Top Foreign Holders of U.S. Debt – Forex opportunities

According to the U.S. Treasury here is a list of the highest holders in volume of U.S. Debt: JAPAN $1.2245T CHINA $1.223.7T CARIBBEAN $351B BELGIUM $345B OPEC $297B BRAZIL $260B It is not surprising that the two largest nations here have been attempting to lower their currency value vigorously as to increase their debt value […]

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2015 Outlook on Currencies

2015 saw a bullish market on the USD rates with Janet Yellen being tipped across the range to increase interest rates in Q1. Official minutes however made a clear indication that this is not the case at least until April. The major SP500 started with losses on major downs on the commodity pricing changes with […]

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RBA – how the conversation changed to lower rates ahead now?

For months on end we have heard the RBA gang talk about how an interest hike is ahead and how low the AUD should fall for a level of comfort.

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Market Alert: Australian Dollar at record lows before Unemployment Data

The Australia Dollar has seen better days but this is all to the delight of the RBA who wants to squeeze the AUDUSD closer to the .80 mark by the end of the year.

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BoJ Cautious as JPY weakens on Q2 GDP release

Q2 GDP numbers came in at 1.7% and failed to meet expectations by .1%. The sales tax hike has had a definite impact on consumption as Bank of Japan’s board members are taking a more conservative growth outlook towards fiscal indicators for 2015 aiming at a 2% CPI. The BoJ retained its policies and targets […]

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