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Weekly Trading Forecast: Volatility Keeps Boiling in the FX Market

Weekly Trading Forecast: Volatility Keeps Boiling in the FX Market

Just as the global capital markets were preparing for the seasonal downshift into Thanksgiving week, multiple central banks sent a shockwave of volatility through the markets. Be wary of FX volatility this week.

US Dollar Forecast– Dollar May Not Have a Quiet Thanksgiving...

From a fundamental perspective, the Dollar’s interest rate backdrop seems to be mired in debate over the timing of the inevitable first hike.

Euro Forecast - Latest Promise of Easing from ECB Keeps Euro Rebound at Bay

The recent slip in Euro-Zone economic data momentum takes away what was one of the only weapons hawks brought to the ECB: that the recent stimulus measures were doing enough in the short-term to justify the ECB holding out on new easing.

Japanese Yen Forecast - Yen Looks Past Japan Recession and Election Risk, Sentiment Trends Key

The Japanese Yen may rise as markets look past the onset of recession and looming general election risk to focus on the trajectory of sentiment trends.

British Pound Forecast - GBP/USD to Break Out on Less-Dovish BoE, Weak U.S. 3Q GDP

GBP/USD may face a more meaningful rebound in the week ahead as the Bank of England (BoE) highlights the risk of overshooting the 2% target for inflation, while the Federal Reserve remains reluctant to move away from its zero-interest rate policy (ZIRP).

Australian Dollar Forecast – AUD To Look Past Local Data Yet Remains At Risk On Elevated Volatility

The Aussie is in for another suspenseful week near its 2014 low as elevated volatility expectations threaten to keep pressure on the high-yielding currency.

Swiss Franc Forecast - Will EURCHF Floor Break? November 30 Referendum in Focus

The Euro-Zone financial crisis and its resulting toll on monetary policy weren’t limited to the European Central Bank: the Swiss National Bank has been forced to act in tandem with the ECB since levying the Sf1.2000 floor on September 6, 2011.

Gold Forecast -Gold Rallies on PBOC, ECB Surprise Easing -1207 Key Resistance

Gold prices are higher for a third consecutive week with the yellow metal rallying 0.8% to trade at $1197 ahead of the New York close on Friday.

Weekly Trading Forecast: Volatility Keeps Boiling in the FX Market

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