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1:29pm today (Adam Button)
Once again last week the New Zealand dollar was the top performer as it presses against the 2011 high. The Canadian dollar was also solid performer until Friday’s jobs report cuts its legs out. Technically the pair cruised through the … Continue reading → »
1:25pm today (Christopher Vecchio, Currency Analyst)
Traders are refusing to offer the Euro lower on expectations of a revival of the Euro-Zone debt crisis. Forward guidance is working – it also means that market participants are complacent and only something truly shocking will release the market from its low volume, zombie-like state. »
1:00pm today (Ryan Littlestone)
We recently highlighted the BOJ consumer surveys which point to an increasingly negative looking Japanese population. First we had worries over income, employment and current economic conditions, and then Adam highlighted the lower expectations that people have over prices. In a further blow... »
10:48am today (Eamonn Sheridan)
Ryan had the headlines from Chicago Fed President Charles Evans on Friday: Fed’s Evans says it’s not a catastrophe to overshoot 2% inflation target, there’s a bit more detail in this update from Reuters; in summary: The Fed could well … Continue reading → »
10:30am today (Ryan Littlestone)
In deepest darkest Germany, where the cold black walled fortress of the Bundesbank sits, there’s going to be a little party. This weekend the Bundesbank is opening up to the German public for a fun filled two day festival. There … Continue reading → »
9:55am today (Mike Paterson)
Ok folks, you know the drill by now Here’s your chance to take stock of the week just gone and share your ideas and positions with your fellow ForexLive community over the weekend. What have you got on? What are … Continue reading → »
9:48am today (Mike Paterson)
UK PM David Cameron is preparing to carry out a far wider reshuffle of his government than had previously been thoughtand we can expect substantial changes when the prime minister reshapes the team that he will lead into next year’s … Continue reading → »
4:18am today (David Rodriguez, Quantitative StrategistJohn Kicklighter, Chief Currency StrategistIlya Spivak, Currency StrategistMichael Boutros, Currency StrategistDavid Song, Currency Analyst)
Volatility measures started to pull up multi-year and record lows this past week as headlines started to generate traction amongst traders. Will the dense calendar ahead finally encourage activity levels to hit escape velocity and trigger a round of trade opportunities along the way? »
3:54am today (Ilya Spivak, Currency Strategist)
The British Pound may turn lower against its key counterparts in the week ahead as a disappointing June inflation reading tarnishes BOE interest rate hike expectations. »