Neto Trade Analysis Department

New Zealand to Surprise Markets With an Interest Rate Cut?

28 Jan 2015 @ 15:16
Following moves in other advanced economies, New Zealand might be the next nation poised to cut interest rates further.  Although considered highly unlikely with the consensus estimate for rates to remain unchanged at 3.50%, the uncertainty and volatility of the last two weeks might be the impetus needed for the Reserve Bank of New Zealand […]
 

Denmark: The Next Shoe to Drop in the Currency War?

21 Jan 2015 @ 11:58
With the Swiss making a loud departure from the minimum exchange mechanism and thus effectively exiting the currency war, traders are combing financial markets for the next weakest link in the chain.  What happened in Switzerland is rather unsurprising considering the circumstances and balance sheet risks.  The amount of Euro buying was unsustainable especially as […]
 

NetoTrade: The Gold Standard in a Sea of Uncertainty

20 Jan 2015 @ 14:44
Last week’s events provided some of the most dramatic market volatility since the flash crash that affected equity and futures markets in 2010.  The Swiss National Bank’s move to drop the minimum exchange rate and cut interest rates even further saw a near 40% devaluation in the EURCHF pair before liquidity returned.  The absence of […]
 
 
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