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Crude volatility here to stay as traders eye OPEC

Updated -  Nov 30, 2015 7:50:00 AM By Fawad Razaqzada

Last week was a volatile one for crude oil. Brent and WTI prices rose in the first three days of the week but then gave back much of those gains in the last two. Nevertheless both contracts managed to eke out gains for the week and it was the first positive week in four for Brent. And following a weaker start this morning, oil prices have turned slightly higher. The volatility therefore continues as Friday’s [...] Continue Reading

Gold: Black Friday Sees Metal Hit Fresh Multi-Year Low

Updated -  Nov 27, 2015 1:30:00 PM By Fawad Razaqzada

It has been a black Friday for gold because the yellow precious metal has dropped to its cheapest price level since February 2010. And the outlook does not look bright either as the ECB and Fed’s diverging policies mean that the attractiveness of both the US dollar and stocks could increase further. This won’t be good news for the so-called safe haven precious metal, which, unlike equities and bonds, pays no dividends, offers no yield [...] Continue Reading

USD/CHF hits best level since Aug 2010

Updated -  Nov 27, 2015 7:15:00 AM By Fawad Razaqzada

The stellar US October jobs report and continued hawkish talk from the US Federal Reserve, combined with dovish central banks elsewhere has seen the dollar rise strongly this month. The Dollar Index has now climbed back to the 100 level and the EUR/USD is hovering just above the lows hit earlier this year. But it is not just the euro that the greenback has crushed. The GBP/USD is now just shy of the 1.50 handle [...] Continue Reading

GBP/JPY: Coiling for breakout?

Updated -  Nov 26, 2015 1:15:00 PM By Fawad Razaqzada

Understandably, it has been a very slow day in FX markets due to the Thanksgiving holiday in the US and the lack of any major economic data elsewhere. That being said, there have been sharp moves in some selected markets such as the Turkish Lira, which extended its decline for the fourth consecutive day after Russia imposed restrictions on food imports from Turkey in retaliation over downing of its fighter jet. Elsewhere, commodities have had [...] Continue Reading

DAX surges on speculation ECB will surprise next week

Updated -  Nov 26, 2015 6:50:00 AM By Fawad Razaqzada

It might be a data-void session and investors in the US are away for Thanksgiving holiday, but European stocks are again in a rally mode, following on from yesterday's strong gains. Evidently, traders are speculating that a beefed-up version of ECB QE is forthcoming in a week’s time, so they are buying benchmark government bonds, causing yields to fall further into the negative. The resulting lower yields and weaker euro is boosting the appeal of [...] Continue Reading

CAD/JPY potentially poised for a prodigious period

Updated -  Nov 25, 2015 3:05:00 PM By Matt Weller, CMT

Markets are calming down as US traders filter out for the Thanksgiving holiday, but there is one little-followed pair that could be shaping up for a big move as we head into next week. CAD/JPY has been consolidating in an increasingly tight range for the last three months, bounded on the top by the 93.25 barrier and on the bottom by rising trend line support (currently around 91.75). This price action has created a clear [...] Continue Reading

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

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