On Monday, the Aussie returned to Friday's range.
Yesterday the Aussie was supported due to rising oil prices. The iron ore made several unsuccessful attempts to gain a foothold above $60.
Today the Reserve Bank of Australia released the minutes from the last meeting. The Protocol noted the economic growth, but with the caveat that growth came in the peak of economic activity.
To date, the probability of lowering rates in September is 53%. The new motor vehicles sales decline by 1.3%.
In the US the Core CPI is forecasted to add 0.2% in July (year on year unchanged at 2.3%), the CPI is expected with zero growth. We also expect the growth of industrial production by 0.3% after rising by 0.6% in June.
The housing starts are expected at 1.18 million against 1.19 million in June, but the Building permits may increase from 1.15 million to 1.16 million. In the evening, representatives of the Fed's Lockhart and Bullard have speech. Perhaps we'll see hints of the Fed FOMC minutes, which will be published tomorrow.
How to trade binary
We would buy call options if the pair AUD/USD rises above 0.7730. However, it should be noted that the attempt to break the level of 0.7730 may be unsuccessful and the pair can reverse. In this case, we would buy put options on the mark of 0.7723. We also would buy put options if the pair falls below 0.7660.
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