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US Dollar Shows Strength Ahead Of ECB, BoJ Rate Decisions
It’s been an interesting week across global markets, as earlier-week breakouts in both the British Pound and US equities were unable to hold, and we’ve already seen reversals to varying degrees in each of those markets.
Strong Canada Consumer Price Index (CPI) To Derail USD/CAD Rebound
Another uptick in Canada’s Consumer Price Index (CPI) may derail the recent rebound in USD/CAD as it puts pressure on the Bank of Canada (BoC) to implement higher borrowing-costs sooner rather than later.
Gold Price Drop May Continue, OPEC Mulls Extending Output Cuts
Gold prices are still stuck below resistance in the 1353.87-57.50 area. Crude oil prices stalled below resistance at 69.25, the 38.2% Fibonacci expansion.
Central Bank Weekly: GBP Steadies As Odds Of May BoE Hike Remain Elevated
May BoE rate hike odds up to 85%, and odds for a second hike by the end of year are near 50%.
GBP/USD Preserves Bearish Sequence Ahead Of Bank Of England (BoE) Rhetoric
GBP/USD slipped to a fresh weekly low (1.4161) as updates to the U.K. Retail Sales report showed a 0.5% decline in March, and the pair remains at risk of facing a larger pullback as it extends the series of lower highs & lows from earlier this week.
DXY Index Carving Out Inside Day, Lighter Calendar Ahead
The US Dollar (via the DXY Index) is carving out an inside day thus far, with today's high-low range coming within the high-low range established on Wednesday.
Crude Oil Prices Eye OPEC Meeting After Soaring To 3-Year High
Crude oil prices rose as Iraq delayed an auction of oil field development rights while officials from OPEC-led producers (notably including Russia) prepared for a meeting that may bring an extension of coordinated production cuts into 2019.
AUD/USD Price Outlook: Reversal Testing Initial Resistance Hurdles
The Australian Dollar has rallied nearly 2% off the yearly lows with prices now eyeing initial resistance hurdles.
Can Gold Prices Continue To Ignore US Dollar, Fed Rate Hike Bets?
Gold prices proved to be remarkably resilient yesterday, finishing the day with a narrow increase despite a recovery in the US Dollar and a steepening of the priced-in Fed interest rate hike outlook.
NZD/USD Price Analysis: Deeper Correction Underway?
The New Zealand Dollar reversed sharply off the yearly high-day close at 7390 on Friday. The pullback is now testing initial areas of support, which if broken, could clear the way for a larger correction in price.
DXY Index Recoups Overnight Losses On Weak Data Out Of Europe
The US Dollar (via the DXY Index) was on its way to its lowest levels in two months earlier today before a series of weaker data releases from China and Europe prompted demand for the greenback.
Crude Oil Prices Snap 5-Day Win Streak, Eye Inventory Data
Crude oil prices turned sharply lower, snapping a five-day winning streak. Meanwhile, gold prices marked time as ebbing geopolitical risk translated into firming risk appetite.
Weekly Technical Perspective On NZD/USD, GBP/USD And EUR/NZD
A look at the weekly technicals on NZD/USD, GBP/USD and EUR/NZD.
GBP/USD Throttles Towards 2018 High As USD, EUR/USD Remain In Range
The US Dollar has now been range-bound for two-and-a-half months. Much like the US Dollar, the multi-month range remains alive and well in EUR/USD.
Gold Prices May Fall Despite Syria Jitters, US Retail Sales Due
Gold prices traded higher as the markets’ mood soured in late North American trade on Friday, sending capital fleeing to the relative safety of Treasury bonds and depressing yields.
Australian Dollar Rides Out Broadly Stronger China Trade Data
The Australian Dollar showed little reaction to a broadly stronger set of Chinese trader figures Friday, perhaps because the ongoing tariff spat between Washington and Beijing has rendered them less useful as a likely gauge to the future.
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