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This past week's calm optimism was likely an interlude for a bigger shift in market conditions. W...
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2:09am yesterday (John Kicklighter, Chief Currency StrategistIlya Spivak, Currency StrategistMichael Boutros, Currency StrategistDavid Song, Currency AnalystChristopher Vecchio, Currency StrategistDavid de Ferranti, Currency Analyst)
This past week's calm optimism was likely an interlude for a bigger shift in market conditions. With a FOMC decision, US GDP, ECB Stress test and much more ahead; stability will be put to the test. »
1:59am yesterday (John Kicklighter, Chief Currency Strategist)
The US Dollar managed to muscle out a modest advance this past week despite favorable winds for investor sentiment (through benchmarks like S&P 500 and volatility indexes) as well as a persistent dovishness in rate forecasts. »
1:31am yesterday (Michael Boutros, Currency Strategist)
Gold prices are softer this week with the precious metal off by 0.55% to trade at $1231 ahead of the New York close on Friday. »
1:21am yesterday (David de Ferranti, Currency Analyst)
The Aussie may remain under pressure over the coming week as elevated volatility caps carry demand, while US-centric event risk offers potential “breakout” catalysts. »
1:15am yesterday (Ilya Spivak, Currency Strategist)
The New Zealand Dollar may fall if the RBNZ withdraws its promise of future rate hikes while a status-quo FOMC statement sees Fed tightening bets rebuild. »
1:06am yesterday (David Song, Currency Analyst)
The fundamental outlook for USD/JPY remains bullish as Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) moves away from its easing cycle, but the dollar-yen may struggle to press fresh highs next week should the Bank of Japan (BoJ) refrain from further expanding its asset-purchase program. »