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Forex Current Open Levels For New Week – April 12, 2021

Good Afternoon Traders! I hope you are excited about another week of trading! Last week’s price movements were quite disjointed & unusual, with many assets in the FX space trapped within a choppy range. But, this new week of trading will be the start of 2nd Quarter Earnings Season, which is a 6-week period when […]

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Forex Current Open Levels For New Week – March 15, 2021

Good Afternoon Traders! I hope you are well-rested and excited about another week of productive trading! The new week is about to begin, and we’re already expecting another week of volatility as the economic calendar is stacked full with event risk. There will be a trio of important central bank meetings, from the FOMC (Fed), BOE […]

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Forex Current Open Levels For New Week – March 8, 2021

Good Afternoon Traders! I hope you are well-rested and excited about another week of productive trading! On last Friday, we witnessed a solid rally in US equities, following the release of better-than-expected employment data, that indicated looming recovery in the US Jobs market, and possible rebound in the US economy. At today’s market open, we […]

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“Playing The Range” in Steady Markets – March 3, 2021

What began as a mood of optimism during the Pre-New York hours, shifted into a mood of caution as financial markets traded the day with limited conviction ahead of key event risks for the latter half of this week. Pressure in global bond markets are continuing to weigh on any further rally in risk-oriented assets, […]

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(Webinar): Understanding Seasonal Patterns In Risk Assets – March 1, 2021

We experienced a dynamic & enthusiastic start to the first trading day of March and the new quarter, as high-yielding assets rallied on renewed hopes of a faster economic recovery than what was originally expected. Global bond yields have continued to maintain their footing, which caused concern for investors through the close of last week’s […]

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Forex Current Open Levels For New Week – March 1, 2021

Good Afternoon Traders! We are entering a new month of trading, with fresh market themes that are poised to play out within currency markets, as well as other asset classes. As usual, the first week of any month is the US Non-Farm Payrolls Week, which is scheduled to be released on Friday, and we’re expecting more […]

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Week of February 8, 2021 To February 12, 2021

Greetings Traders! I hope all of you are excited about another week of profitable trading! Although there was troubling headlines on vaccine effectiveness over the weekend, we are still witnessing a pro-dollar & pro-equity push to the upside, in early market trading, on what appears to be enthusiasm over the likelihood of more fiscal stimulus […]

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Weekly Outlook: Will Virus Gloom Continue To Infect The Market?

The panic and commotion seen in risk-oriented assets, over the past few weeks, have lessened somewhat since the on-set of the crisis and after implementation of the global quarantine. However, this tranquility in financial markets may be feeble and soon coming to an end, as investors continue to monitor the pace of COVID-19 infections in […]

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Week Ahead – Central Banks Take Center Stage In Markets

The week of January 20, 2020 will open with a renewed batch of event risk as Central Banks take center stage with monetary policy decisions, along with an avalanche of economic data that will likely keep investors glued to their monitors for this new week of trading. The first central bank to make a policy […]

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Fundamental Outlook For Week of September 30, 2019

The Dollar has fared well among currencies, after a week of relatively quiet, and yet bumpy market behavior, as on-going political uncertainty continues to weigh on risk-oriented assets and entice investors to prefer the safe haven buck. The start of the 2019 fourth quarter, which technically begins on Tuesday, will have a calendar week that […]

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