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Dollar Edges Lower on Fear of Government Shutdown
Friday, 19 January 2018 / Published in Daily Morning Report, Forex Daily News, Market News
Dollar edges lower on fear of government shutdown, something less common yet not impossible given the current political context in the US. As US policymakers were struggling to reach some consensus regarding the federal budget deal on Thursday, the collar around the dollar’s neck tightened on concerns that the global economic revitalisation would potentially outpace
AUDUSD at Head-n-Shoulders Risk on Weak China Retail Sales?
Thursday, 18 January 2018 / Published in Forex Daily News, Market News
AUDUSD is at risk at forming Head-n-Shoulders based on weak China retail sales data, traders say. Unmoved by upbeat releases, AUDUSD tracks low retail sales data. Despite the upbeat Chinese 4th quarter GDP, which arrived at 6.8% y/y bettering the 6.7% y/y estimate, AUDUSD faces the risk of forming Head-n-Shoulders, turning a blind eye to positive
BOC on Tap, CAD in View
Wednesday, 17 January 2018 / Published in Forex Daily News, Market News
BOC on tap, CAD in view on Wednesday! Will a rate hike follow? Before you jump ton answer that question, let’s have a look at the charts.The market reacted positively ahead of the BOC decision by pricing the temporary USDCAD sell-off to an extent of 80%. Analysts suggest that should BOC choose to wait considering
USD Trading on CPI
Friday, 12 January 2018 / Published in Forex Daily News, Market News
USD trading on CPI data on Friday has picked up pace! The Consumer Price Index (CPI-U) came in 0.1% higher in December. Let’s chart it up! Within the last year, the all items index increased 2.1 % before seasonal adjustment. At the same time, the housing index rose 0.4%, which accounted for nearly 80% of