The FED is closely watching what’s going to happen with the inflation, as nothing would increase the rate hike, if the inflation does not grow. Yellen has another opinion.
We shall sell the GBP at the horizontal level.
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The turmoil surrounding the UK referendum has calmed down and liquidity is returning to the markets.
Twenty-four hours has passed since Donald Trump was elected President of the USA. The market showed how volatile it could be, but what will happen next?
According to the COT CFTC reports, market operators have abruptly shrunk their short buy orders.
As prices rise, more and more investors will be looking at shale oil, and vice versa.
We are waiting for the rates of the offshore Yuan (CHN) to reach our target levels.
Considering the dollar’s dynamics, investors are expecting optimistic signals to come from the FED head.
There is strong trading happening with USD/CAD, as GBP still remains under pressure and is heading towards a bullish engulfing.
The first Friday of the month is here and we are in anticipation of the market labour data.
The Euro, Pound and the Canadian Dollar are butting heads with the USD.
EUR/USD pair is in the best time for a sell, as with the S&P500 we have caught up with the 3rd point of the ascending channel.
Again the US economy is without another rate hike.
Trading Gold has become increasing popular as the price has fluctuated greatly in recent weeks.