Friday, 9 November 2012

Daily Morning Report 09/11/2012 | Forex Trading Analysis

The Australian Dollar is trying a comeback after China's CPI print came at 1.7%, when a 1.9% was the consensus, and 5.5% was the number for Oct last year. Local share markets and SP500 futures are correspondingly having some relief rally after heavy losses in last 2 days.
The Bank of England decided not to increase the asset purchase target in November, although the spending on the stimulus measure is expected to be finished by the end of the month. The asset purchase target was kept at 375 billion Pounds; the interest rate was also kept at 0.50%.
The U.S. trade deficit unexpectedly narrowed in September to its smallest gap since December 2010, as exports rose to a record high. The U.S. Department of Commerce reported that the trade deficit shrank by 5.1 percent to $41.5 billion in September from $43.8 billion in August.

French Finance Minister Moscovici said he expects France to maintain a 0.8% growth target for 2013. He also said that it’s crucial to reach an accord on the Greek debt deal. Greek PM Samaras just accomplished to pass the austerity measure in the Greek parliament; the austerity measure is meant to win the approval for the next round of bailout funds. 

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