Forex News, Page 15

  • Waiting for the ECB

    Can Draghi pull the EUR back to $1.19?

    Earlier in the Day:There were no material stats released through the Asian session this morning to have an impact, leaving the markets to continue responding to the jump in U.S Treasury yields through the session, 10-year Treasury yields sitting a 3.03%.The Japanese Yen found some much needed support through the

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  • Euro Up Dollar down

    Short-Covering Ahead of ECB Meeting Reverses EUR/USD

    The U.S. Dollar gave back earlier profits to finish lower on Tuesday with most of the loss attributed to a rebound in the Euro. Although the 10-year Treasury yield breached the psychologically significant barrier of 3 percent, the dollar showed a limited reaction to the move with most of the

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  • USD/JPY daily chart, April 19, 2018

    U.S 10-Year Yields Hit 3

    Earlier in the Day:There were no material stats scheduled for release through the Asian session this morning, leaving the markets to consider the continued rise in U.S Treasury yields and the impact on the global equity markets and risk sentiment.Volumes through the day will be on the lighter side, with

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  • trading strategies

    New Survey Reveals What are the Most Used Forex Trading Strategies in 2018

    There are many trading strategies used when it comes to trying to making a profit with Forex however some are by far more popular than others, according to a new research. The team at TopTradingPlatforms have commissioned the research as part of an ongoing study into Forex traders in the

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  • EUR/USD daily chart, April 18, 2018

    Soft Patch Over? Treasury Yields Give the USD Bulls Hope

    Earlier in the Day:Economic data released through the Asian session this morning was limited to 1st quarter inflation figures out of Australia, with stats out of Asia on the lighter side this week.For the Aussie Dollar, consumer prices rose by 1.9% in the 1st quarter year-on-year, falling short of a

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  • EUR/USD daily chart, April 13, 2018

    PMI numbers and Trade to Drive the EUR and the USD

    Earlier in the Day:There were no material stats released through the Asian session this morning to provide the markets with direction, as U.S Treasury yields continued to move northwards, following last week’s U.S Treasury sell-off.The continued rise in U.S Treasury yields saw the Yen fall back to ¥107.79 against the

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  • U.S. Dollar Posts Weekly Gain Against All Major Currencies

    Last week was a rare week for the U.S. Dollar. It posted a gain against all major currencies. Most of the strength in the Greenback back was fueled by rising U.S. Treasury yields and expectations of more rate increases from the U.S. Federal Reserve later in the year. Increased demand

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  • Important AUD Pairs’ Technical Overview: 18.04.2018

    Inflation and Retail Sales Puts the Loonie in Focus

    Earlier in the Day:Economic data released through the Asian session was on the lighter side this morning, key stats limited to Japan’s March inflation and tertiary industry activity index numbers.Consumer prices rose by 1.1% year-on-year in March, the annual rate of inflation easing from February’s 1.5%, with consumer prices sliding

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  • Forex Annual Market Recap - 2017

    Retail Sales and the Pound in Focus as Asia Rallies

    Earlier in the Day:Economic data released during the Asian session this morning included inflation figures out of New Zealand and employment numbers out of Australia.For the Kiwi Dollar, the annual rate of inflation eased from a 4th quarter 1.6% to 1.1% year-on-year, in the 1st quarter, which was in line

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  • cad

    The BoC and the Loonie in Focus, with an Eye on Trump

    Earlier in the Day:Following a busy session on Tuesday, economic data released through the Asian session this morning was on the lighter side, with key stats limited to March trade figures out of Japan.Japan’s trade surplus widened from ¥3bn to ¥797bn in March, the widening coming from a slump in

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  • EUR/USD daily chart, April 05, 2018

    RBA Minutes and China GDP Slam the Aussie Dollar, while Trump Bashes the USD

    Earlier in the Day:Economic data released through the Asian session was on the heavier side this morning. Key stats included China’s 1st quarter GDP, retail sales, industrial production and fixed asset investment figures for March together with finalized February industrial production figures out of Japan, with the RBA meeting minutes

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  • EurDollar Notes

    Retail Sales and Geo-Politics Puts the USD Front and Centre

    Earlier in the Day:There were no material stats scheduled for release through the Asian session this morning, leaving the financial markets at the mercy of sentiment towards the U.S coalition led missile strike on Syria, lingering fear of a trade war between China and sentiment on the earnings season, with

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  • Forex News

    U.S. Dollar Finishes Higher Against Yen, but Lower Against Other Major Currencies

    The selling pressure against the U.S. Dollar started early last week with the Greenback breaking sharply against a basket of currencies in a continuation of the move that began the previous Friday in reaction to the weaker-than-expected U.S. Non-Farm Payrolls report.The catalysts behind the weakness were persistent worries about a

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  • China’s Trade Surplus Vanishes, as the Markets Monitor Noise from the Oval Office

    Earlier in the Day:Economic data through the Asian session this morning included New Zealand’s March Business PMI, the release of the RBA’s Financial Stability Review and China’s March trade figures.For the Kiwi Dollar, March’s business PMI slipped from 53.4 to 52.2.The manufacturing sector saw the pace of growth slow in

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  • Geopolitical Risk Takes Over Trade Jitters to Direct the Markets

    Earlier in the Day:Economic data released through the Asian session this morning was limited to March retail credit card transactions out of New Zealand and February new home loan figures out of Australia.For the Kiwi Dollar, retail credit card transactions jumped 1%, coming in ahead of a forecasted 0.5%, following

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  • Weak Inflation

    U.S Inflation to Revive the Dollar, While Draghi Puts the EUR in Focus

    Earlier in the Day:Economic data released through the Asian session this morning included consumer confidence figures out of Australia, together with China’s March inflation figures.For the Aussie Dollar there was further disappointment this morning, following the softer business confidence figures, with the Westpac Consumer Confidence Index falling by 0.6% for

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  • Trade War Fears

    Premier Xi Restores Confidence in Asia, Passing the Baton to Trump

    Earlier in the Day:Economic data released through the Asian session this morning was on the lighter side, limited to business confidence figures out of New Zealand and Australia.For the Kiwi Dollar, the quarter NZIER Business Confidence survey showed that a net 9% of businesses expect economic conditions to deteriorate in

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  • Trade War Jitters Ease, Supporting the USD and Appetite for Risk

    Earlier in the Day:Economic data released through the Asian session this morning was on the lighter side, limited to Japan’s current account figures for February.Japan’s adjusted current account surplus narrowed from ¥2.02tn to ¥1.02tn, which was worse than a forecasted narrowing to ¥1.39tn, while the unadjusted current account surplus widened

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  • Forex Markets

    Investor Confusion Over Trade War Escalation Leads to Mixed Forex Results

    Typically, the first week of the month is met with a spattering of light indecisive trading as investors prepare for the release of the latest U.S. Non-Farm Payrolls report. The report slate is clean for most of the week with all eyes focused on Friday’s jobs data.The price action this

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  • U.S. Dollar

    U.S. Payrolls Disappoint, but Fed Chief Powell Indicates Rate Hikes Would Continue

    The U.S. Dollar index finished lower on Friday, but the actual U.S. Dollar closed mixed against individual currencies due to the various responses to the escalation of tensions between China and the United States and a weaker-than-expected U.S. Non-Farm Payrolls report.June U.S. Dollar Index futures settled at 89.782, down 0.372

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