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The Week Ahead: Euro and Canadian Dollar in Focus

Updated  Oct 20, 2017 1:06:02 PM

In an otherwise relatively light week for global economic releases, the week ahead will be dominated by two major central bank decisions – the Bank of Canada (BoC) on Wednesday and the European Central Bank (ECB) on Thursday. Clearly, the Canadian dollar and the euro will be the major currencies in focus as markets assess whether the BoC will continue its policy path to higher interest rates and if the ECB will provide concrete details  [...] Continue Reading ...

Euro resilience faces critical ECB test

Updated  Oct 19, 2017 2:10:28 PM

Despite recent geopolitical risks in Europe posing potential threats to the euro, the common currency has managed to remain relatively resilient against its major counterparts, including the US dollar and Japanese yen. Most recently, a tense stalemate between Spain’s central government and the Catalonia region’s independence movement has also failed thus far in making any substantially negative impact on the euro. The key upcoming event that could make a significant impact, whether positive or negative,  [...] Continue Reading ...

Key Upcoming Market-Movers

Updated  Oct 16, 2017 11:25:09 AM

Week Beginning October 16, 2017 This week features the potentially pivotal 19th National Congress of the Chinese Communist Party, which begins on Wednesday. Developments during this major meeting of top government leaders in the world’s second largest economy could make a significant impact on the Chinese yuan, Australian dollar, and US dollar, among others. The Australian dollar could also be impacted by the release of RBA meeting minutes on Tuesday and the Australian  [...] Continue Reading ...

EUR/USD struggles above key support amid dollar strength, euro political concerns

Updated  Oct 2, 2017 12:56:58 PM

EUR/USD has taken somewhat of a beating in the last three weeks as the US dollar has continued to recover from multi-year lows and political concerns have impacted the Eurozone. Despite these forces pressuring EUR/USD, however, the currency pair has remained relatively resilient not too far off its early September high around the key 1.2100 resistance level. Since that high, EUR/USD has broken down below both its 50-day moving average as well as a key  [...] Continue Reading ...

EUR/GBP poised for potential breakdown amid key data

Updated  Sep 28, 2017 2:06:39 PM

Since the late-August high just above the 0.9300 handle, EUR/GBP has mostly been in a virtual freefall that has been driven in large part by both a European Central Bank that has been vague and hesitant on the prospective tapering of its massive stimulus program, as well as a Bank of England that has been sending hawkish signals on the potential for higher rates and tighter monetary policy in the UK. Exacerbating pressure on the  [...] Continue Reading ...

EUR/USD down after German election, but not yet out

Updated  Sep 25, 2017 1:10:39 PM

Although Angela Merkel’s Christian Democratic Union (CDU) party won the most votes (at 33%) on Sunday’s German federal election, as widely expected, the margin of victory was a massive disappointment for both Merkel and her conservative party’s supporters. From the last federal election in 2013 to Sunday’s tally, the CDU lost around 8.5% of the vote share. This significant loss of support was not transferred primarily to Martin Shulz’s Social Democratic Party (SPD), as might  [...] Continue Reading ...

EUR/USD maintains bullish trend ahead of German elections

Updated  Sep 21, 2017 4:49:24 PM

While it may be true that “everything is still possible,” as Former European Parliament President Martin Schulz recently stated to media regarding the upcoming German elections on Sunday, a commanding win by anyone other than current Chancellor Angela Merkel’s Christian Democratic Union (CDU) party is highly improbable, if polls are any indication. Merkel’s party has continued to lead in polling by double-digits over its closest rival, Shulz’s Social Democratic Party (SPD). While there still may  [...] Continue Reading ...

The Week Ahead: FOMC, BoJ, German Elections

Updated  Sep 15, 2017 2:31:48 PM

Amid unexpected global risk events as the trading week wound down on Friday, including another North Korean missile launch over Japan a day earlier and a train explosion in London that has been attributed to terrorism, international markets were mixed while US equities once again shrugged off concerns and continued to grind higher in record territory. The British pound surged sharply higher on the back of this week’s hawkish Bank of England decision that hinted  [...] Continue Reading ...

EUR/JPY poised to move on ECB decision

Updated  Sep 6, 2017 4:54:30 PM

As usual, Thursday’s European Central Bank (ECB) policy decision and press conference will be watched closely for clues regarding the bank’s current stance on monetary policy, including its views on Eurozone inflation, interest rates, and potential tapering of the ECB’s massive quantitative easing (QE) program. Of primary concern for euro traders will be whether or not a timeline for QE tapering will be addressed, as well as whether ECB President Mario Draghi will verbally attempt  [...] Continue Reading ...

EUR/JPY potentially signaling a new bearish bias

Updated  Aug 22, 2017 3:11:19 PM

Since pulling back from its new 18-month high at 131.39 early this month, EUR/JPY has spent the past three weeks exhibiting the potential pattern of a new bearish trend, complete with lower highs and lower lows, as well as sharp drops interspersed with relatively weaker pullback rallies. Currently trading within one of those relatively weak pullback rallies, EUR/JPY could be poised to extend its recent breakdown, especially if the euro’s latest stumble and yen’s recent  [...] Continue Reading ...

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