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Japanese Yen Will Face Headwinds If Abe Breaks His Fiscal Bonds


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The Japanese Yen market paid little attention to a wire report that the country’s Prime Minister would like to reduce key fiscal constraints. That will change if he does.

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US Dollar, Equities Fall After Yellen Calls Stock Valuations ’Rich’


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The US Dollar slid along with equities as Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen made her first public remarks since the US central bank raised rates on June 14.

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Yuan Gains on Chinese Premier Li’s Talk; Eyes Resistance ahead of PMI


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The USD/CNH is testing the upper bound of a downward trend.

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DXY Sinks into Yearly Lows with EUR/USD at Fresh Highs

The DXY Index has traded to its lowest levels since June FOMC meeting after ECB President Draghi issued hawkish commentary on inflation.
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Asian Markets Mostly Lower As Wall Street Weakness Weighs

Asian investors couldn’t get past a feeble Tuesday finish for US stocks in a session which offered little domestic news. The ASX 200 managed gains.
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Japanese Yen May Extend Rebound as Risk Appetite Sours

The Japanese Yen may continue higher having launched a recovery in Asian trade as souring sentiment boosts demand for the perennially anti-risk currency.
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Japanese Yen Will Face Headwinds If Abe Breaks His Fiscal Bonds

The Japanese Yen market paid little attention to a wire report that the country’s Prime Minister would like to reduce key fiscal constraints. That will change if he does.
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Crude Oil Price Recovery May Unravel on EIA Inventory Data

Crude oil prices seem to be struggling to sustain a tepid recovery from ten-month lows. The weekly set of EIA inventory flow statistics may bring outright capitulation.
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US Dollar Extends Drop As IMF Lowers US Economic Growth Forecast

The US Dollar extended its decline through Tuesday’s session on news the International Monetary Fund (IMF) reduced its outlook for the United States’ economy because of policy uncertainty.
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by  Christian Lewis

US Dollar, Equities Fall After Yellen Calls Stock Valuations ’Rich’

The US Dollar slid along with equities as Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen made her first public remarks since the US central bank raised rates on June 14.
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Yuan Gains on Chinese Premier Li’s Talk; Eyes Resistance ahead of PMI

The USD/CNH is testing the upper bound of a downward trend.
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NZD/USD: Has the Rally Finally Peaked?

Kiwi has responded to technical resistance, highlighting the risk for a near-term corrective pullback. Here are the updated targets & invalidation levels that matter.
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EUR/USD Extends Bullish Series as ECB’s Draghi Softens Dovish Tone

EUR/USD extends the bullish sequence carried over from the previous week as European Central Bank (ECB) President Mario Draghi adopts a less-dovish tone.
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Euro, Pound Test Resistance as Dollar Drain Drives Deeper

The bearish run in the Dollar continues after a recent rejection at resistance. With Fed Chair Janet Yellen set to speak at 1 PM ET today, expect volatility to continue into the afternoon.
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EUR/GBP Looks Set for Further Gains

EURGBP has the potential to push even higher after ECB’s Draghi adds some impetus.
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Euro Rallies on Draghi Commentary; Dollar Waits on Yellen

The DXY Index has traded to its lowest levels since June FOMC meeting after ECB President Draghi issued hawkish commentary on inflation.
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Bank of England Confirms Brexit Contingency Planning Underway

The Bank of England has reiterated that it is overseeing contingency planning to mitigate possible risks to financial stability as the UK withdraws from the EU.
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Bullish Signals Pointing to Crude Oil Price Recovery

Technical and positioning data are pointing to a breakout to the upside from a downward-sloping channel on the crude oil price chart.
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EUR/USD Retains Bullish Sequence Ahead of US Confidence, Yellen Speech

Another downtick in the U.S. Consumer Confidence survey may open up the topside targets for EUR/USD as it drags on interest-rate expectations.
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Asia Equity Mixed As Oil Gains, Yellen Comments Loom

Asian markets lacked overall direction once again Tuesday despite plentiful local interest. Investors await the Fed Chair who will speak later in London
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Pound May Turn Volatile on FSR Release, US Dollar Eyeing Yellen

The British Pound may turn volatile as the Bank of England releases the latest edition of its Financial Stability Report (FSR). The US Dollar is eyeing a speech form Fed Chair Yellen.
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Australian Dollar Gains as China’s Li Upbeat at ’Sumer Davos’

The Australian Dollar continued to gain on Tuesday after Chines Premier Li Keqiang stood up for globalization once again and urged other nations to do the same.
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Gold Price Drop Blamed on Fat Finger, Yellen Speech Now in Focus

Gold prices sank to a six-week low in a move blamed on a “fat finger” error. Traders now look to a speech from Fed Chair Janet Yellen to establish direction cues.
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Australian Dollar Holds Up As China’s Industrial Profits Grow

The Australian Dollar didn’t get much of a lift following news of perky Chinese industrial profits, but it did get up to its session highs in the aftermath of the numbers
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New Zealand Dollar Slips As Stronger Imports Hit Trade Balance

The New Zealand Dollar got an early jolt in Tuesday’s Asian session as an unexpected rise in imports weighed heavily on its home country’s trade balance.
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Brexit Briefing: After DUP Deal, Attention Turns to Queen’s Speech Debate

UK Prime Minister Theresa May agreed a deal Monday with Northern Ireland’s Democratic Unionist Party that should give her the Parliamentary majority necessary to pass her Brexit legislation.
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USD/JPY Breakout Attempt Stalls, Fed Rhetoric in Focus

Lackluster data prints coming out of the U.S. economy may keep USD/JPY in a narrow range as market participants mull the timing of the next Fed rate-hike.
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