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rival during Thursday’s Asian session from Reserve Bank of New Zealand Governor Graeme Wheeler. In Asian trading Thursday, NZD/USD fell 0.19% to 0.8253. The pair subsequently consolidated at 0.8269, edging up 0.18%. Earlier Wednesday, RBNZ opted to keep rates at a record low of 2.5%. However, that may not have been the biggest news pertaining to kiwi.
Chinas current account surplus fell from over 10% at its peak to 2.5% today. From June 2010, when China ended the yuans peg to the dollar, the currency has appreciated by 16% in inflation-adjusted terms. But now Chinese officials have resumed intervention on a large scale, the Treasury said. The evidence that China has resumed large-scale purchases of foreign exchange this year despite having accumulated $3.6 trillion in reserves, which are more than sufficient by any measure, is suggestive of actions that are impeding market determination and a currency that is significantly undervalued, the report concluded. The department said it would carefully monitor the pace of the yuans appreciation.
European banks under fire in global forex probe
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The second-quarter reading was revised down from a drop 0.6%. Analysts expected a third-quarter drop of 0.5%. USD/CHF inched up 0.01% to 0.8994 while USD/CAD nudged lower by 0.02% to 1.0478. AUD/USD rose 0.21% to 0.9505 after the Australian Bureau of Statistics said that Australian building approvals rose 14.4% last week after falling 1.6% in the previous week. Analysts expected the number to rise 2.7% last week. The prior week’s reading was revised up from a drop of 4.7%.
In Forex, numbers ending in 00 usually act as significant areas of support and resistance as well. The confluence of these two factors gave traders added confidence in a resumption of the trend. From the rebound on 10/2, NZDUSD did not disappoint as the bulls as price pushed up over 300 pips higher topping out at 0.8543 on 10/22. However, nothing moves in a straight line forever including NZDUSD. But after a 300 pip decline, NZDUSD has just rebounded from its 200-day simple moving average (0.8177) and prior round number support at 0.8200. This setup could be a replay of the 10/2 rally and the 200-day simple moving average is about 80 pips away with the old 9/19 high at 0.8434 is 182 pips away.
Barclays and UBS also said they are conducting internal reviews of their forex trading businesses. A fourth bank, Royal Bank of Scotland ( RBS ), says it is “considering processes around the benchmark service.” This group represents some of the biggest participants in the international foreign exchange market. London is the world’s largest currency trading hub. Related: U.K. joins currency manipulation probe Authorities in Europe and Asia revealed earlier this month they are on the hunt for evidence that banks may have tried to rig exchange rates.