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EUR/USD – Euro Dips to 14-Week Low on Soft German Mfg. Report

November 7, 2017 Kenny Fisher 0

The euro has recorded losses in the Tuesday session. Currently, EUR/USD is trading at 1.1566, down 0.37% on the day. The pair remains under pressure, and has dropped to its lowest level since mid-July. On the release front, German Industrial Production plunged 1.6%, a sharper drop than the forecast of -0.7%. Eurozone consumer spending numbers […]

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I’m Back! Could Oil’s three-year bear run finally be over?

November 7, 2017 James Trescothick 0

Back at the end of October, US crude oil inventories hurt WTI oil once again as it came in higher than expected at 0.9 million barrels as opposed to the -2.6million barrels.   The fact of the matter…

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EM Asia Currencies Rebound

November 7, 2017 Stephen Innes 0

By Patturaja Murugaboopathy Nov 7 (Reuters) – Emerging Asian currencies rebounded on Tuesday as a dollar rally lost some steam on lower U.S. Treasury yields and investors were sceptical that the U.S. Congress will quickly pass a major tax bill. However, investors were wary of a possible escalation in political tensions that could affect the […]

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USD/CAD Canadian Dollar Higher After Dollar Struggles

November 6, 2017 Alfonso Esparza 0

The Canadian dollar appreciated 0.29 percent on Monday. Trading opened for the USD/CAD at 1.2771 and is now on track to end near the 1.2721 price level. The economic calendar looks sparse this week, but geopolitical developments around the world are driving market movements. Oil prices have surged due to the high profile arrests in […]

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The USD dollar comes back from the NFP wobble

November 4, 2017 Stephen Innes 0

Post NFP While the NFP came below the market towering expectations, but with a +90k revision to Aug-Sept jobs, the data implies the hurricane influence was bad, but not as had been reported, so this months  print was less influential However, wage growth came in dismally low, but with the hurricane’s distorting effects thought to […]

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U.S Factory Orders Rise, Core Capital Goods Orders Revised Higher

November 3, 2017 Dean Popplewell 0

New orders for U.S.-made goods rose for a second straight month in September and orders for core capital goods were stronger than previously reported, suggesting manufacturing activity was gathering momentum. Factory goods orders increased 1.4 percent as demand for a range of goods rose, the Commerce Department said on Friday. Orders increased by an unrevised […]

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EUR/USD – Euro Steady Ahead of US Nonfarm Payrolls, Wage Growth

November 3, 2017 Kenny Fisher 0

The euro continues has ticked lower in the Friday session. Currently, EUR/USD is trading at 1.1644, down 0.09% on the day. On the release front, there are no eurozone indicators on the schedule. Employment data will be in the spotlight on Friday, as the US releases Average Hourly Earnings, Nonfarm Payrolls and the unemployment rate. The […]

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