2012-05-30T23:05:59+0000

All|Asia Pacific

emerging markets

Sean Lee

3 Comments

  1. hi sean,

    off topic

    been short usd/nzd for a couple cents now. Whats your take on this pair currently? always value your opinion

  2. Hi Will, my opinion on the kiwi shouldn’t be too valuable, maybe as a reverse indicator as I usually get it wrong :) EUR/NZD likely to keep going lower imho and AUD/NZD looks to have topped out again above 130, so the NZD should find some support on the crosses. Against the currently rampant USD, the story is a bit different, with rally-selling still the obvious play. But when the NZD is starting to make gains on the crosses, then there will certainly be semi-occasional sharp rallies against the USD. Hope that makes sense?

  3. youre the man. noted.

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