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Weekly Trading Forecast: Dollar Prevails as FX Volatility Climbs

Weekly Trading Forecast: Dollar Prevails as FX Volatility Climbs

Ilya Spivak, David Song, David Rodriguez, John Kicklighter, Michael Boutros, David de Ferranti,

Dollar Matches Longest Run in 15 Years - A Distinct Reversal Risk

If indeed, the dollar is riding high on the difficulties of its most liquid counterparts; then its trend is fragile and at significant risk of stalling.

Euro Punished by ECB’s New Measures as QE Remains on Hold

For now, pressure on the Euro is to remain although bulls will cling to the hope of a short covering rally given the overextended nature of current futures positioning.

British Pound Has Plummeted - Here's What We’re Watching Next

A relatively empty economic calendar for both the UK and the US suggests that the Sterling might catch a break. Yet we’ll need to keep a close eye on official commentary ahead of the highly-anticipated Scottish referendum just two weeks away.

Japanese Yen to Ignore Domestic Data, Focus on Fed Policy Speculation

The Japanese Yen may rise if a round of supportive US economic data fuels stimulus withdrawal fears, sparking risk aversion and triggering carry trade liquidation.

AUD Stamina To Be Tested On Employment Data And Surge In Volatility

The AUD’s resilience is under threat over the coming week, yet can another ‘shock’ jobs report and spike in market volatility leave a lasting dent on the currency.

NZDUSD to Face Larger Rebound If RBNZ Removes Verbal Intervention

The biggest risk surrounding the RBNZ interest rate decision will be a removal of the verbal intervention on the kiwi as the central bank sees a more sustainable recovery in New Zealand.

Gold Holds Support Post NFPs- Bearish Sub $1282

Looking ahead to next week, the US economic docket will be rather light with only Whole sale inventories, retail sales and the preliminary University of Michigan confidence surveys on tap.

Weekly Trading Forecast: Dollar Prevails as FX Volatility Climbs

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