The Australian Dollar, with AUD/USD, the UNITED states, China, the Tensions and Trade War Fears – Asia-Pacific-the Market is Open
- The Australian Dollar struggles-in-the-end-after a risk-aversion sank stocks
- Us-China tensions may have fueled a commercial war fears as the US Dollar rose
- The Japanese Yen may rise if the Asia-Pacific region, stocks fall, and is eyeing the meeting of the BoJ
The sentiment-linked Australian Dollar, aiming carefully down on Thursday, amid deterioration of market mood. By the Wall Street close, the Dow Jones and the S&P 500 wrapped up, -0.41% and -0.78% respectively. It is the axis of the port-oriented U.S. Dollar, and the same behavior, the Japanese Yen-have outperformed their major counterparts. The Anti-fiat price of gold fell 1.20%, the most in 3 weeks in the middle of the stronger Usd.
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What is the way to go for the Australian Dollar?
Risk aversion gained momentum in early Asia-Pacific trading session. That is, as the President of the united states, when He has made up until the critical against China, for a “disinformation and propaganda against the united States and Europe. He expressed his disagreement with the way China has handled the corona virus, alluding to the use rates response.
That had brought back fears of the united states-China trade war, which has been highlighted during the North American trading session. In response to the Trumpet and China, said that the nation “to safeguard the sovereignty, security and interests”. According to The AFP News AgencyChina has threatened to ‘counter-measures in response to US-corona virus of the sanction threats. Stocks declined in the wake of these developments.
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On Friday, the Asia and the Pacific of the Trading Session
Asia-Pacific equities could follow the pessimistic lead of Wall Street. That may bode ill for the Australian Dollar, while benefiting the Japanese Yen and the U.S. Dollar. There is an emergency Bank of Japan (BOJ) meeting is scheduled at 00:00 eastern standard time. The central bank is not expected to adjust its main policy tools. The Markets seem to be looking at measures to help support small businesses. With this in mind, the Euro may look past BoJ, and to focus on the entire trajectory on the market, most of the past 24 hours.
Australian Dollar Technical Analysis
The AUD/USD is struggling to find follow-up after that the price tried to push above the key resistance (0.6546 – 0.6570). This area has been established according to the prices found on a peak at the end of April. Since then, a negative RSI divergence has appeared. This is not a sign of fading momentum to the upside, which can sometimes precede a turn lower. Such an outcome could place the emphasis on the support below to 0.6469.
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— Written by Daniel Dubrovsky, a Currency Analyst to DailyFX.com
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