US futures trade higher after a batch of solid economic data. Positive risk sentiment are lifting commodity currencies in general, in particular Aussie. Dollar and Yen are turning softer while European majors are mixed, with Euro lagging behind. In the weekly picture, while Aussie is still the strongest, Dollar and Yen are the weakest. Euro
Australian Dollar rises broadly today after strong CPI data supports continuation of tightening by RBA. On the other hand, New Zealand CPI didn’t accelerate as RBNZ projected, and markets are lowering their expectation on the terminal rate. Kiwi, thus falls broadly. Canadian Dollar is firm as focus turns to BoC rate decision, where a final
Gold price fell Rs 198 to Rs 56,972 per 10 gram in the national capital on Wednesday amid weak global trends, according to HDFC Securities. The precious metal had settled at Rs 57,170 per 10 gram in the previous trade. Silver also declined Rs 270 to Rs 68,625 per kilogram. “Spot gold price in the
Australian Dollar remains the strongest one for today, maintaining most of post-CPI gains. But Yen is catching up with broad based recovery. Euro softens despite improvement in German business climate, and Sterling is trading lower too, while Kiwi stays as the worst. Dollar and Canadian are mixed awaiting BoC rate decision. Technically, EUR/CHF is worth