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USDCAD goes "Loonie" again

Thursday, January 19, 2017 8:17 AM GMT
USDCAD was the most active currency pair yesterday. The “Loonie” had a sharp upmove, more than 1%, as BoC kept the option open to cut interest rates. If the risks the country is facing, are realized they move forward. Naturally, BoC’s hot topics remain: Trump effect and trade policy. [More]
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Trump and May Sink USD, While EURUSD Recovers

Wednesday, January 18, 2017 8:31 AM GMT
Theresa May’s speech offered a thrilling day for traders yesterday. The GBP increased almost 3 percent against USD, the biggest daily gain since at least 1998, which squeezed most of sellers that made lot of money due GBP fall. While Trump’s comments on The Wall Street Journal were enough to sink the USD. [More]
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Hard Brexit dominates on GBP pairs

Monday, January 16, 2017 8:31 AM GMT
Markets anticipate Theresa May’s speech on Tuesday while hard Brexit scenarios are on fire. The Sunday Times reported May will organize to withdraw from tariff-free trade with the EU in return for freedom to limit immigration and strike commercial deals with other countries. [More]
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Trump Effects on Dollar Yen (USDJPY)

Friday, January 13, 2017 8:00 AM GMT
The Dollar-Yen pair is under selling pressure for four consecutive days as Trump avoided to give details on his growth policies and preferred to comment non-financial issues. Today there are important news where can give bullish move in case US retail sales beat estimates. [More]
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Trump’s Intraday Rollercoaster: How did markets react?

Thursday, January 12, 2017 11:44 AM GMT
Any traders with positions open yesterday during the Trump Press Conference saw great opportunities against the dollar but big gains for commodity markets like Oil and Gold. [More]
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EURUSD Daily Technical view

Wednesday, January 11, 2017 10:11 AM GMT
Today’s look on the daily timeframe shows the pair is consolidating between 1.06 to 1.05 range. There is confluence of resistances on the grey zone like 55EMA, 38% Fibonacci level and the round number 1.06 [More]
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USOIL Daily Technical Outlook

Monday, January 9, 2017 11:14 AM GMT
When reviewing USOIL daily time-frame, overall the trend remains upwards as there are no visible bearish crossovers in moving averages. The grey resistance zone on 54 kept the prices below and the consolidation still continues. Now USOIL is forming a triangle and heading to 21ema and the trend line (blue) [More]
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AUDUSD Daily Technical View

Thursday, January 5, 2017 5:56 PM GMT
Overall the trend remains bearish as price is staying below our main moving averages like 21EMA and 55EMA. However, the immediate bias is bullish as price retraced on 0.7172 support level. [More]
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USDCAD Weekly Technical Outlook

Tuesday, January 3, 2017 9:06 PM GMT
The trading bias remains positive in the weekly chart. The pair stopped below the 50% Fibonacci level while remains above 21 EMA (red) and 55 EMA (green) indicating the bullish view. The blue trendline acts as future support for the current trend. Now the pair is in consolidation. [More]
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XAUUSD Weekly Technical Outlook

Tuesday, January 3, 2017 5:00 PM GMT
Gold failed to break out the 1160 level and lost most of the gains of the previous week. Traders prefer risking on equities as they bet on the growing expectations on US economic growth as well as on the positive momentum on EU markets at the start of 2017. [More]
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