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Old 26-10-2011, 01:15 PM   #1
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Old 01-11-2011, 08:44 AM   #2
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Lightbulb "RBA lowered the benchmark interest rate"(2011-11-01)







The Reserve bank of Australia lowered its benchmark interest rate from 4.75% to 4.50%. The majority of the economists now agree that the RBA is unlikely to start the easing cycle.

Analysts at HSBC claim that as long as Aussie remains strong, the central bank will be less concerned about inflation that will prevent it from decreasing the borrowing costs. In addition RBA’s statement doesn’t contain hints at further rate cuts. According to the specialists, RBA’s approach has switched to neutral.

Strategists at ANZ aren’t sure about the central bank’s neutral position but say that they don’t expect another easing move in December naming February as the potential time when the next cut arrives. Analysts at St. George Bank look forward to only one more rate reduction in March.

Australian dollar fell versus its US counterpart from today’s maximum at $1.0566 to the levels below $1.0450.



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Old 01-11-2011, 10:48 AM   #3
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Lightbulb "UBS increased forecasts for EUR, GBP, AUD and NZD"(2011-11-01)











Currency strategists at UBS increased their 1-month forecast for the single currency versus the greenback from $1.30 to $1.40 and 3-month one from $1.20 to $1.35. In their view, the pair EUR/USD will be trading between $1.35 and $1.45 during the next few weeks.

The predictions for GBP/USD were also lifted up from $1.51 and $1.40 to $1.60 and $1.55.

In addition, the specialists raised their 1- and 3-month estimates of future AUD/USD rate from 0.95 and 0.90 to 1.04 and 0.97 and of NZD/USD from 0.76 and 0.72 to 0.80 and 0.74 respectively.

As the reason for the revisions the analysts cited the improvement of the market’s sentiment after the European authorities took actions to safe Greece from default.



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Old 01-11-2011, 11:35 AM   #4
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Lightbulb "Westpac: recommendations ahead of NFP"(2011-11-01)








On Friday comes an important release – US Non-Farm Payrolls for October.

Currency strategists at Westpac Institutional Bank think that if the number of jobs increased last month by more than 95K (the consensus forecast is of 98K increase after September growth of 103K), it would be wise to buy USD/JPY. If the reading is below 60K, the specialists recommend buying USD/CAD pointing out that Canadian economy which has close ties to the one of its neighbor will also suffer.

Westpac analysts regard the first scenario as the most likely. That’s why they advise investors to open dollar longs at 77.00 yen stopping at 76.00 yen and targeting 79.50 yen.



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Lightbulb "Citigroup: Japan’s intervention is unlikely to be a success"(2011-11-01)







On Monday Japan intervened at the currency market for the third time this year in order to weaken its national currency. There’s no official information about of the amount spent, but the market’s speculating that Japan may have sold about 7 trillion yen ($92.31 billion) breaking the previous record of a 1-day intervention of 4.5 trillion yen (August 4, 2011).

Never the less, many analysts are skeptical doubting that the move will be able to succeed in preventing yen from appreciation and easing pressure on Japanese exports. The economists cite the results on the previous unilateral attempts of Japan’s government when after a jump the pair USD/JPY slid down again. Citigroup specialists believe that this time everything will be the same. Economists at BNP Paribas say that the intervention policy is losing effectiveness.

Among the factors which may cause the demand for yen increase one should name the risks connected with the euro area and the possibility that the Federal Reserve may ease its monetary policy. Specialists at Westpac underline that in the current situation investors will crave for safe havens. Another thing that seems likely to undermine the efforts of Japanese monetary authorities is the profit repatriation of Japanese companies which buy yen during this process.

US dollar bounced yesterday by 5% from the record minimum at 75.56 yen to the maximum at 79.53, but then eased down to the levels around 78 yen.



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"Westpac, HSBC on the outlook for kiwi"(2011-11-02)









New Zealand’s dollar weakened this week versus its US counterpart as investors’ risk sentiment was affected by the news about the referendum in Greece.

Currency strategists at Westpac believe that NZD/USD will keep declining during the next few weeks moving down to the levels in the $0.7000 area. In their view, support for the pair is situated at $0.7910, while resistance stays at $0.8050.

Analysts at HSBC, however, think that there won’t be any clear trend for kiwi until the FOMC and ECB meetings and US payrolls this week. It’s necessary to note that the specialists don’t expect the Fed to trigger the QE3 as there should be a deflationary environment for that.



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– Wednesday, Nov. 2: French President Nicolas Sarkozy and German Chancellor Angela Merkel meet with Greek, IMF and EU officials in Cannes. Portuguese T-bill auction. Euro-zone manufacturing PMI data.

– Thursday, Nov. 3: ECB policy meeting. Mario Draghi’s first press conference as ECB President. Spanish and French bond auctions.

– Thursday, Nov. 3 – Friday, Nov. 4: G-20 leaders meet in Cannes.

– Friday, Nov. 4: Greek government confidence vote. Euro-zone services PMI data.

– Monday, Nov. 7: Eurogroup finance ministers meet.

– Tuesday, Nov. 8: EU finance ministers meet. Greek T-bill auction.

– Thursday, Nov. 10: Italian T-bill auction.

– Friday, Nov. 11: 2.0 billion euro of Greek T-bills mature.

– Monday, Nov. 14: Italian bond auction.

– Tuesday, Nov. 15: Greek T-bill auction.

– Wednesday, Nov. 16: Portuguese T-bill auction.

– Thursday, Nov. 17: Spanish and French bond auctions.

– Friday, Nov. 18: 1.3 billion euro of Greek T-bills mature.

– Sunday, Nov. 20: Spain holds general election.

– Thursday, Nov. 24: General strike in Portugal.

– Friday, Nov. 25: Italian T-bill/bond auction.

– Tuesday, Nov. 29: Italian bond auction. Final Portuguese budget vote.


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Lightbulb "Bernanke: US economy may need additional stimulus"(2011-11-03)






Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke claimed yesterday that additional monetary stimulus may be needed to reduce unemployment as US economic outlook seems to be rather pessimistic. Among the options of such stimulus Bernanke named the third round of quantitative easing, extending the period of record-low borrowing costs or estimating the conditions necessary for the rate hike.

The Chairman admits that the central bank has overestimated the pace of US economic recovery and expects American economic growth to be “frustratingly slow”, while FOMC statement states that even after relatively good figures in the third quarter there are “significant downside risks”. According to Bernanke, these risks include the effects of European fiscal and banking problems.

The Fed’s GDP growth projections for 2012 were lowered from 3.3-3.7% (June’s estimate) to 2.5-2.9%. The projected unemployment rate in the fourth quarter of the next year was raised from the previous forecast of 7.8-8.2% to 8.5-8.7%.

The Operation Twist or the lengthening of the Fed’s bond portfolio maturity is left in place. US monetary authorities also confirmed the plan to hold the Federal funds rate between 0% and 0.25% at least until the middle of 2013.

It’s clear now that the Fed’s policy has become more accommodative and the central bank is ready for aggressive actions.

Despite the increased possibility of QE3 that should have weakened US dollar the greenback strengthened against euro. Analysts at UBS think that this may be explained by the fact that some traders expected the Fed to take even more loose approach. In addition, one should remember that the pair EUR/USD is also weakened by the ongoing crisis in the euro area.



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Lightbulb "Niesr analyses the odds of the UK recession"(2011-11-03)








National Institute for Economic and Social Research estimate the possibility of recession in the UK by 50%. If the European policymakers don’t find the solution of the region’s debt crisis, the odds of British economic contraction will equal to 70%.

The economists lowered their economic growth forecasts for 2012 from August estimate of 2% to 0.9%. In their view, UK GDP growth will keep stagnating in the first half of the next year as it was this year going through the slowest recovery since the end of the First World War.

Niesr has also revised down its forecast for the global economic growth from 4.5% to 4% in 2011 and 2012 noting that there are downside risks to this projection from the crisis in Greece.



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"ECB lowered the benchmark rate"(2011-11-03)









The European Central Bank decided to cut its benchmark interest rate at President Mario Draghi's first policy meeting in charge by 25 basis points to 1.25% after it had twice increased it – in April and July.

Such move was unexpected by the majority of the economists as inflation in the euro area showed the reading of 3.0% in October for the second month in a row, while the central bank’s target lies just below 2%.

According to Dragi, the main reason for the cut is the deterioration of the euro zone’s economic data. The ECB President underlined that growth slowdown will cool inflation perspectives. In his view, at the end of the year the monetary union will face mild recession.

Currency strategists at Bank of Tokyo Mitsubishi UFJ think that ECB’s decision to ease its monetary policy will increase the pressure on the single currency and the demand for euro will keep declining. In their view, European borrowing costs will be lowered to 1% during the next few months.

The pair EUR/USD traded today in quite volatile manner: by the middle of the day it reached high at $1.3834 and then returned to the day’s minimum in the $1.3660 area before another bounce to the day’s maximums.



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