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USD/CAD Forecast Oct. 16-20 2017

Dollar/CAD slipped from the highs in a much-needed correction. The upcoming week’s highlights are the inflation and retail sales reports. What’s next? Here are the highlights and an updated technical analysis for USD/CAD. Canadian housing figures were mixed: housing starts beat ...

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AUD/USD Forecast Oct. 16-20 2017

The Australian dollar had a positive week, reversing previous losses. The upcoming week features the jobs report and Chinese GDP among other important figures. Here are the highlights of the week and an updated technical analysis for AUD/USD. Business confidence is ...

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GBP/USD Forecast Oct. 16-20 2017

GBP/USD managed to recover on some political calm but the moves were quite rocky, as Brexit negotiations are stuck. What’s next? Cable faces top-tier events: inflation, employment, and retail sales in a busy week. Here are the key events and an ...

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EUR/USD Forecast Oct. 16-20 2017

EUR/USD drifted slightly higher in a week that saw mounting speculation about the next move by the ECB and ongoing tensions in Catalonia. Final inflation figures and a key German survey stand out. Here is an outlook for the highlights of this ...

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USD/JPY is off the highs – Forecast Oct. 16-20 2017

Dollar/yen extended its losses from the previous week but remains entrenched in range. Mixed signals from the Fed weighed on the pair. The upcoming elections in Japan also cause confusion. What’s next? A lot depends on further Fed-speak. USD/JPY fundamental movers Fed hesitance ...

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Forex Weekly Outlook – Oct. 16-20 2017

The greenback was unable to hold onto its rally as weak inflation continues weighing. What’s next? We will hear some Fed reactions and also a wide variety of figures from all over the world  Here are the highlights for the ...

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US consumer confidence beats with 101.1

The University of Michigan was expected to report no real change in consumer confidence: 95 points in the preliminary read for October after 95.1 in September. The Conditions component carried expectations for 111.3 after 111.7 and the Expectations number for ...

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