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With the euro zone's debt crisis threatening to tear the bloc apart, Germany is pushing its partners for precisely the kind of giant leap forward in fiscal integration that the now-departed European Central Bank president had in mind. After falling short with her "fiscal compact" on budget discipline, German Chancellor Angela Merkel is pressing for much more ambitious measures, including a central authority to manage euro area finances, and major new powers for the European Commission, European Parliament and European Court of Justice. She is also seeking a coordinated European approach to reforming labor markets, social security systems and tax policies, German officials say. The goal is for EU leaders to agree to develop a road map to "fiscal union" at a June 28-29 EU summit, where top European officials including European Council President Herman Van Rompuy will present a set of initial proposals Asian shares tumbled on Monday, pushing the broader Tokyo market to a 28-year low, as investors extended a rout of global stocks and worried about a nightmare scenario of euro-zone breakup, U.S. economic relapse and a sharp slowdown in China. Investors continued to head for the relative safety of bonds after weak U.S. jobs data on Friday sparked a global stampede out of equities and hit the euro and some risky currencies hard. The euro and the Australian dollar, which is closely linked to risk appetite, staged only meek recoveries from their battering on Friday when the Australian currency hit eight-month lows. The yen, perceived as a safer currency in times of crisis, retreated from its highs against the dollar. U.S. and German government bond yields had both hit record lows on Friday. Stock index futures slid on Sunday in electronic trading after Friday's selloff, the biggest percentage drop for the year for stocks, as worries over the deepening euro zone debt crisis threaten to extend recent market weakness. The euro edged back towards a two-year low against the dollar on Monday, failing to hold the previous session's gains as concerns over the euro zone overcame hopes for more fiscal stimulus in the wake of a grim U.S. jobs report. More light on potential monetary stimulus is expected on Thursday, when the Fed chief Ben Bernanke testifies before a congressional committee about the U.S. economy. The euro's sell-off intensified after Spain's borrowing costs spiked on jitters it may need to issue more bonds to bolster ailing banks, putting more stress on markets already anxious that Greece may exit the euro zone.
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1623.6 1560.3 1629.7 1546.3
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Spot Price 1st June 2012
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1.5354 1.5406 1.5438 1.5267
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Tokyo hits 28-year low amid global rout Asian shares tumbled on Monday. data followed poor Chinese manufacturing data and dismal European reports on factory activity.000 jobs added to payrolls last month.99 against the euro.Fundamental in Focus Europe mulls major step towards "fiscal union" When Jean-Claude Trichet called last June for the creation of a European finance ministry with power over national budgets.2410 on Monday. German Chancellor Angela Merkel is pressing for much more ambitious measures. 49. European Parliament and European Court of Justice. as investors extended a rout of global stocks and worried about a nightmare scenario of euro-zone breakup. After falling short with her "fiscal compact" on budget discipline. "The fundamental question is relatively simple. with the euro zone's debt crisis threatening to tear the bloc apart. as worries over the deepening euro zone debt crisis threaten to extend recent market weakness. U. The debt crisis and subsequent austerity measures have severely curtailed growth in the euro zone. including a timetable for overhauling EU treaties. The weak U. She is also seeking a coordinated European approach to reforming labor markets. It stood at 96. staged only meek recoveries from their battering on Friday when the Australian currency hit eight-month lows. Stock futures dip after Friday's big selloff Stock index futures slid on Sunday in electronic trading after Friday's selloff. the idea seemed fanciful. the biggest percentage drop for the year for stocks. including a central authority to manage euro area finances. for clues on their responses to vulnerable global growth. Investors continued to head for the relative safety of bonds after weak U. if it ever came to be. Germany is pushing its partners for precisely the kind of giant leap forward in fiscal integration that the now-departed European Central Bank president had in mind. Do our partners really want more Europe.2288. or do they just want more German money?" a government official in Berlin said.65 yen hit on Friday.S. The euro was at $1. which is closely linked to risk appetite. after climbing to its highest since December 2000 of around 95.steps Berlin says could only come in a second wave. job growth braked sharply for a third straight month in May and the jobless rate rose for the first time in nearly a year. retreated from its highs against the dollar. The euro and the Australian dollar. where top European officials including European Council President Herman Van Rompuy will present a set of initial proposals. the officials say Berlin will refuse to consider other initiatives like joint euro zone bonds or a "banking union" with cross-border deposit guarantees . German officials say. a distant dream that would take years or even decades to realize. several European sources have told Reuters. jobs data on Friday sparked a global stampede out of equities and hit the euro and some risky currencies hard. with 69. Asia stocks tumble. Analysts said the flight to bonds was expected to continue until clarity emerged on issues such as the outcome of Greek elections due on June 17 and the recapitalization of European banks. Markets had already been on edge over the deepening euro-zone crisis. U. and German government bond yields had both hit record lows on Friday. including the European Central Bank on Wednesday and Bank of England on Thursday. with large economies including Spain and Italy struggling to reduce their debt load while instituting big structural changes in their economies. and major new powers for the European Commission. Until states agree to these steps and the unprecedented loss of sovereignty they involve. The yen.59 yen on Friday.S. The yen stood at 78.000 fewer jobs were created in the previous two months than had been thought. dollar on Monday. off a 3-1/2 month high of 77.18 yen against the U. One year later. As well. a step Berlin sees as vital for setting closer integration in stone. U. .S. social security systems and tax policies.S. perceived as a safer currency in times of crisis. now in the shadow of a Spanish banking crisis.S. pushing the broader Tokyo market to a 28-year low.S. economic relapse and a sharp slowdown in China. European countries would then put the meat on the bones of the plan in the second half of 2012. Analysts are closely watching several monetary policy meetings due this week. The goal is for EU leaders to agree to develop a road map to "fiscal union" at a June 28-29 EU summit. recovering from Friday's low of $1. the least since May last year.
the euro zone's largest economy. The euro's sell-off intensified after Spain's borrowing costs spiked on jitters it may need to issue more bonds to bolster ailing banks. jobs data fuelled speculation about further monetary easing and burnished gold's appeal as a hedge against inflation. But last week. but warned there could be bouts of shortcovering. however. The euro slid 0.Fundamental in Focus Germany. failing to hold the previous session's gains as concerns over the euro zone overcame hopes for more fiscal stimulus in the wake of a grim U. the euro zone is poised to dominate the agenda. employment data added to the gloom over the global economy. Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke when he testifies before lawmakers on Thursday. the CFTC data also showed. Until then. when the Fed chief Ben Bernanke testifies before a congressional committee about the U.S. Chinese factories add to growth fears Europe's debt crisis has frayed nerves around the world for months. the lowest since November 2008.S. U. which saw the single currency drop some 6 percent last month. The surprisingly weak U. after rallying 3.the highest on record. economy.S. dollar rose to their highest since at least mid-2008. data Gold edged lower on Monday after posting its biggest rally in more than three years in the previous session. Now signs of weakness in the U.S. A dark cloud will hang over U. For now. jobs market and in Chinese factory output give policymakers even more reason to be afraid. The jobs data suggested the euro zone debacle. market players said there were no reasons to actively buy the single currency.2288. dollar The euro edged back towards a two-year low against the dollar on Monday. Net long positions in silver eased 2 percent to 4.S.325 contracts in the week ended May 29. and the euro has fallen almost in lock step with that move.S. Net long positions in U. gold futures and options inched up by seven contracts to 77.S. U.2393. bets in favor of the U. its lowest level since July 2010 hit on Friday. and were selling at the higher prices to lock in profits.3 percent to $1.41. job growth braked sharply for a third straight month in May and the jobless rate rose for the . after declining for three weeks straight. jobs. Federal Reserve.S. Gold pauses after rally triggered by weak U. Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy called on Saturday for the establishment of a central authority that would oversee and coordinate fiscal policy in the euro zone. putting more stress on markets already anxious that Greece may exit the euro zone. when dismal U. good economic news was hard to find in almost any corner of the world. Germany also wants a big leap forward in euro integration. As if the euro zone's struggle to avoid dissolution were not enough. Meanwhile. Euro edges down towards 2-year low vs. Short positions in euro futures surged to 195. More light on potential monetary stimulus is expected on Thursday. the Commodity Futures Trading Commission said.912 contracts. said the U. Until then it does not want to agree to euro-zone bonds that would lower the cost of funding for already indebted nations.its biggest one-day rise in more than three months.6 percent on Friday . job creation slowed for the fourth straight month in May. propped up by rekindled expectations of further monetary easing by the U. stoking fears of slowing global growth compounded by gloomy manufacturing data from China. is taking its toll on the world's largest economy. U.8 percent to $28.S. leaving many players stuck on the sidelines and boosting volatility. Commodity Futures Trading Commission. jobs report. Worries about Spain have been underscored by a widening in the yield spread between Spanish 10-year government bonds and German Bunds to euro-era highs last week.S. Spot silver lost 0.361 contracts . is pushing its partners for a central authority to manage euro area finances. European Parliament and European Court of Justice.S. moving closer to $1. traders said. investors said.S. London markets were closed on Monday. Gold broke ranks with riskier assets on Friday and rose 4 percent.S. were less than convinced that the Fed would implement monetary easing soon.S. Asian investors. and major new powers for the European Commission. but investors are doubtful whether moves towards closer integration will be able to restore market confidence. The United States was a relative bright spot in the global economy over the past year. just as the euro zone appears to be sinking deeper into the debt crisis and China's growth slows.
7 percent. “The current slowdown is more complicated to read than the 2008 global financial crisis and is stressing the authorities’ vaunted fine-tuning skills.2 in May from 56. down from 9. The report adds to evidence that the world’s second-biggest economy is weakening as Europe’s debt crisis crimps demand and government curbs on the property market feed through to more industries. from following it out. according to Deutsche Bank AG. chief Asia economist at ING Financial Markets in Singapore. The purchasing managers’ index fell to 55. China’s biggest real-estate brokerage. But ECB President Mario Draghi is likely to remain unflinching at a Wednesday news conference out of hope politicians can tie the region into a tighter union. its fourth-biggest lender. the least since May last year. Bank woes there have helped push the country's borrowing costs perilously high. .S. China Services Growth Weakens As JPMorgan Cuts China’s non-manufacturing industries expanded at the slowest pace in more than a year. central bank governor Zhou Xiaochuan said in an interview with China Business News. If the politicians fail. Madrid faces a crucial test of investor confidence when it auctions bonds on Thursday. Top European Union officials are now openly questioning whether the currency union will even survive. with worries about the Spanish banking sector and Greece's fate with the euro bloc. JPMorgan has cut its full-year economic growth forecast for China twice in a month and now estimates an expansion of 7. Especially worrisome for the global economy. That’s the lowest reading since March 2011 when the federation started seasonally adjusting the data. including Spain.to launch a stimulus program to combat a slowdown. an official survey indicated. India's first quarter economic growth sunk to a nine-year low. Whether the Fed acts at its next meeting on June 19-20 could well depend on events in Europe. said in the report. With Greece's membership in the currency union possibly hanging in the balance of a June 17 election. The weak U. The European Commission has suggested using a euro zone rescue fund to directly recapitalize distressed banks. European politicians are struggling to put together plans that would keep Greece from abandoning the euro and other countries. The sale is expected to come at a hefty cost to the government after a steep selloff in debt markets over the last week pushed its borrowing costs higher. adding to nervousness over how the country will finance a 19 billion euro bailout for Bankia. China may relax its property curbs to encourage end users to buy homes as the government seeks to support economic growth. Markets had already been on edge over the deepening crisis in the euro zone's debt problems. “The data reinforce the message that the slowdown has spread from the manufacturing sector to the services sector. the National Bureau of Statistics and China Federation of Logistics and Purchasing said yesterday in Beijing. while a gauge of euro zone manufacturing also slipped. Just as a sour economy looms over U. Some homebuyers were convinced that the market had bottomed after about 40 cities adjusted local property restrictions to encourage spending. 49. As well.1 in April. especially if Europe's crisis grows more acute.S.Fundamental in Focus first time in nearly a year.000 fewer jobs were created in the previous two months than had been thought. President Barack Obama's November re-election bid. The European Central Bank will likely keep interest rates steady at a Wednesday meeting to keep political leaders under pressure to find a solution to the crisis. data followed poor Chinese manufacturing data and dismal European reports on factory activity reports.000 jobs added to payrolls last month.the biggest single provider of growth in the global economy .” said Tim Condon. In his testimony to Congress. a measure of activity at China's private factories contracted for the seventh month in May. with 69.2 percent in 2011. Markets have been spooked by data showing more than 66 billion Euros was withdrawn from Spanish banks and sent abroad in March. Bernanke could provide clues on what the Fed could do to help growth. the possibility of rising joblessness in China frightens the ruling Communist Party ahead of a power transition that gets under way later this year.” China retains confidence in the euro even with the large uncertainties in the region. Spain would prefer the ECB buy it sometime by reactivating its bond-buying program. Centaline. as export orders declined and weakness in real estate countered strength in retailing and leasing. an unraveling of the euro zone could follow with potentially devastating financial consequences that could easily take a cooling global economy and plunge it into recession. That could help push China . a warning that time is running out for the region to resolve its debt woes. That could be especially helpful for Spain.
London’s Brent crude dropped from the lowest close in one and a half years. citing Oil Minister Rostam Qasemi. the Labor Department said June 1.000 May advance.S. UK factory PMI at 3-year low in May as global downturn hits British manufacturing activity shrank at its fastest pace in three years in May as a broad-based global economic slowdown hit demand for British goods. “If the European situation is dragging both Asia and the U. according to a survey on Friday. in Singapore. capping the biggest weekly drop since Sept.S. a chief market strategist at CMC Markets Asia Pacific Pty in Sydney. and Markit's Dobson said the manufacturing survey indicated manufacturing could fall by 1 percent between April and June.000 last month..1 percent and has exceeded 8 percent since February 2009.79 at 12:38 p. Oil is 17 percent lower this year. Official data last month showed Britain is deeper in recession than previously thought.S. China Demand Will Falter Oil fell for a fifth day to the lowest price in almost eight months on signs of an economic slowdown in the U. The latest Markit/CIPS Manufacturing Purchasing Managers' Index suggests the sector continued to drag on the economy which is mired in its second recession in two years.Fundamental in Focus Oil Falls A Fifth Day On Concern U. and may add to expectations the Bank of England will need to act to ward off the threat of a protracted euro zone-led downturn.2 in April. “When we see weak numbers in China and very weak job numbers in the U. unemployment rose and payrolls increased less than the most-pessimistic forecasts. The headline PMI activity plunged to 45. Futures declined as much as 2 percent. Prices slid 3. into a contracting economic situation.S. its lowest reading since May 2009 and the second-steepest fall in the survey's 20-year history.. Iran will insist that the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries keep its current production ceiling for crude when OPEC’s ministers meet this month in Vienna. raising the risk of Britain's recession continuing for a third quarter. 23.. then that is very bad for oil. it kicks away at the foundations. according to a Bloomberg News survey of 87 economists.59 a barrel in electronic trading on the New York Mercantile Exchange and was at $81. and China. the longest such stretch since monthly records began in 1948. The jobless rate rose to 8.2 percent from 8.9 in May from a downwardly revised 50. .8 percent on June 1.S.S.4 percent decline to the lowest close since Oct. 7 after U. extending last week’s 8.64 to $81. Iranian state-run Press TV reported yesterday. payrolls climbed by 69.m. In the U. The median projection called for a 150.” said Michael McCarthy.” Oil for July delivery fell as much as $1. The figures are also likely to add to growing calls for Britain's Conservative-led coalition government to find new ways to boost growth as it presses ahead with austerity plans.
5 0.30% -24.50% .Time (GMT+5) All Day All Day 2:30pm 3:00pm 8:00pm Currency NZD GBP EUR EUR USD Impact No Impact No Impact Medium Low Medium Event Bank Holiday Bank Holiday Sentix Investor Confidence PPI m/m Factory Orders m/m Forecast Previous -29.1 0.30% 0.
05% 20 Day EMA 50 Day EMA 100 Day EMA 200 Day EMA 9 Day RSI 14 Day RSI 21 Day RSI 1576.Fundamental in Focus Gold prices fell in Asian trading Monday amid profit taking after soaring to near four-week highs Friday on news that the U.3 1664.4 S3 1486.89 52. .3 1629. The headline unemployment rate.6 Source: Meta Traders Technical’s in Focus In daily charts.21 Change R3 1736. Buy above 1598.2 R1 1653.98 56. meanwhile.4 4. which boosted demand for gold's traditional hedge.4 PP 1599. MACD is sustaining below the zero line and is on the verge of giving a buy signal.S.5 1683. which sent gold soaring initially on talk the Federal Reserve may feel obliged to intervene and stimulate the economy via quantitative easing. rose to 8.2% in May from 8.1% in April.0 S2 1516. Gold erased gains on profit taking. the dollar. Target 1650. Open High Low Range Gold Spot Prices st 1 June 2012 Technical Indicators th 4 June 2012 Closing 1623. Stochastic oscillator is hovering near its overbought territory and is indicating a correction before continuing its upward trend. RSI has improved slightly from its oversold region and indicating a further improvement in prices.6 1560.8 63.8 R2 1683. especially on talk that Germany remains steadfast against participating in a continent-wide single bond issue to prop up its debt-saddled neighbors. which are asset purchases from banks that flood the economy with liquidity. A fall below 1598 might call for 1580. economy picked up fewer jobs in May than previously hoped.3 83.2 1621. prices are sustaining below 100 DMA and the same is also acting as a fairly strong resistance for the yellow metal.8 S1 1570.7 1546. Quantitative easing sends the dollar weakening as a tradeoff for price stability and also for conditions that encourage hiring and a weak dollar normally sends gold rising.
28 42.92% and trading at USD28. 20 DMA is also proving to be a very strong resistance for the metal.09% and trading at USD3.32 30. High Low Silver Spot Prices 1st June 2012 Technical Indicators 4th June 2012 Closing Open 28.57 S2 26. Weak manufacturing data sent the greenback falling as well.64 R1 29.58 48.92% 20 Day EMA 50 Day EMA 100 Day EMA 200 Day EMA 9 Day RSI 14 Day RSI 21 Day RSI 28.07 PP 28. A break above 28.83.64 . a single instrument financed and underwritten by all euro zone nations to assist more indebted countries like Greece. Currently the metal is riding on a downward channel and hence targeting $30.39 Range Change R3 30.Fundamental in Focus Silver for July delivery was down 0. MACD is on the verge of breaking above zero line and is indicating a buy signal.50 2. will unveil official data on factory orders. Short below 28.00 in the upcoming trading sessions. Both RSI and Stochastic have shown some improvements and is indicating further hike in price. the U.63 44.07 Source: Meta Traders Technical’s in Focus In daily charts.14 S1 27. just missing expectations for 53.64 S3 26. Later Monday.57 R2 29. Target 27.S. on talk Germany remains opposed to taking part in issuing a Euro Bond. while copper for July delivery was down 1.21 1.71 27. the dollar resumed its safe-haven status in Asian trading on Monday.9.51 27.250 a troy ounce.70 28. a leading indicator of output.5 in May from 54.282 a pound. The Institute for Supply Management reported Friday that its national factory activity index dropped to 53.83 might call for 29. silver is sustaining below 50 DMA.8 in April.57. However.21 31.80 32.
20 Source: Meta Traders Technical’s in Focus In daily charts.61 19.68% 20 Day EMA 50 Day EMA 100 Day EMA 200 Day EMA 9 Day RSI 14 Day RSI 21 Day RSI 91.42.45 86.38 98. then that is very bad for oil.26 86.S. MACD is sustaining below zero line and is on the verge of giving a buy signal. jobs numbers continued to fuel expectations that the broader U.06 might call for 86.S. Both RSI and Stochastic are indicating further upside in the price of oil.04 S1 81. oil is sustaining above its 200 DMA. A break above 83.15 96.50 S2 79.06.66 13. High Low Range Change R3 90.34 R1 85. economy will remain sluggish and need less fuels to grow.Fundamental in Focus Open Oil Spot Prices st 1 June 2012 Technical Indicators th 4 June 2012 Closing 83.70 Crude oil futures fell on Monday on soft Chinese service-sector data as well as on weak U.10 R2 88.84 8.58 82.S. If the European situation is dragging both Asia and the U.74 S3 77.45 2 97. Short below 83.28 4. Target 79.S. Tepid U.11 . jobs numbers. which depict a cooling global economy.80 PP 84. into a contracting economic situation.30 -3.
2287 0.2663 1. .70 28. prices are sustaining below 200DMA.2459 1.2668 R2 1. Meanwhile in Spain. The euro fell against the dollar on Monday as investors took defensive positions ahead of the June 17 parliamentary elections in Greece. Open High Low Euro Spot Prices st 1 June 2012 Technical Indicators th 4 June 2012 Closing 1.78 Range Change R3 1.2428 1.3073 1.Fundamental in Focus The dollar rose against most major world currencies on Monday. RSI has improved and is indicating further hike in prices.2152 Source: Meta Traders Technical’s in Focus In daily charts. MACD has also broken above zero line and is maintaining a buy signal.2973 1.2391 S1 1.2364 1. where polls show a tight race between one political group in favor of sticking with austerity measures and another in favor of ditching them.2219 S3 1. Talk that Germany remains opposed to participating in a single bond issue to prop up debt-ridden countries like Greece sent the euro falling and the dollar rising on a global safe-haven play. concerns the government will come under strain propping up its financial sector and possibly its regional governments as well further weakened the euro.3276 25. regaining composure after dropping Friday on disappointing May jobs figures.2324 S2 1.2563 R1 1.51% 20 Day EMA 50 Day EMA 100 Day EMA 200 Day EMA 9 Day RSI 14 Day RSI 21 Day RSI 1.03 25.2496 PP 1.0172 0. Whereas stochastic oscillator is on the verge of giving a sell signal and may correct itself before continuing its upward rally. The jobs data sparked talk the Fed will consider stimulating the economy via monetary easing measures to ensure price stability and more optimal employment conditions at the expense of the dollar's strength.
weaker-than-expected Chinese manufacturing and service-sector data pushed the dollar up and other major currencies down. 14 day RSI is currently at 71.5354 1.48 Change R3 1. Stochastic oscillator is hovering in its overbought territory and is calling for a short term correction.5778 11. British manufacturing activity shrank at its fastest pace in three years in May as a broad-based global economic slowdown hit demand for British goods The U.33% 20 Day EMA 50 Day EMA 100 Day EMA 200 Day EMA 9 Day RSI 14 Day RSI 21 Day RSI 1.5267 0. as U. Open High Low Range GBP Spot Prices 1st June 2012 Technical Indicators 4th June 2012 Closing 1.5438 1.0171 48 -0.Fundamental in Focus The pound weakened against the dollar on Monday after Germany said it opposed taking part in a single European bond issue financed by all euro zone countries to prop up debt-ridden countries like Greece. .5524 R1 1.5182 S3 1.14.5439 PP 1. far below expectations for a gain of around 150.000 jobs.5844 1. including the pound. added a net 69.5406 1. markets were closed on holiday Monday. The news sparked demand for the dollar.66 18.45 27 26.5610 R2 1.5353 S1 1.5268 S2 1.5097 Source: Meta Traders Technical’s in Focus In daily charts.S. MACD is also sustaining above the zero line in bullish territory and is maintaining its buy signal. prices are sustaining above 200 DMA.K.5782 1.000 jobs in May. Meanwhile.5930 1.
Stochastic oscillator is hovering in its overbought region and still has room to go higher.1% increase the previous month.9517 S3 0. AUD Spot Prices 1st June 2012 Technical Indicators 4th June 2012 Closing Open High Low Range Change 0.9821 R1 0.S.0151 1. after surprisingly weak U. 14 day RSI is currently at 55.9864 1.9732 0.9911 R2 0.9759 PP 0.2% rise and following a 1. disappointing expectations for a 0.36% 20 Day EMA 50 Day EMA 100 Day EMA 200 Day EMA 9 Day RSI 14 Day RSI 21 Day RSI 0. employment data and concerns over Spain’s financial troubles weighed on market sentiment.9732 0.0282 1. MACD is maintaining its buy signal and is on the verge of breaking above its zero line in to bullish territory.9580 0. prices are sustaining above 20 DMA.0388 26.48 31.9669 S1 0.81 28. counterpart on Friday.85.9607 S2 0.Fundamental in Focus The Australian dollar fell to a six-month low against its U.9455 Source: Meta Traders Technical’s in Focus In daily charts. A separate report showed that Australian retail sales declined 0. .2%.S.0152 -0.02 R3 0.9696 0.
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