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Canadian Dollar Continues Rally on Higher Auto Sales

The Canadian dollar is continuing its tear on Tuesday as the loonie was lifted against major currency rivals on strong automobile sales. The dollar’s gains were capped by disappointing manufacturing numbers, which could signal a cooling economy. Investors will now look ahead to inflation and retail receipts this week.

Australian Dollar Opens Sharply Higher, Continues to Rise After

The Australian dollar opened sharply higher today compared to the Friday’s close and continued to move up versus most major currencies afterwards. While domestic macroeconomic data was not particularly good, the currency paid more attention to extremely positive reports in China, Australia’s biggest trading partner.

NZ Dollar Stable Despite Deteriorating Consumer Sentiment

The New Zealand business confidence deteriorated this month, and the outlook was rather pessimistic. Yet surprisingly, the New Zealand dollar held its ground versus most-traded rivals, even gaining on European currencies like the euro and the Swiss franc.

Aussie Stands Ground in Face of Adverse Fundamentals

Macroeconomic reports released during the Tuesday’s trading session did not paint a positive picture of Australia’s economy. Yet that did not prevent the Aussie from standing ground, avoiding losses, most likely due to mild risk appetite on the Forex market.

NZ Dollar Weak amid Risk Aversion, Mixed Data

The New Zealand dollar fell on Thursday amid risk aversion and mixed macroeconomic reports.

Euro Recovers From Yearly Lows on Trade Optimism and US Politics

The euro today dropped to new 2019 lows against the US dollar in the early European session as the selling pressure on the single currency mounted. The pair reversed its losses later in the session as investor sentiment shifted and the US dollar gave up some of its earlier gains.

Australian Dollar Rallies After CPI Beats Expectations

The Australian dollar rallied today against most-traded peers thanks to the inflation print that came out slightly above expectations.

Economic Data in China & New Zealand Poor, NZ Dollar Declines

The New Zealand dollar fell today due to disappointing macroeconomic reports in China. New Zealand’s own economic data released overnight was not particularly good as well, though it improved compared to the previous reporting periods.

Canadian Dollar Mixed After Macroeconomic Reports

The Canadian dollar was mixed today, falling versus safe currencies, like the US dollar and the Japanese yen, but trading flat or even rising against others. Domestic macroeconomic reports did not help the currency to find direction as they were mixed themselves.

NZ Dollar Rises Sharply After Business Confidence Improves

The New Zealand dollar rose sharply today after a report showed that the business confidence improved this month, though remained negative.

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