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  • Editor’s Picks / 58 minutes ago

    New Zealand smashes Australia, except at cricket

    Business Spectator
    A year of outperformance in New Zealand culminated in annual GDP growth of 3.5% in the December quarter versus just 2.5% in Australia. The divergence in growth in the antipodean economies that has lifted the kiwi dollar close to parity with the Aussie for the first time. The key difference is in confidence. Business confidence in New Zealand is high, and fostered solid investment in both capital and employment. As unemployment has fallen, consumer sentiment has risen. By contrast, no amount of RBA easing has been able to convince Australian businesses to take advantage of the lowest borrowing costs on record and invest in growth.
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  • Article / Yesterday at 22:25 GMT

    KVP’S Macro Take: Everyone has a plan 'til they're punched in the face

    Asia Macro Strategist / Saxo Capital Markets
    Singapore
    KVP’S Macro Take: Everyone has a plan 'til they're punched in the face
    As the boxer Mike Tyson says, “everyone has a plan until they get punched in the face”. The importance of carrying out risk management & position sizing cannot be emphasized enough. End of 1Q in this short week, packed with Fed speakers, quarterly shuffles & lots of US data + nonfarm payrolls being due on Friday, April 3. Meanwhile only 9 days ago to the Tuesday, April 7 RBA decision, where there should be a cut
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  • Article / Friday at 18:00 GMT

    FX 4 next week: Uncertain times for the US dollar

    Head of FX Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    FX 4 next week: Uncertain times for the US dollar
    Unsettled times for the US dollar after a rejection of big fig 1.1000 in USDJPY. With a key Yellen speech on the agenda and a minefield of US data in store, the week ahead might well be choppy. Elsewhere, EURGBP strength is waning, EURNOK looks headed for downside and the AUDJPY/NZDJPY bearish reversal seems assured.
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    goldfinger goldfinger
    I assume first head should read euro dollar in flux at 1.10 rejection?
    14h
    Aldwin Kennedy Aldwin Kennedy
    Key Highlights
    • US dollar lost the plot and traded lower after the US GDP report missed the expectation.
    • In the US, the Gross Domestic Product Annualized released by the...
  • Article / Friday at 17:42 GMT

    Market Close: US markets rally ahead of Yellen speech

    TradingFloor.com Team / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    US stocks are trading in the green, ahead of the US Fed Chair Janet Yellen’s speech later today. On the macro front, revised data released in the US showed that economic growth in the last quarter of 2014 slowed as previously anticipated. UK stocks ended in negative territory, led by a decline in energy and mining sector stocks.
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