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11:49pm today (David Rodriguez, Quantitative Strategist)
The British Pound was the only major currency to strengthen against the US Dollar in a holiday-shortened week of trading, but can it continue higher? The high-flying Sterling will need support from the Bank of England to hold near multi-year peaks in the week ahead. »
11:44pm today (Michael Boutros, Currency Strategist)
Gold is off sharply this week with the precious metal shedding 1.7% to trade at $1298 heading into the weekend. »
11:34pm today (David Song, Currency Analyst)
A further pickup in market sentiment should continue to fuel the near-term rally in the USD/JPY, but the fundamental developments coming out next week may keep the dollar-yen contained within the wedge/triangle formation as the Bank of Japan (BoJ) remains upbeat on the economy. »
4:00am today (Gregory McLeod, Currency Analyst)
Since hitting a high of $4.75/pound in 2011, copper has fallen 30% to a low of $2.91/pound. Is it time to buy? »
Forex Weekly Trading Forecasts: A Return of Liquidity Likely to Revive Volatility, Trend Development
3:43am today (David Rodriguez, Quantitative StrategistJohn Kicklighter, Chief Currency StrategistIlya Spivak, Currency StrategistMichael Boutros, Currency StrategistDavid Song, Currency AnalystChristopher Vecchio, Currency Analyst)
The holiday liquidity drain this week has not only curbed volatility, it has distorted trends - leading to a rebound in 'risk' and dollar. So, what happens when the markets are topped off again? »
3:39am today (John Kicklighter, Chief Currency Strategist)
The market seems pretty certain that the New Zealand central bank will usher in the strongest wave of monetary policy – and thereby carry increase – of the majors. »
3:16am today (John Kicklighter, Chief Currency Strategist)
Though its progress was restrained by the same liquidity drain that reined in risk trends, the dollar managed a broad recovery this past week. »
3:09am today (Ilya Spivak, Currency Strategist)
The Australian Dollar will face conflicting catalysts as domestic economic data and external developments drive volatility in the relative monetary policy outlook. »