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DailyFX Round Table: Central Bank Wrap-Up, Yen Crosses in Focus

DailyFX Round Table: Central Bank Wrap-Up, Yen Crosses in Focus

Talking Points

Hosted by Currency Strategists Michael Boutros, James Stanley & Christopher Vecchio, this week’s conversation revolves around recent central bank interest rate decisions from the Fed, BoE & BoJ.

-The USD is under pressure but is holding a key range heading into next week- We’ll be looking for the dust to settle with a break of this range to dictate our near-term directional bias.

-BoE- MPC shows a 5-3 spit giving GBP some legs into the close of the week. Cautiously constructive above 1.26 – Critical support at 1.2520/27.

-BoJ upgrades consumer spending expectations but rules out stimulus exit in the near-term. A review of the yen crosses heading into next week sees the possibility for further upside potential.

-Highlighting the economic docket next week is the RBNZ rate decision – Kiwi still holding below basic trendline resistance extending off the yearly highs.

-Technical setups highlighting key levels on DXY, EURJPY, GBPJPY, SPX, Gold, USDJPY and more.

Key Data Releases Next Week

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Michael Boutros – Mondays at 8:30am ET

James Stanley – Tuesdays 1pm ET

Christopher Vecchio – Wednesdays at 7am ET

---Written by Michael Boutros, James Stanley & Christopher Vecchio, Currency Strategists with DailyFX

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