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Article By: Yohay Elam
EUR/USD continues to show volatility. It’s a busy week in the eurozone. Here is an outlook at the highlights and an updated technical analysis for EUR/USD.
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Article By: Christopher Lewis
The British pound fell hard against the Japanese yen again during this week, as we continue to see a lot of risk when it comes to global markets. It makes sense that the yen gains against the pound because of Brexit.
In this article: FXE, FXB, FXC, FXY Read
Article By: Mark Mead Baillie
With Gold having settled out this past week on Friday at 1345, price "net net" is up but a mere 20% across a nearly ten-year spectrum.
In this article: NEM, GLD, SLV Read
Article By: Jill Mislinski
The Census Bureau's Advance Retail Sales Report for May was released Friday morning. Headline sales came in at 0.55% month-over-month to one decimal and was worse than the forecast of 0.7%. Core sales (ex Autos) came in at 0.50% MoM.
Article By: Michele Schneider
Many stocks have gone to new all-time highs. The S&P 500 is only about 5% away from its all-time high.With mixed economic statistics reported this past week, jobless claims up while retail sales gain, it all sounds a bit greedy to us.
In this article: IBB, IWM, IYT, KRE, SMH, SPY, XRT Read
Article By: Jeffrey P. Snider
Whether or not a full-scale recession shows up in the US is an open question. There’s less of one in US industry. According to the Federal Reserve, May was a relatively good month for industry – total output didn’t decline from April.
Article By: Michael J. Kramer
Stocks had a solid finish Friday after moving sharply lower at the open finishing down just 15 bps. The day could have turned out much worse, and it does indicate to me that the bullish momentum we saw last week may be here to stay.
In this article: MU, SMH, SPY Read
Video By: TheoTrade
Markets are on hold for the crucial FOMC meeting next week. As bonds explode higher, market prices remain elevated, and volatility low as it seems like investors are forcing the Fed's hand to lower rates.
In this video: VIX, EEM, XLP, SPY, TLT, XLF Watch
Article By: Marc Chandler
Despite disappointing jobs growth and weaker earnings growth, consumers remain resilient and so, lifted the dollar, which retraced most of the previous week's losses. The dollar rose against all the major and most of the emerging market currencies.
In this article: FXE, FXB, FXC, FXY, USO, UUP, SPX Read
Article By: Daily Forex
The Forex market's best performing currencies being safe havens, the U.S. Dollar, Japanese Yen, and the Swiss Franc. This week has a busier news agenda than last week, with central bank input due for the U.S. Dollar and the British Pound.
In this article: FXB, FXY, UUP Read


Gary Anderson Commented on China’s Wolf, Not Dragon:

This decline in China is not a victory for the West. It is a defeat for world growth.

Gary Anderson Commented on JPMorgan: "Significant Risk" Is Coming Next Week... And Nobody Is Prepared:

The Fed likely won't lower rates, but maybe later in the year.

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