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GBP, NZD in focus amid ongoing yen weakness

The EU referendum campaign is in full swing in the UK, with tight polls and a pressured pound. The UK trade balance adds to the mix today. In New Zealand, the Financial Stability Report could serve as an opportunity for the RBNZ to follow...

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FX Hedging and Reducing Risk

I love to write, but I often don’t know what to write about.  My goal is to write about things that I have learned that other people could use.  So, I try to put myself in your shoes and determine what it is you would want to learn from me if ...

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EURUSD Daily Analysis   EURUSD (1.13): EURUSD was trading in a small range yesterday following the doji pattern last Friday. Trading at the support level of 1.14 – 1.1380, EURUSD could possibly extend the declines if the support gives way with the next main support noted at 1.1217. To the upside, if the current support The post ...

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AUD, JPY weakness continues – Live Market Open

The Japanese yen continued its path of weakness, falling to lower ground against the greenback. Also the Australian dollar is under pressure despite OK Chinese data. What’s next for the ever-stable EUR/USD? Join me for a live market open, hosted by FXStreet: walking...

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Gold investors are the most happiest this year

Back in the fourth quarter of 2015, when the Federal Reserve was contemplating hiking rates, many expected gold prices to fall. The bearish sentiment picked as gold prices fell nearly 10% between September 12 2015 and November 23 2015 on increasing chatter about the historic Fed rate hike. By December 2015, gold...

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AUD/USD: ‘Sell In May’ Seasonal Trade Is Unfolding – Barclays

The Australian dollar was hit by the RBA, but this is not the only thing in play: Here is their view, courtesy of eFXnews: Last week, we discussed the prospects of market conditions gradually turning less favourable for Asian currencies going into May. Indeed, the USD has turned around, as the “Sell in May” ...

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Greek Can Kicked again – this could get out of control

The Greek crisis was never resolved but it did take a winter break from the headlines. And now, like the flowers in the Spring, the Greek crisis is making a comeback, with the debt issue hanging over everybody’s heads. Will Europe manage to kick the can down the road to after...

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