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Brexit Outcome Stuns Markets – What Comes Next?

Updated  Jun 24, 2016 1:20:00 PM


The outcome of Thursday’s historic EU referendum, in which nearly 52% of UK voters opted to leave the European Union, stunned markets globally in its immediate aftermath on Friday morning. The vote counting began with a surprisingly sizeable lead for Leave at over 60% of voters in Sunderland, and the pro-Brexit camp never looked back as it continued to maintain a modest advantage throughout the vote tally, even after the expectedly pro-Remain London votes came  [...] Continue Reading ...


FX analysis and technical outlook: All Eyes on the EU Referendum

Updated  Jun 17, 2016 1:30:00 PM


All Eyes on the EU Referendum The tragic killing Thursday of a pro-EU politician, UK Labour Party MP Jo Cox, occurred just a week before Britain is scheduled to hold its EU referendum to vote on whether or not it will remain in the European Union. This horrific event has naturally sent shockwaves across the UK and around the world, leading to a temporary halt in the previously aggressive campaigning from both sides of the  [...] Continue Reading ...


EUR/JPY pares losses after BoJ-driven plunge but more downside likely

Updated  Jun 16, 2016 3:50:00 PM


After the Bank of Japan’s (BoJ) decision early Thursday to refrain from implementing additional monetary easing measures, the yen surged sharply against its global counterparts, including the US dollar, euro, and pound. Among the most pronounced of these yen-driven moves occurred with the EUR/JPY currency pair, which had already been heavily pressured since at least the beginning of June amid increasing concerns of a Brexit, or a UK exit of the European Union. As world  [...] Continue Reading ...


FX Analysis and Technical Outlook

Updated  Jun 10, 2016 1:30:00 PM


Brexit and Fed in Focus Global financial markets in the past few weeks have been utterly dominated by increasingly shaky speculation over two major themes – future US interest rate hikes and the possibility of the UK voting to leave the European Union. These two themes will be front and center for the next two weeks, at the very least, as the next FOMC meeting and rate decision in the US will occur next week,  [...] Continue Reading ...


EUR/JPY drops to new three-year low within long-term downtrend

Updated  Jun 9, 2016 4:50:00 PM


EUR/JPY dropped to a new three-year low of 120.30 early on Thursday, dipping slightly below its previous long-term low that was hit late last week, before paring its losses by the afternoon. Helping to drive the currency pair lower on Thursday was a general risk-off sentiment during the earlier part of the day that prompted the safe haven yen to gain favor. From a longer-term perspective, the yen has been in strengthening mode against other  [...] Continue Reading ...


EUR/USD on the brink ahead of ECB, NFP

Updated  May 31, 2016 1:20:00 PM


EUR/USD has finished the month of May in a much worse position than it was in the beginning of the month, as the US dollar has continued to strengthen on increased anticipation of a Federal Reserve rate hike this summer and the euro has fallen due to economic stagnation in the euro area along with a steadfastly dovish European Central Bank (ECB). The ECB will announce its rate policy decision and hold its usual press  [...] Continue Reading ...


EUR/GBP continues head-and-shoulders slide towards downside target

Updated  May 25, 2016 12:30:00 PM


EUR/GBP continued its sharp slide on Wednesday morning for the second consecutive day this week as the euro has generally remained in a prolonged slump and sterling has once again taken center stage as the star performer against other major currencies. In the process of this slide, the currency pair hit a new 16-week low under 0.7600 early on Wednesday. Having dropped to this low, EUR/GBP has also hit key support at its 200-day moving  [...] Continue Reading ...


EUR/USD extends plunge as euro stagnates and dollar surges

Updated  May 24, 2016 10:50:00 AM


With the German ZEW economic sentiment coming out significantly lower than expected on Tuesday (6.4 vs 12.1 expected), and the US dollar continuing to surge based on renewed expectations of a near-term Fed rate hike, the EUR/USD has not had much reason to rise as of late. Economic stagnation in the euro area continues to weigh on an already-dovish European Central Bank that has been in persistent easing mode, dragging down the euro currency. Meanwhile,  [...] Continue Reading ...


FX Analysis and Technical Outlook

Updated  Apr 29, 2016 1:10:00 PM


Unchanging Rates Lead to Changing Markets Three major central bank policy decisions occurred this past week that followed in the footsteps of the European Central Bank’s (ECB) decision during the previous week. The three were, in chronological order, the US Federal Reserve, the Reserve Bank of New Zealand (RBNZ), and the Bank of Japan (BoJ). In summary, every one of these four central banks opted to keep interest rates unchanged. While this was expected for  [...] Continue Reading ...


EUR/JPY plunges to approach major support lows after BoJ inaction

Updated  Apr 28, 2016 11:00:00 AM


Despite last week’s reports that the Bank of Japan (BoJ) was considering potentially more aggressive easing actions in the form of additional stimulus measures, which had led to an immediate drop in the yen and a significant boost for both USD/JPY and EUR/JPY, Japan’s central bank issued its decision on Thursday that it would hold off on any monetary easing. Interest rates remained unchanged and the BoJ was seen as taking the unexpected path of  [...] Continue Reading ...


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