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    AUD/USD

    The pair of AUD / USD, as we can see that today our couple moving in a southerly direction and has managed to pass the support level at 0.7676. Indicators show us that there is a possibility of falling prices to the level of support that is at around 0.7634. Resistance levels today are located at elevations 0.7734 and 0.7776.

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    AUD/USD stuck between the levels of Tenkan and Kijun. This cloud is at the bottom. RSI is testing the 50 level. MACD, though in the positive zone, but falls. Therefore, assuming a correction to the cloud at 0.7790 and then to the north in order to 0.7860-70. If, however, we break through the cloud, the goal will 0.7730-40.

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    AUD/USD - 19.02.2015

    Technically, AUDUSD immediate resistance abov at 0.7880 and 0.7907 levels.
    Downside immediate support below at 0.7807 and 0.7775 levels.
    Trend overbought conditions with slightly bullish at the moment.

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    Expect pair falling today, first to the support level 0.7775 and then continue in the event of breaking through to the support level 0.7740. If the same level of support hold out, then can roll back the pair to the nearest resistance level 0.7815

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    The Australian was still able to consolidate above 0.7874 support and went back down to the hour uplink, bouncing off the 0.7843 support. Do not rule out further descent to the level of 0.7813, and then probably growth will continue to have 0.9-s mark. Forward to an early test 0.7935 resistance.
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    AUD/USD - 27.02.2015

    AUDUSD Technically next immediate resistance above at 0.7837 and 0.7900 levels, downside support below at 0.7755 and 0.7721 levels.
    Trend overall looking slightly bearish at the moment.

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    Technical analysis of AUD/USD dated 18.03.2015

    AUD/USD during the recent week was in a strong and consistent Downtrend that Sellers were successful in achieving the lowest price of 0.75602. As it is obvious in the picture below, there is an ideal Gartley harmonic pattern between the top price of 0.77311 and the bottom price of 0.75902 that there is a potential for ceasing of price from D point of this pattern.

    Stoch indicator is in saturation Sell area and it is in divergence mode with the price chart that warns the potential for changing price direction. Generally according to the formed sign in the price chart until the bottom price of 1.75602 is preserved, the price has the potential for ascending in this currency pair and the first warning for ascending of price is breaking of the resistance level of 0.76417.

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    Technical Analysis of AUD/USD dated 09.04.2015

    AUD/USD on 02.04.2015 by creating the ideal bottom price (formation of hammer candlestick with candle confirmation) has started to ascend and could record the top price of 0.77378.Right now in daily time frame price is above 5-day moving average and warns the potential of ascending of price during the next days(Long term time) .Price has formed a top price (Evening star pattern) with reaching to the specified resistance levels in the picture below and it has stopped from more ascend and has started a little descend with shows exit of some buyers from their trades.

    As it is obvious in the picture below, between the bottom price of 0.75327 and top price of 0.77378 , there is AB=CD harmonic pattern with none-ideal ratios of 61.8 and 127.2 that with completion of the D point , there is a warning for stopping of uptrend and changing price direction.RSI indicator is in saturation buy area and in divergence mode with the price chart confirms the mentioned top price and warns about changing price direction.The first important warning for ascending of price is breaking of the 0.77378 resistance level(R1 of Pivot Point or D point).

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    Date : 28th October 2015.


    CURRENCY MOVERS OF 28th October 2015.






    The AUD is broadly weaker against the majors in the wake of disappointing CPI data.
    The CAD is higher even though the BoC’s Lane did not offer anything new on policy or the economy, as expected.
    The USD, EUR and GBP are mostly unchanged ahead of today’s start of the FOMC meeting.





    AUDUSD, Daily


    Price looks to retest .7160 before continuation of its downtrend for a 0.7162 target in the immediate short term. Price has broken down through recent lows at .7200. Targets further out could be near 0.7100 and 0.7020. However attempts to form a higher low near 0.7260 could signal a potential recovery towards the .7400′s.


    FX Pair : AUDUSD
    Supports: 0.7063
    Resistances: 0.7260





    USDCAD, Daily


    Stochastic Oscillator analysis is starting to turn bearish. The medium term risk of a deeper retracement of the May to September 1.1922-1.3454 advance to a minimum of 1.2658-88 and possibly 1.2507-61 is possible; provided we get a solid break below the recent upward trend line. The longer-term trend does remain up. However, for the short term daily trader, I would expect any downward movement to stop near the 1.3180 – 1.3045 levels.


    Main Macro Events Today





    • USD Goods Trade Balance: The trade deficit has narrowed sharply since recent-highs early in 2012, and hovered close to levels seen in 2009 before the recent string of widening deficits that peaked in April. The September trade deficit is expected to contract 2.7% to -$47.0 bln after expanding 15.6% to -$48.3 bln in August. Exports in September are expected to decline 0.2% while imports show a 0.7% decrease on the month. The U.S. current account deficit narrowed to -$109.7 bln in Q2 from the -$118.3 bln deficit in Q1. Its expected for the deficit to be -$102 bln in Q3.


    • USD FOMC Statement: Few expect any move from the Fed this year, let alone in the off-month of October.


    • USD Consumer Confidence: The New Zealand Institute of Economic Research’s (NZIER) Shadow Board is sending the Reserve Bank (RBNZ) ahead of its Official Cash Rate (OCR) review today . The Board, comprised of nine economists and business leaders, is calling for RBNZ Governor Graeme Wheeler to leave the OCR at 2.75%. Wheeler has cut the OCR by 25 basis points on three occasions this year, indicating in his September Monetary Policy Statement, “Some further easing in the OCR seems likely”. NZIER senior economist Christina Leung recognizes that while inflation is very subdued at 0.4%, the economy will receive a boost.




    FX News Today


    The AUD provided the main action in overnight trade, the AUDUSD fell around 80 pips in making a three-week low at 0.7111, taking out its 50-day moving average at 0.7138 on route.


    German GfK consumer confidence declines, confirming the downtrend in recent months. The low interest rate environment is making savings increasingly unattractive. At the same time, income expectations may have remained steady over the month, but have come down markedly since the summer and with business cycle expectations now in negative territory consumers are clearly starting to get concerned about the outlook.


    German import price inflation weaker than expected, this continues to be driven by lower oil prices and the annual rate excluding oil related products remains in positive territory. Lower than expected import price inflation will gradual feed through to headline CPI numbers and therefore add to the arguments of the doves at the ECB, with the updated set of staff projections in December likely to bring another adjustment in inflation projections and delivering Draghi the justification for additional easing.


    Australia Core CPI was below projections, putting perhaps some pressure on the RBA to ease again. CPI increased 0.5% in Q3. Australia CPI grew at a 1.5% y/y rate, matching the 1.5% y/y rate in Q2. CPI grew at a 1.3% y/y clip in Q1. Total CPI has run below 2.0% since Q4 of 2014, which was a 1.7% rate. The trimmed mean CPI slowed to a 2.1% y/y pace from a 2.2% y/y pace in Q2 and a 2.3% rate in Q1. The weighted median CPI expanded at a 2.2% y/y rate in Q3 after the 2.4% y/y clip in Q2 and the 2.5% clip in Q1.


    Japan retail sales fell 0.2% y/y in Sep, September retail sales fell 0.2% y/y after rising 0.8% y/y in August. On the month sales edged up 0.7% versus unchanged previously. Large retailer sales slowed slightly to a 1.7% y/y pace from August’s 1.8%. (28-Oct). Household spending, or PCE rebounded 2.9% y/y in August after falling 0.2% y/y in July, and versus -2.0% y/y in June. (Aug 28). Consumer Confidence (SA) fell to 40.3 in July from 41.7 in June and 41.4 in May. (Aug 10).


    [B]Bank of Japan to Expand Stimulus[B/], Slowing inflation growth alongside and a mixed domestic growth backdrop provide the Bank of Japan with the backing to expand already ample policy accommodation. The rate cut by China’s central bank and dovish guidance from the European Central Bank have stacked the deck in favor of further easing measures from the Bank of Japan, as we expect them to pursue a more is better approach to policy.


    [B]FOMC likely to hold firm with minimal changes to outlook[B/], The FOMC meets today and tomorrow and there is virtually no chance for any changes in policy. But the policy statement will be scrutinized for any indications that December will be the start of the tightening process. It’s still the case that only the employment mandate is being met, while inflation is still lagging. But weakness in recent real sector data, including today’s September durables report, along with renewed erosion in commodity prices, and the firmer dollar, argue against accelerating growth and don’t suggest inflationary pressures will be on the rise anytime soon. Look for the Fed to modify its language, perhaps shifting its characterization on the economy from moderate to modest. It’s likely to downshift slightly its view on the labor market after say it’s “continued to improve” in the September statement. On inflation the Fed can reiterate it’s running below forecast, while market based measures have moved lower too. These factors put the FOMC in a difficult spot credibility-wise, especially those policymakers who are anxious to tighten now, as data are leaning to the contrary. Policymakers can’t be encouraged by the Q slowdown abroad either, and the more accommodative postures from the ECB, PBoC, and probably the BoJ, keep the Fed in a bind too.


    Gold been relatively steady,


    Please note that times displayed based on local time zone and are from time of writing this report.


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    Date : 3rd November 2015.


    CURRENCY MOVERS OF 3rd November 2015.






    • The USD within the last 5 days’ of trading is lower across the board, in the wake of the latest US economic data that could be viewed by some market analysts that the Fed will continue to hold off again on any move on rates. However, the latest data does contradict the FOMC statement that hinted at a potential rate hike as early as December. For the time being, the market expectation looks to remain a mixed bag. The ISM manufacturing PMI in October inched down to 50.1 from 50.2 in the preceding month, the ISM headline missed the mark, and the Atlanta Fed’s GDP for Q4 fell to 1.9% from 2.5%, last forecast on Friday. The USD market will now focus on the U.S. Non-farm Payroll report due out on Friday.


    • The AUD is attempting to break a recent downtrend, as the RBA held rates steady at 2.00%, matching expectations. The central bank also noted that “growth in output had continued at around the average pace of recent years” and that while global trade was “subdued” it had “picked up recently,” although China was still seen as a main risk.


    • The JPY has weakened against most of the majors, news that the Japanese government will put forward a supplementary budget of at least JPY 3 tln, has weighed on the yen. Given the weakened state of the Japanese economy further QE moves are expected from the Bank at some point. For now, USDJPY remains as a buy on the pullbacks.





    AUDUSD, Daily


    Technically, the recent bullish momentum on the AUDUSD pair should continue since stochastic analysis, as well as moving average indicators, point to a potential close above the downward slopping trend line. Should we see a solid price close above the downward trend line, I would expect to see sellers emerging around the 0.7260-0.7290 areas before the continuation of its downtrend for a 0.7062 target.


    FX PAIR: AUDUSD
    SUPPORTS: 0.7062
    RESISTANCES: 0.7260





    USDJPY, Daily


    The short-term trend is up as price is trading above the downward trend line (Aug – Oct), and price is above its 1 year moving average. Upside potential remains for a 121.80 target, on a break of 121.50, but losing 120.25 will point back towards 119.60.


    FX PAIR: AUDJPY
    SUPPORTS: 120.25/119.60
    RESISTANCES: 121.50


    MACRO EVENTS & NEWS





    FX News Today


    The RBA left rates unchanged, which pushed the AUD up across the board, but that didn’t deter stock markets, which focused on the fact that the RBA still kept the door open for further easing.


    The U.S. ISM slipped to a 50.1 low, the October ISM is at a new two year low of 50.1, with a drop in the employment gauge to a 47.6 six year low that reinforced the pattern of declining producer sentiment.


    The U.S. construction spending report beat estimates, with a 0.6% September rise after boosts in the July and August levels, though the surprise included big boosts in the home improvement residual that doesn’t enter GDP calculations, and the remaining construction data signaled downside risk for the next Q3 GDP revision.


    Canada RBC manufacturing PMI fell to 48.0, in October from 48.6 in September. The decline puts the index further below the previous multi-year low of 48.7 seen in February, leaving the weakest reading in this indicator’s short history going back to late 2010.


    U.K. manufacturing PMI jumped to 55.5, in October from 51.8 in September. This was a much stronger than expected reading and in fact the highest since June last year.


    Gold slipped to nearly one-month lows, now trading around $1,1137/ounce, after touching $1,132,66 overnight. The market continues to fret over last week’s FOMC statement, where fears of a December rate hike have weighed heavily on gold prices.


    Crude oil prices declined from two week highs, following poor manufacturing PMI readings out of China, which suggest ongoing contraction in manufacturing activity in the world’s second largest oil consuming countries.


    Main Macro Events Today


    • AUD RBA Interest Rate Decision: RBA held rates steady at 2.00%, matching expectations. The statement was similar to last month, lacking clear guidance and sticking to a cautiously dovish tone that justifies prevailing policy settings while reminding that they have room to cut further if needed. They also maintained the shift to less-negative language about the Australian dollar (first seen in August) remarking that the currency was “adjusting to the significant declines in key commodity prices” versus the previous guidance that “further depreciation seems both likely and necessary, particularly given the significant declines in key commodity prices.”


    • GBP PMI Construction: The forecast calls for a 58.8 reading down from the last 59.9 number.


    • ECB Presidents Draghi’s Speech: Eurozone markets will look for comments from ECB’s Draghi for a clarification of the policy stance after the president seemed to dampen easing hopes in comments from last weekend.


    Please note that times displayed based on local time zone and are from time of writing this report.


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