Forex Strength and Comparison Week 46 / 2017: FXTA

In the Currency Strength table, the CAD was the strongest currency while the AUD was the weakest. There were some significant changes last week with the GBP and CHF gaining 2 poin …
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RBNZ CHAPS OR CHUMPS? By Scott Pickering

INTRODUCTION: Is it just me, or am I missing something? I find this current FX market very hard. The equity investor approach of “BUY THE DIP” is literally driving me insane. I …
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FX: Battle of the Flags: By Mary McNamara

Both FX indices remain trapped in Flag patterns and they’ve been like this for around three months now. So, if you’ve been struggling to find some decent trends with your FX pa …
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Forex Trading Opportunities for the Week Ahead 13 December 17: FXRenew

I plan my trading for the week ahead each weekend. Here are the Forex trading opportunities I will bestalking this week. Note that this is my current view, but if market condition …
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FX: patience needed: By Mary McNamara

The US$ is shaping up to print another indecision-style weekly candle with a small real body. If you’ve been struggling to find some decent FX moves then this might be why. The U …
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KiwiBank: RBNZ November 2017 Monetary Policy Statement – A little bit closer: FXWW

From the FXWW Chatroom: Key Points The RBNZ left the OCR on hold this morning at 1.75% as widely expected. However, the Bank moved forward its forecast timing for OCR increases by …
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9 Nov: Forecast: FX: US$/Majors + trade ideas: FXCharts

EURUSD: 1.1596 Preferred Strategy:  EurUsd has had another tight session hugging 1.1600 and it could be the same again today although the China Oct inflation data could impact ris …
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CIBC FX Flows: FXWW

From the FXWW Chatroom: – Nikkei Index powers above 23k, up nearly 2% as I write, UsdJpy followed towards 114-handle where offers stalled the move. Heard Tokyo names have off …
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U.S.-China Trade War Still Biggest Global Risk, NAB’s Oster Says: Bloomberg

About one-in-five chance of trade battle, says chief economist Looming U.S. midterm elections may prompt Trump to take action Trade tensions between the U.S. and China pose a great …
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FX a bit slow but not so ASX-200! By Mary McNamara

There hasn’t been a lot of movement on the USD-based FX majors I’m watching but a couple of the cross pairs have given decent trades. The same can’t be said of the ASX-200 th …
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