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Market Review & Outlook: After EUR and CAD Volatility, Markets Look to Fed and Election

Updated  Oct 21, 2016 12:40:00 PM

This past week brought some pronounced movements in currencies after two major central bank events prompted traders to run for the exits when it came to the euro and Canadian dollar. At the same time, the US dollar renewed its surge, which compounded the moves for both the EUR/USD and USD/CAD currency pairs. Looking forward, the key events on the immediate horizon that will be important for a broad range of markets, including currencies, commodities,  [...] Continue Reading ...

EUR/JPY follows trend lower ahead of ECB

Updated  Oct 19, 2016 2:45:00 PM

EUR/JPY extended its recent fall on Wednesday as the key currency pair dropped in anticipation of Thursday’s monetary policy decision and press conference from the European Central Bank (ECB). Major clues that traders will be looking and listening for will be if and when the ECB may begin to gradually taper its extensive bond purchasing program, as well as whether quantitative easing may be extended beyond the currently planned end date in March of 2017.  [...] Continue Reading ...

EUR/USD sitting on critical level ahead of ECB

Updated  Oct 18, 2016 12:45:00 PM

As the US dollar generally remained resilient on Tuesday after having pulled back on Monday, EUR/USD fell back towards major support around the 1.0950 level. Key US inflation data out of the US on Tuesday, in the form of the Consumer Price Index (CPI), met expectations at a +0.3% increase in prices for September, showing the highest rate of inflation growth in five months. The core CPI, however, which excludes food and energy, rose by  [...] Continue Reading ...

Market Review & Outlook: Euro, Dollar and Gold in Focus Ahead of Key Risk Events

Updated  Oct 14, 2016 11:50:00 AM

Markets have made some significant swings recently as several current and near-future risk conditions have heavily impacted investor sentiment. Going forward, the next few weeks promise to be rife with potential risk and uncertainty that could move markets substantially, particularly with respect to the euro, the US dollar, and gold. First up is the euro, which has broken down sharply against the US dollar in the past week. This plunge for EUR/USD was largely due  [...] Continue Reading ...

Dollar surge and faltering euro prompt major EUR/USD breakdown

Updated  Oct 11, 2016 1:50:00 PM

EUR/USD made a major breakdown on Tuesday as the US dollar surged on increasingly higher expectations of a Federal Reserve interest rate hike before year-end as well as increasingly lower prospects for a victory by Donald Trump in the early November US presidential elections. At the same time that the dollar has been boosted, the euro showed some pronounced weakness on Tuesday, falling not only against the dollar, but also against the yen, while rising  [...] Continue Reading ...

EUR/USD remains pressured on hawkish Fed ahead of jobs report

Updated  Aug 29, 2016 4:10:00 PM

To begin the new trading week, EUR/USD remained pressured as the dollar continued to be supported ahead of Friday’s potentially pivotal US jobs report for August. Last week saw a sharp pullback for the currency pair as dollar-strength dominated currency markets, particularly in the wake of last Friday’s hawkish undertones emanating from key Fed members. Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen remarked in last week’s Jackson Hole Economic Symposium that the case for a rate hike  [...] Continue Reading ...

Market Review & Outlook: Directionless Fed Confounds Markets

Updated  Aug 19, 2016 12:30:00 PM

Market action this past week was dominated early in the week by mixed expectations regarding the Fed’s monetary policy stance ahead of Wednesday’s release of July’s FOMC minutes, and then by even more mixed opinions and conflicted speculation after the release. The Fed’s policy talk worsened the confusion throughout the week – from the highly-dissected public statements by key Fed members to the actual release of the FOMC minutes. The week started with a paper  [...] Continue Reading ...

Dollar weakness boosts EUR/USD to new post-Brexit high

Updated  Aug 18, 2016 3:30:00 PM

EUR/USD has been climbing from its post-Brexit lows for nearly the past month. Much of this rise has been attributed to weakness in the US dollar, as bets on a Fed rate hike this year have progressively diminished in recent weeks. Wednesday’s release of July’s FOMC minutes failed to help matters much for the US dollar, as the Fed was seen as sharply divided in opinion and unlikely as a whole to raise interest rates  [...] Continue Reading ...

EUR/USD remains pressured after US data helps support Fed action

Updated  Aug 8, 2016 1:00:00 PM

The US dollar remained buoyant on Monday, extending its climb from late last week after a significantly better-than-expected US employment report boosted both the dollar and the possibility of a Fed rate hike this year. Friday’s non-farm payrolls (NFP) report showed a second consecutive month of stellar results for US employment, with 255,000 jobs added in July against prior consensus expectations of 180,000. Average hourly earnings were also better than expected, rising by 0.3% versus  [...] Continue Reading ...

EUR/JPY poised for high volatility on Bank of Japan decision

Updated  Jul 28, 2016 4:50:00 PM

The Bank of England (BoE), European Central Bank (ECB) and most recently, the US Federal Reserve, have all issued their most recent monetary policy statements in the past two weeks. All of these three major central banks opted for inaction – the BoE and ECB refrained from implementing post-Brexit stimulus measures for the time being while the Fed again deferred a long-postponed rate hike. Friday finally brings the Bank of Japan’s (BoJ) highly-anticipated policy statement,  [...] Continue Reading ...

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