Buz Investors EURUSD Marginally Higher A very light economic calendar and some easing political concerns are resulting in a modest gain in EUR/USD in today’s trading. The pair is currently at 1.0619, up 0.10% over Friday’s close.

EURUSD Forex Exchange Midday Price Lower Tuesday August 8

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EURUSD Forex Exchange Midday Price EURUSD decreased 0.0067 or 0.57% to 1.1726 on Tuesday August 8 from 1.1793 in the previous trading session. Historically, the Euro Dollar Exchange Rate – EUR/USD reached an all time high of 1.87 in July of 1973 and a record low of 0.70 in February of 1985. The euro was only introduced as a currency on the first of January of 1999. However, synthetic historical prices going back much further can be modeled if we consider a weighted average of the previous currencies.

EUR/AUD stays neutral at this point. Near term outlook remains bullish with 1.4777 support intact and further rally is expected. As noted before, correction from 1.5226 should have completed with three waves down to 1.4421 already. Above 1.4964 will target 1.5073 resistance first. Break of 1.5073 will likely resume the rise from 1.3624 and target 61.8% projection of 1.3624 to 1.5226 from 1.4421 at 1.5411 next. However, firm break of 1.4777 will dampen this bullish view and turn bias to the downside for 1.4564 support. Break will extend the correction from 1.5226 through 1.4421.



EURUSD Forex Exchange Midday Price

 

In the bigger picture, we’re holding on to the view that corrective decline from 1.6587 medium term has completed at 1.3624. Rise from 1.3624 is expected to resume to retest 1.6587. The corrective structure of the fall from 1.5226 is affirming this view. Above 1.5226 will target a test on 1.6587 key resistance. However, another decline will dampen our view and would drag EUR/AUD lower to retest key support zone around 1.3624.

Euro Dollar Exchange Rate – EUR/USD

The EURUSD spot exchange rate specifies how much one currency, the EUR, is currently worth in terms of the other, the USD. While the EURUSD spot exchange rate is quoted and exchanged in the same day, the EURUSD forward rate is quoted today but for delivery and payment on a specific future date. This page provides the latest reported value for – Euro Dollar Exchange Rate – EUR/USD – plus previous releases, historical high and low, short-term forecast and long-term prediction, economic calendar, survey consensus and news. Euro Dollar Exchange Rate – EUR/USD – actual data, historical chart and calendar of releases – was last updated on August of 2017.

 

Actual Previous Highest Lowest Dates Unit Frequency
1.17 1.18 1.87 0.70 1957 – 2017 Daily

 

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GBPUSD Forex Exchange Price Lower Midday Tuesday August 8

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GBPUSD Forex Exchange Price Lower Midday  GBPUSD decreased 0.0034 or 0.26% to 1.2999 on Tuesday August 8 from 1.3032 in the previous trading session. Historically, the British Pound reached an all time high of 2.86 in December of 1957 and a record low of 1.05 in February of 1985.

GBP/USD remains on the downside for 1.2932 support first. Price actions from 1.1946 are seen as a corrective pattern, no change is this view. Such correction could have completed at 1.3267 already. Break of 1.2932 will affirm this bearish case and target 1.2588 key near term support for confirmation. On the upside, however, above 1.3111 minor resistance will turn bias back to the upside for 1.3267 instead.

  • In the bigger picture, overall, price actions from 1.1946 medium term low are seen as a corrective pattern that is still in progress. While further upside is expected, larger outlook remains bearish as long as 1.3444 key resistance holds. Down trend from 1.7190 (2014 high) is expected to resume later after the correction completes. And break of 1.2588 will indicate that such down trend is resuming.

British Pound Notes

The GBPUSD spot exchange rate specifies how much one currency, the GBP, is currently worth in terms of the other, the USD. While the GBPUSD spot exchange rate is quoted and exchanged in the same day, the GBPUSD forward rate is quoted today but for delivery and payment on a specific future date. This page provides – British Pound – actual values, historical data, forecast, chart, statistics, economic calendar and news. British Pound – actual data, historical chart and calendar of releases – was last updated on August of 2017.

 

Actual Previous Highest Lowest Dates Unit Frequency
1.30 1.30 2.86 1.05 1957 – 2017 Daily

 

USDJPY Yen Steady Ahead of US Housing, Manufacturing Reports

USDJPY Forex Exchange Lower Midday Tuesday August 8

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USDJPY Forex Exchange Lower Midday  USDJPY decreased 0.3250 or 0.29% to 110.4050 on Tuesday August 8 from 110.7300 in the previous trading session. Historically, the Japanese Yen reached an all time high of 306.84 in December of 1975 and a record low of 75.74 in October of 2011

USD/JPY was rejected by 4 hour 55 EMA and continues to weaken today. But at this point, it’s still staying above 109.83 temporary low. Intraday bias remains neutral for the moment. The consolidation from 109.83 might extend and another rise cannot be ruled out. But after all, near term outlook stays bearish as long as 112.18 resistance holds and deeper fall is expected. Break of 109.83 will target 108.81 support first. Break there will resume whole correction from 118.65 and target 61.8% retracement of 98.97 to 118.65 at 106.48. Nonetheless, break of 112.18 resistance will dampen our bearish view and turn focus back to 114.49 resistance instead.



USDJPY Forex Exchange Lower Midday

In the bigger picture, the corrective structure of the fall from 118.65 suggests that rise from 98.97 is not completed yet. Break of 118.65 will target a test on 125.85 high. At this point, it’s uncertain whether rise from 98.97 is resuming the long term up trend from 75.56, or it’s a leg in the consolidation from 125.85. Hence, we’ll be cautious on topping as it approaches 125.85. If fall from 118.65 extends lower, down side should be contained by 61.8% retracement of 98.97 to 118.65 at 106.48 and bring rebound.

Japanese Yen

The USDJPY spot exchange rate specifies how much one currency, the USD, is currently worth in terms of the other, the JPY. While the USDJPY spot exchange rate is quoted and exchanged in the same day, the USDJPY forward rate is quoted today but for delivery and payment on a specific future date. This page provides – Japanese Yen – actual values, historical data, forecast, chart, statistics, economic calendar and news. Japanese Yen – actual data, historical chart and calendar of releases – was last updated on August of 2017.

 

Actual Previous Highest Lowest Dates Unit Frequency
110.41 110.76 306.84 75.74 1972 – 2017 Daily

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ECONOMIC CALENDAR Global financial markets will focus on a big batch of U.S. economic data in the week ahead, with Friday’s inflation repor

THE WEEK AHEAD: 5 THINGS TO WATCH ON THE ECONOMIC CALENDAR

THE WEEK AHEAD: 5 THINGS TO WATCH ON THE ECONOMIC CALENDAR

ECONOMIC CALENDAR Global financial markets will focus on a big batch of U.S. economic data in the week ahead, with Friday’s inflation repor

ECONOMIC CALENDAR Global financial markets will focus on a big batch of U.S. economic data in the week ahead, with Friday’s inflation report in the spotlight, for further clues on the timing of the next Federal Reserve rate hike.

Investors will also keep an eye out on a number of Fed speakers for any new insight on when and how the central bank plans to pare back its massive balance sheet.

Elsewhere, China is to release monthly trade and inflation data amid recent signs that momentum in the world’s second largest economy remains strong.

In the U.K., traders will be awaiting a report on manufacturing production for further indications on the continued effect that the Brexit decision is having on the economy.

 



 

ECONOMIC CALENDAR

Meanwhile, market players await monthly reports from the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Counties and the International Energy Agency to assess global oil supply and demand levels.

Ahead of the coming week, Investing.com has compiled a list of the five biggest events on the economic calendar that are most likely to affect the markets.

1. U.S. inflation data

The Commerce Department will publish inflation figures for July at 8:30AM ET (1230GMT) Friday. Market analysts expect consumer prices to ease up 0.2%, while core inflation is forecast to rise 0.2%.

On a yearly base, core CPI is projected to climb 1.7%. Core prices are viewed by the Federal Reserve as a better gauge of longer-term inflationary pressure because they exclude the volatile food and energy categories. The central bank usually tries to aim for 2% core inflation or less.

Rising inflation would be a catalyst to push the Fed toward raising interest rates in the months ahead.

Besides the inflation data, this week’s calendar also features reports on JOLTS job openings, nonfarm productivity and unit labor costs, producer prices as well as weekly jobless claims.

In the stock market, struggling retailers, such as Macy’s (NYSE:M), Nordstrom (NYSE:JWN), Kohl’s (NYSE:KSS) and JC Penney (NYSE:JCP), will release results in the week ahead, as earnings season begins to wind down. Media companies, like Disney (NYSE:DIS) and News Corp (NASDAQ:NWSA), as well as some recent IPOs, including Snap (NYSE:SNAP) and Blue Apron (NYSE:APRN), will also garner some attention.

Focus will also be on headlines coming out of Washington, even as Congress slows down for August recess. The investigation into U.S. President Donald Trump campaign’s ties to Russia will remain on the agenda.

2. Fed speakers

A handful of Fed policymakers are due to make public appearances this week that may offer fresh clues on future monetary policy moves.

Monday sees St. Louis Fed President James Bullard and Minneapolis Fed President Neel Kashkari make public appearances.

On Thursday, New York Fed President William Dudley will speak about wage inequality in his region. His comments will be scrutinized to gauge whether the Fed’s view on low inflation appears to be transitory or a longer term problem.

Finally, Friday sees Dallas Fed President Rob Kaplan and Minneapolis Fed chief Kashkari deliver comments.

Markets remain skeptical the Fed will raise rates in December, according to Investing.com’s Fed Rate Monitor Tool, due to worries over the subdued inflation outlook, but it is widely expected to start the process of reducing its balance sheet by September.

3. China trade figures

China is to release July trade figures at around 0300GMT on Tuesday. The report is expected to show that the country’s trade surplus widened to $46.08 billion last month from a surplus of $42.77 billion in June.

Exports are forecast to have climbed 10.9% in July from a year earlier, following a jump of 11.3% a month ago, while imports are expected to rise 16.6%, after increasing 17.2% in June.

Additionally, on Wednesday, the Asian nation will publish data on July consumer and producer price inflation. The reports are expected to show that consumer prices rose 1.5% last month, while producer prices are forecast to increase by 5.5%.

China’s economy grew a faster-than-expected 6.9% in the second quarter, matching the first quarter’s pace, supported by solid exports, industrial production and consumption.

4. U.K. manufacturing production

The Office for National Statistics is to produce data on U.K. manufacturing production for June at 0830GMT (4:30AM ET) on Thursday, amid expectations for a flat reading, following a decline of 0.2% in the preceding month. Industrial output is forecast to inch up 0.1%, after falling 0.1% in May.

The Bank of England cut its forecasts for growth and wages last week, and appeared in no rush to raise interest rates, as it warned that Brexit was weighing on the economy.

5. OPEC/IEA monthly reports

The Organization of Petroleum Exporting Counties will publish its monthly assessment of oil markets at around 7:00AM ET (1100GMT) on Thursday. It includes figures on the state of global crude stockpiles for July.

On Friday, the International Energy Agency will release its own monthly report on global oil supply and demand.

The data will give traders a better picture of whether a global rebalancing is taking place in the oil market.

Oil traders will also be focused on a meeting of oil ministers from some OPEC and non-OPEC countries set for Monday and Tuesday in Abu Dhabi to discuss compliance to agreed upon global production limits that run through March 2018.

So far, the output deal has had little impact on global inventory levels due to rising supply from producers not participating in the accord, such as Libya and Nigeria, as well as a relentless increase in U.S. shale output.

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THE WEEK AHEAD In the week ahead, global financial markets will focus on the outcome of Wednesday’s Federal Reserve policy meeting

THE WEEK AHEAD: 5 THINGS TO WATCH ON THE ECONOMIC CALENDAR

THE WEEK AHEAD: 5 THINGS TO WATCH ON THE ECONOMIC CALENDAR

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THE WEEK AHEAD In the week ahead, global financial markets will focus on the outcome of Wednesday’s Federal Reserve policy meeting

THE WEEK AHEAD In the week ahead, global financial markets will focus on the outcome of Wednesday’s Federal Reserve policy meeting for any new insight on the timing of the next U.S. rate hike and clues on how the central bank plans to pare back its massive balance sheet.

There are also several key U.S. economic reports, with the biggest being second quarter GDP due on Friday.

Meanwhile, in Europe, market players will eye flash survey data on euro zone business activity to gauge the strength of the region’s economy and how it will impact the timing of when the European Central Bank will start unwinding its asset purchase program.

In the U.K., investors will await the first estimate of U.K. second quarter GDP for further hints on the health of the economy and the likelihood of the Bank of England raising interest rates this year.



THE WEEK AHEAD

 

Elsewhere, traders will pay close attention to second quarter inflation data from Australia as they look for more clues on the health of the economy and the timing of a potential rise in borrowing costs.

Ahead of the coming week, Investing.com has compiled a list of the five biggest events on the economic calendar that are most likely to affect the markets.

1. Federal Reserve rate decision

The Federal Reserve is not expected to take action on interest rates at the conclusion of its two-day policy meeting at 2:00PM ET (1800GMT) on Wednesday, keeping it in a range between 1.0%-1.25%.

The central bank will release its post-meeting statement as investors look for any change in language which could point more clearly to a rate hike in the months ahead.

Market players will also pay close attention to details of when and how the Fed will start reducing its $4.5 trillion balance sheet.

According to Investing.com’s Fed Rate Monitor Tool, conviction for another rate hike before the end of the year has faded, with just 35% of market players expecting another move by December, as the subdued inflation outlook raised doubts over whether policymakers will be able to stick to their planned tightening path.

2. U.S. advanced 2nd quarter GDP

The U.S. is to release preliminary figures on second quarter economic growth at 8:30AM ET (1230GMT) Friday.

The report is expected to show that the economy expanded at an annual rate of 2.6% in the April-June quarter, improving from growth of 1.4% in the first quarter.

Besides the GDP report, this week’s calendar also features U.S. data on both existing and new home sales, as well as consumer confidence, durable goods orders and weekly jobless claims.

Focus will also be on headlines coming out of Washington, where the Senate is expected to continue working to repeal Obamacare. The investigation into U.S. President Donald Trump campaign’s ties to Russia will continue to get attention.

For the stock market, investors will digest a heavy week of earnings, with more than a third of the S&P 500 companies and 13 Dow stocks set to post results.

FANG names – Facebook (NASDAQ:FB), Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) and Alphabet (NASDAQ:GOOGL) – will garner most of the attention, as will Exxon Mobil (NYSE:XOM),Caterpillar (NYSE:CAT), United Technologies (NYSE:UTX), McDonald’s (NYSE:MCD) and Boeing (NYSE:BA).

3. Flash euro zone PMIs

The euro zone is to publish preliminary data on manufacturing and service sector activity for July at 0800GMT (4:00AM ET) on Monday, amid expectations for a modest decline.

Ahead of the euro zone PMI’s, France and Germany will release their own PMI reports at 0700GMT and 0730GMT respectively.

In addition to the PMI data, there is also an IFO survey on German business morale as well as preliminary German inflation data on the docket.

Last week, the European Central Bank kept borrowing costs at record lows and called for patience and persistence in getting inflation back up to its target. Central bank chief Mario Draghi added that discussions on the future of the bank’s asset purchase program would take place in the fall.

4. U.K. preliminary Q2 GDP

The Office for National Statistics is to produce preliminary data on U.K. economic growth for the second quarter at 0830GMT (4:30AM ET) on Wednesday.

The report is forecast to reveal the economy grew 0.3% in the three months ended June 30, after expanding 0.2% in the previous three-month period. On an annualized rate, the British economy is expected to grow 1.7% in the second quarter, slowing from growth of 2.0% in the preceding quarter.

Comments from Bank of England chief economist Andy Haldane on Tuesday will also be in focus.

Some BOE policymakers have started to call for higher interest rates in the months ahead due to the recent surge in inflation, which was caused largely by the plunge in sterling following last year’s Brexit vote.

5. Australia second quarter CPI

Australia is to publish data on second quarter consumer price inflation at 0130GMT on Wednesday (9:30PM ET Tuesday). The data is expected to show that inflation increased 0.4% in the April-to-June period, after rising 0.5% in the first three months of the year.

Trimmed mean CPI, which excludes the most volatile 30% of items in the broad CPI calculation, is projected to climb 0.5%.

Reserve Bank of Australia Governor Philip Lowe is due to deliver a speech titled “The Labor Market and Monetary Policy” at the Anika Foundation Luncheon, in Sydney shortly after the release of the CPI data.

Minutes of the RBA’s July meeting published last week revealed that the central bank turned more upbeat on the economic outlook, citing an improving labor market, stronger public investment and a pick-up in household consumption.

Futures market now implied a 24% chance of a rate rise by December, up from just 8% previously.

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THE WEEK AHEAD In the week ahead, global financial markets will focus on the outcome of Thursday’s European Central Bank

THE WEEK AHEAD: 5 THINGS TO WATCH ON THE ECONOMIC CALENDAR

THE WEEK AHEAD: 5 THINGS TO WATCH ON THE ECONOMIC CALENDAR

THE WEEK AHEAD In the week ahead, global financial markets will focus on the outcome of Thursday’s European Central Bank

FOREX INVESTORS BUZZ  THE WEEK AHEAD In the week ahead, global financial markets will focus on the outcome of Thursday’s European Central Bank meeting for fresh clues on when the central bank will shift away from its ultra-easy policy.

Investors will also pay close attention to a monetary policy decision due in Japan amid speculation the Bank of Japan will lag well behind major global central banks in dialing back its massive stimulus program.

Elsewhere, China is to release what will be closely watched growth data amid recent signs of cooling in the world’s second biggest economy.

In the U.K., market participants will be looking ahead to a report on consumer price inflation for further hints on the strength of the economy and the likelihood of the Bank of England raising interest rates this year.

Traders will also eye data on the U.S. housing sector to gauge the strength of the world’s largest economy and how it will impact the Federal Reserve’s view on monetary policy.

Ahead of the coming week, Investing.com has compiled a list of the five biggest events on the economic calendar that are most likely to affect the markets.



THE WEEK AHEAD

 

1. European Central Bank policy meeting

The European Central Bank’s latest interest rate decision is due at 1145GMT (7:45AM ET) on Thursday, with no big changes expected.

Most of the focus will be on President Mario Draghi’s press conference 45 minutes after the announcement, as investors look for more clues on when and how the ECB could scale back its massive quantitative easing program.

Market experts believe the central bank is likely to wait until September before announcing a tapering of its 60 billion euros of monthly asset purchases.

Besides the ECB, market participants will be focusing on Tuesday’s ZEW survey data on German economic sentiment to gauge confidence in the euro zone’s largest economy.

2. Bank of Japan monetary policy decision

The Bank of Japan is not expected to make any changes to its monetary policy at the conclusion of its two-day rate review on Thursday, as robust exports and private consumption heighten prospects of a moderate economic expansion.

According to sources, the Japanese central bank is likely to upgrade its economic assessment but cut its rosy inflation outlook, reinforcing expectations it will lag well behind major global central banks in dialing back its massive stimulus program.

BOJ Governor Haruhiko Kuroda will hold a press conference afterward to discuss the decision. He is likely to remind markets of the BOJ’s resolve to maintain its ultra-easy policy until inflation is sustainably above 2%.

In addition, investors will focus on monthly trade data due Thursday, which could show Japanese exports rising for a seventh consecutive month.

3. China Q2 GDP

China is scheduled to release data on second quarter gross domestic product at around 0200GMT on Monday (10:00PM ET Sunday).

The report is expected to show the world’s second largest economy grew 6.8% in the three months ended June 30, tempering initial worries of a sharper slowdown as Beijing walks a policy tightrope with its quest to crackdown on financial risks and limit damage to the economy.

The Asian nation will also publish data on June industrial production, fixed asset investment and retail sales along with the GDP report.

4. U.K. inflation figures

The U.K. Office for National Statistics will release data on consumer price inflation for June at 0830GMT (4:30AM ET) on Tuesday. Analysts expect consumer prices to rise 2.9%, the highest level in nearly four years.

The recent surge in inflation, caused largely by the plunge in sterling following last year’s Brexit vote, has prompted some Bank of England policymakers to call for higher interest rates in the months ahead.

Besides the inflation report, the ONS will produce data on June retail sales on Thursday, with analysts expecting an increase of 0.4%.

Recent data has pointed to signs that rising inflation is crimping spending by consumers, the main drivers of the economy, just as the country is set to start EU divorce negotiations.

5. U.S. housing data

The Commerce Department is to publish a report on housing starts and building permits for June at 8:30AM ET (1230GMT) on Wednesday. The data could show that permits rose 3.0% to 1.200 million last month, while housing starts are forecast to gain 5.8% to 1.150 million.

Besides the housing data, this week’s calendar also features surveys on manufacturing conditions in the Philadelphia and New York regions as well as weekly jobless claims.

Dovish comments from Fed Chair Janet Yellen last week combined with soft inflation data saw investors temper their expectations for tighter monetary policy in the months ahead. Futures traders are pricing in around a 40% chance of a rate hike by the end of the year, according to Investing.com’s Fed Rate Monitor Tool.

In addition to the data, this also marks the first big week of the second-quarter earnings season, with blue chips Johnson & Johnson (NYSE:JNJ), American Express (NYSE:AXP), Goldman Sachs (NYSE:GS), Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) and General Electric (NYSE:GE) among some of the names reporting results this week.

Headlines from Washington regarding President Donald Trump’s health-care plan will also be in focus.

Stay up-to-date on all of this week’s economic events by visiting: http://www.investing.com/economic-calendar/

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Buz Investors Chinese producer price index climbed Primarily reflecting a jump in energy prices, the Labor Department released a report on Tuesday showing that U.S. producer prices rose by more than expected in the month of January.

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BUZ INVESTORS Japan Producer Prices Change Producer Prices in Japan increased 2.10 percent in April of 2017 over the same month in the previous year. Producer Prices Change in Japan averaged 1.38 percent from 1961 until 2017, reaching an all time high of 33.90 percent in February of 1974 and a record low of -8.60 percent in August of 2009.



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Actual Previous Highest Lowest Dates Unit Frequency
2.10 1.40 33.90 -8.60 1961 – 2017 percent Monthly
NSA
Japan Markets Last Previous Highest Lowest Unit
Currency 113.42 113.82 306.84 75.74 [+]
Stock Market 19883.90 19961.55 38915.87 85.25 points [+]
Government Bond 10Y 0.05 0.05 7.59 -0.29 percent [+]
30 Year Bond Yield 0.84 0.83 3.13 0.04 percent [+]
2 Year Note Yield -0.18 -0.19 0.25 -0.36 percent [+]
5 Year Note Yield -0.12 -0.13 8.58 -0.37 percent [+]

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BUZ INVESTORS  Australia 5 Year Note  Australia 5 Year Note Yield decreased to 2.17 percent on Thursday May 11 from 2.19 percent in the previous trading day. 5 Year Note Yield in Australia averaged 2.51 percent from 2010 until 2017, reaching an all time high of 5.50 percent in December of 2010 and a record low of 1.48 percent in August of 2016.



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This page provides – Australia 5 Year Note Yield- actual values, historical data, forecast, chart, statistics, economic calendar and news. Australia 5 Year Note Yield – actual data, historical chart and calendar of releases – was last updated on May of 2017.

 

Actual Previous Highest Lowest Dates Unit Frequency
2.17 2.19 5.50 1.48 2010 – 2017 percent Daily




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BUZ INVESTORS  Australia 2 Year Note Australia 2 Year Note Yield decreased to 1.69 percent on Thursday May 11 from 1.71 percent in the previous trading day. 2 Year Note Yield in Australia averaged 2.27 percent from 2010 until 2017, reaching an all time high of 5.26 percent in December of 2010 and a record low of 1.43 percent in August of 2016.



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This page provides – Australia 2 Year Note Yield- actual values, historical data, forecast, chart, statistics, economic calendar and news. Australia 2 Year Note Yield – actual data, historical chart and calendar of releases – was last updated on May of 2017.

 

Actual Previous Highest Lowest Dates Unit Frequency
1.69 1.71 5.26 1.43 2010 – 2017 percent Daily

 

Actual Previous Highest Lowest Dates Unit Frequency
5836.90 5878.30 6828.70 1358.50 1992 – 2017 points Daily
Australia Markets Last Previous Highest Lowest Unit
Currency 0.74 0.74 1.10 0.48 [+]
Stock Market 5836.90 5878.30 6828.70 1358.50 points [+]
Government Bond 10Y 2.64 2.63 16.50 1.83 percent [+]
2 Year Note Yield 1.69 1.71 5.26 1.43 percent [+]
5 Year Note Yield 2.17 2.19 5.50 1.48 percent [+]

 

 

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