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Forex – U.S. Dollar Falls Despite Escalating U.S.-China Tension, Pound Flat: INV

The U.S. dollar, which is widely considered a safe-haven asset, fell on Monday in Asia even after tension with China escalated amid continuing concerns surrounding Chinese technology giant Huawei Technology. The U.S. dollar index that tracks the greenback against a basket of other currencies was down 0.7% at 95.845 by 1:45 AM ET (06:45 GMT). […]


BREXIT… SEEN AS A PROBLEM RATHER THAN AN OPPORTUNITY: By Scott Pickering

Welcome to the last official “DRIVE THRU” blog of 2018. I will do a few teasers based upon what is coming in 2019 between now and the next official “DRIVE THRU” on the 12thJanuary 2019, plus I will provide a quick year end performance summary towards the end of the month as I close down […]


Weekly Game Plan 10 Dec 18: By Justin Paolini

Doubts about the Trump/Xi agreement alongside growth fears (due to the inversion of the US yield curve) drove markets last week and China data released over the weekend isn’t any help. Look out below on equities this week as well, since China’s economy is slowing and demand is falling rapidly. If there is a negative […]


NZD Focus: FXWW

From the FXWW Chatroom – NZD opens this morning on the Friday lows and just below the 200 day.ma, but that move has again been benign relative to the Aussie dollar and global equity moves. The Aussie dollar continues to be the more correlated proxy to global growth, equities, China and general risk-off. AUDNZD selling […]


Forex Trading Opportunities for the Week Ahead 10 December 2018: 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 conditions change my view can change too. Generally I will trade in alignment with what I have noted here, though I will wait for a […]


Update on Brexit from ANZ’s Brian Martin: FXWW

From the FXWW Chatroom – There is a sombre mood ahead of this Tuesday’s vote in parliament on the EU withdrawal agreement. Despite some speculation, the Brexit minister has confirmed that the vote will go ahead as planned. It is widely expected that the vote will fail as the opposition Labour Party desperately seeks to […]


10 Dec: Trend table outlook for FX, Commodities, Indices: FXCharts

The US$ remains largely within its predefined ranges against the EU majors and the Yen, while also looking to make further gains against the commodity currencies, which are suffering from the latest bout of risk aversion. Further choppy trade may be in store, but the Euro and the Chf do look quite bid at the […]


US DATA PREVIEW: *** Primary Dealer Nonfarm Payroll estimates: FXWW

From the FXWW Chatroom: – SocGen 230K – BNP Paribas 225K – Jefferies 220K – RBC 220K – TD 215K – Citi 205K – Credit Suisse 205K – Barclays 200K – Deutsche Bank 200K – Merrill Lynch 200K – Scotiabank 200K – Wells Fargo 200K – Morgan Stanley 198K – BMO 190K – Natwest 190K […]



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