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Forex / Market News

Mon, 18 Sep 2017 11:25:00 GMT

FX Markets Await Results of FOMC, BOJ Meetings, Canadian CPI As we cross through mid-September, the economic calendar thins out and there are fewer ‘high’ rated events this week than there were in either of the previous two

Mon, 18 Sep 2017 08:00:00 GMT

Euro Turns to CPI, PMI Data Ahead of German Elections The Euro remains well-supported by improving fundamentals and a central bank seemingly on the precipice of a shift to tighter monetary policy.

Mon, 18 Sep 2017 06:13:00 GMT

Yen Falls, Aussie Dollar Gains in Upbeat Start to Trading Week The anti-risk Japanese Yen slumped while the sentiment-linked Australian and New Zealand Dollars powered higher as the markets’ mood brightened to start the trading week.

Mon, 18 Sep 2017 03:42:00 GMT

Gold Prices May Hold Key Support as Fed Rate Decision Looms Gold prices may struggle for direction at key chart support as investors anxiously await the upcoming Federal Reserve monetary policy announcement.

Sat, 16 Sep 2017 02:01:00 GMT

Trading Forecast: The Monetary Policy Race Heats Up, Now the Fed The BoE is yet another central bank fanning the rate speculation flames, lifting the Pound and suppressing the Dollar. Will the Fed revive the Greenback?

AUD: It’s not over yet - ANZAnalysts at ANZ have raised their forecast for the AUD, and now expect that it will rise as high as USD0.83 by the middle of next year. Key Quotes “

Fed: December hike likely due to low unemployment rate – Danske BankAnalysts at Danske Bank suggest that most Fed members putting more weight on labour market data relatively to inflation data is the main reason why th

ECB: Re-anchoring risk – RabobankAlthough the September meeting did not come with an official pre-announcement of tapering, President Draghi was quite clear that we can expect some fo

Fed still expects one more hike this year and three next year – Danske BankIt was not a big surprise that the Fed kept the target range unchanged at 1.00%-1.25% and announced ‘quantitative tightening’ will begin in October, a

EUR futures: bullish stance remains intactAccording to advanced data from CME Group for EUR futures markets, open interest rose by just 264 contracts on Thursday vs. Wednesday’s 431,751 contra

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