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ECB Interest Rate Decision Trading

RBA Interest Rate Decision | What’s on the Cards?

It’s time to prepare for the upcoming RBA Interest Rate Decision. Australia has managed to keep their new daily Coronavirus cases in the double digits and under since September 2020.

Whilst this is seen as a positive, and the economy has had a strong recovery, they’re still not back to pre-covid levels of economic growth. Large institutions will be closely monitoring the central bank.

The RBA last changed interest rates on the 3rd November  2020, when they dropped from 0.25% to 0.1%.

The consensus is the central bank will keep rates at the same level.

Interest Rate Decisions always carry the potential for colossal volatility spikes and should be considered a hazardous time to trade.

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ECB Interest Rate Decision Trading

RBNZ Interest Rate Decision | Will Economies opening up provide any surprises

It’s time to prepare for the upcoming RBNZ Interest Rate Decision.

Analysts are predicting no change this time around. They’ve been correct with their forecasts since February 2020, although this is to be expected given the current pandemic.

The RBNZ acted in a more aggressive manner than The RBA. They decreased rates from 1% in February 2020 to 0.25% in March 2020.

Although world economies are starting to try to get back to a new ordinary, analysts still predict no change in Interest Rates yet. Will they continue their correct predictions?

Interest Rate Decisions always carry the potential for colossal volatility spikes and should be considered a hazardous time to trade.

Are you a news trader?

Or maybe a breakout trader?

If you plan to trade The RBNZ Interest Rate Decision, Tweet us how you plan to tackle the volatility storm should it surface!

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Content Disclaimer: The contents of this post (and all other posts’) are for educational purposes only, and are not to be construed as financial and/or investment advice.