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Trade tension with Europe appears to have scaled back, but the row between the US and China could prolong the deadlock on most FX majors throughout August. Meanwhile, the Fed, the BoJ and the BoE may...
U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell's semi-annual testimony on the economy and monetary policy before the Senate Banking Committee on Tuesday will be keenly watched by investors. If, as we...
The Bank of Canada raised rates today, as widely expected, and suggested that more rate hikes were in the pipeline. Our USD/CAD short is back in black now.We opened AUD/USD long on today's dip. This...
The USD hit three-week lows on Friday after data showed the US economy created more jobs than expected in June, but a closely watched inflation gauge - wage growth - rose less than forecast and the...
The euro climbed on Thursday’s following strong German data, though gains were capped before the release of Fed minutes later in the day. Media reports that the European Central Bank may be...
Our EUR/USD short is in progress now and a close below 1.1623 would open the way to stronger drop. We have lowered stop-loss to the entry point on this trade. We expect continuation of GBP/USD fall as...
The MPC left monetary policy on hold at its meeting that ended yesterday, in line with prior expectations. However, this was not the uneventful meeting that we and many others had expected, with the...
The GBP rebounded against the dollar and the euro on Thursday after the Bank of England kept interest rates on hold but a vote for a hike by its chief economist heightened expectations that it could...
The Bank of England will announce the monetary policy decision of the MPC meeting today. We expect the MPC to vote 7-2 in favor of maintaining the bank rate at 0.50% – a repeat of the May vote...
ECB President Mario Draghi and his U.S. counterpart Jerome Powell were speaking before a central banking conference in Sintra today. The forces holding back wages in the euro zone are gradually waning...