AUD/USD jumped, but froze in anticipation of important data from the US

Trading 11 oct 2019 Donner votre avis

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The AUD/USD pair was supported by positive news about a possible agreement between the US and China. Now all attention is paid to US inflation, these data will determine the pair's next direction. Bulls seem to have exhaled during European trading, allowing the AUD/USD pair to gain a foothold near the level of 0.6760. There is currently no reason for a major shift until markets receive US inflation data, which could strengthen the positive momentum ahead of key trade negotiations between the US and China. The highly profitable Aussie rebounded from a four-day low of 0.6710 and climbed nearly 45 pips in response to a Bloomberg report saying that the White House sees the signing of a previously agreed currency pact with China as part of a deal that could pave the way for a suspension tariff increases next week." The currency agreement will be followed by additional negotiations on key issues such as intellectual property and technology transfer, sources familiar with the matter told Bloomberg.

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In addition, the aussie benefited from the news that the White House plans to issue licenses that allow some US companies to supply certain goods to the Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei. These steps by the United States are likely to ease trade tensions between the US and China, as all attention will now be focused on the high-level trade negotiations to be held in Washington. The consumer price index in the United States is waiting not only for the markets, but also for the Fed to assess the prospects for a further increase in interest rates. Recall, earlier, the head of the Fed said in his speech that the regulator "remains dependent on these data against the backdrop of trade risks and global growth problems."

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