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Archive for July 30th, 2013

US Consumer Confidence Moderated in July; Existing Home Prices Increased in May

The Conference Board's measure of US consumer confidence declined by 1.8 points to 80.3 in July 2013 (expectations had been for a reading of 81.3). The monthly decline retraced only a small portion of the cumulative 20.2 point increase recorded during the previous three months that had brought the measure

GBPUSD: 1.5280- 1.5400 Range ahead of BOE

GBPSUD looks like it has given up on life above the daily Ichimoku cloud after failing to hold on above 1.5380. The pound has drifted lower this morning, shrugging off an impressive reading of the Lloyds Business Barometer for July, which rose to its highest level since mid-2010. It looks

EUR/USD – Steady as German Consumer Confidence Shines

EUR/USD continues to trade quietly, extending the trend which we've seen since last week. In Tuesday's European session the pair is trading in the high-1.32 range. Taking a look at economic releases, the Eurozone is back in action after a break on Monday. German Consumer Climate edged upwards and posted

Euro Edges Higher On Data, Euro Area Confidence Jumps 15-Month High

The single currency rose Tuesday, after data showed economic confidence in the Eurozone improved for a third month in July, reaching the highest in 15 months and adding to signs that the currency bloc is emerging from a record-long recession.

European Market Update

AUD/USD was down over 1% below during the Asian session to be below the $0.91 handle a 2-week low while AUD/NZD cross hit its worst levels since late 2008. Aussie weakness was the result of a double-whammy from down under, as building approvals showed an unexpectedly deep contraction

Markets Adjust Positions Pre-FOMC

The fx markets are quiet ahead of FOMC, ECB and BoE meetings, as well as US labor market data back-loaded to the second half of the week. As yen recovers losses on talks to delay the fiscal reforms as promised, euro and sterling trade with prudent attempts on the upside,
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