Daniel Dubrovsky

Daniel Dubrovsky

Junior Analyst

Classic technical analysis, macro and economic themes
Daniel Dubrovsky joined DailyFX as a Junior Currency Analyst after contributing market insights for over three years while still a student. He focuses on using classic technical analysis to tactically trade around macro fundamental and economic themes. He holds degrees in Economics and Business Administration from San Francisco State University.



Asia AM Digest: Yen Could Gain if Asian Shares Follow US Lower

With a lack of key economic event risk ahead, all eyes will be at Tokyo open and risk trends. The Japanese Yen could appreciate if Asian shares follow Wall Street lower.

Entering Short NZD/CAD After Prior Checklist Has Been Met

NZD/CAD has been making progress to the downside after key event risk has passed. Now that the checklist has been complete, we placed an order to enter short at 0.9160.

Asia AM Digest: Australian Dollar Faces CPI Amidst Stronger USD

The Australian Dollar could face a potential local CPI miss, already weighed down by a stronger greenback which continued gaining from last week under similar circumstances.

Singapore Dollar and Indonesian Rupiah Face Renewed Fed Hike Bets

ASEAN bloc currencies like the Singapore Dollar face pressure from their US counterpart as Fed rate hike bets were renewed. USD/SGD is trying to make a push higher after a reversal warning sign.

Asia AM Digest: Yen Falls as Japan Mulls Stimulus, Rupiah May Rise

The Japanese Yen fell as this week started, reacting to weekend news of potential government stimulus injection. The Indonesian Rupiah may rise due to trading relationship with Japan.

Weekly Trading Forecast: ECB, US GDP Top Action-Packed Calendar

First-quarter US GDP data and an ECB monetary policy announcement headline an action-packed set of top-tier event risk in the week ahead.

Australian Dollar Faces Potential Local CPI and US GDP Miss

The Australian Dollar fundamental outlook is neutral as key local and US data might both underperform. Can risk trends take the spotlight in such a scenario?

USD/JPY May Fall After Japan CPI if HKMA Sours Sentiment

USD/JPY may fall after today’s in-line Japan CPI report if the HKMA sours sentiment. In addition, ebbing momentum to the upside also warns that prices may soon turn lower.

Asia AM Digest: USD Rises with Hawkish Fed Bets, Yen Faces CPI

The US Dollar rose alongside hawkish Fed monetary policy expectations that also weighed on stocks. Ahead, the Japanese Yen faces a local CPI report which may pass without much notice.

Asian Markets Brush off HKMA Peg Defend, Stocks Turn to Fed Speak

Asian stocks largely ignored aggressive actions from the HKMA which sought to defend their currency peg. Stocks now turn their attention to more Fed speak that may drive risk trends.

Australian Dollar Could Still Rise Despite Drop on Jobs Report

Even though the Australian Dollar depreciated on a worse-than-expected local jobs report, AUD/USD technicals show warning signs that the pair may continue heading higher.

NZD/USD May Be At Risk of Falling After Small Gains on Local CPI

The New Zealand Dollar showed a bittersweet response to mostly in-line local CPI data. However, NZD/USD may continue to decline in the bigger picture as upside momentum ebbs.

Asia AM Digest: CAD & GBP Tumble, NZD/USD Support Faces Local CPI

The Canadian Dollar and British Pound were the worst performing majors on Wednesday. NZD/USD fell as expected and now faces a local CPI report. Can near-term support hold it up?

Singapore Dollar Likes Japan Trade Data More Than Yen for Now

The Yen couldn’t hold on to gains on a local trade balance beat for long until it declined. Meanwhile, the Singapore Dollar appreciated it more but USD/SGD could be at risk of rising.

Asia AM Digest: CHF Falls, JPY Not So Much. Japan Trade Data Due

Even though sentiment improved and the anti-risk Swiss Franc yell, the Japanese Yen managed a comeback. Ahead, the Malaysian Ringgit looks to March’s Japan trade balance report.

Australian Dollar May Recover Losses on Chinese First Quarter GDP

Even though the Australian Dollar took a hit on in-line Chinese GDP, and softer industrial production data, AUD/USD may soon find itself pushing higher amidst a bullish reversal pattern.

New Zealand Dollar May Fall Against its Canadian Counterpart

The New Zealand Dollar may soon find itself depreciating against its Canadian counterpart. However, a few things need to play out first before committing short.

Asia AM Digest: Trump Sinks USD, Singapore Dollar Faces China GDP

President Donald Trump sank the US Dollar as he accused China and Russia of devaluing their currencies. The Singapore Dollar and Malaysian Ringgit face China’s first quarter GDP release.

Malaysian Ringgit Faces Local CPI & China GDP, USD/IDR May Fall

The Malaysian Ringgit faces a local CPI report and first quarter Chinese GDP data. USD/IDR faces the Bank of Indonesia rate decision; it is also at risk of falling.

Asia AM Digest: Syria Fears Abate, Yen Might Strengthen

After a lack of escalating tensions around Syria, the markets began this week in a relatively calm manner with small gaps. The Yen might strengthen if stocks decline on Shinzo Abe protests.