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Looking ahead, most important event is coming from BOE’s Garney speech, though we are not expecting talk on monetary policy. As usual, Jobless Claims will be in focus today b... [More]
This week holds important news about AUD-correlated pairs; this will offer good volatility for trading setups. AUDUSD performed a sharp up-move and is currently consolidating ... [More]
Looking ahead, today’s Non-farm Payrolls anticipate that the economy to have added 175K jobs during January and the jobless rate to remain unchanged at 4.7%. In addition, Chic... [More]
Supports and Resistances:... [More]
Reviewing the daily timeframe, the EURUSD is on uptrend as price remains above 20 EMA and continues doing Higher Highs and Higher Lows. However, the potential rising wedge (wh... [More]
Theresa May’s speech offered a thrilling day for traders yesterday. The GBP increased almost 3 percent against USD, the biggest daily gain since at least 1998, which squeezed ... [More]
Any traders with positions open yesterday during the Trump Press Conference saw great opportunities against the dollar but big gains for commodity markets like Oil and Gold.... [More]
Today’s look on the daily timeframe shows the pair is consolidating between 1.06 to 1.05 range. There is confluence of resistances on the grey zone like 55EMA, 38% Fibonacci l... [More]
EUR/USD attracts the majority of the retail traders and institutional players. Dominated by the policies of Mario Draghi and Janet Yellen then factoring in the Brexit in the f... [More]
2016 is near its closing and with this opportunity we reviewed the EUR/USD pair’s price range within the year and what we could look forward to in 2017!... [More]

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