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October 15, 2019NZD/USD rallies 30+ pips after NZ CPI crosses market expectationsNZD/USD benefits from better than forecast New Zealand (NZ) CPI data. CPI QoQ came in above 0.6% expectations to 0.7%, YoY figure grew past-1.4% consensus to 1.5%. Trade headlines, Fedspeak and US Retail Sales will be in the spotlight for now. With the headline inflation data crossing downbeat market consensus, NZD/USD rallies more than 3021:50
October 15, 2019New Zealand CPI came in better than expected, 0.7% QoQ 1.5% YoY, Kiwi surges to 0.6320Consumer Price Index data has arrived and was expected to have risen by 0.6% quarter on quarter, (QoQ),1.4% year on year, (YoY), which crosses the market consensus . The data has arrived as follows: 0.7% vs 0.6% expected and previous QoQ/ Q3. 1.5% vs 1.4% expected 1.7% and previous YoY/Q3.21:50
October 15, 2019New Zealand Consumer Price Index (YoY) above expectations (1.4%) in 3Q: Actual (1.5%)21:50
October 15, 2019New Zealand Consumer Price Index (QoQ) registered at 0.7% above expectations (0.6%) in 3Q21:40
October 15, 2019Feds Daly: US economy and policy accommodation in a good place right nowPresident and Chief Executive Officer of theFederal ReserveBank of San Francisco Mary C. Daly recently crossed wires. Some of her key comments are covered as follows. Key quotes US economy and policy accommodation in a good place right now. Fed is in a process of learning how to implement its ample reserves regime. Business contacts21:30
October 15, 2019When is NZ CPI and how might it affect NZD/USD?Wednesdays Asian session begins with the quarterly release of New Zealand CPI at 21:45 GMT. Considering the central banks bearish bias, todays Q3 2019 consumer price index (CPI) continues to be the key catalyst for the NZD/USD pair. Market consensus favors a decline to 1.4% from 1.7% in the YoY number versus no change in21:10
October 15, 2019EUR/USD technical analysis: Euro rolling into the Asian session above the 1.1000 handleThis Tuesday, Brexit optimism dragged the Euro back above the 1.1000 handle. EUR/USD remains bullish above the 1.1000 handle. On Wednesday, investors will be watching the Retail Sales Control Group in the United States (US). EUR/USD daily chart On the daily chart, the common currency is trading in a bear trend below21:10
October 15, 2019South Korea Export Price Growth (YoY) registered at -5%, below expectations (-1%) in September21:10
October 15, 2019South Korea Import Price Growth (YoY) registered at -2.2%, below expectations (-0.3%) in September20:20
October 15, 2019Forex Today: Brexit hopes boosted Pound and moodHere is what you need to know Wednesday, October 16th: Optimism re-surged in the US afternoon, on news indicating prospects of a draft Brexit deal. Safe-havens, dollar included, edged lower. GBP/USD flirted with 1.2800 retaining the bullish potential despite politicians tried to cold down the headline. By the end of the day, news indicatedthat PM1…10…
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