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11 June 2015

Market sessions

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New Zealand Central Bank Lowers Rate

Today at their latest meeting, the Reserve Bank of New Zealand took the decision to lower their rate by 25 basis points to 3.25%. The head of the bank, Graeme Wheeler, indicated that a loosening of monetary policy is a wise decision in order to combat inflationary pressures and weak demand.
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Market sessions

Vladislav Antonov

Pound Slows Around 1.5550

On Wednesday the pound received support from the crosses until the end of the European trading session. A correctional phase started from a maximum of 1.5552.
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Market sessions

Vladislav Antonov

Eurodollar: Ambiguous Situation

On Wednesday the euro/dollar closed with a pinbar (daily candle with a long upper shade). After a break in the minimum of 1.1259 it will start to come off.
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10 June 2015

Market sessions

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Kuroda: Real Effective Yen Exchange Rate Unlikely to Fall

During a speech today, Bank of Japan Governor Kuroda said that the real effective rate of the yen was unlikely to fall. Furthermore, he warned against aggressive speculations for a rise in the dollar, declaring that a real rise in interest rates by the Fed would lead to a strengthening of the dollar.
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Commodities

Anna Kokoreva

Brent on Tuesday Trading $63-68.5 per Barrel

Yesterday evening the American institute of oil published data on oil reserves in the US for last week. The statistics show that the reserves lessened by 6.7 million barrels.
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Market sessions

Vladislav Antonov

Pound Breaks Daily Trend Line

An upward canal is forming from 1.5189 on the pound. You can’t call the growth a trend. The upward tendency is more akin to a correctional complex figure.
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