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Overview: Ray of light There’s been a lot of movement in equities and bonds. ECB’s Draghi all change from two weeks ago – more stimulus need if outlook doesn’t improve Trump confirms ‘extended’ meeting with Xi at G-20, propelling stock, AUD and NZD higher Bund yields to new record low of -32bp post-Draghi; 10-year USTs to […]
Moving averages are a classic technical tool that never seem to go out of fashion. Like all technical tools, they need to be understood and traders need to appreciate when they are useful and when they lose effectiveness. Another crucial discussion could be the length of the moving average, and how the trader’s objectives will […]
It’s still a slow market but at least we’re getting closer to a pullback. Most likely we should be seeing the reversal today. I just hope that the pullback will be relatively swift. Ha! That’s a joke! Well, ideally, we’ll see a reversal to the U.S. dollar downside. EUR/USD is close to finding its low – equally […]
TOKYO (Reuters) – The Australian dollar on Tuesday eased to its lowest levels since early January after the nation’s central bank flagged a further rate cut, while the British pound was hobbled by rising worries of a no-deal Brexit With markets focused on U.S. Federal Reserve and Bank of Japan meetings later this week, traders […]
From the FXWW Chatroom – The US administration’s strategy to deal with the perceived economic ailment of a persistent US trade deficit has become an increasingly dominant element in financial market fortunes, not least for the FX market. The aim of this report is not to debate the merits of President Trump’s discomfort with the […]
There is a fair bit of blue on the heat-map today, signalling that consolidation that we can expect leading into Wednesday’s FOMC Meeting. The main interest seems to lie in the commodity currencies (Aud and Nzd), and in Sterling, which all look pretty heavy, so trading these from the short side remains the preferred theme. […]
From the FXWW Chatroom – HSBC: FX Tactician Beware the risk “double whammy” • Markets may have to cope with persistent US-China trade tensions… • …and a Fed not yet ready to match the market’s expectation of swift and sizeable easing • We remain positioned for a “risk off” environment, adding a sell EUR-JPY recommendation […]
Investing.com – In what is set to be a busy week, the Federal Reserve’s latest interest rate announcement will dominate trader’s attention amid expectations that the central bank could flag plans to ease monetary policy. The Fed will deliver its decision on Wednesday, with most economists expecting no change, but persistent worries over economic fallout […]
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