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EURUSD Extends Trend, Gold Threatens to Reverse, Stocks Just Exude Breakout Risk

EURUSD Extends Trend, Gold Threatens to Reverse, Stocks Just Exude Breakout Risk


Over the medium-term there are some remarkable trends to highlight – whether we are looking at the Dollar’s steady climb, equities 2019 bull wave or gold’s impressive break to six-year highs. Yet, recent congestion in this presumable active month of September has investors expecting a break but questioning bearing.

Dow Jones, Nasdaq 100, DAX 30 Technical Forecasts for the Week

The Dow Jones and Nasdaq 100 remain within reach of all-time highs while the DAX 30 undergoes a period of consolidation before it can look to continue higher.

Crude Price Technical Outlook: Charts Mired by Confluence

Crude oil price action has experienced a considerable amount of volatility that is likely to carry over into the final quarter of 2019 beginning next week and risks a breakout from its recent range.

Euro Weekly Outlook: EUR/USD, EUR/JPY Downtrends. EUR/GBP to Rise?

The Euro technical forecast is biased to the downside versus the US Dollar and Japanese Yen as downtrends remain intact. EUR/GBP on the other hand may be staging an upside reversal.

Australian Dollar Price Chart: Aussie Looks for Support into October Open

Aussie is attempting to stabilize above 10-year lows into the close of September trade. Here are the levels that matter on the AUD/USD weekly chart.

US Dollar Technical Outlook: USD Trying to Break-free, Sustain a Rally

The Dollar got some pep in its step last week but is at yet another crucial crossroad, history suggests it will fade but that behavior could soon give-way to real momentum.

Gold Prices Form Reversal Pattern to Threaten Year-Long Bull Trend

Gold would slide comfortable within range this past week, and that is important for those watching the technical development for the market. A head-and-shoulders pattern has solidified and a big picture reversal risk looms.

EURUSD Extends Trend, Gold Threatens to Reverse, Stocks Just Exude Breakout Risk

DailyFX provides forex news and technical analysis on the trends that influence the global currency markets.