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ECB drives EUR/USD below 1.0600, but US data fails to extend the selloff

Updated -  Nov 25, 2015 9:05:00 AM By Matt Weller, CMT

It’s been quite a busy morning for EUR/USD traders, despite the impending US holiday. The fireworks kicked off at the start of today’s European session, when a report from Reuters revealed that ECB policymakers were weighing more unconventional monetary policy tweaks in an effort to stave off deflationary pressures in the Eurozone. The two specific policies that the ECB is reportedly mulling over include a two-tiered bank charge to help the (primarily German [...] Continue Reading

GBP/AUD: Why this week’s price action may set the tone for the rest of the year

Updated -  Nov 24, 2015 3:15:00 PM By Matt Weller, CMT

US traders are eagerly counting down the hours until the much-awaited Thanksgiving holiday, but our readers should is still a busy economic calendar between now and Wednesday afternoon, as well as a couple of noteworthy economic releases on Thursday and Friday. Key economic data remaining this week (all times GMT): Beyond tomorrow morning’s onslaught of US economic data, the other areas of note over the rest of the week will be the [...] Continue Reading

Copper bounces back … for now

Updated -  Nov 24, 2015 1:00:00 PM By Fawad Razaqzada

The price of copper has bounced back after suffering heavy losses in recent days which saw it drop for a time to its lowest level since May 2009. Not that US data had any material impact previously, but the upward revision to the third quarter GDP estimate has been cited as the reason for today’s bounce in copper and other commodities. In truth, the US numbers were far from strong, with CB’s consumer confidence barometer, [...] Continue Reading

Dovish BOE comments + decent US GDP = GBP/USD 1.50?

Updated -  Nov 24, 2015 8:45:00 AM By Matt Weller, CMT

In an otherwise quiet day in the foreign exchange market, GBP/USD has seen a relatively big drop amidst dovish comments from BOE policymakers and decent US data. During this morning’s European session, BOE Chief Economist Andy Haldane posted an annual report with his views on the Bank of England’s website. In those comments, Haldane highlighted that the risks to growth and inflation were skewed to the downside and crucially, that the Bank of England [...] Continue Reading

AUD/USD arrives at key juncture ahead of US data

Updated -  Nov 24, 2015 7:50:00 AM By Fawad Razaqzada

The AUD/USD is an interesting currency pair to watch this week amid all the volatility seen across the commodities complex. The commodity currency has so far managed to weather the storm faced by many underlying commodities – from aluminium to zinc, and of course copper. The Aussie has been boosted by recent strength in Australian data, most notably employment numbers, and after the Reserve Bank of Australia dropped its previously dovish rhetoric and said that [...] Continue Reading

NZD/USD: Evening star says sun may be setting on last week’s bounce

Updated -  Nov 23, 2015 3:00:00 PM By Matt Weller, CMT

After a broad-based dip at the start of the US session, the greenback has come storming back over the last few hours. Naturally, this has caused the earlier bounce in EUR/USD to fade, though USD/JPY hasn’t seen much a corresponding rally. One of the most interesting causalities of the dollar’s rally over the last few weeks has been the commodity complex. While most traders are likely familiar with the travails of the world’s [...] Continue Reading

Crude oil rallies in volatile session

Updated -  Nov 23, 2015 12:30:00 PM By Fawad Razaqzada

While the FX and stock markets have endured a rather dull day of trading, for speculators in the commodities market – oil in particular – things have been slightly different. Today has seen crude oil prices initially fall, then rally, then fall back and then bounce again. Yes, it has been a volatile day. In fact, the volatility has continued from Friday when crude prices started the day brightly before surrendering the entire gains in [...] Continue Reading

EUR/USD: Bounce possible after best Services PMI reading in 4.5 years

Updated -  Nov 23, 2015 9:20:00 AM By Matt Weller, CMT

US traders are dragging themselves to work for a holiday-shortened week, though they are likely to have increasingly urgent daydreams about Thursday’s coming gluttony and tryptophan-induced afternoon naps as the week goes on. Lest we get too distracted though, there will be a number of significant economic releases in the first half of the week, including US housing data (both later this morning and on Wednesday), German IFO survey figures, “preliminary” Q3 US GDP data, [...] Continue Reading

DAX: Stock market outlook still looking strong

Updated -  Nov 23, 2015 7:30:00 AM By Fawad Razaqzada

It has been a rather quiet morning in the markets and with US investors looking forward to Thursday’s Thanksgiving holiday it may well be a quieter week overall, though there will be lots of key data to spur some volatility in midweek. Today, European stocks are little-changed after opening on the back foot and US index futures point to a flattish open on Wall Street. But news that Pfizer and Allergan have agreed to merge [...] Continue Reading

Crude, commodities stabilise; outlook remains bleak

Updated -  Nov 20, 2015 7:30:00 AM By Fawad Razaqzada

Commodity prices have been more stable since Wednesday. Gold is now up for the third consecutive day, copper has halted its decline and oil is trading sideways. While gold has been underpinned by a slightly weaker dollar due to growing expectations of a so-called dovish rate hike from the Fed, copper is getting a boost in part from zinc, which has rallied sharply after ten Chinese smelters said in a joint statement they would cut [...] Continue Reading

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