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    • The AUD held early gains after Australia monthly CPI rose last month; AUD/USD faces still resistance ahead, while AUD/NZD is testing key support.   Source: Bloomberg   Australian dollar AUD/USD United States dollar Forex Inflation Consumer price index  Manish Jaradi | IG Analyst, Singapore | Publication date: Wednesday 27 September 2023 05:11 Interest rates could remain higher for longer The Australian dollar held early gains after consumer price inflation accelerated last month, reinforcing the growing view that interest rates will remain higher for longer.  Australia's CPI accelerated to 5.2% on-year in August, in line with expectations Vs. 4.9% in July, and 5.4% in June. While the monthly CPI figures tend to be volatile and not necessarily a good predictor of the quarterly CPI, which holds more relevance from the Reserve Bank of Australia’s (RBA) perspective, stubbornly high inflation raises the risk that the RBA remains hawkish for the foreseeable future.  AUD/USD 5-minute chart   Source: TradingView AUD/USD technical analysis Former chief of RBA Philip Lowe said earlier this month that there is a risk that wages and profits could run ahead of levels that are consistent with inflation returning to target in late 2025. RBA held the benchmark rate steady at 4.1% at its meeting earlier this month saying recent data is consistent with inflation returning to the 2-3% target range by late 2025. Markets are pricing in one more RBA rate hike early next year and have priced out any chance of a cut in 2024.  Meanwhile, risk appetite has taken a back seat, thanks to surging US yields amid the growing conviction of higher-for-longer US rates. Chicago Federal Reserve (Fed) president Austan Goolsbee highlighted the central bank’s priority, saying the risk of inflation staying higher than the Fed’s 2% target remains a greater risk than higher rates slowing the economy more than needed.  Furthermore, worries regarding the Chinese economy and geopolitical tensions continue to weigh on sentiment. While authorities have responded in recent months with several support measures, those measures have yet to trigger a meaningful turnaround in sentiment.  On technical charts, AUD/USD’s rebound has run out of steam at vital resistance at the late-August high of 0.6525. AUD/USD daily chart     Source: TradingView AUD/USD holds below crucial resistance Given the failure so far to clear 0.6525, the path of least resistance for AUD/USD remains sideways to down, given the lack of upward momentum on higher timeframe charts (see the weekly chart). Any break below the early-September low of 0.6350 would trigger a minor double top (the August and the September highs), opening the gates toward the October 2022 low of 0.6170.  AUD/USD weekly chart   Source: TradingView AUD/NZD market analysis AUD/NZD is testing the lower end of the range at the July low of 1.0720. Any break below could clear the path initially toward the May low of 1.0550. However, broadly the cross remains in the well-established range 1.05-1.11 so a break below 1.0550 wouldn’t necessarily shift the bias to unambiguously bearish.  AUD/NZD daily chart   Source: TradingView       This information has been prepared by IG, a trading name of IG Australia Pty Ltd. In addition to the disclaimer below, the material on this page does not contain a record of our trading prices, or an offer of, or solicitation for, a transaction in any financial instrument. IG accepts no responsibility for any use that may be made of these comments and for any consequences that result. No representation or warranty is given as to the accuracy or completeness of this information. Consequently any person acting on it does so entirely at their own risk. Any research provided does not have regard to the specific investment objectives, financial situation and needs of any specific person who may receive it. It has not been prepared in accordance with legal requirements designed to promote the independence of investment research and as such is considered to be a marketing communication. Although we are not specifically constrained from dealing ahead of our recommendations we do not seek to take advantage of them before they are provided to our clients.
    • Before diving into cryptocurrencies, it's crucial to educate yourself about blockchain technology, the various cryptocurrencies, and the underlying principles. Stay updated on market trends, security practices, and regulatory changes. Understanding the technology and the market is essential to making informed decisions.
    • Overnight in Asia, stock markets experienced a mixed trading session. The rebound in Chinese industrial profits provided some relief, but this was partially offset by a subdued handover from Wall Street. Australian CPI was also stronger than expected, dampening sentiment on fears that the RBA may have to raise rates again. Moving on to Europe, equity futures indicate a quiet open. In the US, the Senate voted to clear a procedural hurdle for the bipartisan bill aimed at avoiding a government shutdown. House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy has indicated that a stopgap funding bill will be brought to the House floor on Friday. US durable goods orders are the main event of the session.   
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