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USD/CAD: Stuffing the Triangle Turkey

Updated -  Nov 24, 2014 2:32:03 PM By Neal Gilbert

The start of the short trading week for North America has been rather predictable so far as investors begin looking forward to the Thanksgiving holiday here in the US. Volatility has been reserved in the US equity markets, and currency markets are doing their best to remain relatively quiet as well. Traditionally, this is a very low key week with current trends typically continuing (or slight pullbacks within those trends) before we begin to hear [...] Continue Reading


EM Rundown: The Global Liquidity Flood Continues Unabated

Updated -  Nov 24, 2014 1:45:00 PM By Matt Weller, CMT

Two month ago, we speculated that the end of the Fed’s Quantitative Easing program could hurt emerging market economies and currencies (see “EM Rundown: Fragile Five Revived” for more). In our view, the so-called “Fragile Five” economies (Brazil, Turkey, South Africa, India, and Indonesia) looked particularly vulnerable, but a number of developments over the past week have partially alleviated those concerns. Though the Fed has completely tapered QE and is now considering raising [...] Continue Reading


FTSE 100 shrugs off M&A Monday madness

Updated -  Nov 24, 2014 11:30:00 AM By Kathleen Brooks

The UK index is bucking the positive tone to European markets today and is losing a quarter of a per cent, as the energy and materials sector weigh on the index at the start of this week. The energy sector makes up 16% of the FTSE 100, so the drop in Brent crude oil, which has fallen back through the $80 per barrel threshold as we wait for the conclusion of Thursday’s Opec meeting, [...] Continue Reading


FTSE 100 shrugs off M&A Monday madness

Updated -  Nov 24, 2014 11:20:00 AM By Kathleen Brooks

The UK index is bucking the positive tone to European markets today and is losing a quarter of a per cent, as the energy and materials sector weigh on the index at the start of this week. The energy sector makes up 16% of the FTSE 100, so the drop in Brent crude oil, which has fallen back through the $80 per barrel threshold as we wait for the conclusion of Thursday’s Opec meeting, [...] Continue Reading


Opec watch: what to look out for and how does it impact oil?

Updated -  Nov 24, 2014 9:10:00 AM By Kathleen Brooks

In recent years the Opec meetings have been something of an anti-climax, barely worth traders’ attention. However, after a near 30% decline in oil prices since peaking in June, this week’s meeting, which concludes on the 27th, could determine whether the oil price makes a recovery or if it falls further. The meeting: Most of Opec’s oil ministers will start arriving in Vienna on Wednesday. Although no meetings are scheduled for this day, [...] Continue Reading


The Case for a EURUSD Bounce This Week

Updated -  Nov 24, 2014 8:40:00 AM By Matt Weller, CMT

Given today’s Japanese bank holiday (Labor Thanksgiving Day), it’s not surprising that the FX markets have gotten off to a bit of a slow start. The performance of the US Dollar has been mixed in Asian and early European trade as traders weigh the sustained uptrend against the lack of new bullish catalysts for the world’s reserve currency. Further complicating matters, many US traders may restrain from meanginful trades ahead of Thursday’s Thanksgiving holiday. While [...] Continue Reading


The PBoC’s decision to use its big guns saves AUDUSD

Updated -  Nov 23, 2014 9:04:57 PM By Chris Tedder

The People’s Bank of China (PBoC) unexpectedly announced on Friday that it is cutting its benchmark rate for the first time since 2012, which sent investors flocking towards the commodity-backed Australian dollar. Prior to this, AUDUSD was hovering precariously close to an important support zone around 0.8600. If there pair fell through here there wouldn’t be much technical support until it reached an all-important support zone around 0.8550. China pulls out the big guns [...] Continue Reading


NZD/USD: 5 Reasons for a Potential Fall

Updated -  Nov 21, 2014 3:05:57 PM By Neal Gilbert

Throughout the month of November, the NZD has been able to do something that very few other currencies around the world have been able to do, gain value against the USD. The outright love of everything USD isn’t something that is unfamiliar to traders out there as US data has been performing admirably and the Federal Reserve has set themselves up for future rate hikes by eliminating the last vestiges of Quantitative Easing. If fact, [...] Continue Reading


AUDNZD: Turning Higher off 200-Day MA Support near 1.0900?

Updated -  Nov 21, 2014 9:25:00 AM By Matt Weller, CMT

After seeing a massive downtrend throughout 2011, 2012, and 2013, AUDNZD is finally showing signs of stabilizing this year. For the first half of the year, the pair consolidated within the 375-pip range from 1.0550 to 1.0925, forming a potential base for a longer-term rally. Then, in July, the pair broke up into its next 375-pip range, where rates have been consolidating between previous-resistance-turned-support at 1.0925 and 1.1300 for the last four months. Over the [...] Continue Reading


The dollar index takes a stab at 88.00 resistance

Updated -  Nov 21, 2014 6:50:00 AM By Kathleen Brooks

The dollar is in demand today as the euro and the pound give back their recent gains, this was triggered by ECB President Mari Draghi who was speaking at the European Banking Conference in Frankfurt. He focused on inflation and said that some inflation expectations are excessively low. This is significant since the ECB’s mandate is to promote price stability in the medium-term. If inflation expectations are also falling then the ECB should feel motivated [...] Continue Reading


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