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Dollar and S&P 500 Correlation Returns, But Not On Risk Trends

Dollar and S&P 500 Correlation Returns, But Not On Risk Trends

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One of the most familiar cross-market correlations has realigned recently. The S&P 500 and US Dollar are once again moving in opposition to each other.

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Political Fears Remain Despite SPX, Dollar and VIX pause

Political Fears Remain Despite SPX, Dollar and VIX pause

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Once again, a remarkable charge of volatility through the end of one week doesn't carry to the start of the new period.

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Webinar: FX Week Ahead: EUR/USD in Focus with Draghi, Yellen Speeches at Jackson Hole

Webinar: FX Week Ahead: EUR/USD in Focus with Draghi, Yellen Speeches at Jackson Hole

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In the FX Week Ahead webinar, we review the top rated events on the DailyFX Economic Calendar and look at how they might impact FX markets.

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Asia Stocks Steadier, US Dollar Gains As Jackson Hole Nears

Asian stocks responded well to the rare sight of a stronger US Dollar. However the Nikkei couldn’t quite join its regional peers in the green zone
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Crude Oil Prices Look to API Inventory Data for Direction

Crude oil prices are looking to the weekly set of API inventory flow figures for direction cues after two days of seesaw volatility left them stuck in familiar territory.
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USD/JPY Bearish Behavior Persists Ahead of Fed Economic Symposium

USD/JPY stands at risk of extending the decline from earlier this month as market participants scale back bets for three Fed rate-hikes in 2017.
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Brexit Briefing: GBP Shrugs Off Latest UK Position Papers

After its heavy losses earlier this month, GBPUSD has stabilized as the latest UK Government Brexit position papers have no discernible market impact.
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Chicago Fed Index Shows US Growth is Slumping

The Chicago Fed Index indicates a slight contraction in economic activity which comes as a surprise to economists.
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Will the U.S. Dollar Find a Spark of Strength at Jackson Hole?

The big item on the calendar for this week is the Jackson Hole Economic Symposium, and last year's event sparked a run of strength in the Dollar. Might we be heading for another USD-reversal around Jackson Hole?
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Euro, US Dollar Set for Important Week with Jackson Hole in Sight

The DXY Index continues to ride its August uptrend, but has yet to break through key resistance before we can say that a bottom has been established.
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Yen Aims Higher as Market Sentiment Sours Anew

The Japanese Yen is aiming higher as market-wide sentiment sours anew but political volatility in the US may yet stoke seesaw price swings across the asset universe.
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Asian Stocks Mixed, Washington And Korea In Investors’ Sights

The stepping down of White House strategist Steve Bannon and the start of military drills between the US and South Korea kept geopolitics front and center
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Gold Prices Rejected at 8-Month High, Jackson Hole in Focus

Gold prices were rejected lower after touching an eight-month high, with all eyes now focused on the Fed policy conference in Jackson Hole, Wyoming due late in week.
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Euro Vulnerable if ECB’s Draghi Disappoints at Jackson Hole

ECB President Draghi's highly anticipated speech at the Jackson Hole Economic Symposium could leave Euro bulls disappointed - a classic case of 'buy the rumor, sell the news.'
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NZ Dollar Holds Above Key Support After Mixed Credit Card Data

The New Zealand Dollar’s vigor was already waning ahead of mixed local credit-card spending numbers. NZD/USD remains comfortable above key support however.
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Weekly Trading Forecast: All Eyes on Jackson Hole Symposium

Financial markets may be singularly focused on the Fed's annual conference in Jackson Hole, Wyoming amid a lull in top-tier data flow but politics remain a wildcard.
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Crude Oil Between A Shale Rock And A Hard Place On Third Weekly Decline

WTI Crude Oil ended the week with a strong rebound and hope remains for Bulls when looking at the physical market demand despite falling for the third week on threats of rising U.S. output.
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Gold Prices Rally to Fresh Yearly ahead of Jackson Hole

Prices are closing lower on the week after pressing to fresh yearly highs with all eyes on next week’s economic symposium. Here are the updated targets & invalidation levels that matter next week.
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S&P 500, Global Markets to Start Week on Edge

Global markets will start out for a second week in a row on the brink of breaking down, how they trade early-on could set the tone for rest of the week.
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Yuan Torn Between Liquidity Shortage, Growth Concerns

China’s monetary policy is back to spotlight this week. To curb risks or to maintain the growth, that is a question.
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USD/CAD to Eye 2017-Low on Dovish Fed as Focus Shifts to Jackson Hole

Headlines coming out of the Fed Economic Symposium may push USD/CAD back towards the August-low amid narrow bets for another 2017 rate-hike.
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NZD Boosted by Risk-on Sentiment But Weakness Remains

The New Zealand dollar benefitted from a bout of risk-on sentiment this week while mixed producer price data was largely ignored. ButKiwi weakness still remains the favored theme.
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Becalmed Australian Dollar May Need Left-Field Impetus

The Australian Dollar may struggle for direction this week as neither the domestic nor the international economic news schedules have very much to offer investors.
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Yen Remains Strong as Risk Aversion Trumps GDP: Inflation on Deck

While second quarter GDP came-in quite a bit stronger than expected, markets appeared to care little as the larger overall theme of risk aversion continued to garner attention.
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GBP: Another Difficult Week Coming Up

August has been a difficult month so far for the British Pound and its weakness looks set to continue in the week ahead.
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US Dollar Rebound in the Balance as All Eyes Turn to Jackson Hole

The impressive resilience of the US Dollar will be tested as markets look for stimulus withdrawal clues at the Fed’s annual gathering in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.
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USD/CAD Bear-Flag Unfolds Ahead of Fed Symposium in Jackson Hole

USD/CAD may continue to give back the rebound from the July-low (1.2413) as a bear-flag unfolds ahead of the Fed’s Economic Symposium in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.
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