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GBPUSD has confirmed the Bullish Pattern

Thursday, April 27, 2017 5:29 AM GMT
Following yesterday’s post, Cable has confirmed the bullish pattern noted. The pattern is a bullish flag, which gives a potential target of 300pips to the upside. The flag’s target is near the resistance of 1.3137. [More]
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GBPUSD is waiting for Trump now

Tuesday, April 25, 2017 5:21 AM GMT
The Pound had a minor decline against USdollar yesterday. We are not expecting any major news until Friday where GDP -QoQ will be released. [More]
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GBPUSD is "dancing" on Election's rhythm

Thursday, April 20, 2017 5:52 AM GMT
The Cable is reacting early and positively on the Election announcement. The markets anticipate optimistism for the upcoming Brexit negotiations and could help a soft Brexit scenario. Most polls indicate an easy win for Theresa May (Tory party) against Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour party. [More]
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Reviewing Major Trading Zones after Jobless Claims

Monday, April 3, 2017 5:04 AM GMT
On Thursday, we reviewed the major pairs and created potential trading plans following Jobless Claims report. Let’s see what happened after the event. [More]
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Major Trading Zones before U.S. Jobless Claims and GDP

Thursday, March 30, 2017 6:40 AM GMT
We have noted major zones that define the current price action for each pair. These zones can be very useful as support and resistance areas for intraday trading setups. Moreover, if price violates these zones, their purpose can change; meaning the support turns to resistance and vice versa. [More]
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Brexitday is here..The Article 50 letter arrives..

Wednesday, March 29, 2017 5:31 AM GMT
Today is Brexit DAY! Theresa May has signed and will deliver the Article 50 triggering letter today. Most traders believe that the market has priced in the event on cable, but seems EURUSD pairs have not. On the other hand, “Sell the rumor, buy the fact” is very possible, we have seen it frequently during big events like this. [More]
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Reviewing USD pairs after NFP

Monday, March 13, 2017 6:03 AM GMT
Finally, February’s payroll report came in better than estimated, 235k actual versus 190k expected. While Labor force participation was increased to 63% (Prev: 62.9%) and Average hourly Earnings stayed unchanged. Therefore, US dollar fell against its main rivals, having its biggest one-day drop since January. [More]
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Reviewing USD pairs before NFP (EURUSD,GBPUSD,AUDUSD,USDJPY,USDCHF,USDCAD)

Friday, March 10, 2017 5:38 AM GMT
Markets are expecting 190k jobs increase this month versus last month’s 227k while unemployment rate 4.7% versus 4.8%. In the event of a positive NFP, a rate hike will be confirmed at the FOMC meeting in the upcoming week; therefore, USD dollar will be under pressure. [More]
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Intraday Trading Zones for EURUSD GBPUSD USDJPY USDCHF

Thursday, March 2, 2017 5:02 AM GMT
Jobless Claims will be in focus today but we are not expecting big surprises as a result. Upcoming News: [More]
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US Markets on the wires before Trump's speech

Tuesday, February 28, 2017 6:01 AM GMT
USD-correlated pairs are in the spotlight today. Trump’s upcoming speech will dominate the markets today after London’s close. Yesterday, Eurozone indicators were mixed while in US, Durable Goods were increased by 1.8% in January. Today, before Trump’s appearance, we are expecting US GDP to stay unchanged at 2.1% but Consumer Confidence lower at 110.9. [More]

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