House Prices — News Archive


Aussie Higher vs. Greenback & Euro After RBA Minutes

The Australian dollar was mildly higher against its US counterpart and the euro after the minutes released by the Reserve Bank of Australia showed that the central bank was not in a hurry to cut interest rates further.

Aussie Finds Help of House Prices & Stevens’ Speech

The Australian dollar gained against the US dollar and the euro today after the release of housing prices data and the speech of central bank chief.

Pound Mixed After UK Data Disappoints

The Great Britain pound fell against the euro today due to poor UK economic data and fears of the Brexit. Nevertheless, the sterling was able to gain on such major rivals as the US dollar and the Japanese yen.

Australian Dollar Higher After Economic Data & RBA Minutes

The Australian dollar ticked up a little against the US dollar and the Japanese yen today, lifted by positive domestic macroeconomic data and minutes of the latest central bank’s meeting.

Aussie Fails to Rally Despite Help from Australian HPI

The Australian dollar attempted to rally on the back of positive domestic housing data but failed. The currency dropped versus the US dollar and slumped 1 percent against the Japanese yen.

Sterling Suffers from Falling House Prices in United Kingdom

The Great Britain pound was hurt by today’s economic data that showed a decline of house prices in the United Kingdom this month. Yet not all the news was negative for the currency.

Pound’s Rally Losing Steam

The Great Britain pound is struggling against other major currencies today. While the outlook for the Bank of England’s monetary policy remains very supportive for the currency, it looks like the last week’s rally is losing steam.

Australian Dollar Avoids Impact of Negative Domestic Data

The Australian dollar held steady against its US counterpart and managed to gain on the Japanese yen today even though economic data from Australia was not particularly supportive to the currency.

Great Britain Pound Dips as Greek Talks Fails

The Great Britain pound dipped against the US dollar and erased its earlier gains versus the Japanese yen today as traders have flocked to safer currencies after the weekend talks between Greece and its creditors had failed.

Detrimental Fundamentals Don’t Deter Pound from Rising

Lately, macroeconomic fundamentals were detrimental to the Great Britain pound, but that did not prevent the currency from ending Friday with gains. In fact, the sterling reached the highest level since September 2008 against the Japanese yen.