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The Dollar-Yen pair is under selling pressure for four consecutive days as Trump avoided to give details on his growth policies and preferred to comment non-financial issues. ... [More]
When reviewing USOIL daily time-frame, overall the trend remains upwards as there are no visible bearish crossovers in moving averages. The grey resistance zone on 54 kept the... [More]
Overall the trend remains bearish as price is staying below our main moving averages like 21EMA and 55EMA. However, the immediate bias is bullish as price retraced on 0.7172 s... [More]
The trading bias remains positive in the weekly chart. The pair stopped below the 50% Fibonacci level while remains above 21 EMA (red) and 55 EMA (green) indicating the bullis... [More]
Gold failed to break out the 1160 level and lost most of the gains of the previous week. Traders prefer risking on equities as they bet on the growing expectations on US econo... [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]
The Pound was dominated by Britain’s referendum. All GBP pairs naturally were experiencing nervous movements on the day of the vote. BOE was not able to play a catalytic role... [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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