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Good day one and all No prizes for guessing today’s main event but ahead of that we have US...
Talking Points: • Though there is a heavy round of global event risk today, 2Q US GDP and t...
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10 minutes ago (Mike Paterson)
86 prev Zzzzzzzz EURUSD 1.3407 »
14 minutes ago (Mike Paterson)
Ok folks, time for the daily community caring/sharing moment Post your trading ideas and thoughts here. Reasons welcome Let’s be hearing ya! »
46 minutes ago (Mike Paterson)
FTSE futures -0.1% DAX futures -0.1% CAC40 futures -0.1% Bund futures down 5 at 148.64 »
53 minutes ago (Mike Paterson)
+28.16 open 15616.89 high 15666.62 low 15594.89 USDJPY 102.12 »
59 minutes ago (Mike Paterson)
prev revised up from 1.77 Not a price changer. USDCHF 0.9068 »
6:55am today (Ilya Spivak, Currency Strategist)
Crude oil prices are aiming below the $101/oz figure after clearing a chart support level. The US Dollar has paused to consolidate near six-week highs before key event risk. »
6:48am today (Mike Paterson)
Currently 15,643.67 from an open of 15616.89 and lows of 15666.62 USDJPY similarly supported at 102.11 »
6:15am today (John Kicklighter, Chief Currency Strategist)
It’s an appropriate place to be, heading into such a significant round of event risk. The Dow Jones FXCM Dollar Index (ticker = USDollar) stands just below 10,500 which technical traders will recognize as a meaningful cap on bullish progress from all the way back to last July’s multi-year peak. »
6:07am today (Ilya Spivak, Currency Strategist)
The US Dollar may find second-quarter GDP data to be a greater driver of price volatility than the FOMC monetary policy announcement. »