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Regulations
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Dollar index remains lower after downbeat Empire State report

Investing.com – The dollar remained lower against the other major currencies on Tuesday, as the release of downbeat manufacturing data from the New York area added to concerns over the strength of the U.S. economic recovery.
In a report, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York said that its general business conditions index decreased to 7.8 this month from a reading of 10.0 in January. Analysts had expected the index to dip to 8.5 in February.
The U.S. dollar index, which measures the greenback’s strength against a trade-weighted basket of six major currencies, was down 0.45% to 94.03.
The euro extended gains against the dollar, with EUR/USD climbing 0.59% to 1.1421.
The euro found support after the ZEW Centre for Economic Research said that its index of German economic sentiment rose by 4.6 points to 53.0 this month from January’s reading of 48.4. It was the highest reading since February 2014, but was still below expectations of 55.0.
But investors remained cautious as Greece’s current €240 billion bailout is due to expire at the end of the month and the new Greek government does not want it extended. Athens rejected a proposed six-month extension of the bailout on Monday, calling it “unacceptable”.
Athens has until Friday to request an extension otherwise its bailout will expire on February 28 and the country will run out of money.
The clash between Greece and its creditors has sparked fears that it could trigger the country’s exit from the euro zone. The European Central Bank was to decide whether to suspend emergency financial support for Greece later in the day.
The pound edged lower against the dollar, with GBP/USD down 0.08% to 1.5353.
In a report, the U.K. Office for National Statistics said the rate of consumer price inflation decelerated to 0.3% last month from 0.5% in December, broadly in line with market expectations.
Month-over-month, consumer price inflation declined 0.9% in January, compared to expectations for a drop of 0.8% and after holding flat in December.
Core CPI, which excludes food, energy, alcohol, and tobacco costs rose at a rate of 1.4% last month, up from 1.3% in December and above forecasts for a reading of 1.3%.
Elsewhere, USD/JPY added 0.17% to trade at 118.68, while USD/CHF slipped 0.20% to 1.9301.
The Australian and New Zealand dollars were higher, with AUD/USD gaining 0.60% to 1.7819 and NZD/USD advancing 0.52% to 0.7541. In the minutes of its February policy meeting, the Reserve Bank Australia earlier said that it cut rates this month due to the deteriorating economic outlook.
Meanwhile, the Canadian dollar remained higher, with USD/CAD retreating 0.68% to 1.2383 even as Statistics Canada reported that foreign securities purchases declined by C$13.55 billion in December, compared to expectations for a C$5.35 billion rise.
November’s figure was revised to a C$4.30 billion increase from a previously estimated C$4.29 billion gain.

Dollar declines vs. rivals with U.S. data on tap

Investing.com – The dollar declined against the other major currencies on Tuesday, as recent downbeat U.S. data continued to weigh on the greenback and investors eyed a fresh batch of U.S. economic reports due later in the day.
The euro was higher against the dollar, with EUR/USD up 0.32% to 1.1390.
The euro found support after the ZEW Centre for Economic Research said that its index of German economic sentiment rose by 4.6 points to 53.0 this month from January’s reading of 48.4. It was the highest reading since February 2014, but was still below expectations of 55.0.
But investors remained cautious as Greece’s current €240 billion bailout is due to expire at the end of the month and the new Greek government does not want it extended. Athens rejected a proposed six-month extension of the bailout on Monday, calling it “unacceptable”.
Athens has until Friday to request an extension otherwise its bailout will expire on February 28 and the country will run out of money.
The clash between Greece and its creditors has sparked fears that it could trigger the country’s exit from the euro zone. The European Central Bank was to decide whether to suspend emergency financial support for Greece later in the day.
The pound edged higher against the dollar, with GBP/USD adding 0.14% to 1.5386.
In a report, the U.K. Office for National Statistics said the rate of consumer price inflation decelerated to 0.3% last month from 0.5% in December, broadly in line with market expectations.
Month-over-month, consumer price inflation declined 0.9% in January, compared to expectations for a drop of 0.8% and after holding flat in December.
Bank of England Governor Mark Carney will now have to write an open letter to the Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborn, as inflation is more than a percentage point below the central bank’s target of 2.0%.
Core CPI, which excludes food, energy, alcohol, and tobacco costs rose at a rate of 1.4% last month, up from 1.3% in December and above forecasts for a reading of 1.3%.
Elsewhere, USD/JPY rose 0.34% to trade at 118.87, while USD/CHF held steady at 1.9315.
The Australian and New Zealand dollars were higher, with AUD/USD gaining 0.58% to 1.7818 and NZD/USD advancing 0.46% to 0.7536.
In the minutes of its February policy meeting, the Reserve Bank Australia earlier said that it cut rates this month due to the deteriorating economic outlook.
Meanwhile, the Canadian dollar gained some ground, with USD/CAD retreating 0.71% to 1.2378.
The U.S. dollar index, which measures the greenback’s strength against a trade-weighted basket of six major currencies, was down 0.40% to 94.08.

Forex – Euro edges higher after ZEW, Greece deadlock continues

Investing.com – The euro edged higher against the dollar on Tuesday after data showed that German economic confidence improved to a one-year high this month, as a deadlock between Greece and the euro zone on the country’s bailout continued.
The ZEW Centre for Economic Research said that its index of German economic sentiment rose by 4.6 points to 53.0 this month from January’s reading of 48.4. It was the highest reading since February 2014, but was still below expectations of 55.0.
Sentiment among financial market experts was boosted by the unexpectedly strong rate of economic growth in the fourth quarter of 2014 and by the European Central Bank’s quantitative easing program the report said.
EUR/USD touched session highs of 1.1400 following the data, up from around 1.1385 earlier.
Gains in the single currency remained muted following a breakdown in talks between Greece and euro zone finance ministers on a new financing arrangement for the country on Monday.

Greece’s current €240 billion bailout is due to expire at the end of the month and the new Greek government does not want it extended. Athens rejected a proposed six-month extension of the bailout on Monday, calling it “unacceptable”.
Athens has until Friday to request an extension otherwise its bailout will expire on February 28 and the country will run out of money, which could trigger the country’s exit from the euro zone.
The euro rose to session highs against the yen, with EUR/JPY up 0.61% to 135.38 and was also higher against sterling, with EUR/GBP rising 0.20% to 0.7403.
In the U.K. data on Tuesday showed that the annual rate of inflation slowed to a record low in January, pulled down by falling oil prices.
The annual rate of consumer inflation slowed to 0.3% last month from 0.5% in December. It was the lowest rate of inflation since records began in 1989.
Consumer prices fell 0.9% in January from a month earlier the ONS said, compared to expectations for a drop of 0.8%.
However, core inflation, which strips out volatile food and energy costs, rose 1.4%, up from 1.3% in December.

Forex – GBP/USD edges lower after U.K. inflation report

Investing.com – The pound edged lower against the U.S. dollar on Tuesday, after data showed that consumer price inflation in the U.K. slowed to a record-low in January, although sentiment on the greenback remained vulnerable after a recent string of downbeat U.S. economic reports.
GBP/USD hit 1.5337 during European morning trade, the session low; the pair subsequently consolidated at 1.5349, slipping 0.10%.
Cable was likely to 1.5206, the low of February 12 and resistance at 1.5444, Monday’s high.
In a report, the U.K. Office for National Statistics said the rate of consumer price inflation decelerated to 0.3% last month from 0.5% in December, broadly in line with market expectations.
Month-over-month, consumer price inflation declined 0.9% in January, compared to expectations for a drop of 0.8% and after holding flat in December.
Bank of England Governor Mark Carney will now have to write an open letter to the Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborn, as inflation is more than a percentage point below the central bank’s target of 2.0%.
Core CPI, which excludes food, energy, alcohol, and tobacco costs rose at a rate of 1.4% last month, up from 1.3% in December and above forecasts for a reading of 1.3%.
The report also showed that the house prices index climbed 9.8% in December, below forecasts for a gain of 11.1% and down from 10.0% in November.
Meanwhile, the dollar remained under pressure after data last Friday showed that the preliminary reading of the University of Michigan’s consumer sentiment index fell to 93.6, down from January’s final reading of 98.1. Economists had forecast an unchanged figure.
The report came a day after data showing that U.S. retail sales unexpectedly fell 0.8% last month after dropping 0.9% in December, indicating that consumer spending remained sluggish at the start of the year.
Sterling was also lower against the euro, with EUR/GBP gaining 0.41% to 0.7420.
Later in the day, the U.S. was to release data on manufacturing activity in New York State as well as a private sector survey of home builders.

Forex – Kiwi rises against broadly weaker greenback

Investing.com – The New Zealand dollar rose against its U.S. counterpart on Tuesday, as demand for the greenback remained broadly under pressure after a recent batch of weak U.S. economic reports.
NZD/USD hit 0.7528 during late Asian trade, the session high; the pair subsequently consolidated at -, adding 0.15%.
The pair was likely to find support at 0.7429, Monday’s low and resistance at 0.7584, the high of January 22.
The greenback remained under pressure after data on Friday showed that the preliminary reading of the University of Michigan’s consumer sentiment index fell to 93.6, down from January’s final reading of 98.1. Economists had forecast an unchanged figure.
The report came a day after data showing that U.S. retail sales unexpectedly fell 0.8% last month after dropping 0.9% in December, indicating that consumer spending remained sluggish at the start of the year.
The kiwi was lower against the Australian dollar, with AUD/NZD up 0.17% at 1.0378.
Also Tuesday, in the minutes of the Reserve Bank of Australia’s February policy meeting, the central bank said it cut rates due to the deteriorating economic outlook.
Economic growth is expected to pick up later than the RBA expected, while unemployment is set to peak higher than originally forecast.
The RBA surprised markets earlier in the month when it lowered its benchmark interest rate to a new record-low 2.25% from 2.50%.
Later in the day, the U.S. was to release data on manufacturing activity in New York State as well as a private sector survey of home builders.

Forex – AUD/USD higher after RBA meeting minutes

Investing.com – The Australian dollar was higher against its U.S. counterpart on Tuesday, after the Reserve Bank of Australia’s latest meeting minutes as the greenback remained under pressure following a recent string of downbeat U.S. data.
AUD/USD hit 0.7809 during late Asian trade, the pair’s highest since February 9; the pair subsequently consolidated at 0.7800, rising 0.35%.
The pair was likely to find support at 0.7691, the low of February 11 and resistance at 0.7879, the high of February 6.
In the minutes of the RBA’s February policy meeting, the central bank said it cut rates due to the deteriorating economic outlook.
Economic growth is expected to pick up later than the RBA expected, while unemployment is set to peak higher than originally forecast.
The RBA surprised markets earlier in the month when it lowered its benchmark interest rate to a new record-low 2.25% from 2.50%.
Meanwhile, the greenback remained under pressure after data on Friday showed that the preliminary reading of the University of Michigan’s consumer sentiment index fell to 93.6, down from January’s final reading of 98.1. Economists had forecast an unchanged figure.
The report came a day after data showing that U.S. retail sales unexpectedly fell 0.8% last month after dropping 0.9% in December, indicating that consumer spending remained sluggish at the start of the year.
The Aussie was also higher against the euro, with EUR/AUD shedding 0.35% to 1.4557.
Later in the day, the U.S. was to release data on manufacturing activity in New York State as well as a private sector survey of home builders.

Forex – Euro lower after Greece debt talks break down

Investing.com – The euro was lower against the dollar and the yen on Tuesday after talks between Greece and its euro zone partners on the country’s debt crisis broke down on Monday after Athens rejected a proposal to extend its bailout.
EUR/USD eased to 1.1347, off Monday’s highs of 1.1428.
Greece’s current €240 billion bailout is due to expire at the end of the month and the new Greek government does not want it extended. Athens rejected a proposed six-month extension of the bailout on Monday, calling it “unacceptable”.
Athens has until Friday to request an extension otherwise its bailout will expire on February 28 and the country will run out of money.
The clash between Greece and its creditors has sparked fears that it could trigger the country’s exit from the euro zone.
The European Central Bank was to decide whether to suspend emergency financial support for Greece later in the day.
EUR/JPY was almost unchanged at 134.56 after falling to overnight lows of 133.92.
In other trade, USD/JPY edged up to 118.52, off overnight lows of 118.24.
The U.S. dollar index, which measures the greenback’s strength against a trade-weighted basket of six major currencies, dipped 0.06% to 94.40.

Forex – Euro weakens on impasse in Greece talks, Aussie up after minutes

Investing.com – The euro weakened further on Tuesday as talks between Greece and euro zone finance ministers reached an impasse, setting the stage for the current bailout agreement to lapse at the end of the month.

EUR/USD traded at 1.1334, down 0.18%. AUD/USD traded at 0.7784, up 0.14%, after the release of the minutes of the Reserve Bank of Australia’s most recent board meeting showed concern over the pace of growth and cut the cash rate 25 basis points to a record low 2.25%.

“In deciding the timing of such a change members assessed arguments for acting at this meeting or at the following meeting.” They preferred a February move because it “offered the opportunity of early additional communication in the forthcoming Statement of Monetary Policy,” the RBA said. That Feb. 9 statement contained revised forecasts and detailed commentary and came three days after the cut.

USD/JPY traded at 118.36, down 0.11%.

Talks between Greece and euro zone finance ministers over the country’s debt broke down on Monday when Athens rejected a proposal to request a six-month extension of its international bailout as “unacceptable”.

The unexpectedly rapid collapse raised doubts about Greece’s future in the single currency area after a new leftist-led government vowed to scrap the 240 billion euro bailout, reverse austerity policies and end cooperation with EU/IMF inspectors.

Dutch Finance Minister Jeroen Dijsselbloem, who chaired the meeting, said Athens had until Friday to request an extension, otherwise the bailout would expire at the end of the month.

Greece’s current €240 billion bailout is due to expire on February 28 and the new Greek government does not want it extended, fuelling fears over a conflict with its creditors which could trigger the country’s exit from the euro zone.

Greece’s Finance Minister Yiannis Varoufakis said Monday that he was ready to sign a document drafted by the European Commission, which outlined a deal between Greece and its partners.

However, Varoufakis said, Eurogroup President Jeroen Dijsselbloem presented him with another document, which referred to past policies and was vague in key issues such as “flexibility”, which he could not accept.

Overnight, the dollar remained moderately lower against the other major currencies on Friday, as recent downbeat U.S. data continued to weigh and as trading volumes were expected to remain light with U.S. markets closed for the Presidents Day Holiday.

Sentiment on the dollar remained vulnerable after data on Friday showed that the preliminary reading of the University of Michigan’s consumer sentiment index fell to 93.6, down from January’s final reading of 98.1. Economists had forecast an unchanged figure

The report came a day after data showing that U.S. retail sales unexpectedly fell 0.8% last month after dropping 0.9% in December, indicating that consumer spending remained sluggish at the start of the year.

The U.S. dollar index, which measures the greenback’s strength against a trade-weighted basket of six major currencies, was quoted at 94.50, up 0.06%.