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Weekly Strategy - New sanctions against European companies will support the dollar

EURUSD (1.1438) Trend: Neutral Support/Resistance: 1.1300 - 1.1525 This week we recommend focusing on Wednesday of FOMC Minutes, ECB Monetary Policy Meeting Accounts on Thursday and Germany GDP on Friday. But the focus is not so over the fundamentals events. The key events that will move the Doll...

EURUSD: the euro is resting on the weekly support

On Thursday the 9th of August, trading on EURUSD closed down. Bears resumed the downtrend after the break of the trend line at 1.1582. By the close of trading, the euro fell to 1.1526, surpassing Monday's low (1.1530). In the first half of the day, the major currencies were under pressure against...

EURUSD: the target of 1.1665 remains in force

On Wednesday the 8th of August, trading on the euro closed slightly up. High volatility on the market was observed during the European session. The euro rose from 1.1573 to 1.1628 amid a lack of important events and news concerning Sino-US trade relations. The Chinese authorities announced the in...

GBPUSD pair continues to find itself in a downwards trend

According to the H4 chart, the GBPUSD pair continues to find itself in a downwards trend: The chart shows that the pair is currently testing the trend line. In other words, the GBPUSD pair is going through a correctional phase within the downwards trend. I reckon that the EURUSD pair is go...

Singapore’s Highest Dividend and Yield Paying Stocks

Collecting dividend payment every few months on top of your regular salary as an extra cash to pay for common household expenses. And occasionally a good treat. That’s why Singaporean have a strong love for dividends. Dividend income is not completely for future-proof. Stock fundamentals can depr...

NordFX weekly Forex Forecast and Cryptocurrencies Forecast

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23 May 2019
The British pound is the worst performing currency, down for a 13th consecutive day as traders prepare for a hardliner to take over Brexit negotiations.  PM May is under intense pressure to resign and she will meet with Graham Brady, chairman of the ...
23 May 2019
The Canadian dollar lost 0.19 percent on Wednesday. The loonie gave back the gains from Tuesday when optimism about USMCA ratification and trade goodwill made the currency an outlier of major pairs. Safe haven currencies were the big draw in the mark...
23 May 2019
Federal Reserve officials remained firmly committed to a “patient” policy stance at their meeting earlier this month, saying rates likely will remain unchanged well into the future.Minutes from the May 1-2 Federal Open Market Committee meeting also s...
23 May 2019
Treasuries kept their gains and the dollar was little changed following the release of the FOMC minutes.  Rate cut expectations are lower, with the September meeting pricing in a 38.6% chance of a rate cut at the September meeting.Balance Sheet Norma...
23 May 2019
Please enable JavaScript if it is disabled in your browser or access the information through the links provided below.The Federal Reserve Board and the Federal Open Market Committee on Wednesday released the attached minutes of the Committee meeting ...
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