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Talking Points: -US Dollar Technical Strategy:USD Continues To Recover From Last Week’s Se...
Talking points The overall DAX 30 trend is bullish above 10,864 and traders will probably use a...
Talking Points - Heightened probability of a move in December has been driving the US Dollar. -...
Talking Points Yesterday’s panic has settled and the 6219 low is the FTSE 100’s new...
Talking Points: US Dollar May Edge Higher as PCE Data Boosts December Rate Hike Bets Kneejerk...
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1:09pm today (Tyler Yell, CMT, Forex Trading Instructor)
The US Dollar has a lot going for it fundamentally, but the technical picture may encourage traders to wait for clarity. »
12:01pm today (Oded Shimoni,)
The Euro area financial system resilient to occasional bouts of volatility but emerging markets may hurt global confidence »
9:11am today (Alejandro Zambrano, Market Analyst)
The overall DAX 30 trend is bullish above 10,864 and traders will probably use a pullback in the DAX to add to their long exposure »
9:00am today (Christopher Vecchio, Currency Strategist)
Higher interest rates tend to support a stronger currency. For the US Dollar, gains after a December Fed rate hike are anything but certain. »
8:48am today (Alejandro Zambrano, Market Analyst)
Yesterday's panic has settled and the 6219 low is the FTSE 100's new trend defining level, with traders not long probably seeking an entry on a pullback »
8:18am today (Ilya Spivak, Currency Strategist)
The US Dollar may rise as the Fed’s favored inflation gauge hits a 10-month high. Kneejerk volatility may be amplified in thinning pre-holiday trade. »
7:03am today (Nathalie Huynh,)
The S&P/ASX 200 declined for a second day after last week’s swift rise stopped short of resistance at 5305 again, forming a triple top similar to those seen in August and October. »
4:12am today (Bradley A. Kearns,)
The Australian Dollar did not show a substantial move in response to the China MNI Consumer Sentiment Indicator’s improvement and the implications for trade demand. »
3:53am today (Bradley A. Kearns,)
The greenback showed a lukewarm reaction to the soft US consumer confidence report, likely due to the markets’ expectation that the data will not alter the December Fed policy vote. »
3:36am today (Nathalie Huynh,)
Oil rallied to political risk and physical demand as gold also rode the flight to safety. Metals got a lift from oil gain and lower US dollar »