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18th Apr 19, 7:55am
Little pulse across global equities and bond markets; currency markets have showed little movement overnight, while the NZD remains at the bottom of the pack after yesterday’s downside miss to the CPI
Little pulse across global equities and bond markets; currency markets have showed little movement overnight, while the NZD remains at the bottom of the pack after yesterday’s downside miss to the CPI
18th Apr 19, 7:55am
17th Apr 19, 7:40am
US Treasury rates continue to trend higher and the 10-year rate is now back to levels preceding the last Fed meeting; AUD has recovered yesterday’s losses to trade flat, while the NZD remains flat
US Treasury rates continue to trend higher and the 10-year rate is now back to levels preceding the last Fed meeting; AUD has recovered yesterday’s losses to trade flat, while the NZD remains flat
17th Apr 19, 7:40am
16th Apr 19, 8:15am
US equities have spent much of the session in negative territory and are currently slightly lower, US Treasuries have traded in a narrow range and the NZD and AUD are little changed from where they began the week
US equities have spent much of the session in negative territory and are currently slightly lower, US Treasuries have traded in a narrow range and the NZD and AUD are little changed from where they began the week
16th Apr 19, 8:15am
15th Apr 19, 8:12am
Commodity currencies outperform, alongside higher global equities and rates; the whole of last week was “low vol” for the NZD; AUD slightly outperformed the NZD
Commodity currencies outperform, alongside higher global equities and rates; the whole of last week was “low vol” for the NZD; AUD slightly outperformed the NZD
15th Apr 19, 8:12am
12th Apr 19, 7:46am
USD has strengthened across the board, taking the NZD down to its recent lows in the process; implied volatility across a number of asset classes is at historically low levels
USD has strengthened across the board, taking the NZD down to its recent lows in the process; implied volatility across a number of asset classes is at historically low levels
12th Apr 19, 7:46am
11th Apr 19, 8:08am
Global rates lower overnight, although they have recovered marginally over the past hour after the release of the FOMC minutes; equity markets are unchanged to slightly higher while the USD is weaker; AUD has outperformed
Global rates lower overnight, although they have recovered marginally over the past hour after the release of the FOMC minutes; equity markets are unchanged to slightly higher while the USD is weaker; AUD has outperformed
11th Apr 19, 8:08am
10th Apr 19, 7:59am
Equities and bond yields have fallen and the JPY outperforming overnight; NZD is unchanged from this time yesterday, at 0.6740; EU is likely to reject Theresa May’s request for a short extension
Equities and bond yields have fallen and the JPY outperforming overnight; NZD is unchanged from this time yesterday, at 0.6740; EU is likely to reject Theresa May’s request for a short extension
10th Apr 19, 7:59am
9th Apr 19, 8:11am
US equities markets are little changed while bond yields have nudged higher, the latter supported by a further rise in oil prices; USD has weakened across the board, although the NZD has underperformed and is up only modestly
US equities markets are little changed while bond yields have nudged higher, the latter supported by a further rise in oil prices; USD has weakened across the board, although the NZD has underperformed and is up only modestly
9th Apr 19, 8:11am
8th Apr 19, 8:34am
S&P500 ended the week within touching distance of its all-time highs, while bond yields fell modestly; currency moves were contained, although the NZD was the worst performer on Friday
S&P500 ended the week within touching distance of its all-time highs, while bond yields fell modestly; currency moves were contained, although the NZD was the worst performer on Friday
8th Apr 19, 8:34am
5th Apr 19, 8:08am
Within the mix of little overall price action, there’s some unexplainable weakness in the NZD following some weird rates activity yesterday; US 10-year Treasury rate has traded a tight 2.49-2.52% range
Within the mix of little overall price action, there’s some unexplainable weakness in the NZD following some weird rates activity yesterday; US 10-year Treasury rate has traded a tight 2.49-2.52% range
5th Apr 19, 8:08am
4th Apr 19, 8:30am
Positive economic and US-China trade talk news sees risk appetite improve, driving equities and global rates higher; NZD and AUD have pushed on higher against a backdrop of a weaker USD
Positive economic and US-China trade talk news sees risk appetite improve, driving equities and global rates higher; NZD and AUD have pushed on higher against a backdrop of a weaker USD
4th Apr 19, 8:30am
3rd Apr 19, 7:36am
US equities are flat to lower and US Treasury rates have steadied after the significant sell-off yesterday; NZD, AUD and CAD are all weaker
US equities are flat to lower and US Treasury rates have steadied after the significant sell-off yesterday; NZD, AUD and CAD are all weaker
3rd Apr 19, 7:36am
2nd Apr 19, 8:26am
Stronger US ISM data have driven a significant sell-off in US Treasuries, but that hasn’t perturbed equity markets, which show decent gains; NZD is little changed from last week’s close, while GBP is recovering as a super-soft Brexit comes into play
Stronger US ISM data have driven a significant sell-off in US Treasuries, but that hasn’t perturbed equity markets, which show decent gains; NZD is little changed from last week’s close, while GBP is recovering as a super-soft Brexit comes into play
2nd Apr 19, 8:26am
1st Apr 19, 8:07am
Higher risk appetite driving global equities higher while US Treasury yields ended slightly higher; currency movements weren’t significant, although commodity currencies headed the leaderboard, while Brexit uncertainty continued to weigh on GBP
Higher risk appetite driving global equities higher while US Treasury yields ended slightly higher; currency movements weren’t significant, although commodity currencies headed the leaderboard, while Brexit uncertainty continued to weigh on GBP
1st Apr 19, 8:07am
29th Mar 19, 8:06am
US equities and bond yields are slightly higher overnight; most currencies are little changed, with the exception of the GBP, which has remained under pressure; NZD is hovering just below 0.68
US equities and bond yields are slightly higher overnight; most currencies are little changed, with the exception of the GBP, which has remained under pressure; NZD is hovering just below 0.68
29th Mar 19, 8:06am
28th Mar 19, 8:09am
Market remains in an anxious state about the global economic outlook, which sees downward pressure on equity markets and global rates; NZD 1.6% lower; GBP is bid; AUD is under pressure
Market remains in an anxious state about the global economic outlook, which sees downward pressure on equity markets and global rates; NZD 1.6% lower; GBP is bid; AUD is under pressure
28th Mar 19, 8:09am
27th Mar 19, 7:53am
US equities and bond yields have moved modestly higher; currency market moves have been reasonably subdued, although the GBP has strengthened slightly; NZD has consolidated
US equities and bond yields have moved modestly higher; currency market moves have been reasonably subdued, although the GBP has strengthened slightly; NZD has consolidated
27th Mar 19, 7:53am
25th Mar 19, 7:58am
Much weaker German PMI survey increased concerns about the global economy; US equities were down sharply; US bond yields moved significantly lower; NZD was a bystander to the volatility in markets elsewhere
Much weaker German PMI survey increased concerns about the global economy; US equities were down sharply; US bond yields moved significantly lower; NZD was a bystander to the volatility in markets elsewhere
25th Mar 19, 7:58am
22nd Mar 19, 8:10am
US equity markets have lifted, while bond yields have consolidated yesterday’s drop after testing even lower levels; US dollar has recovered with major indices back to where they were pre-Fed; NZD pushed above 0.6900
US equity markets have lifted, while bond yields have consolidated yesterday’s drop after testing even lower levels; US dollar has recovered with major indices back to where they were pre-Fed; NZD pushed above 0.6900
22nd Mar 19, 8:10am
21st Mar 19, 8:09am
A dovish FOMC statement indicated the Fed does not intend to raise rates this year; NZD has broken through 0.69 after the FOMC meeting; NZ’s 10 year swap rate closed at a fresh, record low of 2.3275% yesterday
A dovish FOMC statement indicated the Fed does not intend to raise rates this year; NZD has broken through 0.69 after the FOMC meeting; NZ’s 10 year swap rate closed at a fresh, record low of 2.3275% yesterday
21st Mar 19, 8:09am

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