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NZD/USD Holds 0.8550 Support- Need Hawkish RBNZ for Higher High

Wednesday, 23 April 2014 16:00 GMT
By  and  Gregory Marks
The NZD/USD appears to be carving a higher low as it holds above the 0.8550 region, but we will need a hawkish RBNZ policy statement to see a higher high.
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AUD/NZD Fails to Close Above 1.09- GBP/NZD Risks Fresh Highs on RBNZ

Wednesday, 23 April 2014 13:55 GMT
The Dow Jones-FXCM U.S. Dollar Index is benefitting from the decline in the AUD/USD, while the GBP/NZD risks fresh highs on a less-hawkish RBNZ.
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EUROPEAN MARKETS Euro Market Opening Brief

Forex: Aussie Dollar Sinks on Soft CPI, Euro May Fall on PMI Data

Wednesday, 23 April 2014 04:47 GMT The Australian Dollar sank as soft first-quarter CPI data eroded RBA rate hike bets. The Euro may decline if April’s PMI figures bolster the case for added ECB stimulus.
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US MARKETS Top FX Headlines

EUR/AUD, EUR/USD Reverse Data Slump; GBP/USD Bull Flag or Double Top

Wednesday, 23 April 2014 11:15 GMT Surprises across the board from the market moving data in the Asian and European sessions leaves several of the major currencies waking up after several days of incredibly low volatility.
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ASIAN MARKETS Daily Fundamentals

Dollar’s Short-Term Volatility Outlook Picking Up

Tuesday, 22 April 2014 04:04 GMT A quiet start to the week was to be expected given the extended holiday weekend for much of the world. While US markets were online Monday, the absence of European liquidity took its toll on conviction.
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Crude Oil Retreats, Gold and Silver Exposed To Ebbing Ukrainian Concerns

Thursday, 17 April 2014 07:42 GMT
By David de Ferranti
The precious metals may take their next leg lower if tensions in Eastern Europe fail to bolster safe-haven demand for the commodities.
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Trading Video: A Return to Volatility for FX and Equity Markets Next Week

Friday, 18 April 2014 23:26 GMT
What could have come of the recent swell in risk aversion had the holiday liquidity drain not been there to curb the tide? We may not have to wonder too much longer.
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