The US Dollar has taken back some of its losses today following the release of the ADP Employment Change report for September.
EUR/USD has been on a bullish run for most of 2017, but has recently pulled-back as we approach some key drivers on the calendar. Will tomorrow's release of meeting minutes bring bulls back to the party?
Cable is trying to put together a bounce off the August highs, but a failure to 'keep it together' could result in short-term implied volatility driving higher as the sell-off deepens.
The incoming September US ADP Employment Change and ISM Services reports will directly shape traders' expectations for Friday's US NFP report.
In this webinar, we looked at the US Dollar Index, several USD-pairs, cross-rates; touched lightly on commodities and equity indices.
Precious metals are poised to drop further before finding support; gold near 1250 has confluence of support which should be of interest to silver traders as well.
Another uptick in the U.S. ISM Non-Manufacturing survey may drag on EUR/USD especially as the pair initiates a series of lower highs & lows.
The September purchasing managers’ index for the UK’s dominant service sector exceeded expectations, strengthening the Pound against the Dollar.
The British Pound looks to have carved out a bearish Head and Shoulders chart formation after finding resistance below the 153.00 figure against the Japanese Yen.
The Australian Dollar is attempting to a recover against its US counterpart after testing range floor support limiting downside momentum since mid-July.
Asian markets had the air of needing a new story Wednesday as a lack of domestic economic news left them unable to follow US stocks move higher
The US Dollar will attempt to resume its month-long advance following a brief pullback but worries about political instability in Washington DC may spoil the party.
Crude oil prices look poised to test below the $48/barrel on the WTI benchmark after breaking another layer of chart support. A nascent gold recovery looks unlikely to be lasting.
The US Dollar is clearly taking a rest after a solid run higher against the Japanese currency. However, what it does next will be fascinating.
Since marking a two-and-a-half year low early in September, the Dollar has attempted a broad recovery to claw back serious ground lost throughout 2017
The reach for risk seems never ending. No wonder so many are ready to capitulate on caution and join the speculative reach.
The US Dollar struggled to make progress on its two-week uptrend amid a lull in top-tier news flow. The consolidative tone may carry through into Asia Pacific trade.
The US Dollar swung between gains and losses without a clear catalyst ahead of ISM, ADP,& NFP while EUR pared Monday’s loss above key 1.17 support.
The Dollar is threatening to start Q4 on a bullish note, but will this come to pass? In this webinar, we look at setups on both sides of the Greenback.
Here's an update on the setup's I’m tracking into the start of the month. Find a detailed, in-depth review of these setups and more in this week’s Strategy Webinar.
The advance off last month’s low is approaching a key region of technical resistance ahead of tomorrow’s event risk. Here are the targets & invalidation levels to know.
Ahead of the fifth round of Brexit talks that begins in Brussels Monday, GBP/USD is under strong downward pressure.
The combination of current sentiment and recent changes gives us a further mixed US 500 trading bias.
The combination of current sentiment and recent changes gives us a stronger Spot Gold-bearish contrarian trading bias.
Recent changes in sentiment warn that the current AUDUSD price trend may soon reverse lower despite the fact traders remain net-short.