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President Trump: I Don’t Watch The Stock Market, I Watch Jobs
Trade tensions between the US and the rest of the world may escalate, short USD/JPY and long gold.
Risk Off Dominated After Trump Signs Bill Supporting Hong Kong Protestors
China could retaliate by threatening to back out from the US-China trade deal which is in its final stage. AUD/JPY could slide lower.
2 Reasons Why Euro Will Continue To Fall
A meaningful recovery in euro dollar looks unlikely in the coming months after Friday’s PMIs. EUR/USD could head lower.
What Does Negative Interest Rate Mean?
To understand negative interest rates, we need to understand the mechanics of why central banks cut or raise interest rates.
What Does China’s Rate Cut Mean For The FX Market?
China lowered the cost it charges on short-term open-market operations for the first time since October 2015, a move aimed at shoring up confidence following a string of poor economic data.
Sell Off In Risk-On Currencies Could Be Imminent
Antipodean currencies continue to weaken despite an improvement in risk sentiments as the slowdown in both Australia and New Zealand becomes evident through data.
EUR/NZD To Get Hit The Hardest During ECB Monetary Meeting This Week
The divergence in monetary policy between ECB and RBNZ will widen as ECB is expected to set the stage for a September rate cut and resumption of QE. EUR/NZD could dive further.
Fed To Cut Rates Despite Better US Retail Sales
Dollar strengthened across the board as US treasury prices yield lower. Stocks on Wall Street were trading lower mostly due to quarterly earnings from the banks which drew mixed reactions from investors.
Central Banks Vs Presidents, Who’s Louder?
US payroll shocker on Friday has placed markets at the mercy of Jerome Powell this week. But before that, don't forget another key event for this week – Powell’s testimony.
G-20 Truce May Lift Safe-Haven Assets
After meeting with Xi, Trump said he would hold off imposing an additional $300 billion worth of tariffs on Chinese imports, a concession Beijing demanded to restart negotiations.
How To Trade Forex In A Slow Market (Low Volatility)
Many make the mistake of trading in all market conditions or they feel lost when their strategy doesn’t work during certain periods.
Fed Signaled Rate Cut For This Year
There is no doubt Fed is leaning towards dovishness after it removed “patient” from its policy statements and mentioned that future rate cuts will be coming and the speed of when it will come is dependent on data.
A Less Dovish FOMC Could Push EUR/USD Lower
FOMC tonight may be the most important central bank meeting in June.
Fed Likely To Stay Patient On Its Rate Path
Fed may disappoint traders this week in its FOMC meeting, sell USD/JPY?
Eyes On Australia Labor Data Tomorrow
As RBA’s optimism last week was largely due to labor data, stronger data tomorrow could boost the Aussie dollar.
US Jobs Report Induces Fed To Cut Rate
May employment report will increase pressure on the Fed to provide accommodation. However, it was not weak enough to drive interest rate action at the June FOMC meeting, beyond more dovish messaging.
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