NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks are opening moderately higher on Wall Street as the market comes off three days of losses. Banks rose the most in early trading Monday. Herbalife rose after activist investor Carl Icahn, the company's largest shareholder, said he has increased his stake. (full story)
Federal Reserve Chair Yellen’s speech at the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City annual symposium in Jackson Hole, Wyoming appeared to be a bit on the hawkish side, especially when she said the case for the next rate hike has strengthened. (full story)
In the wake of last week’s comments from the head of the US Federal Reserve Bank while at the Jackson Holy symposium, the US Dollar was broadly higher on a brighter outlook for the US economy and a subsequent interest... (full story)
TOKYO (AP) — Most global stocks slipped Monday after the head of the U.S. Federal Reserve late last week said the case had strengthened for raising interest rates. The Tokyo market was an exception and gained on prospects for a strong dollar. (full story)
NZD/USD Signal Update
Last Thursday’s signals were not triggered as unfortunately the bullish turn took place a few pips below the identified support level of 0.7300.
Today’s NZD/USD Signals
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