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U.S. Fed Chair Yellen Speaks

 
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Oct 20, 2017
Federal Reserve Chair Jannet Yellen (February 2014 - February 2018) is to speak. As head of the Fed, which controls short term interest rates, she has more influence over the U.S. dollar's value than any other person. Traders closely watch her speeches as they are often used to drop hints regarding future monetary policy.

Her comments may determine a short-term positive or negative trend.
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U.S. Fed Chair Yellen Speaks
 
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Miswan Isa
Miswan Isa Aug 25, 2017 4:04PM GMT
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ya la ka mee, hahaha
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Miswan Isa Aug 25, 2017 4:03PM GMT
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i sell eurusd but go up, nex week go down
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Nafees Khalid
Nafees Khalid Jun 27, 2017 5:03PM GMT
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Daniele Riboli
Daniele Riboli Jun 27, 2017 10:26AM GMT
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euro was positive GBP uncertain and if USD is positive too its time to sell euro
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Besmir Hamiti
Besmir Hamiti Mar 23, 2017 2:00PM GMT
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i think positive news for USDollar but i sugest you not to trade now if you have under 1000$ balanc.
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Ameer Sultan
Ameer Sultan Mar 03, 2017 6:37PM GMT
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Confused
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Dani Suryo
Dani Suryo Mar 03, 2017 2:18PM GMT
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I think USD will be going up tonight as Yellen speaks about interest rate.
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Moamur Rehman
Moamur Rehman Mar 03, 2017 2:27AM GMT
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What Abot UsdCAD.
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MD Limon Hossain
MD Limon Hossain Jan 19, 2017 10:00PM GMT
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I Think Positive New For USD...
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Lowell Bascom
Lowell Bascom Jun 15, 2016 7:31PM GMT
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I'm not surprised that they didn't change the interest rate today. I doubt they will again. They almost tanked the economy the last time they raised .25%. That is not a healthy economy. The FED's total assets cover only .89% of the almost $4.5 trillion in debt that they have in their portfolio. That's right from their weekly statement. They can hardly afford to cover the debt they hold. They can't depend on the federal government to bail them out, because they're $20 trillion in debt that they will admit to. And, then there's the derivatives market that's pushing $5-600 trillion that's on the verge of collapse, as Europe teeters on the edge of collapse. The EU is fight to prevent the Brexit, which is looking like it's not going to succeed in preventing. That's going to hurt the EU much more than Great Britain. If Europe collapses (which it eventually will), that just starts the domino effect. So, GET A GRIP ON REALITY! There is no way that Yellen is going to raise the rate again.
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Christian Busse Sep 29, 2016 7:23PM GMT
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do you trade in tin foil hats?
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