US Data Disappoints – USD Unfazed

The May US durables data were almost as disappointing as the April figures. US durable orders declined another 1.3% in May after falling a...

USD Bounces back, Gold Slips & Oil Bid

The Greenback has held its overnight gains into the European session as Gold slips and Oil gets a bid from a larger than expected...

Macro Events & News

FX News Today A less than dovish comment from Fed dove Bullard, with the Chairman Powell soothed a bit, and along with the usual...

RBNZ to remain on pause after rate cut in May

USDNZD, Daily The Reserve Bank of New Zealand (RBNZ) is widely expected to keep the OCR (Official Cash Rate) at the current record low 1.50%,...

Weak US Data Pressures USD

Consumer Confidence, New Home Sales and the Richmond Manufacturing Index all missed expectations; USDPY moved back under 107.00 and Gold tested $1435. Click here to access the...

Central Banks Overview

Nearly all major Global Central Banks have adopted a more formal easing bias in their word cues, with the Fed, ECB and BoJ standing...

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