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EURUSD Still on the Upside ahead of ISM and FOMC Minutes?
Wednesday, 03 January 2018 / Published in Daily Morning Report, Forex Daily News, Market News
EURUSD still on the upside ahead of ISM and FOMC Minutes? So it seems, especially in Asia, the pair stumbled as sellers remained close to 1.2065s. At the same time, the EURUSD movement to the upside ahead of ISM and FOMC minutes was supported by a pause in the USD sell-off, while the most traded
New Year, New Trends, New Trades
Tuesday, 02 January 2018 / Published in Forex Daily News, Market News
New year, new trends, new trades are slowly but surely starting to turn the trading wheel as traders return to their desks and open new positions in 2018. What Does the New Year Bring for Asian stocks? On the 2nd day of January, Asian stocks jumped to a 10-year high after a Chinese manufacturing report
The Road Ahead for Yen, Sterling, Loonie, Buck
Thursday, 21 December 2017 / Published in Daily Morning Report, Forex Daily News, Market News
The road ahead for Yen, Sterling, Loonie and the Buck is steady ahead of Christmas, without any important economic releases in the pipeline. What’s in it for the Yen? Following the BOJ press conference, the Yen’s recovery against its American peers lost steam on official communication that the Central Bank of Japan maintains its policy
More on Kiwi, Majors and Crude
Wednesday, 20 December 2017 / Published in Daily Morning Report, Forex Daily News, Market News
More on Kiwi, majors and crude kick-start the trading on Wednesday. Despite the pre-Christmas market quietness, a few events keep the trading wheel turning. As the Q3 current account deficit shrinks to 2.6% of New Zealand’s GDP, the Kiwi was pushed up against the back-foot-trading USD, weighed down by the US tax re-vote. Hence, NZDUSD