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Weekly Trading Forecast: Potent Event Risk Portends Volatility

Financial markets face a steady stream of heavy duty scheduled event risk that is likely to make for ample volatility across the asset spectrum in the week ahead. US Dollar Forecast: US Dollar Faces Trial By Fire as Top Tier Data Hits the Wires The US Dollar faces a challenging week ahead as a steady stream of top-tier economic data and lingering p...
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Pound in Free Fall on Election Jitters

The free fall in the Pound is seen as a result of heightened uncertainty over the election in June. Latest YouGov poll published late on Thursday showed that 43% voters plan to vote for Prime Minister Theresa May's Conservative Party. That compares to the support for Labour Party at 38%. That is, just a mere 5% lead. Back in April when May announce...
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bkassetmanagement

Dollar Lives or Dies by NFPs Next Week

Dollar Lives or Dies by NFPs Next Week Daily FX Market Roundup 05.26.17 We are coming off the heels of an interesting week for the U.S. dollar. The greenback hit a near term bottom against European currencies but struggled to hold onto its gains versus the Japanese Yen and commodity currencies. The mighty buck lost its luster after Federal Reserve ...
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financefeeds

Questrade rolls out new mobile trading application

The Questrade Mobile application allows traders to place stock and options trades in real time, as well as withdraw funds and view account details. Canadian brokerage Questrade has been promising its clients a new mobile application at least since the summer of 2016 and the promises have finally materialized into a particular product this week. The...
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FXStreet

EUR/USD Forecast: don't rush to buy the greenback

The EUR/USD pair closed the week marginally lower around 1.1180 but not before settling a fresh 2017 high at 1.1267. The dollar maintained its recent weakness, despite risk aversion disappeared and US equities rallied to record highs. The greenback entered positive territory against its European rival on Friday, but not for the right reasons: most ...
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daily_fx

GBP/USD Heading Lower After Opinion Poll, Revised GDP Data

Talking Points - A YouGov poll has put the ruling UK Conservative Party's lead over Labour at just five percentage points, down from 20ppts only 11 days ago. - Alongside Thursday's news of downward revisions to UK Q1 GDP, the British Pound has fallen and could yet fall further. - Check out the DailyFX Economic Calendar and see what live coverage of...
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Sterling Tumbles Broadly in Mixed Markets, Oil Plunged after OPEC

Developments in the financial markets in the last 24 hours were rather mixed. Firstly, oil prices reversed after the announcement of extension of production cut from oil producers. WTI crude oil dropped to as low as 48.21, comparing to this week's high at 52.00. Canadian Dollar followed lower but the sell off is limited so far. Secondly, US equitie...
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financemagnates

FXCM Reports Mixed Results for Q1 2017 and Full Year 2016

FXCM reported total net revenues at $284.1 million in 2016. ​ Foreign exchange and CFDs brokerage FXCM Inc. (NYSE:FXCM) has just released its financial results for Q1 2017 and full year 2016, having had its metrics take a dive year-over-year although it was able to generate positive Adjusted EBITDA of $6.7 million in the first quarter ending March ...
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bkassetmanagement

Dollar Weaker Ahead of Key Inflation Data

Market Drivers May 26, 2017 USDJPY takes out 111.00 Cable under pressure on weak Tory polls Nikkei -0.64% Dax -0.34% Oil $49/bbl Gold $1266/oz. Europe and Asia: JPY CPI 0.3% vs. 0.4% North America: USD GDP 8:30 USD PCE 8:30 USD Durable Goods 8:30 USD U of M 9:50 The dollar was mixed on the last trading day of the week ahead of key US GDP and inflat...
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forexcrunch

US GDP Preview: a buy opportunity on EUR/USD? 5 scenarios

One of the reasons that EUR/USD is trending higher stems from the divergence in growth. The euro-zone economy has grown at an annualized pace of 2% in Q1 2017 (0.5% q/q) while the US lagged behind with only 0.7% annualized according to the first release. The second release of US GDP is expected to show stronger growth of 0.9% annualized. Even if th...
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