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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 ...


EUR/USD on the verge of breakdown?

Updated  Jul 26, 2016 4:40:00 PM


EUR/USD has been trading in a relatively tight consolidation for the past month since the immediate aftermath of June’s Brexit vote, when the currency pair plunged sharply below a large parallel uptrend channel. That plunge brought EUR/USD back down to establish a key support zone around the 1.0900-1.0950 area. This support zone is technically significant in that it is also around the 61.8% Fibonacci retracement of the entire uptrend within the parallel channel, from December’s  [...] Continue Reading ...


Market review & outlook: Focus shifts back to the Fed

Updated  Jul 22, 2016 1:40:00 PM


Markets during the past week have been characterized mostly by a continued rally to new record highs for equity markets, most notably in the US where earnings season has entered full swing. Stock indexes have been buoyed by largely better-than-expected earnings reports, albeit on relatively low expectations. Also helping stocks to continue their climb recently have been the prevailing accommodative stances among major central banks, including those in the UK, Japan, and the Eurozone. Both  [...] Continue Reading ...


EUR/USD pressured amid strong dollar, ECB risk

Updated  Jul 19, 2016 12:50:00 PM


EUR/USD remained pressured on Tuesday as the dollar continued to strengthen on generally positive US economic data and the euro fell against several of its rivals ahead of Thursday’s much-anticipated rate decision and press conference by the European Central Bank (ECB). Although the ECB is not expected to make any major changes in monetary policy at this time, potentially following the Bank of England’s lead in its decision to defer any new easing this month,  [...] Continue Reading ...


EUR/JPY resumes climb as yen retreats further and ECB decision looms

Updated  Jul 18, 2016 3:00:00 PM


EUR/JPY started the week in renewed rally mode as the safe haven yen retreated further after having temporarily surged earlier on news of the attempted coup in Turkey. The heightened risk appetite in the markets from the past week has extended to the beginning of this week, and the failed coup has been summarily shrugged off by the markets. As a result, the appeal of safe haven assets like gold and the Japanese yen has  [...] Continue Reading ...


EUR/JPY rises to a critical juncture

Updated  Jul 13, 2016 4:20:00 PM


A sharp pullback for the Japanese yen has occurred this week on a resurgence of support for Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s brand of economic stimulus after his party’s landslide political victory this past weekend. This yen pullback has helped lead to a strong rebound for EUR/JPY this week, lifting the currency pair from near its multi-year lows around 111.00 support to hit key resistance around the 116.00 level. A few weeks ago, this 116.00  [...] Continue Reading ...


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