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59 minutes ago (David de Ferranti, Currency Analyst)
USD/CAD’s swings around 1.1270 have persisted with a recent Doji formation suggesting indecision from traders. »
5:01am today (David de Ferranti, Currency Analyst)
NZD/USDhas witnessed a lackluster response to a Hanging Man candlestick which had warned of a potential pullback for the pair. »
4:45am today (David de Ferranti, Currency Analyst)
GBP/USD has resumed its ascent with a Piercing Line pattern in its rearview mirror. »
4:31am today (Ilya Spivak, Currency Strategist)
The Australian Dollar edged higher after China’s third-quarter GDP data registered modestly better than expected. The Yen may rise as US news-flow fuels risk aversion. »
4:30am today (Tyler Yell, Forex Trading Instructor)
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4:20am today (David de Ferranti, Currency Analyst)
EUR/USD’s post Hanging Man pullback appears to have lost some momentum. »
2:16am today (Ilya Spivak, Currency Strategist)
The US Dollar is in digestion mode as prices stall near familiar technical barriers. Gold is threatening a push to six-week highs after a resistance break. »
1:26am today (John Kicklighter, Chief Currency Strategist)
Though the US Dollar has opened the trading week lower, the market’s motivations are more likely a rebalancing in the face of anticipation of volatility rather than a fundamental shift in view for the currency itself. »