Australian dollar

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Hodl!

It was a good time not a long time: Here’s some detail on what’s going on from a reader. Confused why Bitcoin’s price is crashing? It might have something to do with this man: Giancarlo Devasini, CEO of Bitfinex and (as revealed by the Paradise Papers) one of the people who created Tether in the

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As BTC hodls to zero, miners dump computers en masse

The earth thanks you: BRUTAL: this is what’s happening now in a China based mining site …. 😨😨 pic.twitter.com/gcN4lVTyBt — Dovey Wan 🦖 (@DoveyWan) November 20, 2018 It’s happening worldwide: Major U.S. crypto mining and blockchain firm Giga Watt has filed for bankruptcy on Monday, Nov. 19, Washington daily newspaper Wenatchee World reported yesterday, Nov.

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Hodl to zero

Good stuff! Hodl to zero. via the FT: Pressure is building on regulators to increase their oversight of cryptocurrencies following a $15bn crash in bitcoin and irregularities at one of the world’s largest virtual trading platforms. …Central banks and securities watchdogs around the world are contemplating how to rein in the industry, where billions of

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Bitcoin resumes passage to zero

It almost looked as if it would hodl out at $6k. But no, worthless is worthless: The latest driver is the same driver we’ve noted since the beginning, regulatory risk, via Bloomie: On Friday, the SEC announced its first civil penalties against two cryptocurrency companies that didn’t register their initial coin offerings as securities. Airfox

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Australian dollar rockets as world turns on Cold War 2.0

DXY took a decent hit Friday night: The Australian dollar jumped against developed markets: Was mixed against emerging markets: The very bearish short positioning on the CFTC lifted little to -60k contracts (up to Wednesday): Gold jumped as DXY fell: Oil found some relief: Base metals too: Big miners followed: EM stocks rallied: US junk

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Oil crashes on growth worries

DXY was off little last night. EUR and CNY firmed: AUD firmed as well: Gold hung on: Oil let go big: Base metals were soft: Miners weak: EM stocks better: US junk eased more: Treasuries were bid: Bunds too: Stocks were flat: Westpac has the wrap: Market Wrap Global market sentiment: Global sentiment improved following

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Capital Economics: Labor to sink Australian dollar

Via Capital Economics: Labor’s proposals for a number of regulatory changes could worsen the investment climate and dampen business confidence, but we think their impact on economic growth would be small. All told, a Labor victory would probably lead to weaker economic growth over the next couple of years. Adding in the negative wealth effect

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Australian dollar tumbles as risk retreats

DXY was strong Friday night: AUD was weak: But not as weak as EMs: AUD shorts pulled back to -64k: Gold sagged: Oil more: Base metals too: And Big Miners: EM stocks were hammered: Junk reversed in the US: Treasuries were bought: Bunds too: Stocks fell: Westpac has the wrap: Market Wrap Global market sentiment:

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Hawkish Fed pops Australian dollar balloon

DXY popped last as CNY and EUR sank: The AUD balloon continued to float higher on its RBA stupid thermal but it burst against DXY: Gold sagged: Oil is free falling: Base metals were OK: Big miners eased: EM stocks were smashed: Junk cooled: Treasuries were slammed and the curve flattened: Bunds too: Stocks eased:

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Australian dollar outlook after the mid-terms

Bloomie is leading a chorus of bearish commentary on the USD after the mid-terms: The dollar’s bull run against major currencies could come to an end in 2019 after the Democrats took the U.S. House from the Republicans in the midterm election. While the outcome was largely expected, analysts at Morgan Stanley and Credit Agricole

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Australian dollar catches dose of RBA stupid

DXY was flat last night. EUR and CNY similar: AUD caught a dose of RBA stupid as it rose towards Futureboom! Gold fell: Oil fell: Base metals fell: Big miners fell: Junk was firm: Treasuries sold Bunds less: Stocks ground out more recovery: Westpac has the wrap: Market Wrap Global market sentiment: Risk sentiment was

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Australian dollar rally persists with risk

DXY was soft overnight. CNY weak. EUR strong: AUD was mostly up: Gold was warm: Oil cold: Base metals too: Big miners lifted anyway: EM stocks firmed: And junk: The Treasury curve flattened for the first time in a while: Bunds were stable: Stocks were up solidly but Nasdaq struggled with Apple: Westpac has the