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After a week of range trading, the USD should see a pick up (of sorts) as we get a little more colour on the economy from hard data rather than mere rhetoric (from the Fed). Due to the spectrum of ...
Thursday was largely a session to forget, but we saw some movement in the commodity based currencies, with the NZD bid up on the RBNZ optimism over the domestic outlook and the CAD turning tail back ...
GBP Technicals
By Talking Forex - Jun 21, 2017
Another choppy day for GBP, but the split in the MPC has taken another twist as a little over 24 hours after governor Carney’s dovish tilt on policy stance was voiced in the Mansion House ...
The main mover on the day was GBP, reacting to comments from BoE governor Carney in his rescheduled Mansion House speech. He stated that UK interest rates would not be raised any time soon, citing ...
Before the start of the trading week ahead, we have the second round of the French legislative elections, where Macron’s En Marche is fully expected to win a majority, with centrists the Modern ...
Another day, another central bank decision (2 in fact with the SNB) and another surprise result as the BoE’s MPC voted 5 to 3 to keep rates unchanged. 2 more members of the committee joined the ...
The session ahead of the FOMC is usually a quiet affair, but as we mentioned through the week, the release of the latest inflation stats as well as retail sales would add some fresh colour on the ...
Daily FX Wrap: Further CAD gains as BoC Gov Poloz hawkish leanings; GBP seeing some near term relief, but still well off recent pre-election highs. Ahead of FOMC, US inflation and retail sales on the ...
Daily FX Wrap: UK polls remain a key focus for FX markets while a substantial ADP beat helped USD GBP was a key focus once again for markets as further UK election polls continued to show a narrowing ...
Daily FX Wrap Choppy trade for month end, with GBP reversing losses to see Cable eyeing 1.2900 again. USD also losing out against the EUR, CHF and JPY, but CAD the big loser on the day despite some ...