Weaker than expected GDP heightens concerns about economic slowdown.
US GDP and Personal Consumption data missed expectations across the board, hurting the US Dollar everywhere.
The Euro was little changed versus other majors after today’s GDP and CPI figures were above expectations
The Bank of Japan announced new measures to add to its list of stimulus measures, but the central bank demurred from the singular and exceptional efforts anticipa...
USD/JPY and the Yen crosses have certainly seen their fair share of volatility these past months, but price does little justice to the extreme anxiety behind the ...
Euro is trading within a bullish near-term technical formation ahead of key U.S. data. Here are the updated targets & invalidation levels that matter into the...
Gold Price Remains Comfortably Above the June Low Trend Line and Ichimoku Support As Markets Await Next Bazooka From BoJ on Friday.
Crude oil and gold prices are looking to European PMI surveys to gauge the degree of post-Brexit slowing in economic activity on both sides of the English Channel.
Gold prices may continue to decline having dropped to the weakest level in a month as supportive comments from the European Central Bank boost market-wide risk appetite.
Crude oil prices rose while gold fell amid a broad swell in market-wide risk appetite after the Bank of England painted an upbeat picture of the post-Brexit UK economy.
Gold prices may hold up despite a break of chart support if German ZEW survey data highlights Brexit spillover risk and triggers broad-based risk aversion.
Crude oil prices edged lower as fears of a supply disruption in Turkey receded after an attempted military coup over the weekend appeared to have failed.
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Fed rate expectations have taken a small step backwards in the wake of yesterday's FOMC meeting...enough to derail the US Dollar?
Markets have to wait for nearly two months for the next Fed meeting. Expect considerable posturing to take place around U.S. rate expectations until then.