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It’s as though there’s been some positive news behind all this action, but what?

A wave of positivity seems to have hit the markets.

The RBA sees Australian QE as unlikely in the near term. Read our analysis.

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A wave of positivity seems to have hit the markets.

The RBA sees Australian QE as unlikely in the near term. Read our analysis.

The surprise news on Friday were reports that the German government might relax some of its spending rules to splash out and prevent a recession.

An ECB Governing Council member suggests markets hadn’t priced in the extent of the stimulus measures coming next month.

In this month’s FX Podcast, Ray Attrill and Phil Dobbie discuss NAB’s revised outlook for the AUD.

There’s been a sharp turnaround in market sentiment as the US announced delays to the extra tariffs on Chinese imports for certain consumer-sensitive products.

The RBA thinks the economy may be at a “gentle turning point” underpinned by their optimism for mining investment. The Weekly analyses.

After making a high of 0.7081 on July 19th it was pretty much one-way traffic south for AUD/USD from then until month end.

There’s a continued risk-off mood in the markets today, not helped by protestors forcing the closure of Hong Kong Airport and a surprise defeat of Argentina’s President Macri in primary elections at the weekend.

The US President hinted that a resumption of trade talks with China wasn’t a done deal, adding uncertainty in an already shaky market.

Are the markets more concerned about the relative strength of the Chinese currency than they are about tariffs?

It’s been a hectic 24 hours, with shares falling them climbing back, with bond yields doing the same.

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