Australia_RBA_2604

Central Bankers around the world managed to spike market volatility last week as they sent a clear message to the market about their future policies. It looks like the Central Bankers are on the same page once again. Most of them stated that the easy monetary policy era is coming to an end. This has led to a notable decline in global indices un...

2017-07-03 Nour Eldeen Al-Hammoury Read more
forex australia_RBA

Earlier this morning, the Reserve Bank of Australia decided to keep the current policy unchanged, including the Cash Rate which remained at a record low at 1.5% as widely expected. However, the statement showed a balanced tone, which kept the market uncertain regarding the next decisions, leading to a slight gain in AUD pairs, which remains pos...

2017-07-26 Nour Eldeen Al-Hammoury Read more
RBA

The Reserve Bank of Australia decided to keep the current policy unchanged in its meeting earlier today at 1.5% as widely expected, despite the fact that the Labour Market in Australia is showing clear signs of slowing down over the past three months. However, the Aussie continued to decline back and slipped below 0.7450. In today’s article, we ...

2016-12-06 Nour Eldeen Al-Hammoury Read more
Kuroda BoJ

The significant move in global markets at the end of last week was due to the latest developments in the US regarding Hillary Clinton's email investigation. The market is bracing for many economic releases and events this week, which are likely to have a significant impact on the markets ahead of the US elections. We must also keep in mind that ...

2016-10-31 Nour Eldeen Al-Hammoury Read more
Australian dollar

During the Asian session today, all eyes were on inflation figures from Australia which, unlike other nations, publishes inflation data on a quarterly rather than monthly basis. Today’s figures showed a positive surprise, which sent the Aussie higher across the board. Why? And what do we know? The answers are below. Definition Consumer Price ...

2016-10-26 Nour Eldeen Al-Hammoury Read more