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  • Jarratt Davis

    Originally updated: 08:00 Trading Bias: SHORT Currency pair: AUD/JPY Current Sentiment: Bearish In today’s trading session we will be focussing on selling opportunities on the AUD/JPY. Fundamentals: The Yen strengthened overnight against all major currencies due to safe haven flows caused by Saudi Arabia and…

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  • H.S. Borji

    The Australian dollar rose nearly 1 percent against its US counterpart Thursday, reaching its highest level in a month as Australian employment surged unexpectedly in December. The AUDUSD climbed to an intraday high of 0.8295, the pair’s highest level since December 11. It would subsequently consolidate at 0.8232, advancing 0.92 percent. The pair faces strong

  • H.S. Borji

    The Australian dollar declined sharply against its US counterpart Tuesday following a short-lived rally, as Reserve Bank of Australia Governor Glenn Stevens vowed to offer less assistance to the local currency amid declining commodity prices. The AUDUSD rallied from four-year lows as the Reserve Bank of Australia maintained status quo with regards to interest rates.

  • Jarratt Davis
    Analysis and Opinion » Trading Outlook; AUD/JPY
    Jarratt Davis - November 10, 2014, 08:11 GMT

    Originally Updated: 06:10am Currency Pair: AUDJPY Sentiment: Bullish Market focus: In today’s trade set up we will be focussing on short term buying opportunities on the AUD/JPY. Fundamentals: The AUD was propped up overnight after the trade surplus in China grew in October to $45.4 billion, beating economists estimate’s of $42 billion. This coupled with

  • H.S. Borji

    The Australian dollar climbed against its US counterpart Tuesday, as the Reserve Bank of Australia held its cash rate steady for the fifteenth consecutive month and downplayed the possibility of a future rate cut. The AUDUSD climbed to a daily high of 0.8750. The pair would subsequently consolidate at 0.8728, advancing 0.45 percent. The pair

  • H.S. Borji

    The Australian dollar declined sharply against its US counterpart for a second consecutive day, as weak fundamentals continue to dampen the commodity currency’s outlook. The AUDUSD plummeted 0.8 percent to 0.8701 after declining more than 100 pips on Thursday. The pair, which touched an intraday low of 0.8693, is supported at 0.8681. On the upside,

  • H.S. Borji

    The Australian dollar edged higher against its US counterpart on Wednesday amid signs the Reserve Bank of Australia was going to take steps to contain the country’s increasingly “unbalanced” housing market. The AUDUSD reached an intraday high of 0.8897 before peeling back to 0.8862, advancing 0.17 percent. The pair is likely to face support at

  • H.S. Borji
    Forex » Domestic, Global Factors Weigh on Aussie
    H.S. Borji - September 17, 2014, 01:42 GMT

    The Australian dollar was trading near six-month lows against its US counterpart on Tuesday, as domestic uncertainty and weak Chinese data continued to weigh on the currency. The AUDUSD rebounded from a six-month low of 0.8989 to trade at 0.9034. The pair last week suffered its biggest five-day decline since last November, falling 2.8 percent.

  • H.S. Borji

    The Australian currency was higher against its US counterpart Monday, despite weak Australian operating profits and disappointing Chinese manufacturing data. The Aussie-to-US-dollar exchange rate rose to an intraday high of 0.9352. The pair would subsequently consolidate at 0.9342, advancing 0.14 percent. The pair, which is trading at the 100-day simple moving average, is likely to

  • H.S. Borji
    Forex » Aussie Climbs to Higher Ground
    H.S. Borji - August 27, 2014, 17:11 GMT

    The Australian dollar appreciated on Wednesday, climbing to 2014 highs against the euro and Japanese yen while taking advantage of an overnight cool down for the US dollar. The Aussie climbed to a fresh 2014 high against the Japanese yen, as the AUDJPY advanced 0.20 percent to 97.03. The pair faces initial support at 96.52

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