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Weekly Trading Q&A: Geopolitical Tensions Reverberating Through FX Markets

Weekly Trading Q&A: Geopolitical Tensions Reverberating Through FX Markets

Christopher Vecchio, CFA,

Upcoming Webinars for Week of April 9 to April 14, 2017

Thursday, 7:30 EDT/11:30 GMT: Central Bank Weekly

Thursday, 9:45 EDT/13:45 GMT: Live Data Coverage: US Consumer Confidence (MAR)

See the DailyFX Webinar Calendar for additional strategy sessions in the coming days.

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In this webinar I discuss the top trade setups for the remainder of the week, as well as strategies for dealing with upcoming event risk, focusing on the rise of geopolitical tensions and their impact on FX and commodity markets.

Topics covered include:

- Why should traders be concerned with recent moves in Gold and the Japanese Yen?

- How come the US Dollar (via DXY Index) has struggled to breakout of its consolidation?

- What could stoke the AUD/USD out of its three-month range?

Read more: Moves in Gold, Japanese Yen Ominous; Watching AUD/USD & USD/CAD

--- Written by Christopher Vecchio, Senior Currency Strategist

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