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USD/JPY Flash-Crash Rebound Fuels Expansion In Retail Short Exposure
USD/JPY extends the advance from earlier this week even though the U.S. government remains partially shutdown, and the stickiness in the exchange rate may persist over the coming days as Treasury yields reflect a similar behavior.
European Political Tensions Helping Keep DXY Index Afloat
The US Dollar (via the DXY Index) has managed to push slightly higher on Wednesday ahead of key no-confidence votes in Greece and the UK.
EUR/USD Technical Price Outlook: Euro Testing Lower Bounds Of Support
Euro is down more than 1.4% against the US Dollar since the January high with price now approaching multi-month uptrend support.
USD/CAD Forecast: Bear-Flag Take Shape Amid Less-Hawkish Fed Rhetoric
USD/CAD holds a narrow range following the failed attempt to test the December-low (1.3160), but recent price action raises the risk for a further decline in the exchange as a bear-flag appears to be taking shape.
Gold Prices Might Make Good On Signs Of Topping On Fed Beige Book
Gold prices oscillated in familiar territory yesterday, echoing seesaw swings in the US Dollar and Treasury bond yields. Crude oil prices traded higher, tracking the bellwether S&P 500 index amid a broad-based improvement in risk appetite.
Sterling Weekly Price Outlook: GBP/USD Recovery Faces Moment Of Truth
The British Pound has rallied more than 3% off fresh yearly lows since the start of the year with the recovery failing this week just ahead of multi-month slope resistance.
EUR/USD Snaps Bullish Sequence, RSI Clings To Upward Trend
Near-term outlook for EUR/USD remains constructive as it breaks out of the range-bound price action from November.
FX Markets Await Key Brexit Vote; DXY Index Rallies, GBP Stalls
The US Dollar has returned back to the topside on Tuesday amid a downdraft of weakness in the European currencies. The Euro, hit by concerns that it’s largest economy is inching towards a recession, is the big mover on the day.
Crude Oil Prices Eye EIA And API Data, Gold Prices May Fall
Crude oil prices fell alongside shares amid broad-based deterioration in risk appetite yesterday. Gold prices edged up as the markets’ dour mood stoked haven demand for government bonds and drove yields downward.
AUD/USD Open Range Favors Flash-Crash Rebound Amid Shift In Sentiment
AUD/USD struggles to hold its ground as updates to China’s Balance of Payments (BoP) show imports contracting 7.6% per annum in December, with exports narrowing 4.4% during the same period to mark the worst reading since 2016.
USD/CAD Bear-Flag Starts To Take Shape Amid Shift In Retail Interest
USD/CAD snaps the bearish sequence from earlier this month despite the uncertainty surrounding U.S. fiscal policy.
US Dollar Weekly Price Outlook: DXY Breakdown Threatens More Losses
The US Dollar Index turned from slope major resistance into the close of 2018 with the recent sell-off breaking below multi-week range support.
DXY Index Hangs On By A Thread, Pound Rallies Ahead Of Key Brexit Vote
The US Dollar (via the DXY Index) has started the week trading only slightly softer, having entered the week at 95.66.
Gold Prices Aim Higher As Viacom Exits China, Souring Risk Appetite
Gold prices rose as early risk aversion weighed on bond yields, boosting the appeal of non-interest-bearing assets.
US Dollar May Rise As Data Flow Drives Rethink Of Fed Policy Bets
The US Dollar fell for a third consecutive week, succumbing to weakening yield- and haven-based appeal as priced-in Fed rate hike prospects fizzled while risk appetite recovered. Futures markets now predict the central bank won't tighten in 2019.
Weekly Fundamental Forecast: Trade Wars, Government Shutdown And Brexit Threaten To Stir Volatility
Theresa May’s government will likely be the headline event of the week as it looks to pressure the FTSE 100. Meanwhile, US indices will enjoy a firmly dovish Federal Reserve.
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