Weekly Market Watch

Released 06 July 2015 - Weekly Newsletter

By Michael Judge
Extended its previous week’s losses last week after creditors failed to come to an agreement with Greece and the United States reported a weaker than expected Non-Farm Payrolls ... read more

Released 29 June 2015 - Weekly Newsletter

By Matt Richardson
Reversed direction, trading lower last week as the Greek debt negotiations continue without resolution and despite mostly positive numbers out of the Eurozone. The United States ... read more

Released 22 June 2015 - Weekly Newsletter

By Michael Judge
Extended its gains last week despite the Greek drama entering its final phase and as the FOMC released a Statement that was perceived as dovish. The week began with the rate gai... read more

Released 08 June 2015 - Weekly Newsletter

By Matt Richardson
Extended its previous week’s gains last week as Greece entered into another stage of negotiations with creditors and the EU reported better than expected economic data. The rate ... read more

Released 01 June 2015 - Weekly Newsletter

By Michael Judge
extended its previous week’s decline last week as asset flows favoured the Greenback over the Kiwi and with mixed economic numbers out of both countries. The rate began the week consolidating on Monda... read more

Released 25 May 2015 - Weekly Newsletter

By Matt Richardson
Sold off last week as the FOMC Meeting Minutes and strength in U.S. core inflation made a case for Fed tightening with both economies reporting mixed economic numbers. The week b... read more

Released 18 May 2015 - Weekly Newsletter

By Matt Richardson
Continued rallying last week as bond yields gained in Europe and the outlook for the Eurozone economy and inflation grew more optimistic. Also, lower than expected U.S. economic ... read more

Released 11 May 2015 - Weekly Newsletter

By Matt Richardson
Extended its gains last week as the European Commission upwardly revised EZ economic forecasts and optimism over the situation in Greece supported the rate with both countries re... read more

Released 04 May 2015 - Weekly Newsletter

By Matt Richardson
Continued its rally last week as both economies reported mixed economic numbers. The rate was supported by a neutral FOMC Statement and confidence that Greece was nearing an agre... read more

Released 27 April 2015 - Weekly Newsletter

By Matt Richardson
Extended its previous week’s gains last week as asset flows favoured the Euro over the Greenback and despite continued concerns over Greece. The rate gained with mostly lower tha... read more

Released 20 April 2015 - Weekly Newsletter

By Matt Richardson
Gained ground last week, recovering more than half its previous week’s losses after the ECB left rates unchanged and with mostly lower than expected economic data out of the Unit... read more

Released 13 April 2015 - Weekly Newsletter

By Matt Richardson
Reversed direction, trading sharply lower last week as continued uncertainties for Greece and a possible Fed rate hike in June pressured the rate. The week began with the pair d... read more

Released 06 April 2015 - WeeklyNewsletter

By MattRichardson
Continued its rally last week as the Eurozone reported mostly better than expected economic data and the United States reported the lowest Non-Farm Payrolls number since December... read more

Released 30 March 2015 - Weekly Newsletter

By Matt Richardson
Extended its previous week’s gains last week as the United States reported mixed economic numbers while Eurozone economic data was for the most part better than expected. The wee... read more

Released 23 March 2015 - Weekly Newsletter

By Michael Judge
gained sharply last week as New Zealand reported mixed economic numbers and the Greenback was pressured by a dovish FOMC Statement. The week began with the pair gaining ground on Monday after lower th... read more

Released 16 March 2015 - Weekly Newsletter

By Matt Richardson
Continued its sharp decline last week as the ECB started its government bond purchase program and the market continued pricing in anticipated guidance for the Fed’s interest rate... read more

Released 09 March 2015 - Weekly Newsletter

By Matt Richardson
Extended its previous week’s losses, closing at a level not seen since September of 2003 last week. The loss in the rate was in large part due to a better than expected U.S. Non-... read more

Released 02 March 2015 - Daily Commentary

By Matt Richardson
Lost ground last week as Greece secured a four month extension to its bailout loan and Janet Yellen gave a balanced testimony before the Senate Banking Committee. The week began ... read more

Released 23 February 2015 - Weekly Newsletter

By Matt Richardson
Was virtually unchanged last week as the FOMC’s meeting minutes indicated a dovish bias and Greece secured a four month extension to its bailout from Eurozone finance ministers. ... read more

Released 16 February 2015 - Weekly Newsletter

By Daily Commentary
Continued its rally last week after weaker than expected U.S. economic data and mostly strong numbers out of the Eurozone. The week began on a quiet note, with the rate gaining a... read more

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