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The Top 5 Tweets of the Week from @FOREXcom

Updated -  Apr 17, 2015 4:04:57 PM By Neal Gilbert

Are you following the FOREX.com Research Team on Twitter? If not, you are missing up to the minute updates about market moves, insight in to what, when, why, and where of market moves, as well as links to easily accessible published material as soon as it is finished. Just in case you missed some of our most popular tweets of the week, here’s a Top 5 countdown to catch you up to speed. 5. 11 [...] Continue Reading


US CPI and Why the Financial Media is Behind the Curve

Updated -  Apr 17, 2015 8:45:00 AM By Matt Weller, CMT

If you just follow financial media headlines, you’ve missed a big shift in Federal Reserve policy expectations over the past month or two. While the national news prattles on about how the most recent FOMC minutes mean the Fed is “closer to raising interest rates” (it is, but much in the same way that running a six-minute mile means you’re getting “closer” to running a four-minute mile – there’s still a long ways to [...] Continue Reading


Dax: time to bounce back?

Updated -  Apr 17, 2015 7:35:00 AM By Kathleen Brooks

The German index has taken a battering in the last few sessions, falling some 4.5% since Wednesday. The trigger has been Greek default fears; however, surely it is starting to look oversold after such a sharp move to the downside? The tech view: Yes and no. From a technical perspective, this index could still have further to fall. It attempted to form a bottom on Wednesday when it made an inverted hammer on the [...] Continue Reading


FTSE: time to join the stock market sell-off?

Updated -  Apr 17, 2015 6:30:00 AM By Fawad Razaqzada

Although European markets are heavily in the red today and for the week, the FTSE has managed to hold its own relatively well. It hit a fresh record high on Thursday before pulling back slightly. In contrast, the mainland European stocks have sold off with the DAX for example easing over 500 points from its record level. This is in part due to growing concerns over the future of Greece where bond yields have jumped [...] Continue Reading


USDJPY’s stubborn support zone

Updated -  Apr 17, 2015 1:39:50 AM By Chris Tedder

It has been a fairly quiet day on the data front in Asia, which has kept the major FX pairs within their short-term ranges. This may come as welcome relief to traders in the region after this week’s heightened volatility due to massive amounts of headline data from within Asia and geopolitical events moving asset markets throughout the world. Despite the big moves this week, including some persistent USD weakness over the last few [...] Continue Reading


EURAUD: the bulls unite for a final charge…

Updated -  Apr 16, 2015 10:05:25 PM By Chris Tedder

It’s been an interesting week for both the euro and aussie, with a lot of movement in both currencies. The Australian dollar has been on cloud nine after yesterday’s strong employment report for March, while the euro continues to juggle with the possibility of Greek default and encouraging economic data. Overall, the aussie proved too powerful for the EUR, sending EURAUD through an important zone around 1.4000 and to its lowest level since mid-2013.  [...] Continue Reading


GBPUSD: Approaching the Ceiling…Again

Updated -  Apr 16, 2015 4:18:16 PM By Neal Gilbert

What started out as a bit of a tug of war between USD bulls and bears in the morning session of North American trade, turned in to a mauling against the world’s reserve currency in the afternoon. The USD is suffering against all of its currency brethren as a combination of uninspiring data points and mixed messages from Federal Reserve voters is giving investors fits. All in all, it appears traders are anticipating the Fed [...] Continue Reading


EURCHF: Is there Another Verse in the Bearish Song?

Updated -  Apr 16, 2015 3:20:00 PM By Matt Weller, CMT

Two weeks ago today, we highlighted the importance of the 1.0400 level in EURCHF, concluding that, “If EURCHF drops through support at 1.0400, a continuation down toward the 50% Fibonacci retracement at 1.0260 is possible by mid-April” (see “EURCHF: 3 Reasons Why the 1.0400 Level is Crucial” for more). Lo and behold, yesterday marked the middle of the month, and EURCHF came within 15 pips of the key 50% Fibonacci retracement at 1.0260 overnight. [...] Continue Reading


DOW: Channel Locked

Updated -  Apr 16, 2015 11:55:36 AM By Neal Gilbert

The first half of the North American trading session has been lacking major market moving developments as US data took turns missing and beating expectations this morning. While Building Permits, Housing Starts, and Initial Jobless Claims missed consensus, Continuing Jobless Claims, Philly Fed Manufacturing, and Natural Gas Storage beat consensus. The result of all this flip flopping of data results has engendered mostly sideways action in equities and currencies, but Gold has taken a major [...] Continue Reading


Dollar Index: buck caught by a bat

Updated -  Apr 16, 2015 11:00:00 AM By Fawad Razaqzada

The dollar has shown some strength in the past couple of hours or so despite the release of some weaker-than-expected US data. Although housing starts rose slightly last month, the 3.3 per cent increase was significantly lower than the rise of 15 per cent expected. Building permits meanwhile fell almost 5.5 per cent in March, which does not bode well for future construction. On top of this, unemployment claims surged by 13 thousand applications last [...] Continue Reading


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