COMMODITIES

INSIGHTS, TRENDS AND CASE STUDIES

The Aussie dollar fell sharply yesterday on the back of disappointing jobs numbers, followed by weaker than anticipated activity data from China.

The NZ dollar saw the biggest currency move over the last 24 hours.

NAB’s Non-Rural Commodity Price Index is forecast to fall by 7.9% quarter on quarter in Q4 2019.

The US President offered nothing new about where trade talks are at and the markets little moved.

Sterling bounced higher today, shortly after GDP figures showed the UK had narrowly missed a recession.

The fact Trump wasn’t entirely keen on giving up existing tariffs hasn’t stopped investors from pushing equity prices higher.

Shares rose higher on further hope that trade talks with China will see a roll back in existing tariffs.

Market sentiment has done a complete U-turn.

With nothing concrete to go on, markets continue to factor-in optimism over the US-China trade talks.

Yesterday’s retail numbers showed Australians are cutting back on their shopping habits.

US equities hit new highs again on Friday.

The US Federal Reserve has cut interest rates as expected.

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