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The Top 5 Tweets of the Week from @FOREXcom

Updated -  Mar 27, 2015 3:30:49 PM By Neal Gilbert

Are you following the 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. (tie) [...] Continue Reading

Can Janet Yellen put the dollar uptrend back on track?

Updated -  Mar 27, 2015 10:40:00 AM By Kathleen Brooks

When Fed chief Yellen speaks in San Francisco at 1945 GMT/ 1545 ET later today the markets may pay as much attention as they did during last week’s FOMC meeting as her topic is monetary policy. Back then she was very cautious on the outlook for rates, although the Fed mentioned that they would no longer be patient when it comes to rising rates, they weren’t impatient to raise them either. This caused a major [...] Continue Reading

S&P turns lower on the year

Updated -  Mar 27, 2015 8:45:00 AM By Fawad Razaqzada

The S&P has edged into the negative territory for the year. In contrast, European markets are sharply higher with the DAX up 21%, Euro Stoxx 50 and CAC both 17% higher, and the FTSE lagging behind with a gain of 4.5% year-to-date. In Japan, the Nikkei is up a good 11% so far this year. Clearly funds are flowing into regions where the central bank is still uber-dovish. Whereas the US Federal Reserve is preparing [...] Continue Reading

Japan is dangerously close to deflationary territory

Updated -  Mar 27, 2015 12:30:25 AM By Chris Tedder

Core consumer price growth hit 0% during February in Japan once the effects of a higher sales tax are taken out. Headline consumer prices rose 2.2% y/y as expected but the core CPI rose 2.0% y/y, missing an expected 2.1% increase and slower than a 2.2% gain January (the BoJ estimates that a higher consumption tax adds around 2.0% to core inflation). Falling oil prices and lacklustre domestic demand are the main reasons for [...] Continue Reading

GBPUSD: Breaking the Ascending Triangle

Updated -  Mar 26, 2015 3:51:01 PM By Neal Gilbert

The second half of North American trade was notably more somber this afternoon as the world became aware of the events leading up to the Germanwings plane crash earlier this week. While financially important events, like speeches by central bankers, were happening, they all seemed to fade in to the background as more important societal elements were the main topic of discussion. Amidst all this contemplation of human depravity, US equity markets maintained their early [...] Continue Reading

Has the EUR/USD’s downtrend resumed?

Updated -  Mar 26, 2015 1:25:00 PM By Fawad Razaqzada

You may have seen a couple of tweets from us on the EUR/USD currency pair, highlighting the false breakout above the 1.1040 handle earlier today. As this could turn out to be a significant reversal in the trend, we thought we should send out a quick note with a chart to put some more colour behind this potentially bearish setup. My colleague Neal Gilbert has already covered the fundamental drivers of the USD in his [...] Continue Reading

USDCAD: Bottom Range Feeding

Updated -  Mar 26, 2015 11:43:26 AM By Neal Gilbert

The North American morning has been a little different than the past couple days in a variety of ways as equity markets are down, but rallying heading in to lunch and the USD is performing admirably after relinquishing more ground in European trade. Helping the US case is the fact that a majority of US data releases were pretty positive as Weekly Initial Jobless Claims and Markit Flash Services & Composite PMIs beat consensus expectations.  [...] Continue Reading

How strong is the relationship between the dollar and commodities?

Updated -  Mar 26, 2015 11:20:00 AM By Kathleen Brooks

The dollar and its relationship with commodities has been talked about a lot recently. The sharp dollar increase in the second half of the year was blamed for the large sell off in the price of oil and other commodities, now that the dollar has given back some of its recent gains, the dollar sell-off is being seen as a contributing factor to the increase in the oil price. However, it is never as [...] Continue Reading

Stocks: Wall Street set for another weaker open

Updated -  Mar 26, 2015 8:00:00 AM By Fawad Razaqzada

US stock index futures point to a weaker open on Wall Street today. Following the near 300-point drop yesterday, the Dow is currently another 120 points worse off at 17600. Sentiment has been hit by the increased military action in Yemen. Although Yemen itself plays no major role in the financial markets, this is yet another Middle Eastern nation to fall in the hands of the rebels. Significantly, the Houthis are Shia rebels and they [...] Continue Reading

USDJPY: as the dollar sells off, watch the cloud

Updated -  Mar 26, 2015 5:30:00 AM By Kathleen Brooks

It looks like a combination of weaker US economic data; tensions in the Middle East and a sharp decline in the dollar index have started to bite USDJPY, which has fallen below 118.50 on Thursday. It is also coming up to fiscal year end in Japan, which can have a positive impact on the yen. Key support ahead The biggest short –term risk to this pair from a technical perspective is a break [...] Continue Reading

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