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12 June 2015

Commodities

Anna Bodrova

Oil Quotes Seeing Moderate Fall

Oil prices on Friday are continuing to fall. A barrel of Brent is currently trading at $65.40 (-0.6%). A barrel of WTI now costs $60.73 (-0.8%). During today’s Asian session it was also down: the market is once again feeling the pressure of increased surplus of supply.
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Vladislav Antonov

Pound/Dollar: Target – 1.5445

In the first half of Thursday the pound/dollar dropped to 1.5420. After the release of American statistics and a fall in the euro/pound cross, the pound/dollar recovered to 1.5533.
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Vladislav Antonov

Eurodollar Risks Depart Under 1.12

On Thursday the euro/dollar rate dropped to 1.1181 after the publication of US retail sales data that was stronger than expected. This news gave the dollar an additional impulse for a growth that had been borne on the Asian session.
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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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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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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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