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A note on Chinese real estate concerns – Aussie seems the play on the FX side

Click here to view the PDF Version26 Aug 2014Quotable“If you try to change it, you will ruin it. Try to hold it, and you will lose it.”― Lao Tzu, Tao Te ChingCommentary & AnalysisA note on Chinese real estate concerns – Aussie seems the play on the FX sideAs you probably know, real estate prices

Aussie Dollar, Chinese Yuan Slip on Disappointing Chinese PMI Report

DailyFX.com – Talking Points: HBSC China Manufacturing PMI 50.3 for August vs. 51.5 Expected, 51.7 in July China’s Manufacturing Sector Recorded the Slowest Expansion in Three Months Aussie Dollar and Chinese Yuan Fall After Soft PMI Data Disappointed Investors The Chinese Yuan fell after HBSC reported its preliminary Chinese Manufacturing PMI figure for August. The

Yuan, Aussie Dollar Rise as HSBC Reports Strong Chinese PMI Figures

DailyFX.com – Talking Points: HSBC China Manufacturing PMI for July Comes in at 52.0 vs. 51.0 Expected, 50.7 Prior China’s Factory Sector Grew for 2nd Consecutive Month After a Soft First Half of 2014 The Chinese Yuan (CNH) And The Australian Dollar Rose After the PMI Data Release The Chinese Yuan and the Australian Dollar
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FX & Equities: Aussie Lower on Employment & Chinese Data

Aussie spiked higher immediately following the release of the June employment data (see table below) as the market reacted to the headline number which showed a larger-than-expected +15.9K gain. AUD/USD, which had been trading around 0.9425 prior to the release, jumped to make session highs of 0.9459 before reversing course and plummeting lower as traders reacted
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Aussie Dollar Gains as Business Confidence Firms, Boosting RBA Outlook

DailyFX.com – Talking Points: • NAB Business Confidence comes in at 8; Prior month 7 • NAB Business Outlook comes in at 2; Prior month -1 • Aussie Dollar appreciates against the US Dollar The Australian Dollar traded higher against its US counterpart as National Australia Bank (NAB) reported its Business Confidence Index and Business
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