This past week ended with more than a few exceptional market trends.
The Dollar suffered one of its most abrupt swoons in years until NFPs stabilized the currency. Oil and gold meanwhile generated remarkable volatility and tentativ...
A number of major market themes were driven this past week; but for FX, the Dollar’s remarkable volatility grabbed most traders’ attention.
The Australian Dollar may resume its long-term down trend after rebounding to a monthly high last week as testimony from Fed Chair Yellen reboots US rate hike spe...
Both the offshore (CNH) and onshore yuan (CNY) rates closed higher on Friday after China’s central bank raised the yuan reference against the dollar to a on...
This week’s moves have put the Bank of Canada, and CAD traders in a precarious position.
Last week we looked at the astonishing surprise decision by the Bank of Japan to move to negative interest rates.
Oil swung despite a consistent weakness in USD which supported metals. Gold held gains amid soft US data and reduced chances for rate hike
Sharp drop in USD lifted commodities, risk assets. Gold and copper sustained climbs, although oil may face consolidation given supply glut
An oil drop triggered risk-selling before today’s consolidation. Gold gained leverage while copper remained flat amid low volume
Uncertain global growth sparks safe haven buying via gold. Oil slips as OPEC cut seems farfetched. Trade volume lowers before Lunar New Year
Lackluster China PMIs and central banks’ easing bias sustained gold gains. Oil cooled as rumors on OPEC production cuts are rejected
Gold swung around as Bank of Japan’s negative rate hindered haven needs. Oil calmed from Russia-triggered rally via claims of OPEC cuts
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The US Dollar needs a lot of help right now. Will today's US Nonfarm Payrolls report lend a hand?
The US Dollar may find a lifeline in January’s employment data breathes new life into Fed rate hike speculation, lifting the currency after two days of aggressive selling.
In a world where few want a strong currency, where is all of the capital going to flow? Will the Fed yield to this mounting pressure?