Stay informed with the latest breaking forex news from all over the world with our comprehensive news coverage.
Latest Market News
Talking Points: -ADP Employment Change (APR) comes in at 220K vs. 210K estimated -ADP Employme...
Talking Points: - US ISM Manufacturing (SEP) reading came in short at 56.6 actual vs 58.5 estima...
This is the kind of volatility that traders love and hate. It’s typical around the end/begi...
Some respondents reporting labour shortages Geopolitical concerns also being voiced Index shows c...
It’s all coming unglued on the first trading day of the quarter. The soft ISM data has dril...
|5:14 pm||Last Month (3094)||Last Week (686)||Yesterday (167)||Today (114)|
02/10/2014 00:16 (Ilya Spivak, Currency Strategist)
To receive Ilya's analysis directly via email, please SIGN UP HERE Talking Points: USD/CHF Technical Strategy: Long at 0.9068 Support:0.9463, 0.9401, 0.9299 Resistance: 0.9564, 0.9646, 0.972... »
22 minutes ago (Adam Button)
Quick 15-20 pip moves down in the US dollar right across the board. »
David Tepper: If the ECB starts to do QE it will be the beginning of the end of the bond bull market
36 minutes ago (Adam Button)
David Tepper spoke on Bloomberg TV: If you don’t stop deflation in the eurozone, things will keep going in the same direction ECB should have done QE last year Negative interest rates don’t create money or inflation US economy is … Continue reading → »
38 minutes ago (Greg Michalowski)
Although, I am not getting a warm and fuzzy feeling from the market today (this is one of those negative biorhythm trading days for me), the GBPJPY caught my attention yesterday and it is peaking my interest to the short … Continue reading → »
3:57pm today (Greg Michalowski)
The GBPUSD shot up on the back of the weaker ISM data today but found sellers against the 100 hour moving average (blue line in the chart below) at the 1.62487 level currently (the high reached 1.6250). Also near the area, … Continue reading → »
3:55pm today (Christopher Vecchio, Currency StrategistTyler Amend,)
The September ISM Manufacturing report headline showed the first sign of weakness after two consecutive months of increasing data. »
3:51pm today (Ryan Littlestone)
Construction spending in August fell 0.8% from a revised +1.2% (from +1.8%) in July. It was expected in at +0.5%. Private non-residential spending was the main driver overall falling 1.4%. In the two biggest $ spending sectors, private spending fell … Continue reading → »
3:47pm today (Adam Button)
Results of the Fonterra dairy auction: Globaldairytrade price index -7.3% Average price $2,599 Milk powder prices -10.0% Milk powder average $2,433 Seven consecutive months of declines From Fonterra’s website: »
3:31pm today (Adam Button)
This is the kind of volatility that traders love and hate. It’s typical around the end/beginning of the quarter as assets are reallocated. The dollar fell 20 pips on the ISM manufacturing report but has now climbed all the way … Continue reading → »
3:29pm today (Greg Michalowski)
The activity has been quiet in the NZD since the fireworks from the intervention realization on Monday. The price has been able to wander higher and with the weaker ISM is back above the 100 hour MA (blue line) at … Continue reading → »