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Forex Trading Video: Beware Heavy Seas for FX and Capital Markets Next Week

Forex Trading Video: Beware Heavy Seas for FX and Capital Markets Next Week

John Kicklighter, Chief Strategist

Talking Points:

• We are looking at an abundance of fundamental event risk next week including NFPs and an ECB decision

• Risk trends are of particular concern as the quarter end meets a S&P 500 breakout scenario

• Relative yield forecasts will be another big theme for EURUSD, GBPUSD and others with key updates

Market conditions change, and our strategy should reflect those changes. We have coded the DailyFX-Plus strategies for Breakout, Range and Momentum to adapt to these market shifts.

Next week's trading conditions are looking like the antithesis of what we slogged through this past period. Event risk and market adjustments ahead raise the threat level for meaningful breakouts. And, given the magnitude of what lies ahead, it may engage the type of underlying themes and conviction that suss out true trends from the markets. Financial flows with the quarterly rollover put risk trends on notice. Meanwhile, US NFPs, an ECB rate decision and RBA policy meeting will ensure active speculation surrounding yield forecasting. We discuss cover these important themes and their implications for market impact in the weekend Trading Video.

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