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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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AUD/USD: Balance Tilted To The Downside
AUD/USD is our currency of the week. The Australian dollar moved with iron ore prices, and this meant a downfall. The pair has more room to the downside, but not necessarily on commodity prices.
What Will Wake Up The Forex Markets?
EUR/USD volatility is at its lowest since late 2014 and the euro is not alone. We examine how big political shocks merely had a temporary impact on markets.
Top Tier UK Figures, Chinese Industrial Output And More
The third week of May features a mix of data from all over the globe. Chinese industrial output starts off a week which is dotted with top-tier UK figures: inflation, unemployment and retail sales will all feed into voters’ minds.
USD/CAD – Has Many Things Going For It
The Canadian dollar is the anti-hero of the commodity crash, bearing the brunt of the slide.
BoE Preview: Carney Probably Happy With The Pound, Fearful Of Politicians
The Bank of England convenes for one of its more important meetings. GBP is close to 1.30. Make or break?
President Macron Was Priced In, BOE, US Consumer Focus Ahead
The big event of the week is the BOE’s Super Thursday, where Carney will have to be politically clever. US retail sales, consumer confidence and also inflation end the week.
Preview: French Echoes And A Focus On The US Consumer
The trading calendar is light on Monday but the echoes of the French elections as well as the NFP will undoubtedly fill the void.
EUR/USD: Four Factors That Shape The Next Move
Euro/dollar stepped up its game after the first round of the French elections. This is one of the factors moving the world’s most popular currency pair.
Technical Levels For Majors And Crosses – May 2017
A new month has begun and markets are on the move. What can we expect? Politics, economic data, and flows move markets. Here are the levels to watch.
NFP: Testing The “Full Employment” Theory – Watch Wages
The US economy gained only 98K jobs in March. Expectations are higher now: around double that amount alongside a healthy gain in wages. Are expectations too high?
US GDP Preview: Is The US Economy Grinding To A Halt? Finally The Hardest Data Of All
After a relatively slow 2016 with 1.6% growth, 2017 began with confusing data points. Business and consumer surveys point to robust growth. However, figures such as retail sales, durable goods orders and others point to a very slow rate of growth.
ECB Preview: Dovish Draghi Or A Dose Of French Delight?
The European Central Bank is unlikely to change its policy in the upcoming meeting, but it could hint about the next steps. The removal of the “use all instruments” phrase helped push the euro higher until Draghi clarified it was not that important.
Busy Days For EUR/USD With Macron, Trump, The ECB And GDP
The last week of April began with a leap for EUR/USD on the favorable outcome of the French elections, but it is far from over. Trump’s taxes are causing troubles for Canada, but will they lift the US economy?
The Week Ahead: Hard Reality For The US And UK Economies?
The last week of April starts with the echoes from the French elections and continues with key economic data. A rate decision in Japan precedes the first GDP releases from the UK and the US.
Technical Levels For Majors And Crosses – Post Easter Edition
Markets are back from the Easter holidays and they are in full swing, with the pound standing out. What levels should we look out for?
US Dollar On The Back Foot As Elections Grab The Attention
The talk of a strong dollar by the US Treasury Secretary drowned in the political rush in Europe. GBP/USD surged on the election announcement as markets cross their fingers for a soft Brexit.
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