Next week is big for the US Dollar. After the Monday holiday, there is high-impact USD data on the calendar for every day of the week. This happens along with a flare of politicla risk […]
The US Dollar returned to the offensive before what may be another hawkish speech from Fed Chair Powell. The Yen backtracked after the largest two-day rally in a year.
Gold prices may find themselves on the defensive once again as risk appetite recovers while a speech from Fed Chair Jerome Powell strikes a hawkish tone.
The US Dollar rally stopped short of a big zone of resistance yesterday, and has started to peel-lower. Next week’s calendar has a heavy USD-focus, and this presents a backdrop of likely volatility that continues […]
The anti-risk Yen soared as trade war jitters soured market sentiment. Dovish remarks from BOE Governor Carney may snuff out a nascent British Pound recovery.
Crude oil prices may be ready to make good on bearish technical cues as trade war jitters sour sentiment across financial markets.
Updates to New Zealand’s Balance of Payments (BoP) may curb the recent weakness in NZD/USD as the region is anticipated to post a trade surplus of 198M in April.
The USD is up more than 6% from the yearly lows with price now testing technical resistance. These are the updated targets & invalidation levels that matter from here.
US Equities are primed to gap-lower this morning as US Dollar strength continues. The Greenback is testing 2018 highs, and further deterioration has shown in both EUR/USD and GBP/USD.
The Euro and the British Pound may fall as Eurozone PMI and UK CPI data disappoint. A hawkish tone in FOMC minutes may send the US Dollar higher.