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 John Kyriakopoulos - “The Australian dollar is being hurt by the rise in global bond yields, driven by expectations all three major central banks will be raising interest rates this year. This is hurting commodities.”
 John Kyriakopoulos - “Perceptions that Japanese interest rates would not be rising much appeared to reverse earlier concerns about an end to carry trades, which supported the Australian dollar.”
 John Kyriakopoulos - “While commodity prices have been rising Australia's interest rate spread has been narrowing.”
 John Kyriakopoulos - “Today's BOJ meeting is a momentous event. The end of quantitative easing is near. The market doesn't necessarily believe it will happen today, but if it doesn't happen today it will be April.”
 John Kyriakopoulos - “U.S. economic reports serve to remind investors that U.S. economic growth remains solid, and as long as this continues, writing the U.S. dollar off could prove a costly strategy.”
 John Kyriakopoulos - “Higher metals prices and poor US dollar sentiment are offsetting a declining yield advantage for the Aussie, but we still see it expensive north of 0.7500.”
 John Kyriakopoulos - “The Fed is still going to 5 percent and therefore Australia's yield advantage will continue to narrow.”
 John Kyriakopoulos - “The news on the Australian economy has been far from upbeat. A benign consumer price index report will make the likelihood of another RBA rate hike disappear completely and this will potentially weigh on the Australian dollar.”
 John Kyriakopoulos - “Heightened concerns over inflation risks in the U.S. and a consequent monetary policy-induced slowdown in economic growth are keeping U.S. dollar bulls in check,”
 John Kyriakopoulos - “Heightened concerns over inflation risks in the U.S. and a consequent monetary policy-induced slowdown in economic growth are keeping U.S. dollar bulls in check.”
 John Kyriakopoulos - “It's more of the same, with the perception that carry trades are being unwound, and that Japanese bond yields rose further today probably added to that trend.”
 John Kyriakopoulos - “The outlook for the Fed policy is clearly data dependent. I cannot see much downward correction to the U.S. dollar over the near term being driven by the data.”
 John Kyriakopoulos - “Heightened inflation concerns could curb expectations of an easing from the Reserve Bank in the near term.”
 John Kyriakopoulos - “The Reserve Bank may shift to a very mild tightening bias which won't be enough to support the Australian dollar while the Fed is pushing up rates.”
 John Kyriakopoulos - “It plays to the risks of the Reserve Bank of New Zealand cutting rates earlier than its current track suggests.”
 John Kyriakopoulos - “Around 75 cents is the sell zone, which is close to the 100-day moving average which provided a bridge too far over the past nine months.”
 John Kyriakopoulos - “The price action of the last few days does suggest a potential exhaustion in the dollar's rally.”
 John Kyriakopoulos - “The price action of the last few days does suggest a potential exhaustion in the dollar's rally,”