ahead of Retail Sales Data

Australian Dollar Stabilizes Ahead of Retail Sales Data The Australian Dollar (AUD) continued its upward trajectory against the US Dollar (USD) for the second consecutive trading session on Monday, buoyed by an improved risk appetite in global markets. This positive momentum comes even as expectations for imminent Federal Reserve rate cuts diminish. Investors are now

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May 22, 2024
Japanese Yen Falls Amid Rising Trade Deficit, Stable US Dollar

Japanese Yen Falls Amid Rising Trade Deficit, Stable US Dollar The Japanese Yen (JPY) experienced a notable decline after Japan’s latest Merchandise Trade Balance data revealed a significant increase in the trade deficit for April. Released on Wednesday, the report indicated that the deficit had escalated to JPY 462.5 billion, a sharp reversal from the

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May 20, 2024
Australian Dollar Firm on Improved Risk Appetite, Weak US Dollar

Australian Dollar Firm on Improved Risk Appetite, Weak US Dollar The Australian Dollar (AUD) extended its gains for the second consecutive session on Monday, buoyed by a weaker US Dollar (USD). However, these gains were somewhat tempered following an interest rate decision from China. The People’s Bank of China (PBOC) decided to keep the one-year

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May 17, 2024
Australian Dollar Weakens as Aussie 10-Year Yield Hits Monthly Low

Australian Dollar Weakens as Aussie 10-Year Yield Hits Monthly Low The Australian Dollar (AUD) is currently undergoing a downturn for the second consecutive session, primarily influenced by mixed economic indicators from China, a significant trade partner for Australia. This downward trend follows mixed reactions to Australia’s own employment data, which were released on Thursday, highlighting

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May 15, 2024
Australian Dollar Strengthens Ahead of US CPI Release

Australian Dollar Strengthens Ahead of US CPI Release The Australian Dollar (AUD) remains steady with a positive sentiment despite the lower-than-expected Wage Price Index (Q1) released on Wednesday by the Australian Bureau of Statistics. This index, which serves as an indicator of labor cost inflation, came in below expectations, yet the Aussie Dollar managed to

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