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AUSSIE: AUD crosses jumped after the release of the local jobs report. A surge
in part-time positions drove employment higher, which in combination with an
unchanged participation rate brought unemployment lower, to 5.1% from 5.2%.
Expectations were for the unemployment rate to stay unch., while the increase in
employment also beat expectations. Worth highlighting that full-time employment
- AUD/USD trades at $0.6874, 29 pips higher. Following a break above the 50-DMA
at $0.6872, bulls turn the focus to the 200-DMA at $0.6881. Above there would
bring the Jan 16 high of $0.6934 into view.
- AUD/JPY last sits at Y75.41, 23 pips better off. The 21-DMA at Y75.62 remains
the initial bullish target.
- AUD/NZD has added 44 pips and trades at NZ$1.0426. Bulls look for a break
above the 50-DMA/Jan 15 high of NZ$1.0456/59. Bears would be pleased by a
pullback under the NZ$1.0400 mark, towards yesterday's low of NZ$1.0365.