Bell FX Currency Outlook: Australian dollar softens despite positive Chinese data.
By Christine Gaylican | Jan 25 | IBTimes AU
Japan's currency hit a two and a half year low against the US dollar as investors bet BoJ will bow to new government pressure and add trillions in new stimulus.
By Martin Baccardax | Jan 14 | IBTimes UK
Bell FX Currency Outlook: The Australian Dollar is eyeing USD 1.0600 as the grind upwards continues.
By Christine Gaylican | Jan 11 | IBTimes AU
Risk assets lost ground in Friday's European session, only to recover in US trade on optimism that fiscal cliff negotiations are progressing after US politicians met at the White House. Further Greece concerns and disappointing US industrial production numbers had seen risk sold off in European and early US trade.
By Stan Shamu, Market Analyst | Nov 19 | IG Markets
Asian shares and commodities staged a mild recovery Tuesday, with stocks holding a touch above 2012 lows, as investors looked to European policymakers and the wider G7 to take decisive action to address the worsening euro zone crisis.
By Chikako Mogi | Jun 05 | Reuters UK
The value of the monetary unit of China dropped against the world's reserve currency on Tuesday
May 31 | iMoneywire
The Bank of Japan met during the 5/22 Asian session to discuss monetary policy. The market has been pricing in more stimulus even though Shirakawa had spoke again st it. The BoJ added 10 tillion yen to its asset purchase program last month to make it 40 trillion yen, but kept it there this month. The overnight lending rate was also left below 0.
By Fan Yang | May 23 | FX Times
Markets kept gains on Tuesday after reclaiming some ground to move off lows for the year the day before, as hopes grew that Europe would embark on fresh action to address its debt crisis while promoting growth.
By Chikako Mogi | May 22 | Reuters UK
The beginning of the week saw a sharp deterioration in sentiment as yields in span Italy surged and equities sold off sharply. However since then financial markets have gone into a correction phase and we've seen general positive risk appetite. Sentiment has been buoyed by comments from central bank officials from around the globe.
By Nick Nasad | Apr 12, 2012 | FX Times
This morning the Bank of Japan, in a short and direct statement maintained their current key lending rates and announced no new monetary policy.
Mar 13, 2012 | FXEmpire
Central banking has changed into a worldwide expansion industry. However it is not just the dimensions of balance sheets that are changed: so too have their composition. With rates close to nil, the U.S, U.K, Japanese and EU central banking institutions have pumped money into the monetary system.
Mar 09, 2012 | FXEmpire
Commodity currencies like the Australian dollar nursed heavy losses for a second session in Asia Wednesday, while the euro also looked wobbly as renewed worries about Greece hit a market already fretting over China's slower growth target.
Mar 07, 2012 | Reuters