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FX Technical Weekly: Don’t Get Caught Fading the Next EUR/USD Move

—Subscribe to Jamie Saettele’s distribution list in order to receive a free report to your inbox several times a week. —For more analysis and trade setups (including current positions and the ‘watchlist’), visit SB Trade Desk EUR/USD Quarterly Chart Prepared by Jamie Saettele, CMT See REAL TIME trader positioning High …

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EUR/USD Coil Grows Tighter as Central Banks, Politicians Face Credibility Deficit

Want to learn more about the DailyFX SSI indicator? Click here to watch a tutorial. 2016 started with a ‘whimper’ for EUR/USD, but as we head into Q4’16, it may very-well end with a ‘bang.’ Weathering a number of thematic storms over the summer – the Brexit vote fallout and …

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Japanese Yen Poised to Gain Further For Three Key Reasons

Having trouble trading the Japanese Yen? This may be why. The Japanese Yen heads into the end of 2016 trading near multi-year highs versus the US Dollar, and economic developments suggest the JPY may finally break the ¥100 level before the year is through. Continued inaction from both the Bank …

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Oil Market Looks to Benefit From First OPEC Output Cut in 8 Years

Access Free Trading Guides From DailyFX Analysts Here The Oil Market failed to follow through to the upside last forward and carry forward what was an impressive rebound in Q2 that saw the price rise from the February 11 low of $26.03/bbl to a high of $50.91/bbl in June. Since …

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Gold at Risk on Fed Outlook But Bank Crisis May Interfere

Having trouble trading Gold? This may be why. At first blush, the landscape looks treacherous for gold prices in the fourth quarter. Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen all but promised an interest rate hike at the press conference following September’s FOMC meeting. Using unusually strong language, the central bank chief …

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British Pound Weakness to Abate on Less-Dovish BoE

Having trouble trading the British Pound? This may be why. The long-term outlook for the British Pound remains tilted to the downside as the U.K. remains on course to depart from the European Union (EU), but the bearish sentiment surrounding the sterling may abate over the remainder of the year …

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US Dollar Faces Election, Fed Waffling, Risk in 4Q

Having trouble trading the US Dollar? This may be why. From Complacency to Chaos? The previous quarter marked one of the most extreme periods of inactivity for the global markets in decades. Despite the narrow ranges for exchange rates and asset prices, however, the fundamental tension continued to build beneath …

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Fundamental and Technical 4Q Outlook: Will Markets Transition from Quiet to Active?

We have closed out one of the most subdued quarters of trading in recent memory. However, the congestion isn’t likely to last for much longer as fundamental pressure taxes the closing technical boundaries across the market. What catalysts can force the explosion and what direction will the markets take? US …

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Gold Prices Fall, Crude Oil Gains Amid Easing Deutsche Bank Fears

Talking Points: Gold prices fall, crude oil gains with stocks amid risk appetite recovery Sentiment firmed as Deutsche Bank neared settlement with US regulators Commodities may fall if US ISM survey boosts Fed rate hike speculation Gold prices declined after Agence France-Presse reported that Deutsche Bank (DB) is close to …

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