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Why FOMC Did Not Hurt the Dollar Why FOMC Did Not Hurt the Dollar
By bkassetmanagement.com about 6 hour(s) ago  •  0 Comments  •  5 Views  •  Article Rating0 Ratings
- Daily FX Market Roundup 07.29.15 Why FOMC Did Not Hurt the Dollar Euro Dips, Latest on Greek Debt Talks GBP Pops on Mortgage App...
Gold tightly range bound ahead of Fed statement Gold tightly range bound ahead of Fed statement
By cityindex.co.uk about 12 hour(s) ago  •  0 Comments  •  3 Views  •  Article Rating0 Ratings
The price of gold (daily chart shown below) has remained in a relatively tight trading range for the past week and a half after a ...
FX Happy to Range Ahead of FOMC FX Happy to Range Ahead of FOMC
By bkassetmanagement.com about 16 hour(s) ago  •  0 Comments  •  4 Views  •  Article Rating0 Ratings
- Market Drivers July 29, 2015 RBNZ Wheeler says kiwi could depreciate more EZ GFK Consumer climate unchanged, UK data better Nikk...
Crude Prices Mixed ahead of FOMC Meeting, Surge in Distillate Inventory Exacerbated Bearishness
By oilngold.com about 21 hour(s) ago  •  0 Comments  •  3 Views  •  Article Rating0 Ratings
Commodity prices were mixed. The front-month contract for WTI crude oil climbed higher for the first time in 5 days, gaining +1.25...
How Will FOMC Impact the Dollar? How Will FOMC Impact the Dollar?
By bkassetmanagement.com about 1 day(s) ago  •  0 Comments  •  5 Views  •  Article Rating0 Ratings
- Daily FX Market Roundup 07.28.15 How Will FOMC Impact the Dollar? Euro Retraces Despite Progress in Greece AUD and NZD Vulnerabl...
Buy the GBPCAD on Set Back
By Analyst Ralph Shell about 1 day(s) ago  •  0 Comments  •  63 Views  •  Article Rating0 Ratings
Even among seasoned forex traders, the GBPCAD is not for the faint of heart.  Just look at the 120 minute chart and there are many...
Four charts that show why the euro isn't working for Germany or Greece
By telegraph.co.uk about 1 day(s) ago  •  0 Comments  •  8 Views  •  Article Rating0 Ratings
"The IMF has released its latest healthcheck on the state of the eurozone economy - it makes for grim reading"
USD/CAD dips on US consumer confidence drop, steady crude oil USD/CAD dips on US consumer confidence drop, steady crude oil
By cityindex.co.uk about 1 day(s) ago  •  0 Comments  •  5 Views  •  Article Rating0 Ratings
The US dollar fell moderately on Tuesday immediately after the Conference Board released its monthly report that detailed a survey...
Technical trading & analysis report – 28 July 2015 Technical trading & analysis report – 28 July 2015
By cityindex.co.uk about 1 day(s) ago  •  0 Comments  •  8 Views  •  Article Rating0 Ratings
City Index Chief Technical Strategist, James Chen, provides the weekly technical analysis outlook for five major currency pairs, i...
FXPrimus Demo Trading Contest Has Just Started FXPrimus Demo Trading Contest Has Just Started
By CBF Blog about 1 day(s) ago  •  0 Comments  •  42 Views  •  Article Rating0 Ratings
We are happy to announce the start of our next Demo Trading Contest sponsored by FXPrimus. $3,000 IN CASH PRIZES WILL BE GOING TO ...
Cable -Start of New Rally as GDP Confirms Growth? Cable -Start of New Rally as GDP Confirms Growth?
By bkassetmanagement.com about 1 day(s) ago  •  0 Comments  •  6 Views  •  Article Rating0 Ratings
- Market Drivers July 28, 2015 UK GDP Commdollars stabilize Nikkei -0.10% Europe 0.41% Oil $47/bbl Gold $1096/oz. hope but Europe ...
Renewed Selling in Chinese Equities Roiled Global Markets
By oilngold.com about 1 day(s) ago  •  0 Comments  •  6 Views  •  Article Rating0 Ratings
Global stock market declined as driven by the resumed selloff in China. China's CSI 300 Index plummeted -8.5%, triggered by weaker...
Here’s 5 Reasons for the 1% Jump in EURO Here’s 5 Reasons for the 1% Jump in EURO
By bkassetmanagement.com about 2 day(s) ago  •  0 Comments  •  9 Views  •  Article Rating0 Ratings
- Daily FX Market Roundup 07.27.15 Here’s 5 Reasons for the 1% Jump in EURO USD: Will China Prevent the Fed from Raising Rates? AU...
USD/JPY falls on dollar pullback, China stock plunge USD/JPY falls on dollar pullback, China stock plunge
By cityindex.co.uk about 2 day(s) ago  •  0 Comments  •  6 Views  •  Article Rating0 Ratings
USD/JPY (daily chart shown below) dropped to hit a low of 123.00 on Monday as the US dollar fell broadly against other major curre...
Euro Blasts Through 1.1100 Will Short Covering Persist? Euro Blasts Through 1.1100 Will Short Covering Persist?
By bkassetmanagement.com about 2 day(s) ago  •  0 Comments  •  5 Views  •  Article Rating0 Ratings
- Market Drivers July 27, 2015 Euro takes out 1.1100 as IFO better Commdollars lag Nikkei -0.95% Europe -1.02% Oil $47/bbl Gold $1...
Market Sentiment Dampened on Concerns over Chinese and US Data
By oilngold.com about 2 day(s) ago  •  0 Comments  •  11 Views  •  Article Rating0 Ratings
Weak market sentiment on Friday was carried forward to Asian session today, sending Hong Kong's Hang Seng Index -2.32% and Japan's...
Weekly Fundamentals - WTI Crude Broke US$50/bbl on Oversupply Concerns
By oilngold.com about 3 day(s) ago  •  0 Comments  •  12 Views  •  Article Rating0 Ratings
Crude oil prices extended the decline last week, as investors worried that a comeback of Iran's oil production, following lift-off...
It is Time for a Dollar Comeback It is Time for a Dollar Comeback
By bkassetmanagement.com about 5 day(s) ago  •  0 Comments  •  6 Views  •  Article Rating0 Ratings
- Daily FX Market Roundup 07.24.15 It is Time for a Dollar Comeback USD/CAD Hits 10 Year Highs AUD/USD at 6 Year Lows NZD: Comm Do...
S&P 500 continues retreat from highs S&P 500 continues retreat from highs
By cityindex.co.uk about 5 day(s) ago  •  0 Comments  •  7 Views  •  Article Rating0 Ratings
The S&P 500 peaked this week around the 2125 level, just under May’s all-time high of 2134, before retreating significantly due pa...
A $4 Trillion Force From China That Helped the Euro Now Hurts It
By bloomberg.com about 5 day(s) ago  •  0 Comments  •  9 Views  •  Article Rating0 Ratings
During the years when China had a balance of payment surplus they bought the euro. That support from China is now gone.
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