Tag Archive: AUD GOVERNMENT BONDS

Australia In Focus : Australia’s Golden Week Too

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2 year low in the ASX but the AUDUSD stayed out of trouble and avoided breaking a new 6Y low after its 0.6896 earlier this month. It would be difficult to say if… Continue reading

Australia Focus : Not Exactly Ideal

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Biggest positive for the week would be the China – Australia FTA on 17 June to knock off the big drop in iron ore prices again. “Australian businesses currently face charges of up… Continue reading

AUSTRALIA FOCUS : HAPPY SHOPPING

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We are pretty close to the 6 year low of 0.7533 set on 3 April in the AUDUSD despite closing the week relatively unchanged and shorts are building up again as the RBA… Continue reading

AUSTRALIA IN FOCUS : A TRIBUTE TO MOUNT EVEREST

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A cheeky interpretation of the AUDUSD chart for the week as a solemn tribute to the devastation in Nepal. And my eagle eyes tell me that the candlestick on 28 April is the… Continue reading

Australia In Focus : Outsourced To The World

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  A big apology for the updates because I just discovered that the 1wk change number for iron ore has not been updating. The problem has been fixed. The Australian dollar is not… Continue reading

Australia Focus : The Aboriginal Walkabout

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The Walkabout defined by Merriam Webster. “a short period of wandering bush life engaged in by an Australian Aborigine as an occasional interruption of regular work”¬† http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Walkabout   My dad uses the word… Continue reading

International Focus : Australia and China

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Continued rumblings in the China growth story as FDI falls 17% and borrowings continue to soar with Beijing becoming the 8th region to issue their own local government bonds for CNY 10.5 billion… Continue reading

International Bonds Weekly : Australia and China

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Top tiered Chinese banks will hit the domestic bond market for US 21 bio in Basel 3 compliant sub debt as loan growth slowed dramatically. Most analysts are unwilling to relinquish their risk… Continue reading

International Bonds Weekly : Kangaroos and Panda Bears

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China is probably the only place making sense as yields rose on the week after a GDP number that was above¬† expectations at 7.5%, beating the previous quarter’s growth rate of 7.4% yoy,… Continue reading

International Bonds Weekly : Kangaroos and Panda Bears

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Some heat taken off China and the USDCNY(H) this week, on account of the attention given to US and Europe, allowing a melange of new issues (mostly not listed) including the double digit… Continue reading