An upward revision in the 1Q U.S. GDP Report may derail the near-term rebound in EUR/USD as it fuels speculation for an imminent Fed rate-hike.
The Australian Dollar looks vulnerable to continued losses as the Fed versus RBA monetary policy divergence continues to appear increasingly more pronounced.
We are now less than four weeks from the vote waited upon around-the-world; and that is the decision that UK voters will tackle on June 23rd that will decide the ...
A pickup in the Canadian economy accompanied by slowing job growth in the U.S. may fuel a near-term decline in USD/CAD as the Bank of Canada (BoC) appears to be m...
The Japanese Yen fell for the fourth-consecutive week against the US Dollar and matched its longest losing streak since the USD/JPY traded above ¥121 through ...
More of the same from the ECB accompanied with signs of stronger inflation may prop up EUR/USD as market participants scale back bets for more easing.
Crude oil and gold prices may decline as upgraded first-quarter US GDP figures and hawkish comments from Fed Chair Yellen fuel FOMC rate hike speculation.
Gold prices may extend a six-day losing streak as upbeat US durable goods orders data and hawkish Fed commentary boost imminent rate hike speculation.
Crude oil prices are poised to test above the $50/barrel figure while gold has broken three-month support, hinting the long-term down trend may be resuming.
Gold prices are on pace for the longest streak in six months as firming Fed rate hike speculation undermines demand for anti-fiat assets and boosts the US Dollar.
Crude oil prices may be topping near the $49/barrel figure while gold price momentum is slowing even as downward drift continues. Eurozone PMI data and Fed commentary are in focus ahead.
Crude oil and gold prices may carve out divergent paths into the week-end if comments from G7 officials hint fiscal policy may be readying to help central banks boost growth.
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With key events on the US calendar and a three-day weekend ahead, market risk is highest during the North American morning hours today.
The British Pound may overlook revised UK GDP data as Brexit speculation preoccupies investors. The US Dollar rally may resume as Fed rate hike bets swell anew.
Oil is up a whopping 91% from the low set on February 11th, and a new psychological level just came into play. When might this rally find resistance?