Weekly Market Watch

Released 20 June 2016 - AUD Weekly Market Watch

By ADRIAN STEELE
Gained a fraction last week as U.S. economic numbers were mixed, the Fed left interest rates unchanged and with very little significant economic data out of the Eurozone. The we... read more

Released 14 June 2016 - Weekly Newsletter

By Matt Richardson
Resumed its decline last week as asset flows favoured the Greenback over the Euro with very little economic data from either economy. The week began with the rate declining a fra... read more

Released 14 December 2015 - Weekly Newsletter

By Michael Judge
Extended its previous week’s gains last week despite mostly better than expected U.S. economic data, and with very few significant economic releases out of the Eurozone. The wee... read more

Released 07 December 2015 - Weekly Newsletter

By Michael Judge
Reversed direction, trading sharply higher last week as the ECB’s previously announced additional easing measures failed to meet bear expectations for the rate, while the United... read more

Released 30 November 2015 - Weekly Newsletter

By Matt Richardson
Extended its previous week’s losses last week as both economies reported mixed economic data with continued talk of the ECB increasing stimulus measures at their upcoming meeting... read more

Released 23 November 2015 - Weekly Newsletter

By Michael Judge
Lost ground last week as the ECB reaffirmed the possibility of further stimulus at the upcoming December meeting and the FOMC Meeting Minutes showed division on a number of issu... read more

Released 16 November 2015 - Weekly Newsletter

By Matt Richardson
Gained a fraction last week as ECB President Mario Draghi acknowledged the chance of further stimulus in December and as the Greenback consolidated at a slightly lower level afte... read more

Released 09 November 2015 - Weekly Newsletter

By Michael Judge
Dropped sharply last week as the ECB gave indications of further easing and the United States reported a better than expected Non-Farm Payrolls number. The NFP number drove expe... read more

Released 02 November 2015 - Weekly Newsletter

By Matt Richardson
Lost a fraction last week as the FOMC released a more hawkish than expected statement and with mixed economic numbers out of both economies. The week began with the pair gaining... read more

Released 26 October 2015 - Weekly Newsletter

By Matt Richardson
Declined sharply last week after the ECB left rates unchanged, and despite mostly positive economic numbers out of the Eurozone. The week began with the pair losing a fraction on... read more

Released 19 October 2015 - Weekly Newsletter

By Matt Richardson
Dropped a fraction last week after being significantly higher earlier in the week. The fractional decline was in part due to talk in the market that the ECB needs to extend or in... read more

Released 05 October 2015 - Weekly Newsletter

By Shan Thoo
Showed little change last week as both economies released lower than expected economic data including a disappointing U.S. Non-Farm Payrolls number. The pair began the week on a ... read more

Released 28 September 2015 - Weekly Newsletter

By Shan Thoo
Extended its previous week’s losses last week after FOMC members — including Chair Janet Yellen — reiterated that the Fed would raise interest rates by the end of this year. The ... read more

Released 21 September 2015 - Weekly Newsletter

By Matt Richardson
Lost fractionally last week after the U.S. Federal Reserve left interest rates unchanged and both economies reported mostly lower than expected economic data. The week began with... read more

Released 14 September 2015 - Weekly Newsletter

By Matt Richardson
Gained ground last week as the likelihood of a Fed rate hike in this week’s Fed meeting priced into the market diminished to 23% versus over 45% last month. The week began with t... read more

Released 07 September 2015 - Weekly Newsletter

By Michael Judge
Lost a fraction last week as the ECB left rates unchanged and the United States reported a lower than expected Non-Farm Payrolls number and Unemployment Rate. The week began on ... read more

Released 31 August 2015 - Weekly Newsletter

By Michael Judge
Reversed direction, trading lower as world stock markets plunged early in the week followed by a strong rebound in both stocks and the Greenback after Monday’s initial selloff. ... read more

Released 24 August 2015 - Weekly Newsletter

By Michael Judge
Extended its previous week’s gains last week as the world economic situation — which began with China’s Yuan devaluation and subsequent stock market crash — and the FOMC Meeting... read more

Released 17 August 2015 - Weekly Newsletter

By Matt Richardson
Gained ground last week as the Greenback and commodity currencies were negatively affected by the Chinese Yuan devaluation, while the Euro and Sterling ended the week as the stro... read more

Released 10 August 2015 - Weekly Newsletter

By Matt Richardson
Declined fractionally last week as the United States reported a slightly lower than expected Non-Farm Payrolls number with both economies reporting mixed economic data. The rate ... read more

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