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Loose lips sink ships and overnight comments in the Financial Times cited Peter Navarro, director of Trump’s new National Trade Council and senior trade adviser, who said that Germany is using a “grossly undervalued” EUR to exploit the US and its EU partners. His comments sent the Greenback into a tailspin. It appears that no one is safe, friend or foe from the wrath of this new US administration when it comes to trade. Moreover, while I have been in utter shock about the new US government’s attitudes towards global commerce, it is hard to argue that Germany has not benefited from the fixed exchange rate that the Euro secures between itself and its prime European markets. The fact is the Euro as a whole, is a much weaker currency than the standalone Deutsche Mark would be and is making German exports notably cheaper. While such comments are usually left unsaid, it is quickly becoming clear that partnership is not President Trump’s primary objective on foreign policy.

What was initially viewed as a few stray comments from Peter Navarro quickly cascaded into a dollar rout when the news wires lit up after President Trump stated, “Our country has been run so badly, we know nothing about devaluation”. He then went on to single out Japan and China again. The market viewed this as a classic case of verbal intervention sending newly minted long dollar positions into full unfurl mode. Whether this is nothing more than grandstanding to establish a position of strength before entering contentious trade negotiations, who knows? We are entering uncharted territory on the trade front.

Indeed, the mighty Greenback has entered February like a lamb and only time will tell if it goes out like a Lion. However, one thing is sure; we should expect markets to get whipsawed again and again. Welcome to the Brave New Market of the political headline. 

The market awaits Trump’s Supreme Court Pick.

Australian Dollar

The Aussie remains mired in the .75-76 range despite the heavy US dollar sell-off overnight which looks set to resume in early APAC trade. President Trump’s verbal intervention directed at the USD has had muted impact on the Aussie as investors are now viewing commodity price action as a flimsy excuse to chase the topside. Also with little clarity offered on the  US Fiscal front, the Aussie bulls are content to sit idle. Commodity bloc traders are concerned that much of the speculative run on prices came on the back of Trumpenomics, which at this stage is looking like a circumspect proposition.

New Zealand Dollar

The NZD wobbled and fell under immediate pressure as the unemployment rate came in above expectations which has will have future implication on the wage component of the CPI down the road. After the KIWI surged last week on the stronger Dec CPI print, raising expectation for a possible RBNZ rate hike, today bad miss on the Unemployment front brings huge doubt in the market’s  current RBNZ interest rate lean. The plot thickens in the Antipodeans.

Japanese Yen

Bank of Japan’s policy meeting offered little substance and had little influence on currency markets, but the JPY is so caught up in the verbal intervention, and risk aversion from President Trump’s recent executive orders, which have undercut the USD dollar and effectively destabilized global markets.

Market sentiment is horrible and would have to believe the USDJPY is extremely vulnerable to more headline-driven bouts of risk off.  Not even sure a hawkish FOMC can turn the tide during this period of extreme dollar negativity.

Chinese Yuan

JPY and CNH are having a parallel conversation with the USD after President Trump singled out China and Japan in his recent trade tantrum. We are entering the “Twilight Zone” so discard market fundamentals and the usual asset class correlations for a top notch news reader, as Trump headlines will continue to take center stage for the foreseeable future.

As an aside

Back in 2007, ex-president of France, Nicolas Sarkozy, ramped up the political rhetoric on a visit to Washington DC because he was equally alarmed about the US dollar weakness, which at that time, boosted America’s trade competitiveness over Europe. While these battles have raged behind closed doors for ages, the market is just not used to US Presidents airing their dirty laundry in public. Needless to say, we should.

Loose lips sink ships and overnight comments in the Financial Times cited Peter Navarro, director of Trump’s new National Trade Council and senior trade adviser, who said that Germany is using a “grossly undervalued” EUR to exploit the US and its EU partners. His comments sent the Greenback into a tailspin. It appears that no one is safe, friend or foe from the wrath of this new US administration when it comes to trade. Moreover, while I have been in utter shock about the new US government’s attitudes towards global commerce, it is hard to argue that Germany has not benefited from the fixed exchange rate that the Euro secures between itself and its prime European markets. The fact is the Euro as a whole, is a much weaker currency than the standalone Deutsche Mark would be and is making German exports notably cheaper. While such comments are usually left unsaid, it is quickly becoming clear that partnership is not President Trump’s primary objective on foreign policy.

What was initially viewed as a few stray comments from Peter Navarro quickly cascaded into a dollar rout when the news wires lit up after President Trump stated, “Our country has been run so badly, we know nothing about devaluation”. He then went on to single out Japan and China again. The market viewed this as a classic case of verbal intervention sending newly minted long dollar positions into full unfurl mode. Whether this is nothing more than grandstanding to establish a position of strength before entering contentious trade negotiations, who knows? We are entering uncharted territory on the trade front.

Indeed, the mighty Greenback has entered February like a lamb and only time will tell if it goes out like a Lion. However, one thing is sure; we should expect markets to get whipsawed again and again. Welcome to the Brave New Market of the political headline. 

The market awaits Trump’s Supreme Court Pick.

Australian Dollar

The Aussie remains mired in the .75-76 range despite the heavy US dollar sell-off overnight which looks set to resume in early APAC trade. President Trump’s verbal intervention directed at the USD has had muted impact on the Aussie as investors are now viewing commodity price action as a flimsy excuse to chase the topside. Also with little clarity offered on the  US Fiscal front, the Aussie bulls are content to sit idle. Commodity bloc traders are concerned that much of the speculative run on prices came on the back of Trumpenomics, which at this stage is looking like a circumspect proposition.

New Zealand Dollar

The NZD wobbled and fell under immediate pressure as the unemployment rate came in above expectations which has will have future implication on the wage component of the CPI down the road. After the KIWI surged last week on the stronger Dec CPI print, raising expectation for a possible RBNZ rate hike, today bad miss on the Unemployment front brings huge doubt in the market’s  current RBNZ interest rate lean. The plot thickens in the Antipodeans.

Japanese Yen

Bank of Japan’s policy meeting offered little substance and had little influence on currency markets, but the JPY is so caught up in the verbal intervention, and risk aversion from President Trump’s recent executive orders, which have undercut the USD dollar and effectively destabilized global markets.

Market sentiment is horrible and would have to believe the USDJPY is extremely vulnerable to more headline-driven bouts of risk off.  Not even sure a hawkish FOMC can turn the tide during this period of extreme dollar negativity.

Chinese Yuan

JPY and CNH are having a parallel conversation with the USD after President Trump singled out China and Japan in his recent trade tantrum. We are entering the “Twilight Zone” so discard market fundamentals and the usual asset class correlations for a top notch news reader, as Trump headlines will continue to take center stage for the foreseeable future.

As an aside

Back in 2007, ex-president of France, Nicolas Sarkozy, ramped up the political rhetoric on a visit to Washington DC because he was equally alarmed about the US dollar weakness, which at that time, boosted America’s trade competitiveness over Europe. While these battles have raged behind closed doors for ages, the market is just not used to US Presidents airing their dirty laundry in public. Needless to say, we should.Source: marketpulse.com

Loose lips sink ships and overnight comments in the Financial Times cited Peter Navarro, director of Trump’s new National Trade Council and senior trade adviser, who said that Germany is using a “grossly undervalued” EUR to exploit the US and its EU partners. His comments sent the Greenback into a tailspin. It appears that no one is safe, friend or foe from the wrath of this new US administration when it comes to trade. Moreover, while I have been in utter shock about the new US government’s attitudes towards global commerce, it is hard to argue that Germany has not benefited from the fixed exchange rate that the Euro secures between itself and its prime European markets. The fact is the Euro as a whole, is a much weaker currency than the standalone Deutsche Mark would be and is making German exports notably cheaper. While such comments are usually left unsaid, it is quickly becoming clear that partnership is not President Trump’s primary objective on foreign policy.

What was initially viewed as a few stray comments from Peter Navarro quickly cascaded into a dollar rout when the news wires lit up after President Trump stated, “Our country has been run so badly, we know nothing about devaluation”. He then went on to single out Japan and China again. The market viewed this as a classic case of verbal intervention sending newly minted long dollar positions into full unfurl mode. Whether this is nothing more than grandstanding to establish a position of strength before entering contentious trade negotiations, who knows? We are entering uncharted territory on the trade front.

Indeed, the mighty Greenback has entered February like a lamb and only time will tell if it goes out like a Lion. However, one thing is sure; we should expect markets to get whipsawed again and again. Welcome to the Brave New Market of the political headline. 

The market awaits Trump’s Supreme Court Pick.

Australian Dollar

The Aussie remains mired in the .75-76 range despite the heavy US dollar sell-off overnight which looks set to resume in early APAC trade. President Trump’s verbal intervention directed at the USD has had muted impact on the Aussie as investors are now viewing commodity price action as a flimsy excuse to chase the topside. Also with little clarity offered on the  US Fiscal front, the Aussie bulls are content to sit idle. Commodity bloc traders are concerned that much of the speculative run on prices came on the back of Trumpenomics, which at this stage is looking like a circumspect proposition.

New Zealand Dollar

The NZD wobbled and fell under immediate pressure as the unemployment rate came in above expectations which has will have future implication on the wage component of the CPI down the road. After the KIWI surged last week on the stronger Dec CPI print, raising expectation for a possible RBNZ rate hike, today bad miss on the Unemployment front brings huge doubt in the market’s  current RBNZ interest rate lean. The plot thickens in the Antipodeans.

Japanese Yen

Bank of Japan’s policy meeting offered little substance and had little influence on currency markets, but the JPY is so caught up in the verbal intervention, and risk aversion from President Trump’s recent executive orders, which have undercut the USD dollar and effectively destabilized global markets.

Market sentiment is horrible and would have to believe the USDJPY is extremely vulnerable to more headline-driven bouts of risk off.  Not even sure a hawkish FOMC can turn the tide during this period of extreme dollar negativity.

Chinese Yuan

JPY and CNH are having a parallel conversation with the USD after President Trump singled out China and Japan in his recent trade tantrum. We are entering the “Twilight Zone” so discard market fundamentals and the usual asset class correlations for a top notch news reader, as Trump headlines will continue to take center stage for the foreseeable future.

As an aside

Back in 2007, ex-president of France, Nicolas Sarkozy, ramped up the political rhetoric on a visit to Washington DC because he was equally alarmed about the US dollar weakness, which at that time, boosted America’s trade competitiveness over Europe. While these battles have raged behind closed doors for ages, the market is just not used to US Presidents airing their dirty laundry in public. Needless to say, we should.

Loose lips sink ships and overnight comments in the Financial Times cited Peter Navarro, director of Trump’s new National Trade Council and senior trade adviser, who said that Germany is using a “grossly undervalued” EUR to exploit the US and its EU partners. His comments sent the Greenback into a tailspin. It appears that no one is safe, friend or foe from the wrath of this new US administration when it comes to trade. Moreover, while I have been in utter shock about the new US government’s attitudes towards global commerce, it is hard to argue that Germany has not benefited from the fixed exchange rate that the Euro secures between itself and its prime European markets. The fact is the Euro as a whole, is a much weaker currency than the standalone Deutsche Mark would be and is making German exports notably cheaper. While such comments are usually left unsaid, it is quickly becoming clear that partnership is not President Trump’s primary objective on foreign policy.

What was initially viewed as a few stray comments from Peter Navarro quickly cascaded into a dollar rout when the news wires lit up after President Trump stated, “Our country has been run so badly, we know nothing about devaluation”. He then went on to single out Japan and China again. The market viewed this as a classic case of verbal intervention sending newly minted long dollar positions into full unfurl mode. Whether this is nothing more than grandstanding to establish a position of strength before entering contentious trade negotiations, who knows? We are entering uncharted territory on the trade front.

Indeed, the mighty Greenback has entered February like a lamb and only time will tell if it goes out like a Lion. However, one thing is sure; we should expect markets to get whipsawed again and again. Welcome to the Brave New Market of the political headline. 

The market awaits Trump’s Supreme Court Pick.

Australian Dollar

The Aussie remains mired in the .75-76 range despite the heavy US dollar sell-off overnight which looks set to resume in early APAC trade. President Trump’s verbal intervention directed at the USD has had muted impact on the Aussie as investors are now viewing commodity price action as a flimsy excuse to chase the topside. Also with little clarity offered on the  US Fiscal front, the Aussie bulls are content to sit idle. Commodity bloc traders are concerned that much of the speculative run on prices came on the back of Trumpenomics, which at this stage is looking like a circumspect proposition.

New Zealand Dollar

The NZD wobbled and fell under immediate pressure as the unemployment rate came in above expectations which has will have future implication on the wage component of the CPI down the road. After the KIWI surged last week on the stronger Dec CPI print, raising expectation for a possible RBNZ rate hike, today bad miss on the Unemployment front brings huge doubt in the market’s  current RBNZ interest rate lean. The plot thickens in the Antipodeans.

Japanese Yen

Bank of Japan’s policy meeting offered little substance and had little influence on currency markets, but the JPY is so caught up in the verbal intervention, and risk aversion from President Trump’s recent executive orders, which have undercut the USD dollar and effectively destabilized global markets.

Market sentiment is horrible and would have to believe the USDJPY is extremely vulnerable to more headline-driven bouts of risk off.  Not even sure a hawkish FOMC can turn the tide during this period of extreme dollar negativity.

Chinese Yuan

JPY and CNH are having a parallel conversation with the USD after President Trump singled out China and Japan in his recent trade tantrum. We are entering the “Twilight Zone” so discard market fundamentals and the usual asset class correlations for a top notch news reader, as Trump headlines will continue to take center stage for the foreseeable future.

As an aside

Back in 2007, ex-president of France, Nicolas Sarkozy, ramped up the political rhetoric on a visit to Washington DC because he was equally alarmed about the US dollar weakness, which at that time, boosted America’s trade competitiveness over Europe. While these battles have raged behind closed doors for ages, the market is just not used to US Presidents airing their dirty laundry in public. Needless to say, we should.Source: marketpulse.com

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USD/JPY fails to extend attempted recovery beyond 110.00 mark
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Tech Targets: EUR/USD, GBP/USD, AUD/USD, NZD/USD, USD/JPY - 09.05.2019
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AUD finds little relief in RBA steady hand
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EUR/JPY Technical Analysis: Door open for extra losses to 128.40
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US Dollar Index probes daily tops near 97.60
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Gold eases from near 2-week tops, focus remains on US-China trade talks
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USD/JPY in search of a firm direction, stuck in a range below 111.00 mark
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EUR/USD Technical Analysis: Near term bearish below the 55-day SMA at 1.1268
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Australia: Lowest real retail growth since 2012
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Tech Targets: EUR/USD, GBP/USD, AUD/USD, NZD/USD, USD/JPY - 06.05.2019
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GBP/USD: Short term downtrend eroded - Commerzbank
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Dollar softens on wage focus; RBA and RBNZ easing eyed
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Tech Targets: EUR/USD, GBP/USD, AUD/USD, NZD/USD, USD/JPY - 03.05.2019
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EUR/USD: Techs lean bearish ahead of US non-farm payrolls
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Asia: Material improvement in external positions
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Gold Technical Analysis: Falls to over 1-week lows, further slide to $1260 area now looks a distinct possibility
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Tech Targets: EUR/USD, GBP/USD, AUD/USD, NZD/USD, USD/JPY -02.05.2019
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Dollar rally stalls ahead of FOMC, NFP, Trade Talks, and Earnings
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Big Earnings, Rate Decisions and US GDP once markets return from holiday
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AUD/USD inches higher to 0.7160, but lacks follow-through
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USD/JPY frozen near 111.90 ahead of US housing data
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Forex Today: Yen ignores BOJ operation, Good Friday quiet trading to extend
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EUR/USD consolidates the slide near 1.1250, US retail sales eyed
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Tech Targets: EUR/USD, GBP/USD, AUD/USD, NZD/USD, USD/JPY-18.04.2019
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Easter Trading Schedule
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EUR/USD is holding steady
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GBP/USD: Recovery towards 1.3100 on its way ahead of UK CPI
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FX Today: Antipodeans rescued by strong China data; focus on UK/ Eurozone CPI
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