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US Dollar Rally May Find Added Fuel in Global Slowdown Fears

Major Currencies vs. US Dollar (% change)

30 Apr 2012 – 04 May 2012

US_Dollar_Rally_May_Find_Added_Fuel_in_Global_Slowdown_Fears_body_Picture_5.png, US Dollar Rally May Find Added Fuel in Global Slowdown Fears

Talking Points

  • Most Major Currencies Tied to Risk Trends, Macro Trends in Focus
  • Spanish, Chinese Economic Data Key to Global Growth Perceptions
  • US Dollar Well-Supported on Haven Demand Amid Greece Concerns
  • British Pound May Find Another Non-Event in BOE Rate Decision
  • Australian Dollar Vulnerable on Jobs Data Downside Surprise Risk

Most of the major currency pairs continue to show significant correlations with the MSCI World Stock Index, suggesting that broad-based risk appetite trends remain dominant as drivers of price action. This puts thematic macro-level concerns – specifically, the durability of the US recovery and its ability to offset headwinds from Europe and China facing global growth – squarely at the forefront. The US economic calendar is relatively quiet, with headline event risk clustered at the end of the week as

Source: Swing Trading Daily

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