March 14th, 2012 15:42:00 GMT.

The anti-antipodean trade is on

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AUD and NZD are caught in the crossfire today and slumping badly. AUD has taken another leg down after EUR/AUD broke above 1.24800; NZD/USD stops have been triggered after a fall below 81, to a five-week low. AUD/USD bids are … Continue reading

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March 14th, 2012 15:21:50 GMT.

Crude nosedives

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Everything about today’s trading points to massive shifts in asset allocations. Crude has spiked to a US high of $107 to a daily low of $105.90 in a matter of minutes. The US dollar is universally bid.

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March 14th, 2012 15:10:50 GMT.

Euro falls below 1.3030

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Session lows as waves of speculative trading hit USD/CHF, EUR/CHF and EUR/USD. Medium demand is seen down to 1.3020 with barriers at 1.3000.

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March 14th, 2012 15:03:26 GMT.

I’m a EUR/CHF bull but…

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I’m taking profits on EUR/CHF longs here. The SNB can come out tomorrow and say just about anything but unless they hike the peg, it’s hard to see this pair going higher. The market is so long that any upside … Continue reading

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March 14th, 2012 14:17:12 GMT.

US dollar uber alles

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The Greenback is getting a major lift from higher US yields across the board. US 10-year note yields are up against their 200-day moving average and are up roughly 20 bp from the beginning of the week. The gains in … Continue reading

2012-03-14T14:17:12+0000

March 14th, 2012 14:01:47 GMT.

Bernanke: This is a recording

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Makes comments in a recorded video in Nashville “Frustratingly slow” US growth impedes lending Some signs of economic improvement Community banks face difficult challenges Full text here

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