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Consolidation on AUD/NZD Around 1.0895

The Australian versus the New Zealand dollar currency pair seems to have entered a consolidative phase. Are the bears going to attempt a shift in the market direction?

Bears to Take Over AUD/NZD After Rally Above 1.0895?

The Australian versus the New Zealand dollar currency pair printed a rally that might be just too tempting for the bears. Or isn’t it so?

Bears Letting Go to AUD/NZD After Fall from 1.0800?

The Australian versus the New Zealand dollar currency pair seems to be determined to disallow the bears to further go about their plans.

Bulls Back on AUD/NZD from 1.0707?

The Australian versus the New Zealand dollar currency pair seems to be rotated by the bulls. Is this really so?

Australian Dollar Trims NFP-Induced Losses

The Australian dollar has been moving lower throughout Friday’s trading session and dipped sharply after the release of US nonfarm payrolls. But by now, the Aussie has trimmed losses versus its rivals and even tried to log small gains against some of them, though failed, at least at the time of writing. Macroeconomic data in Australia itself was mixed.

Bulls Targeting 1.0826 on AUD/NZD?

The Australian versus the New Zealand dollar currency pair seems to have been taken by from the bearish hands. Will the bulls be able to maintain the momentum?

Bears Took Over on AUD/NZD from 1.0826?

The Australian versus the New Zealand dollar currency pair seems to be in a spot to the bearish liking. Are the bulls taking a pause?

Australian Dollar Strong After Fitch Maintains Credit Rating

The Australian dollar was among the strongest currencies on the Forex market today, rising against all other most-traded currencies except for the New Zealand dollar. That said, the Aussie has lost its gains versus the euro at the time of writing and has been retreating from day’s highs against several others.

New Zealand PPI Data Positive, NZ Dollar Among Strongest

Commodity currencies were among the strongest on the Forex market during Friday’s trading, with the New Zealand dollar outperforming all other most-traded counterparts, except for the Australian dollar. Domestic macroeconomic data released overnight was largely positive but did not give the New Zealand currency a noticeable boost.

Australian Dollar Starts Trading Weak, Races to Top Later

The Australian dollar started today’s trading weak against the US dollar and other most-traded currencies, though not all of them. In particular, the Aussie managed to gain on the Swiss franc and to reverse yesterday’s losses versus the New Zealand dollar. But at the time of writing, the Aussie not just managed to rebound to the opening level, it has been trading as one of the strongest currencies on the Forex market.

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