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In this webinar we discuss the major data due over the coming week, how the Brexit negotiations have stalled over the summer, why the Euro rally may be on its last breaths, and why the Swiss Franc might prevail as the preferred safe haven if geopolitical tensions ratchet any higher.

Did you miss this week's Round Table? See the full DailyFX Webinar Schedule to sign up for the next one and other strategy sessions!

Other topics covered include:

- What do the last two weeks of August have in store, which are typically marked by low volatility?

- Could the US Dollar decline since the end of June be coming to an end?

- How might have the Bank of England marked the top in the British Pound at the start of August?

Read more: Weekly Trading Forecast: War Worries May Overshadow Key Data Flow

--- Written and produced by Christopher Vecchio, CFA, Senior Currency Strategist, Martin Essex, MSTA, Analyst and Editor, and Nick Cawley, Analyst

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