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Overnight we had the CPI consumer inflation report from Australia, with AUD/USD being on a bullish trend for a few months Full Article

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Inflation is expected to fall below 7% in the US this week, while it increased above that level in Australia, which is keeping AUD/USD up Full Article

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EUR/USD is looking bullish once again as the sentiment turns positive and the USD turns bearish Full Article

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AUD/USD was rejected by the 200 daily SMA last week and it is facing the 100 SMA now, with the Australian economy slowing down Full Article

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The AUD/USD pair is still fluctuating between the important levels of 0.6650 support and 0.6767 resistance. As we said in previous reports Full Article

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Today the RBA delivered the eighth rate hike in a row, raising rates by 25 bps to 3.10%, but that couldn't help AUD/USD which is sliding low Full Article

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AUD/USD has been bullish since early October although buyers are having trouble pushing the price above the 200 weekly SMA Full Article

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AUD/USD has been bullish for about a month, but has retreated lower in the last two days and is testing the 50 SMA on the daily chart as sup Full Article

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The bullish retrace seems complete for AUD/USD as the 50 daily SMA turns into resistance, while the RBA is slowing rate hikes Full Article

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AUD/USD has turned bullish today as the RBA raised interest rates by 0.25% while risk sentiment has also improved Full Article

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AUD/USD made a sharp reversal on Friday, signalling a possible bullish reversal after declining 10 cents in the last month Full Article

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The RBA minutes from the last meeting suggested further rate hikes, but AUD/USD has resumed the decline again today Full Article

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On Friday, the AUD/USD pair detected downward pressure near 0.6432 and is predicted to complete its decline. The asset is anticipated to Full Article

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We're looking to sell AUD/USD at the 50 SMA, as it hesitates to make further gains, while the RBA is slowing down with rate hikes Full Article

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The decline is escalating in AUD/USD and it is expected to continue as the FED remains on a tightening cycle while the RBA is stopping as in Full Article

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