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Australia, NZ dollars steady, but poised for weekly losses

Australia, NZ dollars steady, but poised for weekly losses By Stella Qiu SYDNEY, April 12 (Reuters) - The Australian and New Zealand dollars held overnight gains on Friday, although they were still set for weekly losses after an upside surprise in U.S. inflation fuelled doubts about rate cuts abroad and at home. The Aussie AUD=D3 hovered around $0.6539, having bounced 0.4% overnight to as high as $0.6553. It, however, met resistance at the 200-day moving average of $0.6543 and is set for a weekl
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Australian dollar slumps, bond yields jump as cut bets push towards 2025

Australian dollar slumps, bond yields jump as cut bets push towards 2025 By Stella Qiu SYDNEY, April 11 (Reuters) - The Australian and New Zealand dollars were robbed of upward momentum on Thursday after another upside surprise in U.S. inflation pushed up Treasury yields and triggered heavy losses for local bonds. Investors reacted by slashing bets of the expected Federal Reserve easing this year to just 42 basis points, equivalent to less than two rate cuts, a sea change compared with about six
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ECB poses bigger risk to EUR/USD than US CPI, options say

BUZZ-COMMENT-ECB poses bigger risk to EUR/USD than US CPI, options say April 10 (Reuters) - FX option pricing suggests that Thursday's European Central Bank policy announcement is deemed more likely to ignite EUR/USD volatility than Wednesday's U.S. CPI data. The FX volatility on which options thrive is an unknown yet key parameter of the premium, so dealers use implied volatility - their best guess.
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New Zealand dollar pops higher as RBNZ holds the line

New Zealand dollar pops higher as RBNZ holds the line SYDNEY, April 10 (Reuters) - The New Zealand dollar climbed to a three-week high on Wednesday as its central bank reiterated policy needs to be restrictive for an extended period after holding rates steady, a result that sent the kiwi higher on its Australian cousin. The kiwi dollar NZD=D3 scaled an intraday high of $0.6077 before running into selling pressures and was last at $0.6069. It is battling sellers as resistance remains heavy at the
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Australian dollar holds onto gains, kiwi counts down to RBNZ

Australian dollar holds onto gains, kiwi counts down to RBNZ SYDNEY, April 9 (Reuters) - The Australian dollar held overnight gains on Tuesday, helped by higher iron ore prices and carry demand against the yen, while the kiwi hit a two-week high ahead of the Reserve Bank of New Zealand's policy meeting this week. The Aussie AUD=D3 was steady at $0.6608, after gaining 0.4% overnight to close above the 66 cent level for the first time in four weeks.
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