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Weekly Trading Forecast: Will the Fed Tip a June Hike and EURUSD Parity?

Weekly Trading Forecast: Will the Fed Tip a June Hike and EURUSD Parity?

Whether you trade the Dollar, Equities or any other asset; this week's Fed rate decision can redefine your market.

US Dollar Forecast – Dollar Exhibits Speculative Frenzy Before FOMC Offers Rate Timetable

The day of reckoning is almost upon us. This Wednesday, the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) will deliver its forecasts for economic trends and interest rates.

Japanese Yen Forecast – USD/JPY to Take Cues From FOMC as BoJ Endore Wait-and-See Approach

The Federal Open Market Committee’s (FOMC) March 18 meeting may overshadow the fresh commentary coming out of the Bank of Japan (BoJ) and heavily influence the near-term outlook for USD/JPY as Chair Janet Yellen and Co.

British Pound Forecast – British Pound Volatility Near-Guaranteed – Which Way Will it Break?

The British Pound tumbled to fresh five-year lows versus the high-flying US Dollar as traders repriced UK interest rate prospectives.

New Zealand Dollar Forecast – New Zealand Dollar Looks to 4Q GDP, FOMC Outcome for Direction

The New Zealand Dollar is looking to fourth-quarter GDP figures and the outcome of the FOMC monetary policy meeting to establish direction cues.

Gold Forecast – Gold Halts After 9 Days Down – Prices at Key Support Ahead of FOMC

Gold prices are off for a second consecutive week as the commodity rout continued with the precious metal off by more than 1% to trade at 1155 ahead of the New York close on Friday.

Weekly Trading Forecast: Will the Fed Tip a June Hike and EURUSD Parity?

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