Elsewhere, the New Zealand Dollar has seen its losses from Thursday spill over into Friday trading.
Political surprises have become less surprising in the last few years, but New Zealand provided a new government that could change how NZD trades going forward.
The U.S. Dollar saw sellers come-back ahead of a key zone of resistance; but bearish continuation remains an unclear prospect just yet. In this webinar, we looked at a variety of setups across the USD-spectrum.
Price has carved out a well-defined monthly opening range just below a multi-year trend-line. Here are the updated targets & invalidation levels that matter.
Gold prices may continue to recoup the losses from earlier this week as the precious metal snaps the recent series of lower highs & lows.
We are one week away from a pivotal ECB meeting in which we're expecting to hear how the bank will 'recalibrate' their current QE program. EUR/USD remains above a key zone of long-term support, but will bulls test the highs before the rate decision?
The US Dollar (via DXY Index) has seen its losses from Wednesday, triggered by a round of US weaker than expected housing data, trickle into Thursday.
Today we discussed the nature of low volatility and how to handle frustration which can arise during this environment.
Bitcoin’s weakness at the start of the week has been left firmly behind with the digital coin building bullish momentum for another push at $6,000.
The British Pound slipped again after retail sales data for September illustrated how high inflation and low wage growth are crimping consumers' spending habits.
GBP/USD dropped by nearly half-a-cent after retail sales data for September painted a bleak picture of the UK high street with numbers weaker than expected and last month’s data revised lower.
The German benchmark traded up into key long-term trend-lines from a high-level consolidation; reversal in momentum shifts focus lower.
It was an eventful session for Asian markets with plenty of economic and political news for investors to get stuck into. However stock moves were small
The New Zealand Dollar fell on news that the kingmaking New Zealand First would form coalition with the Labour Party, putting former incumbent National in opposition
The Australian Dollar had already risen on its own country’s employment stats and didn’t have much left in the tank for what were quite robust Chinese data
The Nikkei 225 has pushed on to make new highs not seen for twenty years. However, it is also looking breathlessly overbought and probably needs a reflective pause.
The Australian Dollar enjoyed a boost against its major counterparts as better-than-expected jobs data increased near-term RBA rate hike expectations.
Ahead of the Tokyo open, USD/JPY continued to push higher as the US Treasury 2-year yield rose to its highest level of the year.
EUR/USD may threaten the monthly opening range ahead of the next ECB meeting on October 26 as the central bank shows a greater willingness to carry the QE program into 2018.
The combination of current sentiment and recent changes gives us a further mixed AUDUSD trading bias.
The U.S. Dollar has followed-thru with strength after last Friday's CPI report. Is this something that might last and, if so, where might traders want to look to best position for a continuation of USD strength?
The Canadian Dollar has found a new home as the weakest currency in the G8 SW report as Canada’s 2-year yield advantage to the US vanishes.
The combination of current sentiment and recent changes gives us a stronger USDJPY-bearish contrarian trading bias.
In the FX Week Ahead webinar, we review the top rated events on the DailyFX Economic Calendar and look at how they might impact FX markets.
Price has rallied back to a familiar resistance zone with the immediate advance vulnerable while below this threshold. Here are the targets & invalidation levels to know.