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China GDP Beats Expectations but Can It Continue?

China's GDP figures came in better than expected, hitting 6.4% Year on Year for the first quarter, beating expectations of 6.3%.

Forex Today - Non-Farms a range reinforcer as currency markets likely to remain data driven

Watching levels, and Chinese reserve data very closely this week.

Chinese Manufacturing PMI Data Declined in April

Chinese Manufacturing PMI came in below expectations for April 2019, hitting 50.1 versus an expectation of 50.5. This still indicates growth for the world’s second-largest economy.

Markets Morning - China stimulus excites risk assets, stocks, copper, and the Aussie dollar rally

A stimulus lead bounce, but how long can it last?

Markets Outlook: Spring is in the air

A hugely significant data week with much optimism packed into the price; Positive data surprises must remain to keep this ship moving on an even keel

Markets Morning - President Trump hits Fed hikes and takes a pop at CHina and EU currencies

He's an interventionist.

Australia Today - CPI a big hurdle in the Aussie dollar recovery, ASX eyes solid mining share bounce

The CPI will tell us much about the underlying level of demand in the economy - that's important for rates, stocks, and the Australian dollar.

Australia Today - The Aussie dollar is back below 74 cents, SPI traders punting on a better day for the ASX

Bond rate rises might make it difficult for both the ASX and the AUDUSD if they continue and are sustained.

Monthly Volatility Outlook: Top Market Movers in May

The health of the Chinese economy, the Reserve Bank of Australia’s next move on interest rate and the US sanctions on Iran oil buyers loom as the potential market movers in May. Get the insights from the AxiTrader Research and Analysis team.

Weekly Preview: Heavy Eurozone Data in Focus and Optimism over Trade Talks as a Trade Deal Is in Its ‘Final Stages’

Forex markets have a lot to digest this week as traders focus on European economic data, Brexit election and US-China trade talks. How are you positioning for these high-impact events?