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Weekly Trading Forecast: How Will Markets Position to End 2017?

Weekly Trading Forecast: How Will Markets Position to End 2017?

Financial markets have just one full week of trade left in 2017. Here is what major currencies, commodities and equity indexes might do with it.

US Dollar Forecast: US Dollar Looks Vulnerable Through the End of 2017

The US Dollar plunged despite a seemingly hawkish lead from the Federal Reserve. It will probably struggle to find a lifeline before the calendar turns to 2018.

Euro Forecast: Sideways Trading Through End of 2017 Looks Likely for Euro

Clear signs that the ECB's normalization process is underway may be good long-term, but for the foreseeable future, supersaturated net-long positioning in the futures market may be a handicap for the Euro.

Japanese Yen Forecast: BoJ Discusses Reversal Rate as The Quest Continues Towards the Elusive 2%

Next week brings the final Bank of Japan rate decision for 2017, and while inflation remains well-below the bank’s 2% target, the BoJ appear steadfast and determined to drive-in higher prices.

Australian Dollar Forecast: Australian Dollar May Have Risen As Far As It's Going This Year

The Australian Dollar got unexpected lift from both local and international factors last week. It can’t rely on more of the same in the coming sessions however.

Canadian Dollar Forecast: USD/CAD Resilience Vulnerable to Strong Canada Inflation Figures

A marked pickup in Canada’s headline reading for inflation may rattle the near-term resilience in USD/CAD as it puts pressure on the BoC to further normalize monetary policy.

Crude Oil Forecast: Slew of Bearish Data Fails To Reverse Price

In light of recent bad news in the crude oil market failing to significantly reverse the trend, oil traders are holding onto their optimistic views.

Equities Forecast: S&P 500, DAX & FTSE Outlook; Markets Looking to Close Year Strong

This past week we had three major central bank meetings, the week ahead quiets down as the year quickly draws to a close; markets looking to close out year on a strong note.

Gold Forecast: Gold Prices Off Key Support- FOMC Rally Eyes Initial Resistance Hurdles

Gold prices rebounded off critical support this week with the Fed inspired rally now eyeing initial targets. Here are the updated targets & invalidation levels that matter.

Weekly Trading Forecast: How Will Markets Position to End 2017?

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