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Oil’s Risk to the Russian Ruble

Which of the following is expected to be the biggest challenge facing the ruble in the coming year? Market structure changes Russian Central bank politics Navigating Geopolitical challenges? Vodka prices Oil? If you said vodka prices then you were totally ...

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AUD: Lowe keeping the currency low

RBA Governor Philip Lowe spoke at the 2017 Crawford Australian Leadership Forum and laid out the good, the bad and the ugly about the Australian economy. All in all, the Governor managed to keep AUD/USD limited. The good: Lowe said the ...

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GBP/USD Forecast June 19-23

GBP/USD reversed directions and posted modest gains this week. The pair closed at 1.2776. There are 7 events this week. Here is an outlook for the highlights of this week and an updated technical analysis for GBP/USD.   British inflation levels continue to ...

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USD/CAD June 19-23 2017

The Canadian dollar surged last week, as USD/CAD dropped 240 points. The pair closed at 1.3212, its lowest level since late February. There are four events on the calendar this week. Here is an outlook on the major market-movers and an updated technical ...

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The week: ahead US housing data and time to digest

The inconclusive UK elections found Theresa May scrambling to form a coalition. She is pressured to soften her stance on Brexit, but the UK could face a fresh round of elections should her coalition crumble. UK data is also important ...

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AUD/USD Forecast June 19-23 2017

AUD/USD posted strong gains for a second straight week. The pair closed at 0.7616, its highest weekly close since March. This week’s key event is the RBA minutes. Here is an outlook on the major market-movers and an updated technical analysis for ...

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EUR/USD Forecast June 19-23 2017

EUR/USD failed to move higher and eventually dropped after the Fed raised rates. Has the trend changed? The second round of the French Parliamentary elections and PMIs stand out. Here is an outlook for the highlights of this week and an updated ...

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