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ECB Preview: seeing the glass half full? 3 scenarios

The European Central Bank is not expected to change its policy at the April 2017 meeting. Nevertheless, the ECB always moves markets and this event will not be different. The key is the tone in Mario Draghi’s press conference. And the ...

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Australian CPI only OK – AUD/USD slides

Australia releases its inflation figures only once per quarter, making every publication a big market-mover. Volatility did not disappoint this time either. The headline q/q figures came out at with a minor miss of 0.5% instead of 0.5% expected. Year over ...

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EURUSD, GBPUSD and USDJPY TA – April 26 2017

EURUSD intra-day analysis   EURUSD (1.0943): EURUSD has cleared the resistance at 1.0863 – 1.0854. This could potentially set the stage for further upside in prices for EURUSD. However, expect to see a possible pull back where the recently breached ...

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EUR: Dip buying is the way to go – two opinions

The euro is on a roll following the French elections and hopes for a more upbeat ECB tomorrow. What does this mean? Here are two banks suggesting buying dips in EUR/USD and EUR/JPY: Here is their view, courtesy of eFXnews: EUR: ...

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USD/CAD: Is this just the beginning? 1.40 is next?

Trump calls out timber to the northern neighbor. Trudeau says Canada will respond firmly and reasonably. The issues of milk and lumber cause tension. The loonie is higher. What’s next? Here are two opinions: Here is their view, courtesy of eFXnews: ...

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USD/CAD: Is this just the beginning? 1.40 is next?

Trump calls out timber to the northern neighbor. Trudeau says Canada will respond firmly and reasonably. The issues of milk and lumber cause tension. The loonie is higher. What’s next? Here are two opinions: Here is their view, courtesy of eFXnews: ...

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