Last night the monetary policy meeting minutes from AUD was neutral to continuing support AUD fundamentally, the BOJ kept the rate unchanged as expected but the future prospect of interest rate is now more upbeat.
The London & NY session were both quiet without any tier one datas; the GDT price from NZD was a -0.5% which was very low in comparison to previous ones.
Sentimentally, WTI edged higher slightly and equity markets were largely green.
Our view toward currency markets is still the same with USD continues to gain strength while AUD & NZD come as second against all weaker currencies such as EUR,CHF & JPY.
FED Yellen commented on strong jobs market to continue support the USD.
CAD continues to gain strength due to oil market and GBP has been sold on negative sentiment, particularly, the news from another possible Scotland referendum to seek independence in order to stay in Eurozone.