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11:55pm today (David de Ferranti, Currency Analyst)
The Aussie Dollar is offered an abundance of event risk with Q2 GDP data, and the RBA rate decision on tap. Yet can they catalyze a break of AUD/USD’s multi-month range? »
3:28am today (David Rodriguez, Quantitative StrategistJohn Kicklighter, Chief Currency StrategistIlya Spivak, Currency StrategistMichael Boutros, Currency StrategistDavid Song, Currency AnalystDavid de Ferranti, Currency Analyst)
An extended holiday weekend for the US marks the end of the summer slump. Can seasonal shift leverage events like NFPs and an ECB decision to a more systemic change in volatility and volume? »
3:06am today (John Kicklighter, Chief Currency Strategist)
Relative performance versus weakened cross currencies and a stable economic footing are unlikely to drive EURUSD below 1.3000 or GBPUSD through 1.6500. The next leg will be decided between Fed rate forecasts and the level of volatility in the markets. »
2:51am today (David Song, Currency Analyst)
The GBP/USD may continue to trade in a narrow range ahead of the Bank of England (BoE) interest rate decision on September 4 amid the failed attempts to close above the 1.6600 handle. »
2:20am today (Michael Boutros, Currency Strategist)
As we head into the open of September trade, the focus shifts back onto the economic data front as bullion holds just above the technically significant 200-day moving average. »
2:16am today (Ilya Spivak, Currency Strategist)
The Canadian Dollar may be faced with balancing conflicting cues from a hawkish tone shift at the Bank of Canada and risk aversion triggered by Fed rate hike bets. »
2:00am today (John Kicklighter, Chief Currency Strategist)
In this weekend Trading Video, we look at the key catalysts on tap and the possibilities should the dam of complacency break. »