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The Fed re-awakens – Live Market Open

From almost no chance for a Fed hike to a wide open door, the Fed went hawkish and the greenback certainly likes it. The Fed-fest is not over as today we’ll hear from a major dove, among other events. Join me for a live market open, hosted...

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FOMC Minutes: Sell opportunity on USD? [Video]

The dollar has strengthened on hawkish comments but from not-too-influential Fed members. Will the trend reverse or will the minutes provide fuel for the next move? A preview of the big event for the week. Video preview for the Fed meeting minutes due on Wednesday, May 18th, at 18:00 GMT and ...

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Elliott Wave Analysis on German DAX and GOLD

German DAX On Dax we are looking down, currently into a fifth wave that is a final leg of a bearish impulse from 10521 high, so actually the bearish move can be coming to an end, but there is still room for another 200 or 300 point drop before bottom is reached; ideally at 9500-9600 The post Elliott ...

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Elliott Wave Analysis on USDJPY and AUDUSD

USDJPY As expected USDJPY hits 110.67 level which was our minimum upward objective last week, based on the projection for a third wave up that we marked it as wave C or wave 3. For now it can still be a little early to confirm if the rally up is corrective ...

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Positive mood ahead of important Chinese data

Commodity currencies are leading the charge in a positive sentiment that keeps EUR/USD in balance and the yen on the back foot, quite different than previous days. The next market mood depends a lot on Chinese trade data: these are figures that are hard to disguise. Watch out for the changes in ...

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Market volatility rises

Currency markets are in what can only be described as a state of flux at the moment. Leaving aside the yen, which has risen for the past seven consecutive sessions, we’ve seen the dominant trends of the past few weeks partially reversed (or at least stalled), making the bigger directional movements far harder to call. ...

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