Canadian Dollar Trading: US Economic Growth Takes Center Stage

In today’s currency market, Canadian Dollar trading can be a good way to make money, depending on your knowledge of the Canadian economy. Consider these points before you begin. The United States has become the major driving force behind the American dollar and the currency markets, and that has significant implications for those who trade in Canadian dollars. Once the…

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Core-Perimeter Trading Model: US, Eurozone & China

The Core-Perimeter Trading Model: US, Eurozone & China was created to help traders of all experience levels to understand and implement the concept of the circle of influence as it relates to success in the Forex market. When you think about the Forex market as a circle, how do you know where your center is? And what about if you…

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JPY May Rise if OECD, World Bank Forecasts Shatter Growth Prospects

Japan’s Policymakers’ Forecast that JPY May Rise If OECD, World Bank Forecasts Shatters Growth Prospects is Surprising? Why Is it This Way? And Why Is This Kind of Economic Prognosis Mainstream Global Financial Thought? It was never expected that Japan will be a “Success Story” with Quantitative Easing. Why? It seems the world powers decided to spend lots of money…

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EUR/USD Trades at 3-Month High Ahead of ECB Rate Decision

Do you have the “big picture” in your financial portfolio and is EUR/USD trading a part of that picture? For instance, do you have a diversified international portfolio and do you like to have one-way trades on the Forex market for a few reasons? One reason why I like to have one-way trades is the global liquidity. With one-way trades…

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ECB And Bundesbank May Clash

The European Central Bank and the Bundesbank may clash at some point in the future. One of the things we learned from the recent “lose-lose” fiasco in the Euro area was that we are already seeing signs of strains between the two. And now we have an important number of them. According to Reuters, the ECB is very hesitant to…

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EUR/USD Susceptible to Dovish ECB Guidance amid German Court Ruling

The EUR/USD is susceptible to Dovish ECB Guidance amid German Court Ruling. Some believe that these actions by the Bundesbank have affected the EUR/USD price action. Here are my thoughts. The European Central Bank recently sent mixed signals with regard to the ability of its “quantitative easing” (QE) program to stimulate the real economy. One signal was the QE-1 program.…

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USD/BRL Volatility Surges on Moro Resignation

The USD/BRL volatility soared above nine to the dollar. This is surprising as the company has not actually cancelled its bond-trading platform, but rather chose to suspend operations until at least the end of this month. That doesn’t seem like a long enough time for the trade volume to cancel out the effects of the decision by Moro to leave.…

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US Initial Jobless Claims Continue at Historic Levels, USD Gyrates

So far the United States has recorded a record-high number of jobless claims in September. Most recently we reported on how the claims had been surging as Americans continue to grapple with the largest numbers of people unemployed or underemployed in American history. In the same report we reported that more than three million additional jobs were lost in the…

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Canadian Employment: 1010.7k Jobs lost in March in Line with Recent Theme

Of all the jobs lost in Canada in March, one of the most unusual was the job of white collar employment. The accounting and legal professions lost jobs at a far higher rate than manufacturing or transportation and warehousing. However, these three industries have fared much better over the past couple of years as both these sectors grew in size…

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Oil Prices Plunge on Oil Demand Destruction, Will Trump Intervene?

Will Trump Overthrow Oil Prices Plunge On Demand Destruction, Will Trump Intervene? There is a new name being bandied about as an answer to the great unknown that is the oil and gas market. The discovery of massive shale oil reserves in the United States has prompted huge amounts of speculation that the United States will soon become the largest…

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Silver Prices Rise as Coronavirus Money Printing Ramps Up

What is causing the silver prices to rise? It could be from the Coronavirus Money Printing. The Coronavirus has been known about for many years and has always caused havoc to the economy, but it is far worse now because it has spread globally, causing havoc in the banking sector, insurance companies, and financial institutions. We don’t know yet if…

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Crude Oil Price Climbs off the Lows but Recovery Remains Unlikely

The drop in the crude oil price has brought many analysts to ask why there is a rebound in oil prices. One might be inclined to ask the same question about a rise in the stock market, which also undergoes the same decline after the news of economic trouble makes the headlines. But one must be cautious to interpret that…

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USD May Rise if Sentiment Data Spurs Demand for Havens

The S&P USD is trading in a bullish manner due to demand for Havens in USD. One would expect this to happen as long as the US Dollar holds strong against major foreign currencies. On the other hand, the strongest economic indicators indicate that global trade is slowing down. This is largely due to two factors: overproduction of goods and…

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Oil Forecast: Crude Oil Price Looks to OPEC Meeting, Supply Cuts

Oil Forecast: Crude Oil Price Looks to OPEC Meeting, Supply Cuts on the Horizon? This is a question that often comes up when you discuss the crude oil price. Even though the speculation and the overnight fluctuations make the market a bit unpredictable at times, there is one thing we can be sure of: There will be more disruption this…

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Canadian Dollar Price Outlook: USD/CAD Breakout Targets Trend Extreme

Does the recent movement in the Canadian Dollar Price Outlook: USD/CAD Breakout Targets Trend Extreme suggest that we are nearing the end of the trend? The point is, what should investors expect to move forward? In an earlier article, I discussed why the Canadian Dollar Price Outlook: USD/CAD Breakout Targets Trend Extreme is beginning to anticipate an acceleration of the…

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Cryptocurrency Latest: Bitcoin (BTC), Ripple (XRP) Weekend Price Slump

If you’ve been on the lookout for the latest in the world of cryptocurrencies, then you should be aware that the last few weeks have been extremely bullish for several of the more popular coins. This article will be discussing some of the most recent news and developments regarding the current situation that cryptocurrency enthusiasts are facing. The first thing…

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NZD/USD Outlook Mired Ahead of RBNZ as RSI Sits in Oversold Territory

The NZD/USD Outlook has come up with a fresh setback. The long-standing upward trend for the currency had changed to a downward sloping pattern as it started losing its momentum. First, as we saw, the very steady upward trend in the currency was disrupted by the exchange rate change, followed by the disappointing devaluation of the Australian dollar. Second, as…

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Euro May Rise on Retail Sales as Traders Eye Key Debt Release

Some believe that the strength of the Euro today has been driven in part by U.K. retail sales, which have fallen at the end of March. Why? Well, over the last few months, the U.K. retail sector has been hit with the triple whammy of higher VAT, low growth and slower consumer spending. As a result, retail sales growth has…

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US Dollar May Bloom on FOMC Outlook, Corporate Earnings

Today’s FOMC meeting will focus on its outlook for monetary policy. The central bank is moving away from a reliance on the “Keynesian” view of supply and demand in setting interest rates. The inflation target is also becoming less important. Monetary policy has become a lot more flexible under the new FOMC. It is no longer under the control of…

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Yen May Fall as Markets Cheer PMI Data

It seems the Yen May Fall as Markets Cheer PMI Data! I mean, it almost feels like a real estate bubble is developing in China! Does this mean that the US dollar will now fall? It is the opposite – The Yuan is now weaker than the US Dollar, and that means that the Yuan can take advantage of the…

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US Dollar Pulls Back from Resistance Test: AUD/USD, GBP/USD

The US Dollar Pulls Back From Resistance Test: AUD/USD, GBP/USD, and USD/CAD. This is a reversal that is being triggered by the rise in oil prices. Oil has been the catalyst for the strength of the dollar and this just highlights how the price of oil can trigger the weak dollar to show weakness. This article will explain why the…

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US Dollar May Fall if Consumer Data Fuels Fed Easing Bets

Some feel that the US Dollar may fall against the Euro and the Yen due to news events, such as Greece, or a sovereign debt crisis. Others believe that the Euro and the Yen will fall because of current news events in China. The truth is a combination of both. I believe the Euro will fall because of the escalating…

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US Removes China as FX Manipulator

The United States is making a serious effort to clear the fog in the public debate about China and its manipulations in international financial markets. And the United States has the votes to go it alone, if it cannot have its say on the matter by themselves. According to reports, the United States Congress has begun debating the subject. When…

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Silver Price Forecast: Can XAG/USD Avoid a Pullback?

A recent piece of financial information for a couple of days gained much media attention, showing that the Silver Price Forecast is in a state of high uncertainty for the near future. There was a considerable expectation that the so-called Gresham’s Law of bullion prices would lead to a significant sell-off of the Silver Price Forecast. That is likely, but…

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Stocks May Turn Defensive with US Presidential Election Eyed

Historical norms can easily be upended, though. As stated by the presidential election cycle theory, maybe it does not really make a difference. But nobody should tell you the present cycle is anything but average. Overall, however, presidential-election years aren’t great ones for the stock marketplace. Till today I don’t understand the reason why they stopped making it. The good…

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Swiss Franc Likely to Stay Strong Despite Best SNB Efforts

An anemic financial system has made headwinds for FedEx. That’s beginning to cause problems in the shape of its superstrong currency. It is a very dangerous circumstance. There’s a chance that the 2 sides may change their mind at the last minute and opt to delay or scrap the higher tariffs, however, with just a couple of days to go,…

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The Singapore Dollar and MAS: What is SGD and How to Trade it?

When you use an ATM in Singapore, you might be asked if you are interested in being charged in your house currency. When Singapore first came online, Singaporeans could utilize Teleview to communicate with one another, but no 1 beyond their sovereign city-state. It is one of the biggest economies in the world and has a higher per capita than…

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Swiss Franc Technical Analysis: AUD/CHF, NZD/CHF

The Swiss franc is popular because Switzerland contains an impressive one-third of the world’s privately owned wealth in its banks. And, as a result of Switzerland’s financial stability and reputation, it remains one of the most traded currency in the world, ranked 5th, just behind the US dollar (USD), euro (EUR), Japanese yen (JPY) and sterling (STERLIN ENGLISH). Whereas the…

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Oil Price Outlook: Crude Rips into Resistance – WTI Trade Levels

Cushing is the principal pipeline hub in the usa, but the city has experienced a surplus backlog for a while. On the flip side, Brent is the most frequently used price reference on the planet. Brent and WTI fit the bill in each one of these aspects, in spite of the fact they don’t reflect the decrease quality of the…

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Crude Oil Price Analysis: Oil Prices Soar on OPEC Signal

Rising demand contributes to higher prices provided that the supply remains steady. For instance, if the market has ample spare manufacturing capability to offset a potential disruption, its likely effect on prices would be smaller than if spare manufacturing capacity was much lower. At this time the oil market is completely focused on locating a bottom for oil rates. But…

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Swiss Franc Looks Nervously to GDP, Trade War HIt Expected

Admittedly annualized growth is predicted to pick up markedly. Although another immigration-led increase in demand is expected next year too, it’s inclined to be almost one-fifth lower than in the past calendar year. The economy managed to benefit from this phase to adjust to the new circumstance. The international economy is, as is so frequently the scenario, poised on the…

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Euro Forecast: Firm US Sentiment Data May Push EUR/USD Lower

Elevated options pricing might turn out to be overdone. Nevertheless, retail sales will probably overshadow these extra releases. Just a couple of your properties at the very top of search results will already dramatically affect the variety of individuals who find your digital narrative instead of somebody else’s. Some regions of the globe could even benefit, but overall, it’s in…

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USD/MXN: Mexican Peso Plunging into Banxico Rate Decision

The airline must over Rs 8,500 crore, excluding interest, and other penal charges, to a clutch of credit institutions headed by the State Bank. If the Banco de Mexico actually does lower charges once more later, as we talk it will probably be the third consecutive rate of the lower central financial institution. If it does it actually cut rates…

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USD/CAD Rate Eyes October High as Canada CPI Update Looms

If it rises further without an increase equal to or greater than the Fed Funds rate, then it will reduce real interest rates ” and support for the US dollar will be undermined. It can be seen that the rate has fallen below the aforementioned support, but it remains to be seen whether it will close low near today’s (1.3552).…

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Gold Prices, SEK, NOK May Rise on ECB, FOMC Minutes

GOLD AND CRUDE OIL TALKING POINTS: Gold prices inched higher as markets fretted apparent important differences which remain between Washington and Beijing Hong Kong unrest is also keeping haven-asset bids in place Crude oil markets looked nervously to this week’s inventory figures from the US Join our analysts for live, interactive coverage of all major economic data at the DailyFX…

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Hedging meaning

With a little knowledge about forex hedging meaning and application, you should be able to do the necessary steps to successfully make a living. You should know a few things before you start though. It’s wise to spend some time on reading online or listening to informative interviews in order to be sure that you don’t get yourself into a…

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