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Fundamental Analysis Reports
Weekly Economic and Financial Commentary
Sep 20 04:01 GMT, by
The Fed further reduced its asset purchases by another $10 billion and kept rates steady as expected. It also decided to keep the language considerable time to refer to the period between ending it...
The Weekly Bottom Line
Sep 20 03:47 GMT, by
Market attention this week was firmly focused on the referendum in Scotland and the latest meeting of the Federal Reserve's FOMC. Polling earlier in the week pointed to a tight result on the Scottish...
GBP Fails to React to the Scottish No Vote
Sep 20 03:41 GMT, by
After Scotland's resounding "no" vote in the independence referendum, some in the market had expected a sharp rise to 1.66 or above. However, that has not been the case, and since the "no" vote was d...
Week in FX Americas - Is Fed Rhetoric about to Change?
Sep 20 03:17 GMT, by
This week the Fed retained its guidance that short-term interest rates will remain near zero for a considerable time after the bond buying program ends. Currently, the market now expects the remain...
Week in FX Asia - The Good, the Bad and the Ugly of a Weaker JPY
Sep 20 03:15 GMT, by
A weaker JPY can be a bane and a blessing to Japan. It does have benefits for exporters, which can increase their earnings. The stock market has captured that sentiment as the stock market keeps risi...
Weekly Focus: Chinese Economy on the Ropes
Sep 19 14:25 GMT, by
The US is the preferred place of investment at the moment as the sole pillar of strength in a world of hot spots. European stocks should be back in favour as the economy recovers towards yearend. ...
Technical Analysis Reports
FTSE: Will the Scottish No Vote be Enough for Index to Finally Crack 6900 Barrier?
Sep 19 11:45 GMT, by
The FTSE started the day up around 0.7% after Scotland voted to stay in the UK. Unsurprisingly, shares in companies with direct exposure to Scotland jumped to the top of the leader board. RBS, for ex...
Gold and Silver Technical Update
Sep 19 10:56 GMT, by
Following a decisive break on the downside of a short-term descending channel support near $1250-45 zone, the yellow metal now seems to be aiming towards $1200 psychological mark support. Further, fa...
Forex Technical Analysis
Sep 19 09:19 GMT, by
The recent rebound to 1.2930 should be considered corrective and my outlook here is bearish, for a break through 1.2860, en route to 1.2750.
Today's Market Outlook
Sep 19 09:14 GMT, by
The Euro trades in near-term corrective phase off fresh low at 1.2832, posted on sharp fall off 1.30 barrier. The pair holds overall negative tone and keeps the downside in focus, with psychological ...
USDJPY Creating New Highs
Sep 19 09:11 GMT, by
USDJPY broke to a new high as expected which is now wave v that moved well above 108.00 our projected target. However, we see some Fibonacci resistance levels coming in around current 109 figure so t...
EUR/USD Retreats To 1.29
Sep 19 07:29 GMT, by
bottom out near the support at 1.2750. The bears are expected to take the price much lower, potentially down to the 2012 low at 1.2050, before there is a major reversal of the present downward trend.
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Long Term Forecasts
When Will the Bank of England Hike Rates?
Aug 16 08:33 GMT, by
In the first report of a two-part series on the outlook for Bank of England (BoE) monetary policy, ...
Growth in China Appears to Be Stabilizing
Jul 19 08:05 GMT, by
The year-over-year rate of real GDP growth in China edged up to 7.5 percent in Q2 from 7.4 percent ...
FX Forecast Update: Negative Rates and Liquidity Tools to Weaken the Euro
Jun 14 03:24 GMT, by
The ECB delivered more easing than expected at its rate meeting in June by cutting both the refi an...
AUD/USD - 2013 In Review
Jan 02 02:25 GMT, by
The Australian dollar is known for its strong volatility, and taking traders on roller coaster ride...
USD/CAD - 2013 In Review
Jan 02 02:23 GMT, by
The Canadian dollar looked sharp as we began 2013, but struggled badly late in the year, as the cur...
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