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Nicholas Cawley is an Analyst at DailyFX, where he contributes leading news and analysis in forex and other assets.

With almost two decades of experience trading and broking a variety of fixed income products, Nick turned to reporting, using his market expertise to cover a wide range ... more

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British Pound (GBP/USD) Slumps, UK Consumer’s Mood Darkens
Cable continues its latest sell-off, testing sub-1.1900 levels, and with little in the way of good news around, further falls seem likely.
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Gold Price Outlook: Gold Slumps To Key Support
Gold rejects 1800 as USD upside picks up.
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British Pound (GBP) Forecast – UK Inflation May Hit Double-Figures
Cable is ending the week on the back foot and looks set to break back below 1.2100 on a combination of a strong US dollar and a weak British Pound.
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British Pound (GBP/USD) Shrugs Off Marginally Better UK Growth Data
After an initial pop higher, the Sterling fell back to trade just under 1.2200 against the US dollar.
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EUR/USD Nudging Higher On US Dollar Weakness
The Euro continues to push higher against the US dollar, after having traded below parity on July 14, and is now closing in on old support turned resistance between 1.0340 and 1.0382.
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Gold Price Forecast - Double-Top May Hold Further Upside For Now
Gold starts the week pretty much unchanged from Friday’s closing levels with the precious metal changing hands at around $1,775/oz.
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