Cryptocurrency Daily Roundup – Mar. 8

Cryptocurrency prices fell as sentiment was hurt by news that the US Securities and Exchange Commission asked exchanges to register with the agency and on speculation that a popular Bitcoin exchange Binance was hacked. Meanwhile, the curiosity regarding Bitcoin peaked Read More →

Google Search For Bitcoin Wanes

Internet search on Google using the keyword Bitcoin is falling, data indicates. Google searches looking for Bitcoin has reached its lowest level since October, Google Trends show. An analysis of Google Trends graph prove that Bitcoin search volume and its Read More →

Australian GDP delines; euro optimistic ahead of ECB

Fourth quarter (Y/Y) GDP for Australia was confirmed at 2.4% disappointing expectations against an expected 2.5% and a previous 2.9%. AUDUSD declined to lows of 0.7772 after opening today’s session at 0.7827. Despite the gains seen against the AUD, the Read More →

Australia GDP Expands 0.4% In Q4

Australia's gross domestic product advanced a seasonally adjusted 0.4 percent on quarter in the fourth quarter of 2017, the Australian Bureau of Statistics said on Wednesday.Original Article Read More →

Australia Keeps Rate At Record Low

Australia's central bank decided to maintain its record low interest rate, as widely expected, and policymakers were less upbeat about near-term growth outlook. The board of the Reserve Bank of Australia, governed by Philip Lowe, maintained the cash rate at Read More →

No change from RBA; Aussie virtually untouched

The USD has seen support so far early into this week, USDJPY recovered from the 16-month lows of 105.25 seen at the end of last week. The US Dollar index (DXY) is seeing consolidation just below 90 levels and currently Read More →