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Syria-related news continues to support the rally in risk appetite, as US President Barack Obama...
The US Department of Agriculture will release its monthly World Agriculture Supply Demand Estimates...
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Published at 13:06 (GMT) 11 Sep 11 Sep USD/BRL Daily 13::05 GMT - The mild recovery has extended,...
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$USDCHF- flag break? Currently we are at 0.9339 and trying to break the bear flag.
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EUR/USD 1H chart 9/11/2013 7:45AM ET Consolidation: The EUR/USD rallied to start the week then...
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The Japanese Yen was the worst performer this week as sentiment over the emerging market meltdown cooled; but a late-week shift after the US NFPs and heightened rhetoric over Syria could boost the safe haven over the next five days.
With the August NFPs report behind us and the Taper decision still a week ahead of us, the market is still seeking out a clear speculative view.
Trading conditions are growing dangerous - not because a particular currency or asset classes is threatening an unfavorable turn; but rather because there are alluring technical setups that are likely to fall apart almost immediately after they trigger.
Volatility followed the August nonfarm payrolls (NFP) report, but not the trend and market-wide consistency in theme traders wanted. So, what do we do about the high-potential trade setups seen on pairs like AUDUSD?
An eventful week in Japanese markets should get more interesting in the coming weeks.
A sharply disappointing US Nonfarm Payrolls report was supposed to be enough to send the US Dollar to fresh lows versus the Euro, but the EURUSD finished the week almost exactly where it began.
Most traders will place their trades when they see a technical move or a fundamental spark; but in a world of probabilities, meeting only one criteria means taking an uncertain trade.
On the two year anniversary of the metal's record high at $1920, gold prices were softer for the second consecutive week with the yellow metal sliding 0.38% to trade at $1388 ahead of the New York close on Friday.
The British Pound tracked higher during the first full week of September, with the GBPUSD climbing to a high of 1.5680, but the bullish trend may be coming to an end...
Just like a car handles best on a well-defined road, many currency pairs will trace out a clean tradable path known as a price channel.
Instruments covered this week: EUR/USD, USD/JPY & GOLD
The Dow Jones-FXCM U.S. Dollar Index (Ticker: USDollar) is paring the sharp decline triggered by the dismal Non-Farm Payrolls report as it holds support.
For the second consecutive month, the headline US NFP figure missed while the Unemployment Rate dropped.
Instruments covered today: USD/JPY, USD/CHF, GOLD & SPX
Recent economic data highlights the gathering momentum in the US labor market, which should boost US Treasury yields and lift the US Dollar.
Volatility is essentially guaranteed later in the day with the August US labor market report due; but there are several UK data points that could drive the GBPUSD higher first.
A pickup in U.S. Non-Farm Payrolls produce a more pronounced decline in EURUSD as it raises the Fed's scope to scale back on quantitative easing.
We are making the final pass before the Federal Reserve decides in less than two weeks whether to Taper or not.
In recent months, the US nonfarm payrolls (NFP) report has generated greater volatility for the markets.
Price action breakouts can be a great way to take advantage of a market reversal.
Closed remaining USDJPY long; entered GBPCHF long