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Crude oil bounces back after sharp drop

Updated -  Oct 1, 2014 1:25:00 PM By Fawad Razaqzada

Crude oil prices have bounced back after yesterday’s sudden plunge when the Brent contract dropped nearly $3 while WTI shed about $4. Crude’s battering yesterday came as a survey confirmed that not only the OPEC is producing more oil than is currently needed, but significantly that they are not doing anything about it. Indeed, the largest OPEC producer, Saudi Arabia, has increased its output even though production has returned to near normal levels in Libya. [...] Continue Reading

USD/JPY hits 110: will the rally pause for breath now?

Updated -  Oct 1, 2014 11:30:00 AM By Fawad Razaqzada

Overnight, the USD/JPY pair finally entered the key 110.00-110.65 technical area (see monthly chart in figure 1). The lower end of this range, i.e. 110, is a key psychological barrier while the 110.65 level was the high achieved back in August 2008. Around these levels one would expect to see some profit-taking, which in face may be part of the reasons why it has come under some downward pressure today. At this stage, it is [...] Continue Reading

USDRUB: “This is 40”

Updated -  Oct 1, 2014 8:50:00 AM By Matt Weller, CMT

A few years ago, I found myself in a common 21st century dilemma: I was staring at the RedBox display at our local convenience store, trying to decide among the (underwhelming) choices to rent for Friday movie night with my then-fiancé. Sensing my misgivings with the lackluster selection, she quickly took control and chose the movie This is 40, which turned out to be a worthwhile-if-predictable-pseudo-sequel-to-the-far-superior-prequel Knocked Up. Perhaps some Russian forex traders were more [...] Continue Reading

ECB preview: Will the ECB herald another leg lower for the EUR?

Updated -  Oct 1, 2014 6:30:00 AM By Kathleen Brooks

This Thursday we get the monthly ECB meeting. After surprising us with those rate cuts and a program of asset-backed security (ABS) purchases (basically QE-lite) last month, we doubt the ECB will pull the trigger on more policy actions at this meeting. Without any new policy actions to hide behind, the ECB could find itself with some tricky questions to answer. The first question could be around how the ECB plans to expand its [...] Continue Reading

AUD is hit by soft retail sales data

Updated -  Oct 1, 2014 12:53:33 AM By Chris Tedder

It seems the Australian dollar cannot catch a break. This time it was assaulted by sellers after disappointing retail sales figures out of Australia, despite better than expected Chinese Manufacturing PMI figures earlier in the session and news that China is loosening even more property restrictions. The path of least resistance for the battered commodity currency appears to still be firmly to the downside. However, while AUDUSD was hit hard by today’s aussie weakness, it [...] Continue Reading

Is AUDJPY about to rally?

Updated -  Sep 30, 2014 8:29:48 PM By Chris Tedder

Earlier today Japan’s Tankan survey for Q3 painted a stronger than expected picture of corporate sentiment. Tankan Large Manufacturing Index jumped to 13 – exp. 10; prior 12 – and Tankan Large All Industry CAPEX rose 8.6% – exp. 7.0%; prior 7.4%. Japan’s Non-Manufacturing Tankan Index missed expectations at 13 (exp. 17), but this is largely being ignored in the face of the stronger than expected data from the manufacturing sector. The yen found [...] Continue Reading

USDCAD: Up, Up, and Away!

Updated -  Sep 30, 2014 3:00:00 PM By Matt Weller, CMT

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’re aware of this month’s incredible rally in the US Dollar. While some currencies like the euro, yen, and New Zealand dollar are testing multi-year lows against the greenback, other currency pairs have seen more limited appreciation in the world’s reserve currency; for traders who expect the buck’s rally to continue, these currency pairs may offer good trade opportunities as they “catch up” with their rivals. A [...] Continue Reading

Precious metals: rallying dollar continues to undermine gold and silver

Updated -  Sep 30, 2014 11:45:00 AM By Fawad Razaqzada

The price of gold and silver fell once again this morning and as the metals broke below their recent range lows some follow-up technical selling was triggered which helped to further accelerate the downward move. Yet again, it was the broad-based dollar strength that undermined precious metals. The US currency has been climbing higher on expectations the Federal Reserve will be the first major central bank to raise interest rates in 2015. The greenback found [...] Continue Reading

Can anything stop the dollar in its tracks?

Updated -  Sep 30, 2014 8:40:00 AM By Kathleen Brooks

The dollar is back. After taking a breather on Monday, it is continuing to push northwards as we move into the last day of the month. September has been a stellar month for the greenback; the dollar index has risen by 3%, its best monthly performance for 2 years. What is more amazing is that the USD has risen even though the August payrolls report was much weaker than expected, and even though some Fed [...] Continue Reading

NZDJPY: Long-Term Chart Suggests Major Top Has Formed

Updated -  Sep 30, 2014 8:40:00 AM By Matt Weller, CMT

King Dollar remains on his throne for another day as all the other peasant currencies continue to battle for second place. While the dollar remains the strongest trend in the market, some traders are growing concerned that the greenback’s rally has gone too far, too fast. For those traders, it can be worthwhile to examine cross currency pairs to evaluate the relative strength and trends independent of the US dollar. One of the more interesting [...] Continue Reading

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