Despite neutral to weaker risk trends across key sentiment barometers overnight, the Aussie, Kiwi and sterling led a charge higher against the greenback, leaving the Euro and CAD trailing behind.
By Chris Gore | Oct 25 | GoMarkets
Yesterday morning the Chicago PMI Data came in quite weak with a reading of 52.7 versus and expectation of 56.7.
By Andrew Endl, Senior Foreign Exchange Dea | Jun 02 | iMoneywire
Bell FX Currency Outlook: The Australian Dollar has held its gains from last week, to open up this morning above 1.0200, after the release of US employment data on Friday evening that was close to market expectations.
By Christine Gaylican | Dec 05, 2011 | IBTimes AU
After the S&P downgrade, the U.S. debt ceiling debate, and the reemerging troubles that threaten to disband the EU, these currencies (and the various bodies that deal in currency monetary reserves) stand to also be profoundly impacted by China’s implementation of inflation controls.
By James Brown, IBTRADE | Sep 13, 2011 | PFG Best