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Forex Webinar: Fundamental Forecast - Front-Loaded Event Risk and Quick Liquidity Drain

Forex Webinar: Fundamental Forecast - Front-Loaded Event Risk and Quick Liquidity Drain

John Kicklighter, Chief Strategist

Talking Points:

• The US holiday Thursday will significantly hamper trading conditions in the global market

• Seasonal studies suggest November is a very low volume and strong 'risk on' month - the former looks true

• Data is heavy in the first 72 hours of trade this week, but it will be raging against an inevitable dusk

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Chief Strategist John Kicklighter discusses the top Forex fundamental themes for the coming week of trading. We will have to look higher than simple data releases and even major themes this week. It will be substantially more difficult to translate fundamentals into price action because of the expected swing in liquidity coming up. There is a major US holiday scheduled Thursday; and historically, it tends to deflate global markets. That makes for a very hard breaking on otherwise active markets. Will emerging trends and a propensity to volatility be fully restrained this week? We discuss this dichotomy in this week's fundamental webinar.

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