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Collinson FX Market Commentary: Mar 11 - Kiwi plunges By Collinson FX, , 11:48 PM Wed 11 Mar 2015
Mar 11 - Equities were hammered overnight amidst speculation of a Fed rate rise. Recent economic data has been positive enough to adopt a reality in monetary policy. This has lead to many believing that a rate rise is in the offing. This directly impacted currencies, with the Dollar rallying strongly, although dovish Fed Chair perhaps questions this. ...[more]


Collinson FX Market Commentary: Mar 10 - Markets steady By Collinson FX, , 12:29 AM Wed 11 Mar 2015
Mar 10 - The markets opened the week steady after positive but contracting trade data from China, Japan and Germany. Chinese trade dipped, due to a massive fall in Exports (48%) and Imports (20.5%), reflecting the reduction in overall trade. The AUD regained 0.7700, while the KIWI traded above 0.7350, supported by healthy interest rate differentials. ...[more]


Collinson FX Market Commentary: Mar 7 - Oil price drops below $50 By Collinson FX, , 8:34 PM Sun 8 Mar 2015
Mar 7 - US stocks crashed to finish the week in an alternate universe. The world in which, good news is bad, and vica-versa! Global markets have been corrupted by Central Bank interference. Commodities drifted lower with Oil slipping back below $50/barrel. Associated currencies continued to drift, with the AUD falling to 0.7777, while the NZD traded below 0.7500. ...[more]


Collinson FX Market Commentary: Mar 5 - NZD pushes upwards By Collinson FX, , 11:58 PM Thu 5 Mar 2015
Mar 5 - The NZD is pushing up towards 0.7560, while the AUD consolidates above 0.7800, supported by steady GDP growth at 2.5%. Commodity currencies remain relatively strong, with jawboning from their respective Central Banks, failing to impact attractive interest rate differentials. ...[more]


Collinson FX Market Commentary: Mar 4 - Pressure goes on RBNZ By Collinson FX, , 7:46 PM Wed 4 Mar 2015
Mar 4 - Equity markets and the Dollar retreated overnight, from elevated highs, driven by Central Bank activity. Markets keenly await the detail of the ECB's QE policy to be elucidated Thursday. The NZD fed off these cross Tasman moves, pushing above 0.7550, putting pressure on the local RBNZ. ...[more]


Collinson FX Market Commentary: Mar 3 - Chinese chop interest rates By Collinson FX, , 12:06 AM Wed 4 Mar 2015
Mar 3,2015: China gave markets a pleasant surprise over the weekend with an interest rate cut. Chinese Governments officials must set the growth targets, and to achieve any where near 7% would require stimulus, hence the interest rate cut. The stimulus was good news for global markets, ...[more]


Collinson FX Market Commentary: Feb 27 - Europe takes a bashing By Collinson FX, , 11:50 PM Fri 27 Feb 2015
Feb 27, 2015: The EUR was battered overnight, as the Dollar surged. NZ Trade data was as expected, with contraction from Exports and Imports, although the balance was positive. Central Bank activity remains the major driver of currencies while insipid economic data does not support the robust economic recovery many touted. T ...[more]


Collinson FX Market Commentary: Feb 26 - Big jump for AUD By Collinson FX, , 12:26 AM Fri 27 Feb 2015
Feb 26, 2015: The AUD jumped towards 0.7900, while the KIWI traded 0.7530, looking at the release of Trade data today. Exports and Imports are expected to be lower reflecting the economic environment, although the balance is expected to be static. Central Banks continue to drive market direction while economic data remains a symptom. ...[more]


Collinson FX Market Commentary: Feb 25 - Politics prevail in Greece By Collinson FX, , 10:41 AM Wed 25 Feb 2015
Feb 25, 2015: Markets switched focus overnight as the spotlight turned to interest rates away from the fears of a Greek default. EU Finance Ministers accepted conditions from Greece to extend the bailout packages. This confirms obligations that already existed but allowed some semantic concessions to to appease voters. ...[more]


Collinson FX Market Commentary: Feb 24 - Greeks have deadline of today By Collinson FX, , 11:01 PM Tue 24 Feb 2015
Feb 24, 2015: The week opened with the Greek debt scenario hanging over markets. The Greeks must come up with a plan to re-negotiate their debt bailout by today and thus far, have not looked like doing this, failing to gain support. ...[more]


Collinson FX Market Commentary: Feb 20 - Dips and struggles By Collinson FX, , 6:05 PM Fri 20 Feb 2015
Feb 20, 2015: The AUD dipped to 0.7780, while the NZD struggles to hold 0.7500, despite pushing higher in domestic trade. Markets remain focused on Europe and the EU Finance Ministers meeting with caveats over the war in the Ukraine. The NZD Currently trades 0.6600 and 0.4865 against the EUR and GBP. ...[more]


Collinson FX Market Commentary: Feb 19 - Markets wait By Collinson FX, , 11:42 PM Thu 19 Feb 2015
Feb 19, 2015: Greek debt re-negotiations dominated markets, again overnight, with a request for an extension of 6 months. Greek 3 year bond yields moved up to 18.62%, while emergency cash was needed from Banks, as outflows continued. ...[more]


Collinson FX Market Commentary: Feb 17 - Kiwi benefits from big margin By Collinson FX, , 12:15 AM Wed 18 Feb 2015
Feb 17, 2015: The KIWI continues to benefit from incredible interest rate beneficials, with the delusional RBNZ, maintaining a huge margin over trading partners. Markets will focus on Greece, in Europe, while economic data will drive US markets. ...[more]


Collinson FX Market Commentary: Feb 18 - Kiwi benefits from big margin By Collinson FX, , 11:42 PM Tue 17 Feb 2015
Feb 18, 2015: Greek debt re-negotiations dominated markets, again overnight, with a request for an extension of 6 months. Greek 3 year bond yields moved up to 18.62%, while emergency cash was needed from Banks, as outflows continued. ...[more]


Collinson FX Market Commentary: Feb 14 - The Fat get fatter By Collinson FX, , 12:14 AM Sun 15 Feb 2015
Feb 14, 2015: Generous Central bank Monetary Policy has flushed global markets with liquidity which has lead to burgeoning share markets. European equity markets surged after German GDP blasted past expectations, boosting confidence, after a ceasefire agreement in the Ukraine and capitulation on the Greek debt re-negotiation. ...[more]


Collinson FX Market Commentary: Feb 13 - Surge is the word in Europe By Collinson FX, , 12:43 AM Sat 14 Feb 2015
Feb 13, 2015: European markets surged overnight with the news of a ceasefire agreement in the Ukraine and a Greek debt compromise in the wind. The tiny economy of Greece is having a disproportionate impact on European and Global markets, a surprising existential threat to the EUR ...[more]


Collinson FX Market Commentary: Feb 12 - Greek train-wreck dominates By Collinson FX, , 1:36 AM Fri 13 Feb 2015
Feb 12, 2015: The KIWI is back back below 0.7400, although the Trans Tasman cross continued to reflect the interest rate differential. Greece remains the major driver of markets and has wrecked havoc for a long time, considering the dimension of the state with the EC and the global economy. ...[more]


Collinson FX Market Commentary: Feb 11 - Greeks won't discard bail-out By Collinson FX, , 1:00 AM Thu 12 Feb 2015
Feb 11, 2015: Equity markets settled overnight with talk of a compromise on the Greek debt negotiations. The Greek Government announced that is would not discard the bailout package and look to honour 70% of the austerity demands. ...[more]


Collinson FX Market Commentary: Feb 10 - Greeks reverse austerity By Collinson FX, , 1:05 AM Wed 11 Feb 2015
Feb 10, 2015: The Greek Tsipras Government has announced the reversal of austerity measures agreed to allow the EC/IMF bailout. They have decided to re-employ state workers, raise the minimum wage, reduce taxes and halt privatization. This will be paid for by halting the servicing of the bailout debt. ...[more]


Collinson FX Market Commentary: Feb 7 - Greek negotiations jitter By Collinson FX, , 12:07 AM Mon 9 Feb 2015
Feb 7, 2015: The coming week will focus on Global Economic data releases with a watchful eye on the Greek/ECB/IMF debt renegotiation. The NZD currently trades 0.6460 and 0.4800 against the EUR and GBP. despite the genitive shift in the NZD generally the NZDJPY cross has bucked the trend to regained some ground, trading 87.10 this morning. ...[more]


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