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  • GBP/USD Forecast Sep. 29-Oct. 3
    The British pound ended the week with slight losses, as GBP/USD closed the week at 1.6234. This week’s key events are Current Account and the PMI releases. Here is an outlook on the major events moving the yen and an updated technical analysis for GBP/USD. It was an uneventful… The post GBP/USD Forecast Sep. 29-Oct. 3 appeared first on ForexTV.
  • Monday morning foreign exchange prices, early indications
    Good morning, afternoon or evening to all ForexLive participants and welcome to the start of the new FX week. New Zealand switched to daylight saving time on Sunday, so the week has kicked off a little earlier than normal (GMT time). As is usual for a Monday… The post Monday morning foreign exchange prices, early indications appeared first on ForexTV.
  • Is the ECB getting reading to take over Italy?
    Rumors that Draghi and Visco will leave the ECB to head Italy Italian Premier Matteo Renzi spoke to La Repubblica on the weekend after rumors that Bank of Italy leader Ignazio Visco will replace him and that ECB President Mario Draghi may be asked to succeed Giorgio Napolitano… The post Is the ECB getting reading to take over Italy? appeared first on ForexTV.
  • Fed hawk Richard Fisher: We risk falling behind the curve on inflation
    Dallas Fed President Richard Fisher spoke with Fox News on Sunday morning and warned (once again) on inflation: Worried that we are  behind the curve at the Fed We could get wage inflation but I’m not worried about it yet US economy is “definitely… The post Fed hawk Richard Fisher: We risk falling behind the curve on inflation appeared first on ForexTV.
  • USD/JPY Forecast Sep. 29-Oct. 3
    USD/JPY was almost unchanged last week, as the pair closed at 109.22. The upcoming week has 10 events, led by Household Spending, Retail Sales and the Tankan indices. Here is an outlook on the major events moving the yen and an updated technical analysis for USD/JPY. It was an uneventful week in Japan, with … The post USD/JPY Forecast Sep. 29-Oct. 3 appeared first on ForexTV.
  • Poll: Will the euro gain or decline in the week ahead?
    The euro has fallen in four consecutive days and ended the week at 1.2674. EUR/USD has declined in 9 of the past 11 weeks. var loggedin = 'yes'; var myoperc = 'yes'; Will the euro climb or fall in the week ahead? Time for a rebound! Keep the shorts on! Trade ideas welcome in the comments. The post Poll: Will the euro gain or decline in the week ahead? appeared first on ForexTV.
  • It’s a dominant EU that heads into the final day of the weekend
    Yes folks, it’s the last day of the 40th Ryder Cup which I posted about on Friday and Europe are 10-6 up ahead against the USA with the singles just underway in what will be a captivating day’s golf. I can’t stress enough what a thoroughly devouring competition this is whether you like… The post It’s a dominant EU that heads into the final day of the weekend appeared first on ForexTV.
  • The week ahead according to Morgan Stanley
    Part 4537 of our look at what the investment banks analysts ( love ‘em or loathe ‘em ) are thinking right now courtesy of efxnews.com . Morgan Stanley is out with a note saying: USD strength on the high yielders… The post The week ahead according to Morgan Stanley appeared first on ForexTV.
  • The week ahead according to Morgan Stanley
    Part 4537 of our look at what the investment banks analysts ( love ‘em or loathe ‘em ) are thinking right now courtesy of efxnews.com . Morgan Stanley is out with a note saying: USD strength on the high yielders. Bullish. Watch: PCE, ADP, Factory orders, Non-farm payrolls… The post The week ahead according to Morgan Stanley appeared first on ForexTV.
  • UK PM Cameron hints he would be prepared to recommend a No vote in EU referendum
    but says he is confident he will secure British opt-out from EU’s founding declaration to create ‘ever closer union’ The UK PM speaking on this morning’s Andrew Marr show ahead of his party’s annual conference which starts … The post UK PM Cameron hints he would be prepared to recommend a No vote in EU referendum appeared first on ForexTV.

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  • Loonie Continues to Weaken Against the Greenback
    The Canadian dollar continues to weaken against the greenback, thanks in large part to the recent difficulties with oil prices, and with commodity prices in general. The loonie is still maintaining its gains over the European currencies, though, mainly because of the relative strength of its economy. (…)Read the rest of Loonie Continues to Weaken Against the Greenback (122 words) Posted on Forex News.
  • UK Pound Sees Some Help From Economy
    UK pound is seeing a little help today in Forex trading. While there is still a trend toward overall uncertainty that is keeping the pound down against currencies like the dollar and the yen, sterling is gaining ground against the euro again. (…)Read the rest of UK Pound Sees Some Help From Economy (132 words) Posted on Forex News.
  • US Dollar Strengthens on Uncertainty and Unrest
    Greenback is heading higher again, thanks in large part to the uncertainty and unrest that continues to plague the world. Also helping the US dollar is the latest economic news, which is fueling speculation that interest rate hikes could come sooner rather than later. (…)Read the rest of US Dollar Strengthens on Uncertainty and Unrest (121 words) Posted on Forex News.
  • Euro Expected to Remain Lower
    Euro is mostly lower today against its major counterparts, and is expected to remain weak for some time. The latest inflation figures are about to be released, and policymakers have already indicated their willingness to do what it takes to weaken the euro in the name of economic stimulus. (…)Read the rest of Euro Expected to Remain Lower (131 words) Posted on Forex News.
  • Yen Drops After Inflation Data
    Japanese yen is lower against its major counterparts following the release of the latest inflation data. The Japanese economy continues to struggle, and that means that policymakers are likely to continue to pursue a course that includes keeping the yen weak. (…)Read the rest of Yen Drops After Inflation Data (131 words) Posted on Forex News.
  • Loonie Tries to Make Up Lost Ground
    Canadian dollar tumbled yesterday, falling all the way below the 90 cent level against the US dollar, due to expectations for the global economy and to policy divergence with the greenback. Today, the loonie is trying to eke out gains against its major counterparts. (…)Read the rest of Loonie Tries to Make Up Lost Ground (125 words) Posted on Forex News.
  • Greenback Gains on Increased Policy Divergence
    US dollar index is higher today, thanks in large part to the policy divergence that the greenback has with its counterparts. US dollar is gaining ground against other majors as expectations for higher rates provide support. (…)Read the rest of Greenback Gains on Increased Policy Divergence (138 words) Posted on Forex News.
  • Euro Continues to Struggle Against Counterparts
    Even though the euro has made up some lost ground recently, the 18-nation currency continues to struggle against some of its counterparts. Even with the euro catching up to the greenback, the US dollar is still expected to maintain the upper hand. (…)Read the rest of Euro Continues to Struggle Against Counterparts (140 words) Posted on Forex News.
  • UK Pound Continues in Strength
    UK pound continues to gain ground today against the euro and the dollar, thanks in large part to expectations for the future, and the fact that policy divergence with the eurozone remains expected. The Scottish independent vote gave sterling a boost that is carrying over to today. (…)Read the rest of UK Pound Continues in Strength (125 words) Posted on Forex News.
  • Aussie Attempts to Overcome Bearish Bias
    The Australian dollar gained today, joining other currencies that reversed their previous losses and rallied. Domestic fundamental data also helped Australia’s currency to overcome its bearish momentum, at least for now.(…)Read the rest of Aussie Attempts to Overcome Bearish Bias (95 words) Posted on Forex News.