• NZD/USD is extending its four-day winning streak By @godbole17 Link #NZDUSD
    FXStreet News Mon 18 Feb 2019 03:31
  • US Commerce department sends White House report on autos tariff probe - Reuters LinkLink
    FXStreet News Mon 18 Feb 2019 03:31

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  • New Zealand PM Arden: Relationship with China `robust and mature' Link #NewZealand #ForeignTrade #China
    FXStreet News Mon 18 Feb 2019 03:21
  • ECB’s Rehn: Most recent data point to weakening economy Link #ECB #CentralBanks
    FXStreet News Mon 18 Feb 2019 03:21
  • China's State Media: Endless US-China trade negotiations are making a final sprint - CNBC By @godbole17 Link #China
    FXStreet News Mon 18 Feb 2019 03:06
  • Survey: UK businesses plan to raise pay by most since 2012 - Reuters Link #UnitedKingdom #Macroeconomics
    FXStreet News Mon 18 Feb 2019 02:56
  • Gold Technical Analysis: Nears YTD high of $1,326, weekly RSI highest since September 2011 By @godbole17… Link
    FXStreet News Mon 18 Feb 2019 02:41

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  • #EUR/USD: Market complacency allows for a test of the 23.6% Fibo retracement, bulls now through 1.13 the figure Link
    FXStreet News Mon 18 Feb 2019 02:31

    EUR/USD has perked up at the start of the week, exceeding Friday's closing highs as the broader markets stay with the consensus that all is good out there on the trade front. 

  • Dollar falls broadly after dovish comments by S. Francisco Fed President Daly Link #dxy #forex
    FXStreet News Mon 18 Feb 2019 02:26

    Market Review - 16/02/2019  03:28GMT  

    Dollar falls broadly after dovish comments by S. Francisco Fed President Daly Dollar swung sideways against its peers in New York morning on Friday as concerns over U.S.-China trade talks and Brexit continued to linger, however, the greenback later fell broadly in New York afternoon trading after dovish comments by San Francisco Fed President Mary Daly (2019 non-voting member of FOMC). Rally in U.S. stocks aslo weighed on the usd, the Dow closed up by 443 points or 1.74% at 25883.      Reuters reported the Federal Reserve probably will not need to raise U.S. interest rates this year, given a slowdown in economic growth and muted inflation, San Francisco Fed President Mary Daly told the Wall Street Journal in an interview published on Friday.      "If the economy evolves as I just said I expect it to -- 2 percent growth, 1.9 percent inflation, no sense that (price...

  • Yen seen appreciating, go short USD/JPY soon – Morgan Stanley Link #USDJPY #Currencies
    FXStreet News Mon 18 Feb 2019 02:26
  • EUR/USd: Market complacency allows for a test of the 23.6% Fibo retracement, bulls now through 1.13 the figure By… Link
    FXStreet News Mon 18 Feb 2019 02:21

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  • Regional markets to have their say on President’s Day Link #equities #forex #oil #gold
    FXStreet News Mon 18 Feb 2019 02:16

    The US-China trade talks in Beijing wrapped up without a deal on Friday and now move to Washington this week as the 1 March deadline looms. Taking the view that no news is good news, the stock markets remain optimistic, with the Dow Jones and S&P up 1.70% and 1.0% respectively, as the sparkling post-Fed rally continues. The FX and bond markets were more sanguine as the dollar gave back a small proportion of its recent gains and bond yields rose slightly across the curve.

    What is becoming clear however, is the US is not prepared to settle for easy wins on the trade deficit by simply agreeing to China buying more planes, beans and automobiles etc. If the US government had taken this approach, we would likely have already seen a completed deal. Instead, they are seeking structural changes in the way China does business with regards to subsidies, trade barriers, industrial espionage and forced technology transfers. The US is in its strongest negotiating position...

  • AUD/USD Technical Analysis: 0.7165-0.7170 guards the upside to 0.7200 Link #AUDUSD #Technical Analysis #TrendFollowing
    FXStreet News Mon 18 Feb 2019 02:11
  • Canada’s Freeland: USMCA is concluded, tariffs must be removed Link #Canada #UnitedStates #ForeignTrade
    FXStreet News Mon 18 Feb 2019 02:11
  • France denies it has softened stance on Brexit - Reuters Link #France #UnitedKingdom #Brexit
    FXStreet News Mon 18 Feb 2019 02:01
  • EUR/JPY jumps above 125 as Asian stocks cheer trade optimism By @godbole17 Link #EURJPY
    FXStreet News Mon 18 Feb 2019 02:01
  • AUD/JPY: Improved risk sentiments offered an upbeat start to the week Link #AUDJPY #Technical Analysis #Chartism
    FXStreet News Mon 18 Feb 2019 01:21
  • PBOC sets yuan reference rate at 6.7659 By @godbole17 Link #PBOC #USDCNY
    FXStreet News Mon 18 Feb 2019 01:21
  • AUD steadies ahead critical short term and medium-term markers Link #aud #forex
    FXStreet News Mon 18 Feb 2019 01:11

    The Australian dollar edged higher through trade on Friday extending moves above 0.71 and putting some distance between itself and key technical supports. Having tested lows approaching 0.7060 earlier in the week the AUD rebounded through Friday to extend a break and test moves approaching 0.7145. The AUD found support in hopes the US and China would reach a trade accord. Optimism surrounding recent negotiations helped the recently embattled AUD form a sturdier base of support and appears well bid on moves approaching 0.7050 while buying opportunities emerge on moves below 0.7080.

    That said, the bearish bias remains broadly intact and there are a number of key data sets this week that pose a threat to medium and longer-term direction. Tuesday RBA minutes will offer greater clarity regarding the boards apparent shift in sentiment while Wednesday’s quarterly wage price index and Thursday’s employment print offer a critical insight into labour market performance. Strong...

  • #JPY: Tokyo doesn't buy the trade optimism; Futures and Nikkei down, yen up Link
    FXStreet News Mon 18 Feb 2019 01:06

    USD/JPY had broken an important level when crossing the 110.20 mark, but the market's bulls have since bailed on their commitments and the price is taking on an immediate ascending support line in Tokyo from 15th Feb lows to current.

  • Australia to fast-track UK trade pact on no-deal Brexit: FT By @godbole17 Link #Australia
    FXStreet News Mon 18 Feb 2019 01:01
  • USD/JPY: Tokyo doesn't buy the trade optimism; Futures and Nikkei down, yen up By @ross_burland Link #USDJPY
    FXStreet News Mon 18 Feb 2019 00:56
  • Fed to keep rates unchanged until December - JP Morgan By @godbole17 Link #Fed #InterestRate
    FXStreet News Mon 18 Feb 2019 00:46
  • GBP/USD Technical Analysis: Teasing falling channel breakout By @godbole17 Link #GBPUSD #Technical Analysis
    FXStreet News Mon 18 Feb 2019 00:36
  • GBP/AUD Technical Analysis: Break of 1.8100 can confirm “falling wedge” on hourly chart LinkLink
    FXStreet News Mon 18 Feb 2019 00:31

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