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NZDUSD prepares for a big week

Updated -  Apr 26, 2015 9:42:28 PM By Chris Tedder

It has been an interesting start to the week for NZDUSD, with the pair punching through a short-term resistance zone around 0.7610 before a surge towards the US dollar paired some of these gains. The volatility in the pair is expected continue this week with the release of important economic data from both the US and NZ and policy meetings at both central banks. On Wednesday morning NZ trade and business confidence data is [...] Continue Reading

The Top 5 Tweets of the Week from @FOREXcom

Updated -  Apr 24, 2015 4:03:09 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

GBPUSD Up 600 Pips in Two Weeks – Time for a Pause or 1.53+ Next?

Updated -  Apr 24, 2015 9:20:00 AM By Matt Weller, CMT

GBPUSD is putting the finishing touches on a stellar week. After dipping to 1.4860 on Tuesday, the pair has been on an absolute tear, rising a full 300 pips to trade at 1.5155 as of writing. In fact, the pair has traded higher 9 of the last 10 days and is up an incredible 600 pips over that period. As we noted on Wednesday, the latest fundamental catalyst for the bulls was the release [...] Continue Reading

Crude: how much longer will the oil rally last?

Updated -  Apr 24, 2015 7:30:00 AM By Fawad Razaqzada

Although little-changed today, crude oil looks set to end the week strongly after both contracts were able to recover from their slump at the start of the week. Yesterday’s price surge lifted Brent to its highest level since early December while WTI closed in on the 4-month high of its own that it had achieved on Monday. The London-based oil contract is now up for the third straight week while the US contract is up [...] Continue Reading

AUDNZD: this could be only the beginning of a much larger rally…

Updated -  Apr 23, 2015 11:51:09 PM By Chris Tedder

It has been a very important and game changing week for AUDNZD, with the pair rocketing higher after failing in another run towards parity (we suggested as much may happen here). The pair’s change of fortune has been underpinned by a fundamental change in the behaviour of yield seekers in the face of a tighter AU-NZ yield spread. Long-term NZ debt is still offering higher yields than the equivalent government bonds in Australia, but the [...] Continue Reading

USDCHF: Avoiding the Greece Trap

Updated -  Apr 23, 2015 4:31:52 PM By Neal Gilbert

The positive feelings for Greece that started in early North American trade today continued throughout the second half of trade as the euro gained ground and the USD was the biggest loser. If the insinuation made by an anonymous Greek government official that an agreement between Greece and her debtors is indeed “very close”, EUR positivity may extend in to the weekend and continue to weigh on the USD as well. However, as we all [...] Continue Reading

GBPCAD: Bullish Momentum Does a 180°, Now Could We See 1.80?

Updated -  Apr 23, 2015 4:00:00 PM By Matt Weller, CMT

With the Bank of Canada shifting from dovish into neutral territory and oil prices breaking out, we’ve been bullish on the Canadian dollar since last week’s big breakdown in USDCAD (see “USDCAD Finally Breaks Down – Could 1.20 Be Next?” for more), but the Loonie has actually been showing strength against the other currencies for a couple of weeks now. For instance, GBPCAD peaked above 1.9500 back in mid-February and has been trending consistently [...] Continue Reading

DJIA: on the verge of a breakout?

Updated -  Apr 23, 2015 12:20:00 PM By Fawad Razaqzada

The Dow appears to be on the verge of a breakout from its recent consolidation pattern. As can be seen on the chart, the index is continuing to find support from its 50-day moving average (17965) and a bullish trend line around 17900. Here it formed a hammer candlestick pattern yesterday. Today, another similar pattern is being displayed, although things could change by the close of play tonight. What is more, the index has been [...] Continue Reading

EURGBP: Back for More

Updated -  Apr 23, 2015 11:25:43 AM By Neal Gilbert

The North American trading session has been quite a ride so far this morning as news is beginning to break out of Europe in regard to the Greek situation. A Greek government official let it leak that discussions were going well, which encouraged investors to stock up on their EUR positions driving the EUR/USD up to 1.08. US data releases were likely helping the popular currency pair ascend as well as all four major releases [...] Continue Reading

EURUSD Blasts Back Through 1.0700 on Hopes of a Greece Deal

Updated -  Apr 23, 2015 8:50:00 AM By Matt Weller, CMT

At the start of the week, we noted that it has now been an entire half-decade that Greece has been the epicenter of the Eurozone’s financial headlines. In our conclusion to that report, we stated that “euro bulls will be looking to see if Eurogroup policymakers moderate their rhetoric heading into Friday’s crucial meeting, but if nothing changes, EURUSD could reverse last week’s gains and retest key support at 1.0500.” Earlier today, it looked [...] Continue Reading

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