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Yohay Elam has been into forex trading for over 5 years, and shares the experience and the knowledge accumulated after taking a short course about forex. Like many forex traders, Elam has earned the significant share of his knowledge the hard way. Macroeconomics, the impact of news on the ... more

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The Week Ahead: Trump’s First Week And Initial GDP Reports
Markets will have the opportunity to react to Trump’s first weekend in the White House. Afterward, top tier data is scheduled: initial GDP releases from the US will provide a final report for Obama as well as an indication for the Fed.
ECB Preview: Dark Draghi To Battle Dark Donald?
After the ECB extended QE, reduced the volume and removed the limits, no change is expected now. However, with rising inflation, really there are always questions about what’s next. Will Draghi pat himself on the back with satisfaction?
AUD/USD: Stability Cannot Last For Too Long
A busy week in terms of Australian and Chinese indicators as well as political news from the U.S promises action. Where will the Aussie go to?
Technical Levels For Majors And Crosses- Second Week Of 2017
Lines of support and resistance for the major pairs: EUR/USD, GBP/USD, USD/JPY, USD/CAD, AUD/USD, NZD/USD and USD/CHF as the US dollar loses some strength.
The Week Ahead: Focus On The US Consumer As Trump’s Presidency Nears
The second week of 2017 features US retail sales and consumer confidence, central to the economy and the Fed’s decisions. Also note PPI, China’s trade balance, and other events.
Technical Levels For Majors And Crosses – First Week Of 2017
Lines of support and resistance for the major pairs: EUR/USD, GBP/USD, USD/JPY, USD/CAD, AUD/USD, NZD/USD and USD/CHF as the US dollar continues dominating the scene.
Upcoming Events: Busy Start To The New Year: US Events Stand Out
The first week of the month is always busy, and it is even busier in the first month of the year. After we get a reminder from the Fed via the minutes, the NFP buildup continues with critical data such as the ADP NFP and the services sector report.
2017 Starts With A Bang: NFP, Fed Minutes And More
A full build up to the all-important Non-Farm Payrolls report will provide a full employment picture for the US and the FOMC minutes provide another view into the FED’s intentions.
2017: When Politics Overshadows Central Banks
2016 was a year of transition when banks stopped being the only game in town and politics had a stronger impact. In 2017, geopolitics and fiscal stimulus could lead, with central banks lagging.
Low Liquidity And Light Calendar Could Result In Wild Swings
There are very few economic indicators in the holiday week between Christmas and New Year’s Eve. Nevertheless, after the big moves in 2016 and especially December, portfolio managers might be re-adjusting at the last moment.
EUR/USD – Open, Yet Limited, Window To Achieve Parity
The divergence between the euro and the dollar has never been starker. On the monetary front, the Fed made an unprecedented move to raise forecasts while the ECB extended its loose monetary policy.
What Else This Week? GDP Numbers And Christmas Adjustments
The week leading into Christmas features final GDP figures from the UK, the US and also from Canada. Besides, look out for last minute moves as portfolio managers adjust positions ahead of the new year.
ECB Preview: Draghi Drag Or Top-Tapering? EUR/USD Awaits
A 6-month extension is on the cards and is already priced in, but the ECB could also opt for a longer extension that would hurt the euro or tapering bond-buys down, pushing the common currency higher.
Renzirendum – Only Upside For The Euro
Italians go to the polls to decide on significant structural changes to their governance and they seem skeptical. Given the hype and the unfavorable polls, this event might not necessarily be so terrible for the common currency.
Technical Levels For December 2016
November was certainly a good month for volatility, with the dollar beating the euro and the yen, as well as other nice moves. What’s in store for December? Here are our technical levels to watch out for.
US GDP Revised To 3.2% – Above Expectations – USD Rises
Better than expected data from the US: the economy grew by 3.2% annualized in Q3 according to the updated data.
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