Two of the most systemic fundamental threats facing the financial system have eased this past week in the avoidance of a second US government shutdown and the ent...
Top-down market themes will continue to drive FX-moves and sentiment this week with US-China trade wars, potential EU auto-tariffs and FX volatility all battling ...
There are several 'high' rated events on the calendar over the coming week, but most of them are clustered together on Thursday.
The USD underperforms relative to major G10 currencies on continued trade war optimism. Turkish Lira dips as CBRT cut Lira reserve requirements.
Gold has taken its cue from a lower US dollar and made a fresh two-week high, nearing its highest level since April 2018 as bulls take control.
Gold prices soared to challenge three-week range resistance, buoyed by a weaker US Dollar. A break higher would put a trend-defining top in the crosshairs.
Crude oil prices may turn lower as worries about slowing global growth weigh on cycle-sensitive assets but US consumer confidence data may offer a lifeline.
Gold prices continue to pressure chart support guiding the uptrend from November as investors eye US retail sales data. Crude oil prices’ resilience may be challenged.
Crude oil prices may look through incoming IEA and DOE statistical releases to focus on sentiment trends. Gold prices are eyeing January’s US CPI report.
Gold prices may fall if US officials avoid another government shutdown, boosting bond yields alongside risk appetite. Crude oil prices may struggle for direction however.
Crude oil prices may continue to fall after hitting a three-week low if disappointing UK GDP data amplifies fears about a global slowdown in economic growth.
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