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AUSSIE: AUD/USD last trades at $0.7099, a touch lower on the day, after
operating within a ~30 pip range & closing 4 pips lower Thursday. This occurs
ahead of the release of RBA's Statement on Monetary Policy, which is expected to
confirm a neutral rate-guidance & slightly lower AU inflation/GDP forecasts
alluded to in Wednesday's speech from RBA Gov Lowe as well as in the RBA
decision back on Tuesday.
- Also worth mentioning Thursday saw some cautious rhetoric re: a possible trade
deal with China from the top White House econ adviser Kudlow, while U.S.
President Trump confirmed that he will not be meeting Chinese President Xi
before the March 1 tariff deadline, both rounds of comments weighed on risk
- Bears look for a fall through Thursday's low of $0.7089 before challenging the
Jan 25 low & the lower Bollinger band (2%) at $0.7076, while bulls target
Thursday's peak at $0.7117, ahead of the 50-DMA/55-DMA/100-DMA at $0.7156/67/68.