AUD/USD recaptures 0.6800 though stays downward pressured on a mixed mood

7/1/2022 9:40:00 PM

The AUD/USD nose-dive to fresh YTD lows near 0.6776, on harmful US manufacturing data, thought as the New York session progressed has recovered some g

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AUD/USD recaptures 0.6800 though stays donward pressured on a mixed mood By christianborjon AUDUSD Majors Manufacturing UnitedStates Macroeconomics

The AUD/USD nose-dive to fresh YTD lows near 0.6776, on harmful US manufacturing data, thought as the New York session progressed has recovered some g

A mixed market mood and a pullback in the US Dollar Index capped AUD/USD lossesSentiment has improved as Friday’s session begins to wane. US equities pare earlier losses except for the heavy-tech Nasdaq, falling 0.19%, after slowing on a weaker than expected US ISM manufacturing data, which expanded though reached a two-year low, as new orders shrank. That sounded investors’ alarms, who also flew towards haven assets and bought US Treasuries, as depicted bu US Treasury yields plunging, with the 2-year at a time dropped 25 bps, as traders priced in a “less” aggressive than expected US Federal Reserve.

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round, and is closing to the 0.ns pressured around the fortnight bottom while consolidating the previous gains.AUD/USD staged modest bounce, though struggled to find acceptance above the 0.US inflation shows some signs of topping.

6800 figure. At 0. China’s Caixin Manufacturing PMI rose to 51.6821, the AUD/USD stays depressed and ready to finish the week with substantial losses of 2%. The Fed’s hawkish outlook lifted the USD closer to a 20-year peak and favours bearish traders. A mixed market mood and a pullback in the US Dollar Index capped AUD/USD losses Sentiment has improved as Friday’s session begins to wane.1 expected and 48. US equities pare earlier losses except for the heavy-tech Nasdaq, falling 0.39%.

19%, after slowing on a weaker than expected US ISM manufacturing data, which expanded though reached a two-year low, as new orders shrank. The private activity gauge tracked the official PMIs that offered positive surprises the previous day.6900 mark heading into the North American session. That sounded investors’ alarms, who also flew towards haven assets and bought US Treasuries, as depicted bu US Treasury yields plunging, with the 2-year at a time dropped 25 bps, as traders priced in a “less” aggressive than expected US Federal Reserve. In the meantime, Timothy R. It’s worth noting that the recovery in the US 10-year Treasury yields appears to have helped the US dollar, in addition to the risk-off mood, to reverse the pullback from a two-week top. Fiore, Chair of the Institute for Supply Management, commented on the report that the manufacturing sector is being “powered” by demand while has been “held back by supply chain constraints.  In fact, the USD shot closer to a two-decade high and was also underpinned by Fed Chair Jerome Powell's overnight hawkish remarks, reaffirming a faster policy tightening path.” Furthermore, the employment index, despite contracting, shows progress, according to the survey.75, near 104.3% YoY, less than foreseen, while core PCE, the Fed’s favorite reading for inflation, heightened by 4.

Prices eased for the third month in a row while new orders fell. During the Asian session, AUD/USD traders took cues from Australia S&P Global Manufacturing PMI, which came at 56. On Thursday, the downbeat US personal spending and softer prints of the Fed’s preferred inflation gauge raised concerns over the health of the world’s largest economy and drowned the US dollar . The data would influence the USD price dynamics and provide a fresh impetus to the AUD/USD pair.2, higher than foreseen, capping the AUD/USD fall. Late in the session, China’s Caixin Manufacturing PMI rose to 51.0%, before recovering to 3.7 for June versus 50.6850 area. He said policymakers’ job is to find price stability, even during the new forces of inflation, while adding that the US economy is solid and can withstand monetary policy adjustments.

1 expected and 48. The benchmark US Treasury yields rise 1.1 prior. AUD/USD Key Technical Levels . Looking forward, AUD/USD traders will pay close attention to the US ISM Manufacturing PMI for June, expected 55.6825 region touched in May, before eventually dropping to the 0.