News & Analysis at your fingertips.

We use a range of cookies to give you the best possible browsing experience. By continuing to use this website, you agree to our use of cookies.
You can learn more about our cookie policy here, or by following the link at the bottom of any page on our site.



Notifications below are based on filters which can be adjusted via Economic and Webinar Calendar pages.

Live Webinar

Live Webinar Events


Economic Calendar

Economic Calendar Events

Free Trading Guides
Please try again
Oil - US Crude
of clients are net long.
of clients are net short.
Long Short

Note: Low and High figures are for the trading day.

Data provided by
Wall Street
More View more
Real Time News
  • Forex quotes reflect the price of different currencies at any point in time. Since a trader’s profit or loss is determined by movements in price, it is essential to develop a sound understanding of how to read currency pairs. Learn how to read quotes here:
  • The non-farm payroll (NFP) figure is a key economic indicator for the United States economy. It is also referred to as the monthly market mover. Find out why it has been given this nickname here:
  • Looking for a new way to trade reversals? One of the most used reversal candle patterns is known as the Harami. Like most candlestick formation patterns, the Harami tells a story about sentiment in the market. Get better with trading reversals here:
  • It’s important for traders to be familiar with FX spreads as they are the primary cost of trading currencies. Understand a pair's spread here:
  • The British Pound is giving back some of its multi-month gains with some pairs testing notable support despite a positive fundamental backdrop. Get your market update from @nickcawley1 here:
  • Dealing with the fear of missing out – or FOMO – is a highly valuable skill for traders. Not only can FOMO have a negative emotional impact, it can cloud judgment and overshadow logic. Learn how you can control FOMO in your trading here:
  • Gold is facing the neckline of a Double Bottom Pattern after bouncing off a confirmed longer-term trendline. Is a bullish reversal in order? Get your market update from @FxWestwater here:
  • Central banks often deem it necessary to intervene in the foreign exchange market to protect the value of their national currency. Learn how central bank intervention can impact your trading here:
  • Rollover is the interest paid or earned for holding a currency spot position overnight. Learn how to earn rollover interest on your open positions here:
  • The New Zealand Dollar is in a tricky spot. On one hand, rising stocks can propel NZD. On the other, a dovish RBNZ ahead could cool bond yields as the government tackles soaring housing costs. Get your market update from @ddubrovskyFX here:
Video: Expectations of EURUSD and USDJPY Breaks Pushed to Next Week

Video: Expectations of EURUSD and USDJPY Breaks Pushed to Next Week

John Kicklighter, Chief Strategist

Talking Points:

•The June US payrolls fell short of the market-moving potential necessary to force a USDollar break

Euro and risk-directed trades (like Yen crosses) will struggle for movement before the week closes

• Pairs like AUDCAD, GBPAUD and perhaps even GBPUSD may be more capable of playing out their technicals

Sign up for a free trial of DailyFX-Plus to have access to Trading Q&A's, educational webinars, updated speculative positioning measures, trading signals and much more!

Following a ten-month rally, the USDollar has spent the past few months developing a congestion pattern. With the boundaries closing in, the potential for a breakout is starting to stir speculators' interests. The same patterns are reflected in many of the dollar based majors - EURUSD, USDJPY, AUDUSD - and even equities. The Dollar is driven by rate expectations while stocks are the domain of 'risk trends'. Yet, both are going to struggle for motivation until more potent drivers come along. NFPs has added to the Fed rate forecast but not settled the debate between hawks and doves. The weekend Greek vote hangs over the Euro and general sentiment. Liquidity is also a hurdle with the US markets off early for an extended holiday weekend. There is plenty of pressure building up, but satisfaction is unlikely to come until at least next week. Given the circumstances, some positions should be taken off (like my EURJPY short) or avoided; while others may present opportunities in exactly the conditions that soothe (such as AUDCAD and GBPUSD). We discuss approach an expectations in today's Trading Video.


Sign up for John’s email distribution list, here.

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