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US Dollar – Is This Rally Invulnerable? Hardly.

The US dollar extended its incredible performance this past week. The only drawback in taking advantage of this incredible drive…it contradicts most fundamental themes.

Euro Closes Week on Low Note – ECB’s Bluff Called?

The Euro was one of the worst performing currencies this past week, only outpacing the lowly Japanese Yen by +0.45%, while shedding a modest -0.86% against the top Canadian Dollar, and -0.78% against the reinvigorated US Dollar.

Professional Speculators Happy to Sell Japanese Yen

The Japanese Yen tumbled to fresh lows as a surge in US Treasury Yields took the USDJPY to its highest since 2009.

Two Reasons the British Pound Could Fall to Fresh Lows

The British Pound fell to fresh multi-year lows versus the US Dollar last week. The coming week promises much less in terms of foreseeable economic event risk, but recent GBP volatility may continue all the same as we trade near critical price levels.

Gold Range Tightens- Battle Lines Drawn For Next Move

Our neutral bias over the past two weeks has been well warranted with gold holding a tight range below key interim resistance at $1585.

Australian Dollar Aiming Higher as Risk Trends Find Support

The Australian Dollar looks likely to advance as ebbing RBA interest rate cut expectations open the door for returning support from swelling risk appetite.

New Zealand Dollar At Risk Ahead of RBNZ, Chinese Data

The New Zealand Dollar fell slightly over the past week. Looking ahead, the top headlines traders will look to will be topped by the Reserve Bank of New Zealand rate decision and Monetary Policy Statement report on March 14.

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