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The main reaction following the FOMC meeting tomorrow will depend on the words “significant...
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17 minutes ago (Michael Boutros, Currency Strategist)
AUDJPY has reversed off key support with a breach of the weekly opening range shifting out focus higher. Here are the updated targets & invalidation levels. »
44 minutes ago (Eamonn Sheridan)
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56 minutes ago (Eamonn Sheridan)
Yes, you read that right – China stimulus. Ryan had the headline here: PBOC pumping 500bn yuan through SLF to top 5 banks Adam with more, here: US dollar slumps after China primes the pump - The impact, well you … Continue reading → »
9:08pm today (Adam Button)
A few minutes ago an ICM poll for the Scotsman also showed the pro-UK side leading 52-48%. There are also rumors that the Survation poll due later will have the exact same margin. The twitter post on the ICM poll … Continue reading → »
8:57pm today (Adam Button)
The first headlines showed ICM poll indicating the pro-independence side taking the lead in Scottish referendum and the pound dropped. A poll from ICM shows the Yes side ahead 52-48%. The initial headline was wrong and the No side is … Continue reading → »
8:48pm today (Adam Button)
The main reaction following the FOMC meeting tomorrow will depend on the words “significant” and “considerable”. Those are the two key words that relate to the jobs market and guidance on how long rates will stay low. The July 31 … Continue reading → »
8:21pm today (Adam Button)
Word on twitter is that the No side polled at 52% compared to 53.5% in Survation’s previous poll. I’m skeptical of the source but Bloomberg and some others picked up the chatter so it’s out there. The pound isn’t reacting … Continue reading → »
8:16pm today (Greg Michalowski)
The AUDUSD has bounced higher on back of a liquidity infusion into banks by the Peoples Bank of China. The move higher saw the price move above topside channel trend line resistance, and the 100 hour moving average (currently at 0.9069). … Continue reading → »
8:00pm today (Rob Pasche, Forex Trading Instructor)
Volume can give signs that a reversal is near. Do you know how to identify these signals? »