Sat, May 26, 2018 @ 17:32 GMT
Yen ended as the strongest one last week followed by Swiss Franc. Meanwhile Sterling was the weakest one, followed by Euro, Canadian and then US Dollar. A number of factors were behind such development and they're all inter-related. The...
Canadian Dollar, Euro, to a lesser extend Sterling, are the clear losers today. The Loonie is dragged down by oil price as WTI drops through 70 handle. It reaches as low as 68.96 so far on news that OPEC...
Markets are rather steady in Asian session today. Major forex pairs and crosses are staying in yesterday's range. Dollar is a bit firmer entering into European session. But there is no follow through buying yet. US President Donald Trump's...
Sterling recovers mildly today as there was finally a piece of better than expected key data from the UK. Nonetheless, Swiss Franc outshines Sterling as the strongest one for today. And the Pound is still the weakest one for...
Yen strengthens broadly today and remains the strongest one for the week. New wave of risk aversion trades was triggered by news that US President Donald Trump is using national security as excuse again to study imposition of tariffs...
Yen surges broadly today as driving by steep decline in major European and US treasury yields. German 10 year bund yield dropped to as low as 0.497, comparing to prior day's close at 0.559, and it's now at 0.500....
Yen surges broadly today and is trading as the strongest one, followed by Swiss Franc. On the other hand, Canadian, Australian and New Zealand Dollar are under heavy selling pressure. The boost from optimism in China-US trade talk faded...
The forex markets are lacking a clear direction today. Commodity currencies were generally higher earlier today but there was no follow through buying. Instead, as in early US session, the Swiss Franc is the strongest one. Dollar is retreating...
Global markets are blessed by strong risk appetite this week so far. DOW closed up 298.2 pts or 1.21% at 25013.29. S&P 500 also gained 0.74% while NASDAQ jumped 0.54%. FTSE jumped to record high at 7859.17 while CAC...
The development in the forex markets are pretty much unchanged. Australian, Canadian and US Dollar remain the strongest ones for the day. On the other hand, Japanese Yen and British Pound have been taking turns to be the weakest....
Yen suffers broad based selling in today as lifted by return of risk appetite. Asian equities trade generally higher on receding fear of US-China trade war. The joint statement released on Saturday is seen as a "vow" to avoid...
As we expected, USD Index futures turned to NET LENGTH of 18 contracts in the week ended May 15. This was driven by increasing pessimism over other major currencies. According to CFTC's Commitments of Traders report, reduction in speculative...
Swiss Franc ended last week as the strongest one, very much thanks to the selloff in EUR/CHF. Uncertainty over the EU policy of the new Italian government sent Euro broadly lower, which ended as the weakest. Despite surge in...
Dollar takes back the driving street in early US session as it jumps higher against all other major currencies. Swiss Franc is probably the only one that can counter Dollar's strength, as helped by the selloff in EUR/CHF. Euro...
Dollar remains the strongest one for the week as supported by treasury yields. 10 year yield extended recent rally to close at 3.109 overnight, and it hits as high as 3.127 in Asian session. 30 year yield also jumped...
Dollar is extending its rally against Yen today, hitting as high as 110.79 so far. Persistent strength in treasury yield is giving the greenback some lift. 10 year yield reached as high as 3.12 earlier today and is staying...
US treasury yields rally continues with 10 year yield hitting as high as 3.109 in Asian session. But the lift to Dollar is rather non-existence this time. The greenback is trading generally lower against others today and is mixed...
Politics are the main drivers in the forex markets today. Euro tumbles broadly on concern of the populist policies of the coalition government in Italy. EUR/USD finally took out 1.1822 support decisively But the more important development could be...
Dollar surged broadly as boosted by rally in US Treasury yield. 10 year yield hit as high as 3.90 overnight, the highest level since 2011, before settling at 3.08. While the greenback is strong, it's struggling to break through...
Dollar surges broadly today as boosted by strong rally in treasury yield. 10 year yield reaches as high as 3.049 so far today and breaks key resistance level of 3.036 (2013 high). TNX reaches the highest level since 2011....