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Gold Under Pressure
Gold has been a big mover on Tuesday, though this time it’s moving south, with the yellow metal entering an overdue corrective phase after rocketing to record highs above $2k in the previous week.
How Much Juice Is In The Buck's Tank?
We finally saw a little bit of a comeback in the US Dollar into the end of last week, and it will be interesting to see just how much more of a run there is for the Buck before it resumes its decline.
Previewing The US Jobs Report
The market is expecting things to improve this month, but coming into the report, we’ve been getting mixed signals from other data.
Upbeat BOE, Positioning Ahead Of NFPs
The Bank of England was out earlier leaving rates on hold while maintaining its policy stance and QE program as per expectation.
Something's Gotta Give
Stocks are sitting at record highs, and so is the price of gold. This is definitely an interesting development that should be a little unsettling to investors.
The Bull Keeps Charging
Investors are feeling good into Tuesday. US equities have extended their recovery out from the March low, with the Nasdaq breaking to yet another record high.
US Dollar Has Seen Better Days
The rout in the US Dollar has intensified into Friday, with the Buck taking an added hit in the aftermath of discouraging Thursday data.
Taking In Two Important US Releases
As we come into Thursday, we’re looking at a market that’s seen a whole lot of Dollar weakness and we believe the Buck has been hit a little too hard and fast at this point, with the door opening up for a healthy rebound.
Resurgence In US Dollar Demand Expected
The Fed decision has come and gone and the market has taken in what was pretty much all but expected, after the central bank left policy on hold.
Will Wednesday Be A Turnaround Day?
As trade gets going on Wednesday, it feels like we could be in for a reversal of recent trends. A very oversold US Dollar could be finally wanting to make a bit of an attempt at a comeback, while stocks are showing signs of rolling over.
Position Squaring Probability
There isn’t a whole lot going on with Tuesday’s economic calendar, and after already seeing some big declines in the US Dollar over the past several sessions, we could be getting closer to seeing some form of an attempt at a recovery.
What's Next For The Buck
Everywhere you look, markets are stretched against the Dollar. We’re not talking traditional currencies only.
US Dollar Inching Closer To Recovery Phase
The Buck opens up under pressure on Monday, extending its run of declines. The Euro has traded up to its highest levels since September 2018 as a consequence and the move has been quite substantial.
Record High For Gold, More USD Weakness
Lots of movement in markets as things get going on Monday. It’s worth noting, some of the added volatility is being helped along by Japan’s return after being out for a long holiday.
Plenty Of Anxiety Into Friday
Risk-off is the name of the game into Friday. Investors are heading for the exit doors in the aftermath of Thursday’s discouraging US initial jobless claims and amidst the ongoing escalation in tension between the US and China.
Have You Looked At The Gold To Silver Ratio?
The tension between the US and China continues to escalate and now that the US has ordered the closure of the Chinese consulate in Houston, there is a risk that things could spin out even more.
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