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The two reasons for USD strength are Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. Oddsmakers give Clinton about a 65% chance to win but Trump has closed in the polls. In this environment, there is no telling what will happen but one theme permeates from both candidates – spending.Read More...
The trio of central bank decision on Wednesday highlighted the hope and skepticism that surrounds major economies. The yen was the top performer while the US dollar lagged. We break down the path forward. The Premium Insights closed the GBPUSD and USDJPY trades at 230 and 250 pips respectively. 2 new trades were posted, one of which has been filled.Read More...
A strong market is like a strong trader: The good days are great and the bad days aren't too bad at all. The US dollar lagged to start the week but the damage was minimal in another sign of the latent buying interest. The Australian dollar was the top performer with the RBA Minutes due up next. A few Premium trades will be closed ahead of the BoJ-Fed meetings and new ones will open.Read More...
The Strongest & Weakest
- Wake up & smell the coffee - City of London fears May government is shifting towards ‘hard’ Brexit - https://t.co/MC0qOUhTrN (1 hr ago)
- كيفية إغلاق الصفقات في خدمة التوصيات https://t.co/dKphM5cn6i https://t.co/5TyMwr5CWO (7 hr ago)
- In order to meet surging withdrawal requests by investors, Vanguard extends credit line to $3bn - https://t.co/D1Ga2pMuk4 (7 hr ago)
- US stock funds suffer biggest redemptions since Brexit vote - https://t.co/aq0iMJe6IF (yesterday)
- Leicester serious reality check. (yesterday)
- Saudi Arabia backs oil cut tied to freeze by Iran - https://t.co/JmuhAHbPy9 (2 days ago)
- صفقة جديدة أصدرت في الداو https://t.co/6sU8iCa8Hz (2 days ago)
- New trade posted & issued. (2 days ago)
- #EURCAD #USDCAD (2 days ago)
- RT @Livesquawk: Canadian CPI NSA (MoM) Aug: -0.20% (est 0.10%; prev -0.20%) -CPI (YoY) Aug: 1.10% (est 1.40%; prev 1.30%) (2 days ago)
Fed rate cut
UK Exit from EU
€/$ < 0.90
€/$ > 1.25