Wages and jobs to decide Fed ‘lift-off’

Dollar index is creeping back towards 12-year highs

Struggling nickel at mercy of positioning

Significant profit-taking in bearish bets may ease pressure

Oil slip points to deflationary pressures

Fed will be wary of pushing up short-term borrowing rates

Dollar’s dip stems recent gold selling

Bullion bulls hopeful that rebound into positive territory signals a turn in fortunes

Metals correlation goes against the grain

Gold and silver remain tightly linked

Yield curve set to flatten

Seasonal factors and approaching Fed action to have impact on bonds

Summer breeds lower market volatility

Vol measures ease as China and Greek tensions abate

Overcrowded kiwi bets look vulnerable

New Zealand dollar bounces off near six-year lows after comments by John Key, prime minister

Not a great scenario for gold bugs

Bullion likes to take the escalator up but the elevator down

Why US rates won’t go up — much

Stage is set for slow progress by the Federal Reserve

Aussie tipped to edge kiwi in ‘ugly’ show

Analysts say ‘tactical opportunity’ exists in Australian dollar during long, cold winter

Back to basics with focus on earnings

Companies give investors reason to look past Greece

Euro stifled by ‘Reverse Yankee’ issues

Carry trades and euro-debt issues in US hit currency

Is the Fed moving back to waiting game?

‘Data-dependent’ rate move may be back on hold

Signs of dollar recovering bullish form

Fed minutes set to clarify latest rate expectations

Bet on Aussie offers Greek respite

Traders looking away from Greece can bet on Australian/Canadian dollar pair

Markets look to early US jobs report

Non-farm payrolls could prompt S&P 500 to test lows

Short-term volatility tracks higher

US non-farm payrolls and Greek referendum keep vol in focus

Sectors at threat from US rate rise

Dividend payers: utilities, healthcare and consumer staples at risk

Earnings may be catalyst for US rally

S&P 500 is overdue a breakout provided there is no ‘rate tantrum’

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