In the view of the analysts at TD Securities, the German manufacturing sector activity could possibly see an upturn in September. Key Quotes: “While G
The USD/JPY pair lacked any firm directional bias and was seen oscillating in a 15 pips narrow trading band at the start of a new trading week. The pa
Here is what you need to know on Monday, September 23: The market mood is mixed amid conflicting accounts about US-Sino trade talks, with some officia
With another pullback from 50% Fibonacci retracement, GBP/USD drops to 1.2470 ahead of the UK open on Monday.
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Analysts at Danske Bank enlist the key economic events of note due later in the day ahead. Key Quotes: “This week, focus turns to the real economy, wh
The USD/CHF pair’s failure to provide a decisive break above August high seems to not disappoint buyers, even for short-term.
EUR/USD has been losing ground on Friday and kicks off the new week in a limited range as several figures are awaited. Where next for the world's most
The Greenback, in terms of the US Dollar Index (DXY), is trading within a tight range at the beginning of the week around the 98.50 region. US Dollar
Reuters reports the latest comments from the UK PM Johnson, with the key headlines found below. Backstop prevents UK diverging on huge range of indust
With Japan out on a holiday, Asia witnessed a quiet start to a new week, with the market mood cautiously optimistic, as the renewed US-China trade opt
Amid mixed trade headlines concerning the Chinese delegates’ visit to the US, coupled with the risk of Saudi-Iran, Asian stocks seesaw on Monday.
Singapore Consumer Price Index (YoY) meets forecasts (0.5) in August
The USD/INR pair’s U-turn from 580% Fibonacci retracement of July-September upside fails to provide a decisive break above 4H 200MA.
Netherlands, The Gross Domestic Product n.s.a (YoY) below forecasts (2%) in 2Q: Actual (1.8%)
Netherlands, The Gross Domestic Product s.a (QoQ) below expectations (0.5%) in 2Q: Actual (0.4%)
The GBP/USD pair benefited from the Sun’s story favoring the US-UK trade deal at the time of no fresh Brexit headlines.
China’s state-backed media group Yicai on Sunday reported the comments from the Deputy Director of the Office of the Central Rural Work Leading Group
While the US-China trade stories keep coming, the CNBC quotes the US Deputy Assistant Attorney General Adam Hickey to add fuel to the pessimism.
Although oversold conditions of 14-bar RSI triggered the AUD/USD pair’s latest pullback, the quote still stays below near-term key resistances.
Wall Street Journal (WSJ) quoted people familiar with a telephonic conversation between the US President Trump and a top US Republican donor and Casin
Analysts at the Australian and New Zealand Banking Group (ANZ), in their latest note, express their view on the impact of USD repo moves on AUD rates
The European Central Bank (ECB) Governing Council member Bostjan Vasle said in an interview aired on Radio Slovenia last Sunday, the central bank will
EUR/USD is mildly bid at press time and may gather upside traction in Europe if the preliminary German and Eurozone Purchasing Managers' Indices beat
Bloomberg cited an unnamed US Treasury official, as saying that the US government is likely to unveil a plan on Monday to make the Treasury market mor
Even after failing to clear September 09 high, USD/CNH stays above an important support-confluence while trading near 7.1086 during early Monday.
The price of Oil on Monday in Asi opened with a spike to the upside followed by a pullback to leave the black gold holding in bullish territory and 0.
Former Governor of the People's Bank of China (PBOC) Zhou Xiaochuan was on the wires over the weekend, speaking at an event in Singapore on the negati
NZD/USD is currently trading at 0.6273, representing 0.24% gains on the day. The uptick could be associated with the risk-on action in the equities. A
Gold prices fail to portray the recent risk-aversion wave as they remain below near-term resistance-line while taking rounds to $1,513 on early Monday.
USD/JPY has started out in Asia for the week a touch higher as sentiment for trade talks remains on track, if not a little delicate following Friday's
The People's Bank of China (PBOC) has set the Yuan reference rate at 7.0734 vs Friday's fix of 7.0730.
In its latest report, published early Monday in Asia, the ING anticipates the Indian government’s latest measures to have a little impact.
The Sun has reported that the US President Trump and UK PM Boris Johnson have agreed to make a trade deal at 'lightning speed' by July of next year an
GBP/JPY is currently sidelined near 134.30. The pair created a Doji candle on Thursday, signaling indecision or bullish exhaustion after a rally from
USD/IDR revisits one-week-old range support as it trades near 14,055 during the early Asian session on Monday.
The People's Bank of China is expected to set the Yuan midpoint at 7.0828 against the dollar according to a Reuters estimate. The PBoC is in viewpoint
Early on Monday morning in Asia, the Westpac confirms its previous estimation of a 25 basis points (bps) cash rate cut from the Reserve Bank of Australia.
A bearish signal from the 12-bar MACD indicator portrays the GBP/USD pair’s weakness as it seesaws around near-term key support-line.
Goldman Sachs analysts expect the USD/JPY pair to drop to 103 in the next three months. Currently, the pair is trading at 107.68, down 1.82% on a year
The price of gold is soft in the open this week as trade talk noise continued to dominate. Gold has fallen from a high of 1516.69 to a low of 1511.89
GBP/NZD is going to be a busy pair this week and the recent price action suggests further upside to come, especially should Brexit sentiment continues
Despite witnessing a pullback towards filling the early-day gap-up, geopolitical tension in the Middle East keeps favoring WTI buyers.
With the key preliminary purchasing manager indices (PMI) from the Commonwealth Bank flashing mixed signals, AUD/JPY remains on the back foot.
Australia Commonwealth Bank Composite PMI: 51.9 (September) vs 49.3
Australia Commonwealth Bank Manufacturing PMI came in at 49.4 below forecasts (50.9) in September
Australia Commonwealth Bank Services PMI registered at 52.5 above expectations (45.3) in September
Despite recent U-turn in the US-China trade saga, the AUD/USD pair remains under pressure around two-week low as it trades near 0.6770.
In recent reports, there has been an increased divergence in views amongst the NZIER Monetary Policy Shadow Board on what the OCR should be at the OCR
Trade talks were a theme at the end of the week which weighed on the price of US stocks as reports that the Chinese delegation abruptly ended the talk
NZD/USD portrays the recently renewed trade-war risk the best way as it seesaws near the four-year bottom while taking rounds to 0.6265.
The price of a barrel of Oil is in focus and is a major driver in the FX space when it comes to the value of the Canadian dollar which has found deman
With the weekend trade/political headlines infuriating the global risk watchers, the USD/CAD pair remains below the key simple moving average.