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Dollar's selloff continues on the last trading day of the year, while markets are rather mixed elsewhere. Australian Dollar is the strongest one for now, but it's followed by Japanese Yen. Meanwhile, New Zealand Dollar is the weakest one,...
According to the CFTC Commitments of Traders report for the week ended December 24. NET LENGTH for crude oil futures gained +13 700 contracts to 550 077 for the week. Speculative long positions added +13 189 contracts while shorts...
As suggested in the CFTC Commitments of Traders report in the week ended December 24. NET LENGTH in USD Index gained +1 535 contracts to 13 231. Speculative long positions added +990 contracts and short positions dropped -545 contracts....
Dollar remains the worst performing one today as focuses turned from geopolitical tensions to trade. Euro is following as the second weakest as earlier rally reverses. On the other hand, buying in New Zealand Dollar picks up, followed by...
Dollar trades generally lower as markets started another holiday shortened week quietly. With an empty calendar in Asia, focuses were mainly on geo-political news, which weren't very much market moving. For now, commodity currencies are the next weakest following...
Dollar's selloff continues today and is accelerating. Solid risk appetite isn't a friend of the greenback this time, nor the Yen which is the second weakest. Sterling is staging a strong rebound as it seems that recent pull back...
Commodity currencies are extending this week's rallies on strong risk appetite, with US stocks continuing record runs. Solid gains are also seen in oil price and gold. New Zealand and Australian Dollars are set to end as the strongest...
Trading in the forex markets is generally quiet in Asian session. Sterling's broad based recovery suggests that last week's steep pull back could have completed. Yen crosses are also mildly firmer on optimism over US-China trade deal. These two...
Sterling is trading as the weakest one for today as it suffers renewed selling ahead of holidays. Canadian Dollar is currently the second weakest, weighed down by unexpected contraction in October GDP. Meanwhile New Zealand and Australian Dollars are...
Australian and New Zealand Dollar strengthen mildly in Asia today. But markets remain quiet overall, very much in holiday mood. Dollar and Canada are the weaker ones. US President Donald Trump's tweet late Friday indicated that US-China trade deal...
As suggested in the CFTC Commitments of Traders report in the week ended December 17. NET LENGTH in USD Index declined -10 565 contracts to 11 696. Speculative long positions fell -7 706 contracts and short positions gained +2...
According to the CFTC Commitments of Traders report for the week ended December 17. NET LENGTH for crude oil futures jumped +40 838 contracts to 536 377 for the week. Speculative long positions gained +34 897 contracts while shorts...
Canadian Dollar drops sharply in early US session after much weaker than expected retail sales data. Euro and Swiss Franc are also under some selling pressure. On the other hand, Sterling is paring some losses ahead of weekly close...
The forex markets are relatively quiet today, with little reactions to the record run in US stock markets overnight. Yen is indeed to trying to rally risk appetite markets, drawing support from 10-year JGB yield which turns positive. Swiss...
At the last BOE meeting headed by Mark Carney, the members voted 7-2 to leave the Bank rate unchanged at 0.75%. The members voted unanimously to maintain the purchase of government bonds at 435B pound and corporate bonds of...
Yen is trading broadly higher today as buying rushes in after weaker than expected US economic data. Nevertheless US stocks open mildly higher while 10-year yield is also trading up. Australian Dollar is currently the second strongest for today,...
Australian Dollar recovers broadly today on stronger than expected job data. Though, upside is limited so far as unemployment rate remains a long way from RBA's rate of full employment. New Zealand Dollar is also among the strongest following...
Canadian Dollar is trading as the strongest one for today, as helped by resilience in oil price and solid consumer inflation data. Dollar is currently following closely as the second strongest. On the other hand, European majors are the...
Dollar and Yen trade mildly higher in Asian session as markets turned into mild risk avers mode. Sterling remains the weakest one on concern of another Brexit cliff-edge at the end of transition period. The Pound will face another...
A number of good news has increased optimism over China. Following announcement of a Phase I trade deal with the US, the latest set of economic data surprised to the upside in November. However, we expect the bullishness will...
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