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Record S&P and Bad NFPs, But The Dollar Continues to Be Bought

Record S&P and Bad NFPs, But The Dollar Continues to Be Bought

The USDollar moved lower on Friday with disappointing NFPs, but ended the week higher against all the majors. Will the S&P hold a record 1,700 level or give way and send the Dollar sky high?

Dollar Can’t Hold Gains, but Don’t Call the Rally Over Yet

The US Dollar looked to take out key highs versus the Japanese Yen, Euro, and other counterparts. Yet a disappointing US Nonfarm Payrolls reportleft Dollar bulls wanting and yet the S&P 500 finished at record-highs – what might we see in the week ahead?

Euro Targets 1.3250 but Difficult with Risk Trends, Italian GDP

An absence of overriding themes like ‘risk trends’ can open the euro pairs up to influence from the local docket. That can generate fireworks for pairs like EURUSD or EURJPY prone to breakouts as top tier event risk like the Italian 2Q GDP release cross the wires.

After July NFPs Miss, Yen Set to Extend Gains if BoJ Holds

The Japanese Yen wasn’t the best performer last week, but it could be in the week ahead if the Bank of Japan applauds recent gains in growth and inflation data.

British Pound Rebound Vulnerable to BoE Forward-Guidance

The British Pound struggled to hold its ground even as the Bank of England (BoE) retained its current policy in August, and the sterling may face additional headwinds in the week ahead amid growing speculation that the central bank will adopt forward-guidance for monetary policy…

Australian Dollar Looks Past RBA Rate Cut to Forward Policy Bets

The Australian Dollar is likely to look past a much-expected RBA rate cut to focus on indicators foreshadowing where policy is heading thereafter.

Gold Holds Support as NFPs Disappoint- $1349 Remains Key Resistance

Gold prices were softer at the close of trade this week with the yellow metal sliding 1.5% to close at $1312 in New York on Friday…

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