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Surprise Improvement in Chinese Factory Activity Sets Bullish Weekly Tone for Aussie, Kiwi; Yen Up on Risk Concerns

Risk factors were primarily responsible for the movement in the safe-haven Japanese Yen, while the commodity-linked Australian and New Zealand Dollars were underpinned by sharply higher crude oil prices. The Aussie and Kiwi were also supported by a surprise improvement in Chinese manufacturing activity.

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The Crypto Daily – Movers and Shakers -08/12/19

A bearish start to the day sees the major support levels tested as Bitcoin coughs up gains from earlier in the week. Bitcoin will need to hit $7,580 to recover…

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Energy Recap: OPEC Leaves Traders Guessing, Setting Up Volatile Move on Friday

Reuters reported that oil producers led by Saudi Arabia and Russia reached a deal in principle on Thursday to cut output by an extra 500,000 barrels a day in the first quarter of 2020 but stopped short of pledging action beyond March.

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James Hyerczyk
James Hyerczyk

US Stock Market: Will Rally Be Able to Continue without Earnings Support?

Given the ongoing trade issues, the political drama in Washington, the Fed’s multiple moves and geopolitical uncertainties, the one constant this year underpinning stocks has been corporate earnings results.

James Hyerczyk
James Hyerczyk

Wrong Response by Trump to China’s Countermeasures Threat Could Blow Up Trade Deal

What traders could be waiting for is Trump’s response. Will he defy his promise to Chinese President Xi Jinping, or will he remain silent?  It’s highly unusual for Trump to remain silent for too long especially when a foreign country threatens the U.S. with “strong countermeasures.”

James Hyerczyk
James Hyerczyk

Two-Weeks Before Fed Meeting, Policymakers Remain Divided Over Rate Cut

One group like Fed Chair Jerome Powell believes the outlook is generally positive. Another believes the U.S. economy needs even easier policy to avoid sinking into a recession. Still a third group believes the Fed has gone far enough or even a little too far in trying to revitalize the

James Hyerczyk
James Hyerczyk

We’ll Know How the Meeting Went by How Trump Handles October 15 Delayed Tariffs

If Trump moves forward with the tariffs on October 15 then this will complicate matters since it will indicate that both sides are still far apart and Trump feels China needs to continue to feel pressure in order to finish a deal in a timely manner.

James Hyerczyk
James Hyerczyk

US Equity Indexes: Short-Term Volatility Expected Due to Rate Cut Uncertainty

While some wait for a recession, others are watching for a potential jump in inflation that could derail any thoughts of future rate cuts by the Fed.

James Hyerczyk
James Hyerczyk

Euro Rebounds as ECB Underwhelms; Draghi Faced Opposition to QE

Draghi was also hurt by a headline from Bloomberg that said he faced opposition from several key ECB governors in his ultimately successful bid to restart quantitative easing, according to officials with knowledge of the matter.

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cTrader Desktop 3.7 Includes Economic Calendar & Multi-Symbol Backtesting

Spotware, an award-winning financial technology provider has now announced the release of cTrader Desktop 3.7 Beta.

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