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The Forecast – 2021.10.15
The number of new jobless claims in the US fell to its lowest level since the start of the pandemic. During the previous week, the number of applications amounted to 293,000, whereas the experts expected it to be 320,000. The US Central Bank almost reached its economic goals and soon may start to slowly reduce the pace of its monthly asset purchase program.
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The Forecast – 2021.10.14
The US Consumer Price Index increased to 5.4% (expected - 5.3%), the largest annual gain since 2008. The core CPI, which excludes food and energy prices, remained at 4% level.
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The Forecast – 2021.10.13
Fed members Bullard and Bostick support the start of QE program’s cuts in November. At the same time, the Fed expects the unemployment rate to return to pre-pandemic levels next spring. Important inflation data will be released today in the US and Germany, as well as the Fed's (FOMC) monetary policy records are expected to be published.
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The Forecast – 2021.10.12
Rising energy prices could lead to higher inflation in the coming months and limit consumer spending on products and services. Ultimately, this might slow the US economic recovery to the point of recession.
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The Forecast – 2021.10.11
Friday's weaker-than-expected jobs report for September has not changed analysts' expectations that the Fed might start cutting back on stimulus by the end of the year. The US economy added only 194,000 jobs in September. Yet, the data revision for the previous months showed that the economy had restored half the job deficit compared to pre-pandemic levels.
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The Forecast – 2021.10.08
The initial jobless claims in the US declined last week. The number of new applications for the week was 326,000 (forecast 348,000). This is the lowest quarterly figure since 1997. Last week it was 350,000. The Labor Market Department will release the most important report on Nonfarm Payrolls today.
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The Forecast – 2021.10.07
Fed Chairman Jerome Powell has set a very low bar for the labor market in terms of what the Fed needs to see moving forward. Therefore, the QE program cut at the November meeting is likely to be a done deal.
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The Forecast – 2021.10.06
The dollar index is strengthening again while investors partially shift their money into cash as the US Federal Reserve will begin asset cuts in 2021 and raise interest rates in 2022. The US jobs report, including nonfarm payrolls, is crucial to the Fed's asset reduction schedule.
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The Forecast – 2021.10.05
The 10-year US Treasury bond yield reached 1.56% last week, the highest level since June, as investors worried about inflationary pressures and tighter monetary policy. The dollar index significantly strengthened last week but lost some ground yesterday, which led to a temporary rise in major currencies against the US dollar.
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The Forecast – 2021.10.04
Supply chain problems put pressure on manufacturing activity in Europe and China, while US industrial production unexpectedly increased at the end of the week.
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The Forecast – 2021.10.01
Initial jobless claims in the US unexpectedly increased last week. The number of new jobless claims for the week was 362,000. 335,000 had been expected. US GDP increased to 6.7% from 6.6%.
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The Forecast – 2021.09.30
The dollar increased to its highest level against other currencies in almost a year, despite a possible US default and the prospect of more budget cuts than originally planned. But according to preliminary information, Democratic leaders reached an agreement on a vote on the debt limit.
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The Forecast – 2021.09.29
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell says that the US economy is still very far from reaching maximum employment. At the same time, Central Bank officials believe that the limit for raising the key rate is much higher than the limit for starting to reduce bond purchases. In other words, the Fed will reduce the volume of QE first, and only then will raise the interest rate.
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The Forecast – 2021.09.28
FOMC member Williams said yesterday that Fed officials would gather additional data before the November meeting and make a decision on cutting the QE. No specific dates were given again, but analysts at leading banks believe that Fed Chairman Jerome Powell will announce the cutting of QE at the next Fed meeting in early November, but "cutting" will be gradual and completed by the middle of next year.
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The Forecast – 2021.09.27
The euro has practically not changed, ignoring the election of a new chancellor in Germany. The Japanese yen fell to its lowest level in three months on Monday, while the Australian dollar continued to recover after almost a monthly minimum. US government bond yields increased to their highest level since early July in anticipation of tighter US monetary policy, while the dollar index was trading in the middle of its range last week.
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The Forecast – 2021.09.24
The US jobless claims unexpectedly increased. The number of claims was 351K against a forecast of 320K. It isn’t good data for the Fed, which expects better labor market figures to start cutting the QE program and reducing the inflationary pressures on the economy.
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The Forecast – 2021.09.23
At yesterday's Fed meeting, Jerome Powell said that the US central bank plans to start cutting the QE program soon, but nothing was said about specific dates. However, the Rate Settlement Committee revised the statement after the meeting and indicated that the Fed might start cutting its monthly asset purchases by $120 billion as early as its next meeting on November 2-3. An interest rate hike is likely to happen in the second half of 2022.
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The Forecast – 2021.09.22
Meetings of the central banks of Japan and the USA are expected today. Amid the sell-off in global stock markets on Friday and Monday, the dollar and the Japanese yen were safe haven currencies for investors. Economists believe that Jerome Powell will give a hint about the QE program cuts today, with an official announcement to be made in November.
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The Forecast – 2021.09.21
US and European stock indices fell to four-month and two-month lows due to concerns about China's real estate sector and the upcoming Fed meeting. Investors and hedge funds are selling off their portfolios and go to cash, which is usually an American dollar. This is one of the main reasons why major currencies are down against the US dollar.
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The Forecast – 2021.09.20
According to a survey of Bloomberg economists, the Fed is likely to hint at its meeting this week that they will reduce monthly asset purchases and make an official statement in November but will keep interest rates near zero level until 2022. This fundamental picture will play in favor of a stronger dollar index against the major currencies.
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The Forecast – 2021.09.17
Despite a slight increase in initial jobless claims, strong US retail sales data strengthened the dollar index and gave even more reason to believe that the Federal Reserve will announce the start of QE cuts at its meeting on September 22.
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The Forecast – 2021.09.16
The US industrial production increased to pre-pandemic levels, indicating a further economic recovery. All figures indicate that the US economy is in a good position, and it doesn’t make sense for the Federal Reserve to maintain the stimulus program in such volumes. Therefore, there is a high probability that the Fed will announce a gradual cutting of the QE program starting from November at the meeting on September 22 (this year).
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The Forecast – 2021.09.15
On Tuesday, the US Labor Department reported that the consumer price index increased by 0.3% (previous – 0.5%), with the inflation at 5.3% on a year-on-year basis. The core consumer price index, which excludes food and energy prices, increased by only 0.1%. All this indicates that inflation growth is slowing down in the US.
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The Forecast – 2021.09.14
Despite the increase in the number of delta strain cases in the United States, the dollar index increased to a two-week maximum against the background of new expectations that the Federal reserve system will begin to reduce the quantitative easing (QE) program in the next quarter. The inflation data will be released in the United States today. Volatility will be higher than usual.
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The Forecast – 2021.09.13
The US producer price index increased by 0.7% in August. On an annualized basis, the index added 8.3% – the biggest increase since 2010. The index tracks changes in the selling prices producers receive for their products and is another economic indicator of inflation used by the Federal Reserve to adjust monetary policy.
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The Forecast – 2021.09.10
In the US, the number of initial jobless claims fell to an 18-month low (current – 310,000, previous – 345,000). This statistic dispelled fears of slowing economic recovery but also increased other concerns that the Fed will start to reduce the QE program as early as in November this year.
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The Forecast – 2021.09.09
John Williams, a representative of the US Federal Reserve Bank of New York, said that the labor market needs significant progress to achieve the maximum goal of the Central Bank. However, he added that it might be appropriate for the Federal Reserve to start cutting the QE program later this year if the economic situation continues to improve.
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The Forecast – 2021.09.08
Concerns about the slowdown of economic recovery are growing in the world, which has a negative impact on major indices in the United States, Europe, and Asia. In the US, unemployment payments will end soon, which could significantly impact economic progress.
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The Forecast – 2021.09.07
Against the background of poor labor market statistics, which were published on Friday, economists are confident that the Federal Reserve will definitely not revise the quantitative easing program until November. But it’s not the best idea to delay this since the US risks being at the end of the country's list when moving to a new phase of economic development.
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The Forecast – 2021.09.06
The US Non-Farm Payrolls statistics strongly disappointed economists. Only 235,000 jobs were added to the US economy in August (vs. 733,000 expected). This signifies a very sharp slowdown in the labor market. The main reason is the increase in the number of Delta strain cases. This fundamental picture plays in the favor of the dollar index decline and the strengthening of the major currency pairs against the US dollar. It’s a Bank Holiday in the United States and Canada today, and taking into account the lack of important events during the European session, there will be low volatility today.
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The Forecast – 2021.09.03
Initial jobless claims decreased to 340,000 in the US – the lowest level since March 2020. Investors are now focusing on the nonfarm payrolls data. Economists expect the number of workers to increase by 720,000 a month and the unemployment rate to fall from 5.4% to 5.2%. If the data is better than these expectations, the dollar index might rise significantly.
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The Forecast – 2021.09.02
The national employment report from ADP showed that the еmployment in the US' private sector increased by 374,000 in August compared to 326,000 in July, which is much less than the forecast of 613,000. Such statistics have negatively affected the dollar index.
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The Forecast – 2021.09.01
US CB Consumer Confidence index reached a six-month low, and the inflation rate in the eurozone increased to a ten-year high. Considering this news, the dollar index slightly strengthened, which caused corrective movements on currency pairs against the dollar.
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The Forecast – 2021.08.31
The dollar index has stabilized a bit, but is still trading near its two-week low. There is a high probability that the situation will not change significantly until the next Fed meeting, which will be held on September 22. The excess liquidity in the financial system will lead to further weakening of the dollar. That's why the US dollar will be losing its positions against other currencies. The only thing that can prevent this is strong US labor market data report that will be released at the end of this week.
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The Forecast – 2021.08.30
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell’s speech became the main event of the last week following the annual Symposium in Jackson Hole. Mr. Powell said that as long as the labor market remains substantially sluggish with the problematic pandemic situation, the tightening of the monetary policy could be a mistake. In other words, the soft monetary policy remains the same. Considering this news, the dollar index began to lose its position, which led to the strengthening of other currency pairs against the dollar.
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The Forecast – 2021.08.27
The number of initial jobless claims in the US slightly increased to 353,000 from 349,000 last week. But these figures are still at pre-crisis levels, indicating a stable labor market situation. US GDP year-on-year increased to 6.6% (previous 6.5%), although this is below economists' expectations of 6.7%. The head of the Fed, Jerome Powell, will give a speech today following the symposium in Jackson Hole. This verbal intervention may increase the volatility in the financial markets.
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The Forecast – 2021.08.26
The annual meeting of the Federal Reserve will begin today in Jackson Hole. Analysts believe that the Fed may postpone cutting the QE program because of the global rise of Delta cases. Goldman Sachs experts have raised the odds of a stimulus cut announcement in November to 45% from its previous forecast of 25% and lowered the December chance from 55% to 35%. But a lot will depend on whether the cutting happens this year or next. If the program is cut this year, investors can forget about the growth of the stock market until the end of the year.
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The Forecast – 2021.08.25
The dollar index is trading near a one-week low. After US regulators fully approved the COVID-19 vaccine, fears that a contagious version of Delta could disrupt the economic recovery are easing. Also, more investors are now inclined to believe that the head of the Fed, Jerome Powell, will not announce a stimulus cut in Jackson Hole since the representatives of the Fed have very different points of view regarding this issue, and Mr. Powell will not take on additional responsibility.
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The Forecast – 2021.08.24
Economic activity in the US manufacturing and service sectors decreased in August. The decline was worse than economists had expected. The main reason for the slowdown was delays in the supply chain, which reached record levels. The dollar index demonstrated yesterday the largest one-day drop since May.
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The Forecast – 2021.08.23
The increase in COVID-19 cases prompted the Federal Reserve to move its annual symposium in Jackson Hole to an online format, which had a negative impact on the dollar index and called into question a broader assessment of the economic impact of the Delta strain. The US dollar rebounded from Friday's nine-month high at the opening of trading on Monday.
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The Forecast – 2021.08.20
US jobless claims fell to a pandemic low of 348,000 (previous - 377,000), indicating a recovery in the labor market. On the one hand, this is very good for the economy and the dollar index. On the other hand, the labor market recovery brings the moment when the Federal Reserve will begin to reduce the QE program, which will cause massive sales in the financial markets.
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The Forecast – 2021.08.19
The FOMC minutes of the July meeting suggest that the reduction of the QE program is already possible this year. September is just around the corner, so the labor market still needs to improve its data before the central bank begins cutting stimulus measures. Investors' attention is now focused on the annual economic symposium that will take place next week, where Jerome Powell will disclose the details about the future plans of the Fed.
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The Forecast – 2021.08.18
US retail sales decreased by 1.1% in July, while the core retail sales index decreased by 0.4%. Both indicators did not meet the expectations of economists, but despite that the dollar index increased by 0.54%, which, in its turn, triggered sharp movements on currency pairs with the US dollar. Fed Chairman Jerome Powell said that the central bank does not know how the outbreak of the Delta strain might affect the economy, so the central bank is just watching the situation.
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The Forecast – 2021.08.17
The survey among investment banks showed that the majority of respondents believe that the Federal Reserve will announce a reduction in the QE program at the meeting on September 22. In this case, the reduction of stimulus will begin on December 1, 2021, and will be completed by August 1, 2022, after which the Fed will raise the interest rate by 0.25% at the beginning of 2023. Usually, after the announcement of the QE program reduction, there is a massive sale of assets in the financial markets observed.
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The Forecast – 2021.08.16
Last week, the University of Michigan released its Consumer Confidence Index data. The index decreased from 81.2 to 70.2, indicating growing fears about the future dynamics of the economic recovery. As a result, the dollar index fell sharply on Friday. This week investors will closely follow the publication of FOMC minutes as well as the speech of the Fed chief Jerome Powell.
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The Forecast – 2021.08.13
Last week the number of new jobless claims was 375,000 (previous - 387,000) in the US, in line with economists' forecasts. The labor market is slowly recovering. In July, the US producer price index increased more than expected as high inflation and strong demand driven by the economic recovery continues to damage supply chains. The producer price index increased by 7.8% in the last 12 months; this is the highest value since 2010.
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The Forecast – 2021.08.12
According to the US Labor Department, the consumer price index (CPI) decreased from 0.9% to 0.5%. The core CPI, which does not include food and fuel prices, fell from 0.9% to 0.3%. On a year-on-year basis, the inflation remained at 5.4%, in line with forecasts. Core annual inflation decreased to 4.3% from 4.5%. The US inflation growth is slowing down, easing investors’ fears that the Federal Reserve will reduce its QE program soon. Considering this news, the dollar index decreased by 0.16%.
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The Forecast – 2021.08.11
Today, the US inflation data will be published for the previous month. A rise in inflation could cause strong sales in financial markets, as cutting the Federal Reserve QE program is the only way to suppress inflation. Rising inflation could also heighten expectations of rate hikes next year. If inflation is lower, there is a possibility that everything will remain the same.
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The Forecast – 2021.08.10
In June, the number of job openings increased to a new record level of 10.1 million in the US. It exceeded analysts' expectations and is above the previous value of 9.5 million in May. Yesterday, Federal Reserve official Rafael Bostic said that the US must overcome the economic crisis caused by the epidemic before the central bank will begin to raise interest rates.
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The Forecast – 2021.08.09
The labor market data were better than expected. In July, the US economy introduced 943,000 jobs, and the unemployment rate decreased to 5.4% (previous 5.9%). Considering this news, the dollar index sharply increased, which caused rapid movements on the major currency pairs with the US dollar. Today, traders should focus on the Fed officials' speeches - Raphael Bostic and Thomas Barkin, who are inclined to reduce the QE program.
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The Forecast – 2021.08.06
Initial jobless claims in the US decreased by 14,000 to 385,000. The number of layoffs fell to its lowest level in more than 21 years. This indicates that amid a labor shortage, companies are holding on to their workers by any possible means. Today, the investors' attention will be focused on the Nonfarm Payrolls data release and the unemployment rate in the USA. The good labor data might raise concerns that the Fed will start cutting its QE program soon. Negative labor market data will prompt questions about the economic recovery but will add confidence that the soft monetary policy will remain the same.
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The Forecast – 2021.08.05
According to July's ADP employment report, the number of jobs in the private sector increased by 330,000. This is fewer than last month, but still, it says that there are improvements in the labor market. The ISM Service PMI Index also showed improvement (64.1 vs. 60.1). Considering the positive news, the dollar index jumped by 0.21% yesterday, which led to sharp movements on the currency pairs with the US dollar.
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The Forecast – 2021.08.04
Volatility in forex currency pairs has increased recently. There are two reasons for that. The first one is that investors don't want to take risks before the release of the main labor market report (non-farm), which will be published later this week. The second reason is the end of summer. Many investors and bankers are taking vacations, so statistically, August is a weak month in terms of activity.
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The Forecast – 2021.08.03
After 14 months of gains, the US ISM manufacturing index figures slowed down in June. Supplier companies announced they are struggling to meet rising demand, as high raw material prices and transportation supply problems are the main reasons that limit production growth potential. There is also a problem with the labor market, as, despite improvements, companies are experiencing serious difficulties attracting and retaining labor.
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The Forecast – 2021.08.02
Personal Consumption Expenditures (PCE) in the US sharply increased in June as the acceleration of the COVID-19 vaccine boosted demand for travel-related services. But it is also connected with the increase in prices, as the inflation rate in the United States has increased greatly. After months of work, US senators introduced a $1 trillion infrastructure bill. The bill will undoubtedly affect economic growth and the labor market.
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The Forecast – 2021.07.30
The US GDP increased to 6.5% last quarter (previous 6.4%) in annual terms. It is significantly lower than 8.5% expected by economists. Weekly jobless claims fell to 400,000 (previous 424,000), but analysts had expected a figure of 382,000. As a result, the dollar index has decreased by 0.45% to a monthly minimum.
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The Forecast – 2021.07.29
The Federal Reserve left monetary policy unchanged: the interest rate remains the same, and the quantitative easing program (QE) is not planned to be reduced for now. At the Fed press conference, Jerome Powell said that the Fed wants to see strong labor market figures in the coming months before it starts cutting QE. The situation in financial markets will remain unchanged at least until the end of August.
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The Forecast – 2021.07.28
The Consumer Confidence CB Index in the US was above analysts' expectations. The annual forecast for consumer inflation declined from 6.7% to 6.6%. Meanwhile, core durable goods orders also increased, despite concerns about the acceleration of inflation. But the dollar index reacted negatively to the news as strong growth of the economy in the third quarter could prompt the Federal Reserve to start cutting the QE program this summer. The Federal Reserve meeting will take place today.
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The Forecast – 2021.07.27
In the US, new home sales unexpectedly fell by 6.6% in June to their lowest level since April 2020. The sharp increase in construction costs in recent months, from the labor force to transport, restrains the construction of houses, which contributes to the rise in prices, while the offer of houses remains limited. A Commerce Department report showed that the average sales price of a new home increased by 6.1% compared with a year earlier.
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The Forecast – 2021.07.26
A lot of important events are expected this week, from the Fed meeting to inflation data in Europe. Investors will be extremely cautious at least until the Fed's policy decision that will be announced on Wednesday. Many economists expect that the central bank may announce a reduction of the QE program; however, during the last speech of Jerome Powell before Congress, it was said that the Fed will not rush to reduce the QE, as the labor market is still very far from the pre-pandemic level. As a result, there is a strong divergence of opinion on what the Fed will do.
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The Forecast – 2021.07.23
A lot was said at yesterday's ECB meeting, but the attendees didn’t go into details. It is clear that the ECB will maintain its soft monetary policy. The ECB eliminates any tightening of monetary policy until there will be a steady rise in inflation in the eurozone. The interest rate remains unchanged. There will be an increased pace of bonds purchases over the next 2 months, and this will put negative pressure on the European currency.
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The Forecast – 2021.07.22
Today all investors' attention is focused on the European Central Bank meeting, which will report on the interest rate and give more details on the future stimulus strategy, so volatility on euro pairs will increase. Many economists believe that the ECB's more dovish strategy should strengthen the dollar index in the medium term, leading to an eventual decline in the euro. But in the short term, the European currency may strengthen at the time of news release.
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The Forecast – 2021.07.21
Optimism from investors returned to financial markets, but the situation still remains uncertain. On the one hand, the economies of many countries show good signs of recovery. On the other hand, the new wave of coronavirus can slow down these growth rates and lead to new lockdowns. In the meantime, investors are looking for profitable opportunities in stock markets, as there are practically no investment alternatives today.
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The Forecast – 2021.07.20
Concerns about accelerating inflation in the US and the global rise in cases of the Delta strain of the coronavirus continue to put pressure on financial markets. Last week, the number of new cases in the US increased by 70% compared to the previous week and the number of deaths increased by 26%, with outbreaks occurring mostly in those parts of the country where the vaccination rates are the lowest. Such numbers are very negative for both stock indices and commodity markets.
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The Forecast – 2021.07.19
Concerns about accelerating inflation in the US and the global rise in cases of the Delta strain of the coronavirus continue to put pressure on financial markets. This week is not as eventful as the previous one, so volatility is expected to be low until Wednesday. On Wednesday, the ECB will report on the interest rate and give more details about its updated stimulus strategy, which will cause activity on currency pairs with the euro.
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The Forecast – 2021.07.16
The US labor market is gaining momentum. Jobless claims decreased by 26,000 to 360,000. It’s the lowest number in the last 16 months. The number of repeated claims also fell by 126,000 to 3.2 million. As the labor market is recovering, many states have terminated fringe benefits provided since the start of the crisis.
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The Forecast – 2021.07.15
Yesterday, Fed Chairman Jerome Powell pointed out that the economic situation wouldn’t allow the Fed to reduce the QE program in the near future, as 7.5 million jobs were still missing from the previous levels. When asked about the rise in inflation, Mr. Powell said that the price increases were temporary and predetermined by the country's recovery from the pandemic. The Fed promised strong support to complete the US economic recovery this year.
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The Forecast – 2021.07.14
The consumer price index data slightly shocked financial markets. Annual consumer inflation accelerated to 5.4% from 5% (forecast 4.9%), and the core CPI increased to 4.5% from 3.8% (forecast 4.0%). It’s a record for the las 30 years. This data shows that inflation is out of control and revives investor fears that the Fed will tighten monetary policy in the near term. Today, traders will follow what Jerome Powell will say in his speech to Congress.
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The Forecast – 2021.07.13
It was a quiet day in the financial markets yesterday. Today, traders are waiting for the US Consumer Price Index (CPI) data, which is the most important inflation parameter. Analysts believe that the index will be lower than last month, but the volatility will significantly increase during the release.
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The Forecast – 2021.07.12
Many important events are scheduled for this week. Central bank meetings will be held in Canada, Japan, New Zealand, and South Korea. No surprises are expected, but the meetings will take place at a time of growing uncertainty due to increased cases of Delta strain of COVID-19. New inflation data will be released in the United States, United Kingdom, and Eurozone. Investors will watch China's GDP data for the second quarter. Monday will be quiet, but volatility will gradually increase later this week.
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The Forecast – 2021.07.09
The Federal Reserve will reduce its quantitative easing (QE) program on January 1, 2022. But the situation in the US labor market is starting to worry investors again. The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits unexpectedly increased last week to 373,000, indicating that the labor market recovery from the pandemic remains fragile. There are also concerns that global economic growth will slow down due to the rapid spread of the Delta strain.
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The Forecast – 2021.07.08
The FOMC minutes indicate that the Federal Reserve will strive to cut the asset purchase program (reduction of QE) this year. The dollar index rushed upwards in light of this news, making other currencies fall.
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The Forecast – 2021.07.07
Oil prices are out of control. It negatively affects not only commodity currencies but also major currency pairs because oil prices are quoted in US dollars, and the United States is the largest exporter of fuel. Today, traders and investors are waiting for the FOMC minutes to show if the Fed will continue with its soft monetary policy.
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The Forecast – 2021.07.06
Yesterday, the volatility in the Forex market remained low. The macrostatistics from Australia, Europe, and the USA are expected today, so the market will be volatile. Also, investors are waiting for the FOMC minutes, which will be published on Wednesday this week. The New Zealand dollar is rising as a strong business survey has moved expectations for a rate hike to November. The Australian central bank left the interest rate unchanged at 0.1%.
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The Forecast – 2021.07.05
Yesterday, the United States celebrated its 245th Independence Day. At the opening party at the White House, Biden said, “This year, the Fourth of July is a day of special celebration for we are emerging from the darkness of ... a year of pandemic and isolation, a year of pain, fear and heartbreaking loss”. Today is a bank holiday in the US, so volatility in the Forex market will be low.
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The Forecast – 2021.07.02
Today all investors' attention is focused on the Non-Farm Payrolls report. Positive labor market data can be perceived ambiguously. On the one hand, if the report is too good, investors may start selling their portfolios on the Fed's stimulus cuts expectations. On the other hand, the unemployment rate has to be 2 million new jobs every month (with 700,000 planned) to reach pre-crisis levels. However, the market does not believe in such optimism as the number of new jobless claims turned out higher than expected yesterday.
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The Forecast – 2021.07.01
Preliminary employment data from ADP showed that the US private sector added 692,000 jobs in June, 92,000 more than economists had expected. Investors are now waiting for Non Farm Payrolls data from the government to gauge the labor market recovery. The previous figure was 559,000.
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The Forecast – 2021.06.30
The dollar index rose slightly, negatively affecting major currency pairs, where the dollar is a quoted currency. Trading activity is below average now, as investors are waiting for US employment data. The rapid spread of a new strain of the virus in Asian countries is causing concerns in financial markets.
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The Forecast – 2021.06.29
Major Forex currency pairs are showing weak activity. The dollar index is fluctuating below a two-month high, with investors unwilling to take risks ahead of ADP Non Farm data at the end of the week. А report on the consumer price index in Europe may provoke traders to be more active tomorrow.
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The Forecast – 2021.06.28
Trading activity will be low until the middle of the week. Investors are now waiting for the ADP Nonfarm Payrolls labor market data to be released on Friday. But based on current trends, US employment remains extremely low compared to pre-coronavirus levels. For the US Federal Reserve to begin cutting the stimulus, monthly employment growth would need to be about 2 million people, with analysts forecasting 700,000-800,000.
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The Forecast – 2021.06.25
Yesterday, the US S&P 500 index set a new all-time high due to the positive US labor market data. The number of jobless claims fell over the past week, indicating a steady economic recovery.
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The Forecast – 2021.06.24
June manufacturing PMIs in the US and Europe show economic recovery. As long as such global monetary policy persists, the dollar index will weaken, while major currencies will strengthen against the dollar. This situation will last at least until August.
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The Forecast – 2021.06.23
There were no harsh statements in Jerome Powell's speech in the US Congress. The head of the Fed assures that the regulator will not rush to tighten monetary policy, as the labor market data is still very weak. As soon as the country's unemployment rate starts to decline sharply, the Fed will open the issue of curtailing stimulus.
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The Forecast – 2021.06.22
The dollar index started to decrease, which triggered corrective movements on the major currency pairs. The Fed chief Jerome Powell’s speech is expected by the traders today. He will talk about the further actions of the central bank. This verbal intervention may provoke an increase in volatility.
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The Forecast – 2021.06.21
The situation with the main currency pairs is mixed. On the one hand, the Federal Reserve has inflation under control and is ready to respond quickly to significant changes in inflation indicators. On the other hand, the volume of dollar liquidity in the financial system remains high and will continue to grow, which is a negative factor for the USD index. This is why analysts believe that the strengthening of the US currency is temporary.
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The Forecast – 2021.06.18
The dollar index continues to rise. But analysts are confident that the current strengthening is temporary, as the growth of the US dollar is primarily due to the fact that the Fed raised the IOER rates (Interest Rate on Excess Reserves) in order to prevent negative yields in the debt market. The rate hike led to a sharp rise in treasuries and the dollar index, but this effect, according to experts, will not last more than 1-2 weeks.
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The Forecast – 2021.06.17
Yesterday's US Federal Reserve meeting had a significant impact on the dynamics of Forex currency pairs. The Fed officials intend to raise the interest rate in 2023 but might do it earlier if inflation continues to rise. The Fed will discuss the possibility of cutting the bond-buying program at the next meeting. However, the interest rate and stimulus remain unchanged for now. The dollar index jumped up sharply on this news, provoking significant changes in the currency pairs.
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The Forecast – 2021.06.16
The Fed will announce the interest rate and share the economic outlook at the FOMC meeting today. The market reaction to this news is usually huge, so traders should be careful. At the end of the trading day, Jerome Powell will make an official statement. His comments will reflect the Fed's further monetary policy plans.
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The Forecast – 2021.06.15
Financial markets have taken a wait-and-see position again. Despite the analysts’ confidence that the Fed will not take any action on monetary policy, investors are not in a hurry to open new trades before Fed Chairman Jerome Powell's speech on Wednesday this week.
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The Forecast – 2021.06.14
Today, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will decide whether or not to postpone the final stage of lockdown lifting scheduled for later this month. If there is no сhange, the British pound can strengthen amid investor expectations for an improved economic climate in the UK.
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The Forecast – 2021.06.11
Inflation growth was slightly higher than expected – 5.0% compared to the forecasted 4.7% on a year-on-year basis. But in monthly terms, the growth rate slowed down, which positively affected the markets. As a result, the Fed is unlikely to change monetary policy at the next FOMC meeting.
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The Forecast – 2021.06.10
Today all investors' and traders' attention is focused on the ECB interest rate report and US inflation data. Increasing inflation may provoke the Fed to think about changing its monetary policy. Experts believe CPI data will show inflation rising from 4.2% to 4.7% in annual terms.
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The Forecast – 2021.06.09
The US central bank says rising inflation will not threaten price stability this quarter, but investors are concerned that Thursday's CPI data will show inflation acceleration.
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The Forecast – 2021.06.08
On Sunday, US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen mentioned a possible increase in interest rates to curb inflation. Talks of a temporary rise in inflation have shifted to suggestions that "inflation is not that high." Investor fears are growing, with Thursday's inflation data (consumer price index) being a key factor.
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The Forecast – 2021.06.07
Positive nonfarm payroll data have eased investor fears about inflation, but the risk of an early stimulus cut remains high. This week, investors will focus mainly on the consumer price index, which is the most important indicator of inflation.
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The Forecast – 2021.06.04
Positive labor market statistics, accelerating US economic growth, and statements by US Federal Reserve officials about selling corporate bonds have raised investor fears that the Fed could start reducing stimulus measures as early as its next meeting on June 15.
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The Forecast – 2021.06.03
While the US dollar remains in a weak position, the G7 countries plan to meet in London later this week to discuss Washington's proposal for a minimum global corporate tax of at least 15%.
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The Forecast – 2021.06.02
Due to the rapid pace of economic recovery in the US, China, and Western Europe, investors remain concerned that central banks will pare back their stimulus measures earlier than expected.
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The Forecast – 2021.06.02
Due to the rapid pace of economic recovery in the US, China, and Western Europe, investors remain concerned that central banks will pare back their stimulus measures earlier than expected.
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The Forecast – 2021.06.01
At the end of this week, there will be a meeting of the G7 representatives in London. The main topic of the meeting is to ensure the sustainability of the financial system as the economy is recovering from the pandemic. At the moment, the G7 heads of central banks promise to maintain a stimulative policy this year.
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The Forecast – 2021.05.31
Friday's release of personal consumption expenditures (PCE) data, which the Federal Reserve uses as a preliminary indicator of inflation, showed that inflation rose above the 3% mark. With monetary policy remaining soft, this level of inflation is negative for the dollar index and positive for the major currency pairs against the US dollar, especially the euro and the British pound.
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The Forecast – 2021.05.28
The British pound is rising on expectations of an interest rate hike, while the dollar is waiting for the Personal Consumption Expenditures (PCE) report, which is a preliminary indicator of inflation.
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The Forecast – 2021.05.27
The US macro statistics on GDP change for the quarter will be released today, which is the key indicator of the economy's health. The analysts expect a small gain in GDP, which may have a temporary positive effect on the dollar index.
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The Forecast – 2021.05.26
New Zealand's currency jumped after the central bank hinted at a potential interest rate hike by September next year. At the moment, three central banks are ready to tighten monetary policy: Canada, Norway and New Zealand.
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The Forecast – 2021.05.25
COVID-19 vaccination is accelerating in Europe. This allows many countries to reduce pandemic restrictions, which will undoubtedly lead to increased consumption and general economic growth.
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The Forecast – 2021.05.24
Considering the maintenance of the Fed's monetary policy and the excess of dollar activity in the US financial system, it is difficult to find a reason for the dollar index to strengthen in the near future. This situation plays in favor of the euro and other major currencies against the US dollar.
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The Forecast – 2021.05.21
After the Fed meeting on Wednesday, it became clear that there would be no sharp changes in monetary policy until the end of the year. So the dollar index will continue to decline for some time, which will result in the strengthening of the major currencies against the US dollar.
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The Forecast – 2021.05.20
Yesterday, at the Fed meeting, it was announced that the regulator would be reducing the stimulus program (QE) during the next 3 quarters. It means that the US is likely to stop printing money by the end of the year. It may lead to an interest rate increase.
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The Forecast – 2021.05.19
The Fed FOMC meeting minutes will be released today. Any signs of a change in monetary policy may lead to trend reversals in currency pairs with the US dollar.
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The Forecast – 2021.05.18
There is an economic recovery in Europe. As a result, the major European currencies strengthen against the dollar. However, the Indian strain of coronavirus can prevent the weakening of the lockdown.
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The Forecast – 2021.05.17
Because of the weakness of the US currency, major currency pairs continue to strengthen against the dollar. The euro and the British pound are leading the growth.
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The Forecast – 2021.05.14
The US Federal Reserve is not going to take any steps on monetary policy because it believes that the rise in inflation is temporary. That is the green light for the indices and the euro.
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The Forecast – 2021.05.13
The Labor Department report confirmed fears of accelerating inflation.
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The Forecast – 2021.05.12
Rising inflationary expectations put pressure on the dollar index.
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The Forecast – 2021.05.11
The US Treasury Department will refund approximately $47.7 billion of privately-held Treasury notes and bonds. It could make currencies strengthen against the dollar.
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The Forecast – 2021.05.10
Low volatility is expected today, as no important events are planned.
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The Forecast – 2021.05.07
Important macroeconomic statistics will be released in the USA and Canada today, so traders should be especially careful. Volatility in the American session will be higher than usual.
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The Forecast – 2021.05.06
The Bank of England will announce the Interest Rate Decision today. Same as in the US, no changes are planned in monetary policy.
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The Forecast – 2021.05.05
Yesterday's drop in U.S. indices did not significantly affect the major currency pairs. On Tuesday, volatility in the Forex market was lower than usual.
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The Forecast – 2021.05.04
Today at the Asian session, the Central Bank of Australia reported on the interest rate change. As analysts expected, the rate remained at a level of 0.1%.
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The Forecast – 2021.05.03
Today, Fed Chairman Jerome Powell is expected to speak, and his statements have a strong impact on the behavior and volatility of the dollar index and major stock indices.
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The Forecast – 2021.04.30
Negative macroeconomic statistics are expected today for German and Europe GDP, as most small and medium-sized companies are unable to fully function due to the strict lockdown.
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The Forecast – 2021.04.29
The Federal Reserve System has left the interest rate unchanged, but with the projected GDP growth, there are signs that the stimulus may decrease this year.
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The Forecast – 2021.04.28
Today investors will be closely watching the FOMC Interest Rate meeting. The Federal Reserve is not planning to deviate from its strategy, so investors should not expect any significant changes in monetary policy.
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The Forecast – 2021.04.27
Today, investors expect a positive release of macroeconomic statistics on Consumer Confidence, but there are concerns about the U.S. currency optimism, as the U.S.Treasury plans to redeem $15 billion of bonds today.
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The Forecast – 2021.04.26
No excessive activity is expected in the market today. With a high probability the markets will take a wait-and-see attitude until the FOMC meeting on Wednesday, so intraday trading will be the most preferable strategy in the coming days.
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The Forecast – 2021.04.23
Today, investors are waiting for PMI data in the manufacturing sector in the US and Germany. Analysts expect positive news, which is thought unlikely to have a strong impact on the euro or the dollar dynamics since market participants focus on the upcoming Fed meeting.
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The Forecast – 2021.04.22
On Thursday, the dollar continued to trade against most major currencies near multi-week lows as declining US Treasury yields reduced the dollar's profit margin. The euro traded without significant changes in anticipation of today's publication of the European Central Bank decisions following the scheduled meeting. Most analysts suggest that any positive comments on the EU's economic outlook or hints from the Central Bank of reducing bond purchases could trigger a rise in the European currency.
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The Forecast – 2021.04.21
Yesterday, the dollar strengthened amid declining stock prices in the major US stock exchanges due to new coronavirus outbreaks in India and Canada. The news had a negative impact on the positive sentiment of most market participants and reduced the likelihood of a rapid global economic recovery.
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The Forecast – 2021.04.20
The dollar fell to a fresh low against major currencies as the euro led the rally amid improving forecasts on the regional vaccination program. The euro support was likely related to the announcement that the European Union has received an additional 100 million COVID-19 vaccine doses from BioNTech and Pfizer. The dollar has already lost momentum as the US bonds yield has declined from its 14-month peak last month, moderating the attractiveness of dollar yields.
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The Forecast – 2021.04.19
On Monday, the dollar was trading near a one-month low against most other major currencies. The US Treasury yields have also been near their lows for the past five weeks since the US Federal Reserve reaffirmed that any spike in inflation wouldn’t last long.
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The Forecast – 2021.04.16
Yesterday, the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco President Mary Daly said that the US economy is still far from "substantial progress," meeting the central bank's 2% inflation target and the Fed's required employment rate. For this reason, Ms. Daly warned against early talks on reducing the regulator’s monetary support. Her remarks backed Fed Chairman Jerome Powell’s statements that Fed officials would not pay much attention to short-term price increases amid the ongoing labor market downturn.
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The Forecast – 2021.04.15
On Wednesday, in the absence of important economic data, the dollar index continued to decline, and traders focused on the credit market. German Bonds continued to rise versus US T-Note. The yield spread has reached -189%, showing the best results in the last two weeks. This factor supported the European currency against the US dollar. Also, the sharp rise in oil prices supported commodity currencies.
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The Forecast – 2021.04.14
On Tuesday, the dollar index continued to decline amid strong economic performance in Europe. The ZEW Index stays consistently above 70, while investor expectations continue to rise. In this light, the yield spread between the American T-Note and German Bonds rose to -192%, which supported the bulls in the euro against the dollar. Also, February manufacturing figures unexpectedly rose to 1.3%, while economists' forecast was 0.5%. This factor helped to stop sterling's steep dive.
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The Forecast – 2021.04.13
On Monday, the ECB and the US Federal Reserve released data on the change in assets on their balance sheets. The European Central Bank's index fell by €10.91 billion over the past week, while the Federal Reserve increased the figure by $19.89 billion. Thus, the Fed prints money more actively than the ECB, which negatively affects the dollar. The commodity market remains in demand for metals and energy, which will have a negative impact on the value of the dollar since raw materials are quoted in the US currency. Investors are waiting for the rapid growth of the global economy in the summer and are playing out this trend in advance by purchasing exchange commodities.
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The Forecast – 2021.04.12
On Friday, the dollar index continued to remain under pressure amid statements by Janet Yellen and Jerome Powell, who reaffirmed their commitment to soft monetary policy. The Minister of Finance indicated that the need to maintain low interest rates would be required in the upcoming years. After that, the head of the Fed announced the possibility of the monetary regulator to use the instruments that would put pressure on inflation without changing monetary policy.
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The Forecast – 2021.04.09
On Thursday, the dollar index declined in light of Jerome Powell’s comments and labor market data. The head of the Fed says that the monetary regulator has tools to combat high inflation, and they will be applied if necessary. This statement underlined the central bank's commitment to keeping interest rates low. Labor market data showed volatility. Recent jobless claims rose to 744K, while the forecast was 680K.
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The Forecast – 2021.04.08
Quiet trading was observed on Wednesday. The dollar index rose slightly mainly due to the decline in commodity currencies and the sterling. The British currency fell sharply amid reports of problems with the AstraZeneca vaccine. Blood clots after its use continue to be reported, jeopardizing the drug's export and vaccination program to countries that depend on it, including the UK. The final PMI data from IHS Markit disappointed traders a little. The service sector index was below preliminary estimates in the UK and Italy. France, Italy, and Spain are still showing negative dynamics in this sector.
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The Forecast – 2021.04.07
On Tuesday, the yield on 2-year US bonds continued to fall, and the dollar index declined after the Secretary of the Treasury Janet Yellen’s statements. The European currency accelerated growth on the back of positive data from Sentix. According to the company's research, the index of investors' expectations for the economic recovery in the Eurozone reached a record level of 34.8. The current situation index jumped to levels last seen before the pandemic. The British currency came under pressure after Boris Johnson's messages about a delay in air travel resumption due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
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The Forecast – 2021.04.06
On Monday, the dollar index fell sharply amid messages from US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen about the need to adhere to a soft monetary policy in the next few years. In her opinion, the $1.9 trillion bill signed last month to combat the US pandemic will not cause inflationary pressures. Also, the Central Bank of China has decided to cap lending to 2020 levels. It caused a drop in Asian stock indices, a rise in the yen, and additional pressure on the US dollar.
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The Forecast – 2021.04.05
Important data on the US labor market was released on Friday. NFP numbers came out very high at 916,000, well above the median of 660K. The change in the unemployment rate was in line with the forecast of 6.0 %. In this light, the US dollar rose slightly. Low volatility is due to lower trading volumes ahead of the holiday weekend. Today the market will assess the state of the service sector in the United States, and the volatility in the foreign exchange market may gradually increase.
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The Forecast – 2021.04.02
On Thursday, the dollar index fell in light of positive data on the manufacturing sector in Europe. Eurozone PMI rose to 62.5 in March, according to IHS Markit. Preliminary data indicated a rise to 62.4. Later in the American session, a similar index for the US from ISM was published. The US manufacturing sector grew to 64.7, the highest since December 1983. But the market showed little reaction to the data, as there was a decline in trade volumes ahead of the holiday weekend. Markets in the three main financial regions of the US, the Eurozone, and the UK will be partially closed today. So, a decrease in volatility can be observed.
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Hot News – 2021.04.01
The market expects positive data from the US labor market. Job marketplace forecast is 647,000.
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The Forecast – 2021.04.01
On Wednesday, the dollar index slowed growth and even closed in the red in the light of slightly lower-than-expected ADP data. According to the institute’s research released on Wednesday, the workforce increased by 517,000 in March, and the February figures were revised to 176,000. The median forecast of economists was 550,000. However, it is still a significant hiring rate. Leisure and hospitality accounted for the bulk of the growth, indicating a faster recovery in the labor market. Small and medium-sized businesses showed higher employment growth than large companies in March.
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The Forecast – 2021.03.31
On Tuesday, the dollar index rose the most in the past five trading days, as optimism about the US labor market increased. The NFP forecast rose even more to 680,000 after the publication of CBI data. Consumer confidence in the US has reached an annual high in March. According to a Tuesday’s report, the Conference Board Index rose to 109.7, compared to 90.4 in February. It was the sharpest monthly gain in nearly 18 years and beat the most optimistic forecasts in the economists’ survey. In this light, American Treasuries have grown above 1.73%, and the dollar continues to grow.
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The Forecast – 2021.03.30
On Monday, the dollar index resumed its growth amid positive expectations for the labor market data. After the announcement of declining initial jobless claims and rising consumer confidence, the median NFP forecast was 643,000 jobs, and the unemployment rate was 0.2% lower. In this light, the yield of American Treasuries reached 1.74%, and their spread with German and British bonds rose to new record levels, which supported the dollar.
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The Forecast – 2021.03.29
On Friday, the dollar index fell slightly amid a slowdown in inflation. The price index for the Fed surprised the market a little. The core PCE price index declined by 0.1% to 1.4% on an annualized basis, which slightly eased worries over an imminent monetary tightening. However, other indicators are positive, allowing the dollar to remain bullish. Consumer sentiment indices continue to rise, indicating a recovery in the labor market.
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The Forecast – 2021.03.26
On Thursday, the US GDP data was released. The final result was 0.2% higher and amounted to 4.3%, which allowed the dollar index to continue to grow and renew the highs of March 9. In addition, the decline in the number of initial jobless claims strengthened the position of the US dollar. The exception in the foreign exchange market was the sterling, which rose against the dollar amid the start of trade negotiations between the EU and the UK. The market sees this as the beginning of a warming relationship between the two sides.
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The Forecast – 2021.03.25
The main Wednesday event was the release of PMI data from IHS Markit. According to preliminary data, Germany’s production rose at a record pace in March, which led to the European economy’s recovery. Purchasing managers' indices from the two largest Eurozone economies – Germany and France – surpassed economists' estimates as orders soared and confidence that quarantine measures would eventually end boosted hiring. In Germany, the survey results are "hinting at the prospect of a better-than-expected economic performance in the first quarter," said Phil Smith, an IHS Markit economist.
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The Forecast – 2021.03.24
As a quick resumption of global economic growth came into question again, market sentiment changed. Germany, France, and Italy have expanded restrictions related to the coronavirus pandemic, while other countries are also seeing a sharp increase in the number of infected. The head of the World Health Organization called the recent rise in mortality and morbidity "truly worrying trends." Also, the US National Institute for Infectious Diseases questioned the effectiveness of the vaccine from AstraZeneca, which led to an even more significant fall in stock prices and, as a result, a rise in the dollar across the entire spectrum of the market.
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The Forecast – 2021.03.23
On Monday, in the absence of important macroeconomic news, the market stayed calm. The dollar index closed the gap formed at the opening of this week’s trading. The market is still ignoring new measures to prevent the spread of coronavirus in Germany. According to chancellor Angela Merkel’s plan, all stores will be closed for five days from April 1, except for grocery stores, which will open on April 3. People will be asked to stay at home, private meetings will be limited to one household and a maximum of five people, and public meetings will be prohibited.
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The Forecast – 2021.03.22
On Monday, at the opening of the Asian session, a small gap was observed. European currencies declined slightly against the dollar due to a new round of tensions between the EU and the UK. The reason was the supply of the vaccine from AstraZeneca, which, according to the European Union, hadn’t been conducted in accordance with the contracts. In this light, the EU warned that vaccines and ingredients produced in European factories would be reserved for local supplies. Meanwhile, hopes for overseas vacations are fading further, and according to the UK minister, summer holidays overseas are "extremely unlikely" this year.
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The Forecast – 2021.03.19
On Thursday, the dollar index rose in light of falling stock indices and oil prices. The market overestimated the global economic recovery after starting new quarantine measures in France, causing oil to lose about 10% from March highs. Also, the high-level talks between the United States and China have led nowhere so far. So the trade war may resume after the change of the US president. Investors began to prepare for Black Friday after the Nasdaq 100 plummeted 3.1% and the S&P 500 lost 1.5%.
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Hot News – 2021.03.18
Bank of England leaves interest rates unchanged and lowers its forecast for economic growth.
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The Forecast – 2021.03.18
On Wednesday, the dollar index fell after Fed Chairman Jerome Powell said that there was no need to change monetary policy direction in conditions of rising government bond yields. The yield on 2-year US bonds fell to 0.13%. At the same time, the forecast for economic growth was raised. Inflation is expected to rise by 2.4%, the GDP by 6.4%. The unemployment rate will drop to 4.5% this year. The dollar index is still holding above the SMA 100 moving average on the daily chart, indicating an upward bias in the long term.
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Hot News – 2021.03.17
Federal Reserve officials have kept near-zero interest rates unchanged and expect the first rise to take place no earlier than in 2023, despite the improved economic forecasts.
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The Forecast – 2021.03.17
Quiet trading was observed on Tuesday amid expectations of the Fed meeting results. The dollar index rose slightly, but in the American session returned to the level of the day after the publication of the US retail trade report. According to statistics, total retail sales decreased by 3.0% in February, while the control group’s data decreased even more by 3.5%. However, these negative data were offset by the revision of the January indicators. In January, the retail volume amounted to 7.6%, while a month ago, the preliminary calculation showed 5.3%.
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The Forecast – 2021.03.16
Low volatility was observed on Monday due to the absence of an important news background. The dollar index continued to trade in Friday's range, holding above the moving averages on the daily chart. In the American session today, a slight increase in volatility can be expected after the publication of data on retail sales in the United States. The average median forecast indicates a decline in buying activity in February. But given the University of Michigan data, retail sales could be a pleasant surprise for traders.
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The Forecast – 2021.03.15
Quiet trading was observed on Friday. The dollar index rose slightly in light of positive data from the University of Michigan. The report has shown the highest growth in the consumer sentiment index since April last year. Also, manufacturing prices data was released. Manufacturing inflation rose 1% in February to 2.7%, allowing US Treasury yields to gain a foothold above 1.60%.
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The Forecast – 2021.03.12
On Thursday, the European Central Bank announced the results of its two-day meeting. Despite the importance of the event, the volatility in the euro remained low. The monetary regulator has promised to expand the asset purchase program in the next three months under the PEPP program. However, it doesn’t involve an increase in the total volume of 1.85 trillion euros. In the future, monthly purchase volume will be reduced. In fact, the ECB did not make any changes to the program, and in this light, the euro continued its corrective growth.
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Hot News – 2021.03.11
The ECB will increase the volume of asset purchases in order to influence the growth of bond yields.
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The Forecast – 2021.03.11
On Wednesday, the main event of the day was the publication of the US inflation data. A report from the National Bureau of Statistics indicated that the core consumer price index, which excluded food and energy prices, rose by 0.1% from a month earlier. The annual index rose by only 1.3%, 0.1% less than expected. The general consumer price index rose by 0.4% month-on-month and 1.7% year-on-year. All numbers correspond to market expectations, against which the dollar index continued its corrective pullback.
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The Forecast – 2021.03.10
On Tuesday, in the absence of important macroeconomic news, the market showed calm trading. The dollar index fell slightly as part of the technical correction. Today in the American session, we can expect some surge in volatility in the light of the release of inflation data in the United States. As the market becomes more and more concerned about the need for strong stimulus from the Fed, the indicators of price pressure may cause a violent reaction in the foreign exchange market. In addition, a monetary policy decision by the Bank of Canada is expected, which may cause significant fluctuations in the Canadian currency.
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The Forecast – 2021.03.09
On Monday, the dollar index continued its upward movement after the extremely positive Friday data on the labor market. The US economy added 379K jobs, well above the median average. Previous NFP numbers were revised upward to 166K. Over the two months, the average exceeded 200K, which is a bullish factor for the dollar. In addition, the unemployment rate fell by 0.1% to 6.2%, while the share of the economically active population remained unchanged.
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The Forecast – 2021.03.05
The dollar index rose sharply on Thursday after Jerome Powell commented to the Wall Street Journal about the recent skyrocketing of government bond yields. At first glance, nothing important was said. He expressed concern about the dynamics of the development of financial conditions. But at the same time, he has warned that the Fed does not plan to put pressure on profitability, and the monetary regulator will be "patient". The market interpreted this as the end of the easing policy, as a result of which the dollar rose sharply, consolidating above the moving average on the daily chart.
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Hot News – 2021.03.04
By the end of the last trading week, expectations for the growth of the labor market increased, as data on initial jobless claims decreased more than by 100,000 reaching 730,000.
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The Forecast – 2021.03.04
On Wednesday, the dollar index rose slightly as the conflict between the EU and the UK resumed. The dispute escalated over trade with Northern Ireland, which effectively remained in the European bloc’s customs area according to the Brexit deal. The European Union said it would take legal action against the UK for violating the terms of the trade deal, as it unilaterally refused to follow customs rules for checking goods until October. In this light, the European currencies came under pressure against the dollar, but in the American session, the greenback itself underwent sales. Negative data from the US services sector from ISM slightly reduced the bullish pressure in the USD, and as a result, the foreign exchange market closed near the opening price.
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The Forecast – 2021.03.03
On Tuesday, the dollar index failed to break the SMA 100 moving average on the daily chart. A pullback has taken place, as the market is in no hurry to fully reverse the direction before the ECB and Fed meetings. ECB members will meet next week to decide on monetary policy. Investors will be keeping a close eye on what Christine Lagarde has to say about the recent rise in bond yields. Their expectations can cause speculation in the market and unexpected bursts of volatility are possible during the week.
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The Forecast – 2021.03.02
On Monday, the market moved in different directions. European currencies continued to decline against the dollar despite positive manufacturing PMI data. Germany showed slightly faster growth from 60.6 to 60.7. In general, the indicator of European manufacturing activity was 57.9 while the preliminary estimate was 57.7. IHS Markit data failed to reverse the trend that had formed last week, as these figures were taken into account in the preliminary calculation. A similar index for the US from the ISM came out significantly higher: 60.8 against 58.7 a month earlier. However, the growth accelerated mainly due to high inflation in the sector.
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The Forecast – 2021.03.01
Friday has been the most volatile day since May last year. The dollar index rose by 0.68%. The main outsiders were commodity currencies amid a correction in the oil market. The dollar continues to rise in price in light of positive expectations on the labor market data and the departure of investors from risky assets. The stock market continues to decline as bond yields are rising. At the end of February, the leaders were the British Gilts, which gained almost 50 basis points up to 0.82%.
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The Forecast – 2021.02.26
The dollar rose sharply on Thursday amid positive data both on labor market and durable goods orders. The number of new jobless claims fell sharply by 111,000 in a week to 730K, according to the Labor Department. The monthly average fell to 807.75K from 828.25K. This gives positive expectations to the market ahead of the release of the NFP report, which will be published on Friday next week. Traders also positively evaluated the data from the Ministry of Commerce. The growth in the volume of orders for durable goods indicates a steady growth in GDP in the first quarter.
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The Forecast – 2021.02.25
On Wednesday, there were short-term yet strong fluctuations amid technical problems at the Fed. Some payment systems stopped working, which caused concerns in the financial markets. The dollar was strengthening before the beginning of the American session. The functionality of the payment modules was restored, which returned the stock market to growth and the US dollar to decline. As a result, the greenback ended the day in the red. Moreover, the American currency has consolidated below the support levels, and the daily candlestick has shown “bearish engulfing”.
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The Forecast – 2021.02.24
On Tuesday, the dollar index remained almost unchanged. It has been close to the minimum values since January 22. The foreign exchange market was trading in different directions. Almost all currencies were prone to decline against the dollar as part of the pullback. The British pound sterling was again an exception. Bulls in this currency have started betting on monetary tightening. It was provoked by statements by the Bank of England about a sharp rebound in the economy after the worst recession in the past 300 years and rising inflationary expectations, which increased after the Tuesday data claiming the growth of earnings.
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The Forecast – 2021.02.23
On Monday, the dollar index continued to decline, while the euro renewed its highs this month in light of high estimates of the ease of doing business in Germany. German companies were more optimistic about the growth in economic momentum. The IFO's estimate for the next six months rose from 91.5 in January to 94.2 in February, beating economists' forecasts. The Business Climate Index also rose as companies feel the current situation improves.
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The Forecast – 2021.02.22
On Friday, the dollar index continued to decline and stopped near the support level at 90.15. Preliminary PMI data for February had a positive impact on European currencies. Despite the expected slowdown, Germany's manufacturing sector has accelerated growth to 60.6, the IHS Markit says. The index for the Eurozone also showed an acceleration to 57.7. The UK services sector surged to 49.7. While the numbers indicate continued contraction, they are close to 50, giving positive expectations for next month. As a result, the euro returned to its February highs against the dollar, while the sterling set a new annual record at 1.4050.
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The Forecast – 2021.02.19
After surprisingly high retail sales data on Wednesday and the rise of the dollar, sentiment turned sharply on Thursday. The dollar came under pressure in light of another pessimistic labor market report. The number of initial jobless claims rose to a four-week high, suggesting no progress in hiring. In addition, the manufacturing index of the state of Philadelphia slowed, showing a significant drop in business activity. The latest news is in stark contrast to the New York Fed data and speaks of uneven economic recovery in the country.
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The Forecast – 2021.02.18
The US retail sales surprisingly rose in January, well above economists' estimates, pushing the US dollar higher on Wednesday. According to the Commerce Department, total sales increased by 5.3% compared to a 1% decline in December. It has become the first monthly gain since September. In addition, industrial production continued to recover early this year. January production rose more-than-expected, although it remained 1.9% below pre-pandemic levels.
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The Forecast – 2021.02.17
On Tuesday, in the light of more positive NYES data, the dollar index bounced off the support level and continues to rise in the Asian session. The New York Manufacturing Index surprisingly accelerated growth at twice the expected rate, mainly driven by inflation. The Federal Reserve Bank of New York's general business conditions index rose from 3.5 to 12.1 a month earlier. An increasing number of companies in the state are reporting higher prices for raw materials, which forces them to set higher prices for their products.
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The Forecast – 2021.02.16
On Monday, in the absence of important macroeconomic data, the dollar index remained practically unchanged, falling by only 5 points. The commodity market continues to put pressure on the US currency. The rise in oil prices contributes to the growth of inflationary expectations. The yield on US 10-year bonds continues to rise. But the 2-year bonds remain at their previous lows, which negatively affects the USD.
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The Forecast – 2021.02.15
On Friday, the rise in the dollar index was interrupted by the US consumer sentiment indicators. The sentiment index fell to 76.2 from 79 last month, according to data from the University of Michigan released on Friday. The average forecast was a slight improvement to 80.9, but it turned out weaker than even the most pessimistic estimates. Consumers expect the year inflation to be 3.3%, the highest since July 2014. In this light, the dollar index returned to the opening level, leaving a long shadow at the top on the daily chart.
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The Forecast – 2021.02.12
On Thursday, with no important macroeconomic news, the foreign exchange market traded in a calm atmosphere, and the dollar index remained practically unchanged. The data on the initial jobless claims couldn’t surprise the market. The weekly growth still remains from 750,000 to 800,000. At the same time, the number of open vacancies in the labor market is growing, which gives investors hope for a quick economic recovery.
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The Forecast – 2021.02.11
On Wednesday, the dollar index remained almost unchanged, decreasing just by 2 points to 90.40. Inflation data reflected a lack of progress following stimulus measures. The baseline CPI showed zero growth in January, and in annual terms, the price growth slowed to 1.4%. Despite the unclear January figures, some investors still expect price pressures to leverage in the months ahead amid renewed stimulus from the US government. And an increase in the number of vaccinations allows weakening the quarantine measures, which stimulates consumer spending.
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The Forecast – 2021.02.10
On Tuesday, the market followed the previous direction in the absence of a strong news background. The euro continues to rise against the dollar, although the growth of assets on the weekly balance sheet of the ECB has doubled. The data on the German trade balance, which has shown a slight acceleration of growth, partially supports the bulls. The US and Germany inflation data will be released today, but they can hardly change anything in the dynamics of the market since central banks do not see the opportunity to change interest rates in the foreseeable future.
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The Forecast – 2021.02.09
On Monday, the dollar continued to lose ground amid the disappointment of traders regarding data on the labor market and expectations of a new injection of money into the US economy. The corrective growth seems to be over. The dollar index bounced off the daily moving average SMA100 and is approaching the support level. Commodity markets, where prices have been rising for quite a long time, put additional pressure on the greenback.
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The Forecast – 2021.02.08
On Friday, the dollar index fell sharply after the labor market report showed surprisingly low numbers. The NFP indicator showed an increase of only 49,000 against the forecast of 105,000. The negative data was partially offset by a decrease in the unemployment rate to 6.3%. But the decline in unemployment is caused by a decline in the level of the economically active population. December data was revised downwards. The American economy lost 227,000 jobs a month earlier.
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The Forecast – 2021.02.05
In the light of positive expectations regarding the labor market, the dollar index continued to rise and reached 91.50 on Thursday. The week ends with the biggest gains for the USDX since late October last year. Traders are looking at how the index behaves near 91.80, where the daily moving average SMA100 is. So far, there are no signs of a pullback. The fundamentals in the US are coming out pretty positive. All the available positive data was completed by reports from the industrial sector, claiming a 1.1% increase against the forecast of 0.7%.
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Hot News – 2021.02.04
At the beginning of this trading week, expectations for the labor market report were moderately positive. The median of the NFP forecast was just 50,000. By Thursday, it increased to 100,000. The rise in expectations is based on data from the Institute for Supply Management (ISM). Manufacturing employment has increased to 52.6, the highest level since June 2019.
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Hot News – 2021.02.04
The Bank of England announced that it will keep interest rates at a record low of 0.1%, which all 9 committee members unanimously gave their votes for. It was also unanimously decided to keep the volume of bond purchases at £895 billion. Going forward, the committee leaves the doors open for rate cuts if necessary. All decisions fully meet the expectations of economists.
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The Forecast – 2021.02.04
The dollar index continues to rise amid positive macroeconomic statistics. The services index, released by The Institute for Supply Management on Wednesday, accelerated growth to 58.7 from 57.7 in December. The average median forecast in a survey of economists suggested a slowdown to 56.7. Employment reports from both the ADP and the ISM also showed growth. At the same time, the services sector has recorded the largest increase within the last 11 months, which gives positive expectations to the market before the publication of the NFP release on Friday.
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The Forecast – 2021.02.03
On Tuesday, the dollar index closed slightly higher. It is continuing to rise amid declining European currencies. The biggest bearish pressure is observed in the euro after the release of the GDP data. According to preliminary estimates, the contraction of the European economy was 0.7% in the fourth quarter and 5.1% in annual terms. The industrial output saw a 6.8% decline in 2020. Amid expectations of further economic contraction, the euro broke through the key support level. The dollar index consolidated above the key resistance.
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The Forecast – 2021.02.02
The dollar index rose on Monday, breaking through the SMA50 daily moving average and consolidating above it. This is the first signal of the beginning of a correction since October last year. Macroeconomic data came out good for the US and moderately negative for the Eurozone. The ISM index for the US manufacturing sector shows growth and it is higher than the indicators of the Eurozone. At the same time, the employment index in the sector is accelerating. Retail trade volume in Europe fell sharply by 9.6% in December, while the annual pace slowed to 1.5%, which served as a bearish driver for the euro.
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The Forecast – 2021.02.01
On Friday, the dollar index remained practically unchanged. In the absence of a news background, quotes remained at the same level and below the moving averages on the daily timeframe. Monday trading began with negative data on the manufacturing sector in China. The January PMI index fell to a 4-month low, signaling a new wave of economic slowdown. This factor can put pressure on the quotes of European currencies since China is one of the main trading partners of Europe.
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The Forecast – 2021.01.29
On Thursday, the dollar index slightly weakened its positions but continued its upward trend during the Asian session. The driver of the short-term southern movement was the release of the US GDP data for the third quarter. According to a preliminary estimate provided by the Department of Commerce on Thursday, gross domestic product increased by 4% in the fourth quarter. The median forecast of economists was 4.2%. Retail trade in the GDP slowed down by 3%. Inflation fell to 1.9%. However, the latest report can hardly be called disappointing. The reason for a slowdown is a strong rebound in the third quarter, but the figures are still above the 10-year average.
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The Forecast – 2021.01.28
On Wednesday, the dollar index started growing but didn’t manage to gain a foothold above the first resistance of 90.69. The outcome of the Fed meeting disappointed investors, as the committee had not claimed the need for additional stimulus for the US economy. In addition, the negative reports of some tech giants, such as Apple, put additional pressure on the stock market.
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The Forecast – 2021.01.27
On Tuesday, the US dollar index stopped climbing and went into a decline within its range of 90.70 - 90.00, forming a bearish engulfing candle. On the daily chart, the greenback is held back by the moving average SMA 50, below which the index has been since November last year.
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The Forecast – 2021.01.26
On Monday, the dollar index strengthened its positions, but the movement is taking place within the sideways range. Greenback continues to consolidate in the area of 90.70 – 90.00. Published reports by the IFO Institute showed that German companies' optimism about the economic recovery is starting to decline as tightening the quarantine at home and abroad hold back the activity. The sentiment index for current conditions declined in January, bringing the business climate index down to 90.1. Some expectations for the next six months have also declined.
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The Forecast – 2021.01.25
On Friday, the dollar index has slightly increased, although this didn’t save it from closing the week in the red. The main events of the day were the PMI data from IHS Markit, which came out disappointing for the British economy and positive for the US. In the UK, the service sector – the most important for Foggy Albion – fell sharply to 38.8. In the US, on the contrary, growth accelerated in both manufacturing and services. The final results for all countries point to the US as the leader in economic recovery during the ongoing pandemic.
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The Forecast – 2021.01.22
On Thursday, the dollar index continued to fall behind, as traders positively reacted to the statements of the President of the European Central Bank Christine Lagarde. Germany’s Bond Yield jumped to -0.486% in response to a possible decline in future purchases intraday. As a result, the yield spread between German and American securities increased, and the euro closed the day above the highs of the previous day. Today the market will focus on the preliminary PMI data for the manufacturing sector of the Eurozone and the service sector in the UK.
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Hot News – 2021.01.21
At a press conference, European Central Bank President Christine Lagarde said that the eurozone economy likely contracted at the end of last year, which means that the European bloc is now heading towards a double recession.
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The Forecast – 2021.01.21
On Wednesday, the dollar index closed in the red and continued to fall amid the rising stock market and expectations of additional cash infusion into the US economy in the Asian session on Thursday. The leaders of growth against the dollar among the G10 currencies were the British pound and the Canadian dollar. The Canadian currency was positively influenced by the results of the meeting of the Bank of Canada, which left the monetary policy unchanged. In Britain, a plan on rescuing the economy during the pandemic together with the preservation of workplaces for the coming months is being discussed.
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Hot News – 2021.01.20
The Bank of Canada has kept interest rates unchanged and reiterated the need to keep them at historic lows to stimulate the economy that has been hit by the second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic.
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The Forecast – 2021.01.20
On Tuesday, the dollar index slowed down, as investors positively evaluated the comments of Janet Yellen, calling for large-scale cash injections into the US economy. At the same time, the ZEW Institute reported an increase in economic sentiment, despite the negative situation with the coronavirus.
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The Forecast – 2021.01.19
On the first day of the week, the market experienced a calm trading situation amid the absence of significant macroeconomic data. The dollar index made a slight pullback. Traders are preparing for the meetings of the ECB, Bank of Japan, and Canada this week, which may well suggest the beginning of speculative movements in the foreign exchange market. Since the beginning of the year can bring even more damage, investors are assessing the likelihood of increasing the volume of incentives.
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The Forecast – 2021.01.18
On Friday, the dollar index continued its upward correction and closed the second week in the positive zone. The market ignored the negative data on retail sales in the US. The total retail volume in December decreased by 0.7% compared to the previous month. The November data was revised downward. The final figure was -1.4% in November. The control group of goods decreased by 1.9%. Since this index is often correlated with GDP, expectations for the US economic growth in the fourth quarter slightly decreased.
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The Forecast – 2021.01.15
On Thursday, the dollar index stabilized slightly above 90.00, retreating from the conquered highs. The day ended in negative closing after Fed Chairman Jerome Powell announced that rumors about the possibility of the monetary regulator's withdrawal from the stimulus program were premature. Interest rates will remain low until the committee sees "warning signs of rising inflation," he said.
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The Forecast – 2021.01.14
On Wednesday, the dollar index regained some of its lost positions and consolidated above the round mark of 90.00. As it turned out, not all FRS members are inclined to the same opinion about the need to keep interest rates at low levels for a long time. Fed Vice Chairman Richard Clarida, one of the committee's voting members, said he did not expect any changes until 2022. The dollar index returned to strengthening.
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The Forecast – 2021.01.13
On Tuesday, the dollar index showed a pullback from the highs reached on Monday. The decline’s drivers were the FRS members’ statements, indicating that soft monetary policy will remain in any economic development. As a result, Treasury yields fell, and the dollar index returned below 90.00.
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The Forecast – 2021.01.12
On Monday, the dollar index continued to strengthen in the framework of a deep market correction and reached the first resistance at 90.69, after which a pullback occurred. But so far, there are no visible signs of stopping the correction. No important news background is expected, and the market will be focused mainly on bond yields. Here American Treasuries are demonstrating growth and much faster than their European counterparts. This factor continues to support the greenback.
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The Forecast – 2021.01.11
On Friday, and the Asian session on Monday, there is a continuation of the dollar correction. Moderately positive statistics from the US is a driver for dollar bulls. The service sector performed surprisingly well last week. The purchasing managers' index surpassed all expectations, reaching 57.2. Though employment continued to fall, which was ultimately reflected in the NFP results, business activity continued to grow.
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The Forecast – 2021.01.08
On Thursday, the dollar index showed a tendency to correction against the background of positive statistics from the services sector. Growth picked up unexpectedly, according to ISM data. Business activity and new orders fully offset declining employment. The index was 57.2 against 55.9 in November. The December metric exceeded all forecasts of economists who had expected an estimate of 54.5.
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Hot News – 2021.01.08
At the beginning of the trading week, expectations for employment growth in the US were growing. The employment index in the manufacturing sector showed an increase to 51.5 against a decrease to 48.4 a month earlier. However, further statistics were disappointing. The number of jobs was down to 123,000, according to ADP research institute data that were released on Wednesday.
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The Forecast – 2021.01.06
On Tuesday, the dollar index failed to strengthen its positions regardless of the fact that the measures of the manufacturing sector were above the expected ones. The ISM Manufacturing Index unexpectedly rose to 60.7 from 57.5 a month earlier. Sixteen of the eighteen manufacturing industries showed growth in December. The leading position is occupied by the production of clothing and furniture. The new orders index rose to 67.9, the fastest growth since January 2004, while the unfinished orders index rose to its highest level since June 2018.
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The Forecast – 2021.01.05
On Monday, the dollar index stopped falling after negative news from the European side and OPEC+. In Britain, Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced an emergency lockdown of the country. After warnings that the National Health Service may not be able to cope with the growing infection rate, the head of government issued a decree on the need for self-isolation. According to him, when almost 14 million people are vaccinated, the restrictions can be lifted. Such an amount of vaccinations can be expected only by mid-March, which means that the country will be paralyzed for almost 1.5 months. Against this background, the sterling lost more than 100 points in a day. Another negative news for the market is the lack of agreements in OPEC+. The participating countries broke off negotiations due to disagreements on production quotas. Oil immediately lost about 2% in price, which allowed USD/CAD to avoid further decline.
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The Forecast – 2021.01.04
On the last day of 2020, the market was trading in different directions. Against the background of low liquidity, the euro has lost about 100 points, but it’s already recovering in the Asian session, continuing to grow along with the main majors. On the first day of trading in the new year, the market opened with gaps, which is common for a long break. Complete backtracking of liquidity can be expected in the American session. Monday is expected to be calm, as far as only the final PMI reports from the macroeconomic statistics will be ready today. Preliminary data has already been received, and today there may be only minor changes.
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The Forecast – 2020.12.31
On Wednesday, optimism reigned in the foreign exchange market. The final step towards a regulated UK exit from the EU has been taken. The House of Commons of Foggy Albion approved the deal proposed by Boris Johnson. Against this background, sterling has renewed its December highs and is consolidating near them. At the end of the year, traders are assessing the growth of the Chinese manufacturing sector, which slowed down in December. The NBS Index fell to 51.9 in December from 52.1 for the month. However, it was the tenth consecutive month of growth in manufacturing activity. The production volume made up 54.2 against 54.7 in November. New orders slowed 3 basis points to 53.6 against, and employment remained largely unchanged. Business sentiment slowed slightly to 59.8 from 60.1 a month earlier.
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The Forecast – 2020.12.30
On Tuesday, most currencies back off from year highs against the dollar. Apparently, traders are starting to cut long positions. The same situation is observed in stock markets. After news from Washington that Senate Republicans blocked the Democrats’ attempt to increase direct payments to individuals from $600 to $2,000, the indices back off from the highs of the year, which was reflected in the Japanese yen. In Europe, all 27 member states of the European bloc have approved the deal with the UK. The House of Commons is expected to vote for the deal today. The agreement will enter into force temporarily at the beginning of the year, but the European Parliament will still have to give its consent either in February or in March.
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The Forecast – 2020.12.29
The market demonstrated multidirectional trading on Monday. The sterling was the weakest one, having closed in the red zone at the end of the day. It looks like the deal between the EU and the UK itself is no longer a positive moment for investors. Now traders have switched to calculating the losses that the British side will incur after the official withdrawal from the European Union. The euro closed the day in the positive zone. Bulls continue to receive positive information. An investment deal will be signed between the EU and China, providing access for the EU to the Chinese market. This is the first step towards a future free trade agreement.
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The Forecast – 2020.12.28
On Thursday, the market demonstrated weak trading dynamics due to the early Christmas close of the market. The opening of the week did not bring any surprises, as it usually happens after Christmas – there are no gaps. The major currency pairs have retained their advantage over the dollar. Positive news from Brussels regarding Brexit negotiations keeps the euro and sterling in an uptrend. However, things may not be that simple. The market seems to have followed all the positive expectations in advance and can now focus on the nuances of the agreement, which are not so positive for the British economy. In fact, Boris Johnson made concessions in the fisheries sector without receiving reciprocal concessions in other areas from the EU.
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The Forecast – 2020.12.24
On Wednesday, the market received good news from the Brexit negotiations. It looks like both sides are ready to sign a trade agreement, which is to be subsequently approved by the British and EU governments. The dollar is falling following the positive news from Europe, as well as against the background of disappointing statistics in the US. Home sales showed a significant drop again – in November the volume was -11.0%. Physical person income and expenses decreased more than expected: -1.1% and -0.4%, respectively. Basic durable goods orders slowed to 0.4% after 1.9% a month earlier, further indicating a low level of GDP in the 4th quarter.
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The Forecast – 2020.12.24
On Wednesday, the market received good news from the Brexit negotiations. It looks like both sides are ready to sign a trade agreement, which is to be subsequently approved by the British and EU governments. The dollar is falling following the positive news from Europe, as well as against the background of disappointing statistics in the US. Home sales showed a significant drop again – in November the volume was -11.0%. Physical person income and expenses decreased more than expected: -1.1% and -0.4%, respectively. Basic durable goods orders slowed to 0.4% after 1.9% a month earlier, further indicating a low level of GDP in the 4th quarter.
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The Forecast – 2020.12.23
On Tuesday, the market came under pressure from the political background again. Brexit negotiations have failed to break the deadlock. The European Union rejected Prime Minister Boris Johnson's offer of mutual concessions. The euro and sterling fell. The dollar index rose, adding 0.49%. The news feed was mixed. The US GDP was above the preliminary one at the level of 33.4% for the third quarter in the final estimate. But expectations for the fourth quarter decreased, as the consumer confidence index was well below the estimates of economists – 88.6 against 92.9 a month earlier.
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The Forecast – 2020.12.22
On Monday, the foreign exchange market was quite volatile. In the first half of the day, the market quotes were subject to a bearish scenario due to a worsening epidemiological situation in the UK. Later, Boris Johnson's announcements of concessions from foggy Albion to close the deal encouraged the bullish trend. But the concessions must be bilateral, and the EU needs to take reciprocal steps. Sterling and the euro have regained some of the lost positions, but it is unknown whether the EU representatives will agree to this compromise.
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The Forecast – 2020.12.21
There were some changes in the foreign exchange market on Friday. The dollar downtrend has discontinued after the reports about another stalemate in the Brexit negotiations. Investors saw that there was actually no progress, and the promises weren’t supported by the facts. The weekend added some negative news to the market. German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Emmanuel Macron began discussing the closure of borders with Britain due to the spread of coronavirus in Foggy Albion. With the opening of the Asian session, the sterling fell immediately by almost 200 points against the dollar. The euro has lost about 70 points.
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The Forecast – 2020.12.18
On Thursday, the downward trend of the USD continued on the foreign exchange market. The Bank of England did not surprise but gave a signal for a possible easing of monetary policy in case of lack of an agreement between the EU and Britain. Meanwhile, events regarding the Brexit negotiations have escalated again. The sticking point was the clause of the fishing contract. Boris Johnson called the EU conditions unacceptable. Sterling lost about 100 points in light of these developments. The dollar has partially recovered its losses.
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The Forecast – 2020.12.17
On Wednesday, the foreign exchange market was optimistic after receiving the data from the manufacturing sector of Europe and Germany separately. The numbers surprised the market as long as such a sharp increase was not expected during the tightening of restrictive measures due to the pandemic. According to preliminary data, the index of business activity in the manufacturing sector of the European Union accelerated growth to 55.5 from 53.8 a month earlier in December. Economists expected the opposite trend - a slowdown to 53.0. The PMI report from IHS Markit demonstrated that Germany took the lead. The data represented an acceleration to 58.6 from 57.8 a month earlier.
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Hot News – 2020.12.16
The Fed left interest rates unchanged at its last public meeting this year. The content of the statement has changed only in the clause of redemption of bonds.
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The Forecast – 2020.12.16
The currency market is calm with the Fed meeting coming up. Traders are waiting for the decision of the monetary regulator on the interest rate and new economic forecasts for the coming and subsequent years. Only sterling remains volatile, reacting to any statements announced during the Brexit negotiations. On Wednesday, Michel Barnier announced that he sees a way out of the impasse. However, he added that this is possible only in the case of "resolution of disagreements". But that was enough for sterling to renew its maximum on Monday.
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The Forecast – 2020.12.15
Data on industrial production and retail sales in China demonstrate that the pace of the Chinese economic growth continues to outpace all competitors. This was reflected in the European industry as well. Europe, as China's main trading partner, also boosted industrial output to 2.1% month on month, according to the latest data. The annual rate in this sector rose to -3.8% from -6.3% a month earlier. These factors continue to support the single European currency. Market volatility remains low right before the Fed meeting on Wednesday.
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The Forecast – 2020.12.14
It’s possible that the Brexit negotiations have broken through the impasse, as the leaders of the two sides agreed to continue discussions on the agreement by telephone conversations. Of course, this makes little difference compared to the situation two weeks earlier. Investors need to know if there will be a trade agreement or tough Brexit. Meantime, the markets are demonstrating positive dynamics. Equity futures are rising, the dollar index is falling. The Japanese manufacturing sector also adds optimism. The manufacturing industry has accelerated growth to 4.0% in October, which is higher than the expected level.
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The Forecast – 2020.12.11
Brexit negotiations are deadlocked again. On Thursday evening, the negotiations had finished. The EU leaders have removed the deal from the agenda. A resumption is possible on Sunday, but officials are acknowledging that there is nothing more to talk about without a new political direction. Due to the fact that there is no new plan to develop, the likelihood of the UK leaving the European Union without a deal was very high. The dollar is gaining strength again, and investors are moving into defensive assets.
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Hot News – 2020.12.10
On Thursday, the European Central Bank left its deposit rate unchanged at -0.05%. And also issued an important statement on the next additional stimulating measures of the economy.
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The Forecast – 2020.12.10
Brexit negotiations ended with failure again. Boris Johnson and Ursula Von der Leyen agreed on the need for further bilateral negotiation before Sunday this week. December 13 should be the last day to make a decision about the future of Great Britain. The negative news affected the foreign exchange market. The dollar index has increased. Sterling has lost its previously won positions but is clearly trying to reach a positive outcome until the end of the week. In general, the market is waiting for the announcement of the results of the ECB meeting, which will begin today at 15:45 (GMT+2).
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The Forecast – 2020.12.09
On Tuesday, it was expected for the market to trade in a sideways range, waiting for some updates. Today, apparently, the market will receive them, since Boris Johnson will have a meeting with Von der Leyen. This is particularly important for sterling. In the United States, negotiations on additional injections into the economy in the amount of $908 billion have resumed, which contributes to the growth of risky assets and a decrease in the dollar index. The Canadian currency is waiting for the decision of the Central Bank.
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The Forecast – 2020.12.08
The situation with Brexit was unclear on Monday. Boris Johnson's bold promises to break off all contacts regarding the withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union did not materialize, therefore the dollar index lost a significant part of the won positions. In the meantime, he also failed to come close to a compromise solution. Now the investors are waiting for Wednesday - another day designated as "the last and decisive" in the negotiations. In this situation, the market may "go quiet".
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The Forecast – 2020.12.07
The US economy added its lowest number of workplaces in six months in November, hampered by a resurgence of new cases of COVID-19. The number of non-farm workplaces increased by 245,000 last month after increasing by 610,000 in October, the Department of Labour has informed. This was the smallest gain since the start of the recovery with the situation of workplaces recovery in May. The fifth consecutive monthly decline in workplaces gain left employment well below its February peak.
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The Forecast – 2020.12.04
London must compromise for the EU deal to be reached, an EU diplomat said on Thursday. Some of the EU officials had expressed hope earlier that the deal could be closed in a matter of days, while the British minister reported "good progress." But the prime minister Boris Johnson's government has put forward two bills that would violate the 2020 Brexit deal, despite protests in Brussels. Later, one of the EU officials said that there are significant differences that remained in the negotiations. A Johnson spokesman said that both sides are working hard to fill in the gaps. So far, the parties can’t find a compromise, so we recommend you to monitor the situation with the signing of the agreement, this can greatly affect the foreign exchange market.
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The Forecast – 2020.12.03
The European Union and the United States must resolve their trade disputes after the president-elect Joe Biden takes charge. After four years of the US President Donald Trump's "America First" Program, in which Washington imposed tariffs on Brussels for national security reasons, the EU is now looking to work closely with Biden on almost every issue. The resolution of trade disputes between the EU and the US will give a positive impetus to the development of the EU economy, which will have a positive effect on the European currency rate.
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The Forecast – 2020.12.02
Yesterday, the Federal Reserve System Chairman Powell made some announcements. He announced that the CARES program has helped the US economy tremendously. Powell said the US economy will need a fiscal program until the economy recovers from the effects of the coronavirus. It was emphasized that the economy is now recovering at a better pace than it was previously expected. Judging from his rhetoric, we can conclude that the US economy can be one of the first to recover from the coronavirus in consequence of the correctly chosen monetary and credit system in this situation. This will make the United States a more attractive country in terms of investment compared to other countries, which will entail an inflow of capital into assets.
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The Forecast – 2020.12.01
On Monday, the US President-elect Joe Biden has appointed the former Federal Reserve System chairman Janet Yellen as his Treasury Secretary and announced it to other members of his economic team. According to the transitional group, the democrat selected Wally Adeyemo as the deputy of the Secretary of the Treasury, Nira Tanden as the director of the Office of Management and Budget, and Cecilia Rose as head of the Council of Economic Advisors.
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The Forecast – 2020.11.30
On Friday, Japanese Finance Minister Asa said that the situation in the country remains tense due to the consequences of the coronavirus. The main emphasis was put on the fact that the company's credit needs will grow by the end of this year, many companies are experiencing difficulties in financing. Asa said that in the future he wants banks to support companies that need funding. As we can see, not everything is going smoothly in the Japanese economy, we recommend you to keep track of what monetary policy Japan will follow in the future due to economic problems.
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The Forecast – 2020.11.27
According to the October report prepared by Eurostat, the Eurozone's total national debt in the second quarter has exceeded 95% of GDP. According to the European Commission, the total debt will overcome the 100% mark for the first time this year. We believe that the recovery of the economy after the pandemic will take a long time, and, probably, investors will limit investments in assets of European countries. It should be noted that there is a day off in the US, and low volatility is expected on the market.
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The Forecast – 2020.11.26
The FOMC meeting minutes were published yesterday. Officials expect the Fed to continue assets purchases "at least at the current pace" in the coming months. According to this data, there is a risk that the dollar will show a downtrend by the end of this year. Traders should carefully choose assets for trading and correctly assess the risks. There is a day off in the US today, so low volatility is expected on the market.
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The Forecast – 2020.11.25
The US economy has already begun to recover, although its decline was significant. The Fed will continue to adhere to a soft policy, which will help restore the economy. According to this rhetoric, the US economy is likely to recover better than other countries' economies next year, which contributes to capital flows from investors.
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The Forecast – 2020.11.24
Trade negotiators have resumed talks about the form of a new relationship between the EU and the UK after the post-Brexit production suspension agreement expires on December 31. We recommend following the development of events. If negotiations succeed, it will positively affect the dynamics of both the pound and the euro.
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The Forecast – 2020.11.23
On Friday, Fed President of Dallas, Robert Kaplan, said that he expected a slowdown in US economic growth. The coronavirus pandemic contributes to this. He stated that the end of the fourth quarter of 2020 and the first quarter of 2021 would be challenging for the United States. The second half of 2021 will be strong for the US in terms of economic recovery. In this regard, we can say that investors will be further not sure which assets are better to invest in. It is probably better to consider investing in reserve currencies such as the Swiss franc and gold during this period.
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The Forecast – 2020.11.20
Yesterday, the head of the International Monetary Fund, Kristalina Georgieva, spoke about economic recovery prospects. According to her rhetoric, we can conclude that it will take a long time to recover the economies of the countries, and investors will be further not sure which assets are better to invest now in.
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The Forecast – 2020.11.18
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson questioned whether a trade deal with the European Union would be reached. Countries are working hard to find solutions that fully respect UK sovereignty, but there is no certainty that an agreement will be possible. It is worth following the rhetoric by the authorities on this issue further, and trading assets with the EUR, GBP more carefully.
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The Forecast – 2020.11.17
Investors are still focused on the situation concerning the coronavirus and the vaccine against it. Yesterday, the dollar fell after Moderna Inc. has become the second US company in a week to report positive test results for a COVID-19 vaccine.
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The Forecast – 2020.11.13
The tension in the world concerning the situation with the coronavirus is still the same. The US and Europe are introducing restrictions to stop the spread of the virus. In such difficult conditions, we recommend traders to trade more accurately, to fix their positions at important levels.
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The Forecast – 2020.11.06
The greenback is losing ground against its main competitors. Financial market participants expect the final results of the US presidential election. Preliminary data indicates that Democrat Joe Biden will win. The Fed has kept the key interest rate range unchanged. Today, traders will be focused on the US labor market report for October. Positions should be opened from key levels.
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The Forecast – 2020.11.05
There is still uncertainty in financial markets. Investors expect the final results of the US presidential election. The Bank of England has kept its key interest rate unchanged at 0.10%. The regulator expanded its government bond-buying program. Today, traders will be focused on the Fed meeting. We expect high trading activity and volatility.
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The Forecast – 2020.11.04
Trading activity and volatility have increased significantly in financial markets. The US presidential election is in the spotlight. According to preliminary data, Biden is ahead of Trump. At the same time, a number of important states in the southern United States supported Donald Trump, which could significantly reduce the advantage. Positions should be opened from key levels.
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The Forecast – 2020.11.03
Investors have started fixing positions on the greenback. The US presidential election is in the spotlight. Uncertainty remains in the financial markets. Trading activity and volatility may increase significantly. We recommend opening positions from key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast – 2020.11.02
The US dollar continues to strengthen against a basket of world currencies. The demand for risky assets is still low amid a rapid increase in the number of people infected with COVID-19 and ahead of the US presidential election. During the current trading week, traders will also assess the Fed meeting and the US labor market report for October.
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The Forecast – 2020.10.30
The US currency continues to strengthen against its main competitors. The US has published positive data on the country's GDP. The ECB has kept the key marks of monetary policy at the same level. The regulator also signaled the introduction of additional financial incentives. Oil quotes have become stable.
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Hot News  – 2020.10.29
Since the beginning of this week, aggressive sales have been observed in US financial markets. Major stock indices fell by more than 4.5%.
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The Forecast – 2020.10.29
The demand for risky assets is still low. Investors have taken a wait-and-see attitude before today's ECB meeting. The Central Banks of Canada and Japan, as expected, kept the key marks of monetary policy at the same level. Today, we recommend paying attention to economic releases from the US.
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The Forecast – 2020.10.28
The greenback has been growing against its main competitors. The demand for risky assets has weakened amid the rapid spread of the COVID-19 epidemic and the upcoming US presidential election. Today, the Bank of Canada meeting is in the focus of attention. We recommend opening positions from key levels.
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Hot News  – 2020.10.27
On Wednesday, October 28, at 16:00 (GMT+2:00), the Central Bank of Canada will announce its decision on the key interest rate. The regulator is expected to keep the key marks of monetary policy at the same level.
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The Forecast – 2020.10.27
There is an ambiguous technical pattern on currency majors. Financial market participants have taken a wait-and-see attitude before the US presidential elections. Investors also expect key Central Bank meetings later this week. We recommend opening positions from key levels.
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The Forecast – 2020.10.26
Currency majors have become stable. Investors are closely following the final stage of the election race between Donald Trump and Joe Biden, as well as new information concerning the stimulus package in the US. Today, financial market participants will assess economic releases from Germany and the US. Positions should be opened from key levels.
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The Forecast – 2020.10.23
The greenback has become stable against its main competitors. US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi reported on progress in negotiations with the White House on a new stimulus package. Today, investors will assess the data on economic activity in the Eurozone and the US. Positions should be opened from key levels.
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The Forecast – 2020.10.22
The greenback is still weak against currency majors before the US presidential election. According to the Fed's Beige Book, most US federal districts have shown weak or moderate economic growth. London and Brussels plan to resume negotiations on trade issues. We recommend opening positions from key levels.
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The Forecast – 2020.10.21
The greenback has been declining against its main competitors. Financial market participants continue to follow the news about the new economic stimulus package in the US. Today, investors will assess the Fed's "Beige Book". Positions should be opened from key levels.
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The Forecast – 2020.10.20
Currency majors show ambiguous results. Greenback demand has weakened as the deadline for agreeing on a new stimulus package is getting closer and the deal is still pending. Financial market participants expect up-to-date information on the Brexit issue. Today, investors will assess statistics on the US real estate market.
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The Forecast – 2020.10.19
Currency majors are consolidating. Investors expect additional drivers. Financial market participants continue to follow the discussion of new economic stimulus in the US before the presidential election and the situation concerning Brexit. Financial markets are under pressure due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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The Forecast – 2020.10.16
The greenback has been growing against its main competitors. The demand for safe assets has risen due to a sharp increase in the number of COVID-19 cases in the US and Europe. Investors also continue to monitor discussions on new economic stimulus in the US. The US retail sales report is in the spotlight. Positions should be opened from key levels.
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The Forecast – 2020.10.15
Currency majors show ambiguous results. Investors expect up-to-date information concerning negotiations in the US Congress on a new stimulus package. The situation with the COVID-19 pandemic in Europe continues to deteriorate rapidly. Today, investors will assess US economic releases. We recommend opening positions from key levels.
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The Forecast – 2020.10.13
The US dollar has become stable against its main competitors. Investors expect updates on a new stimulus package in the US, as well as new restrictive measures in Europe and Asia. We also recommend paying attention to the economic reports from the UK, Germany and the US. Positions should be opened from key levels.
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The Forecast – 2020.10.12
The greenback is losing ground against its main competitors. Investors continue to monitor the campaigns of Donald Trump and Joe Biden, as well as the adoption of a new stimulus package for the US economy. Today, we recommend paying attention to the speeches by the heads of the ECB and the Bank of England. Positions should be opened from key levels.
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The Forecast – 2020.10.09
The US dollar shows ambiguous results against currency majors. Investors continue to monitor the progress of the new stimulus package for the US economy. ECB officials are concerned about the prospects for economic recovery in the Eurozone. We expect a report on the labor market in Canada. We recommend opening positions from key levels.
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The Forecast – 2020.10.08
The greenback shows a variety of trends against its main competitors. Investors assess the controversial statements by US President Donald Trump concerning the new stimulus package. According to the FOMC minutes, the Fed plans to keep interest rates at current levels for a long time. We recommend opening positions from key levels.
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Hot News  – 2020.10.07
The attention of financial market participants is focused on the FOMC minutes, which will be published today at 21:00 (GMT+3:00). This report may indicate the plans of the Fed for the monetary policy.
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The Forecast – 2020.10.07
Yesterday, Donald Trump ordered to end negotiations in the US Congress on a new stimulus package. These events caused a sharp drop in demand for "risky" assets. Today, investors will be focused on the FOMC meeting minutes. We recommend paying attention to the comments by the regulator's representatives. Positions should be opened from key levels.
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The Forecast – 2020.10.06
The greenback has weakened against its main competitors. The demand for the US currency has weakened amid concerns about Donald Trump's health. Investors continue to monitor the progress of negotiations in the US Congress on a new stimulus package. We recommend paying attention to the speeches by the presidents of the ECB and the Fed.
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The Forecast – 2020.10.05
Currency majors show ambiguous results. Financial market participants expect up-to-date information on Donald Trump’s health status. The negotiations in the US Congress on a new stimulus package for the country's economy are in the spotlight. Positions should be opened from key levels.
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The Forecast – 2020.10.02
Currency majors show a variety of trends against the greenback. At the moment, investors have taken a wait-and-see attitude before the publication of the US labor market report for September. We recommend paying attention to the difference between the actual and forecasted values. Positions should be opened from key levels.
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The Forecast – 2020.10.01
The greenback shows ambiguous results. Trading activity and volatility on the currency majors are still high. Investors continue to monitor talks in the US Congress on a new stimulus package. Today, we expect important economic releases. Positions should be opened from key levels.
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The Forecast – 2020.09.30
The greenback shows ambiguous results against its main competitors. Financial market participants assess the previous debate between Donald Trump and his challenger Joe Biden. Today, we expect a number of important economic releases from the UK, Germany, the US and Canada. Positions should be opened from key levels.
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The Forecast – 2020.09.29
Currency majors are being traded stable. Investors expect a debate between Donald Trump and Joe Biden and updates on a new stimulus package in the US and negotiations on Brexit. Positions should be opened from key levels.
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Hot News  – 2020.09.28
Financial market participants have taken a wait-and-see attitude before the first President Donald Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden's debate.
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The Forecast – 2020.09.28
Currency majors show a variety of trends. The publication of important economic releases is not planned today. Investors have taken a wait-and-see attitude before the first debate between President Donald Trump and Democratic candidate Joe Biden. We recommend opening positions from key levels.
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The Forecast – 2020.09.25
Currency majors have become stable. Investors have started partially fixing positions on the greenback. Investors are still concerned about the active growth in the incidence of COVID-19. The US Congress has resumed talks on a new stimulus package. Today, we expect important economic reports from the US. Positions should be opened from key levels.
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The Forecast – 2020.09.24
The greenback has continued its growth against its main competitors. The demand for safe assets is still quite high due to the renewed increase in the incidence of COVID-19 in many countries around the world. Today, we recommend paying attention to the news feed from the US. Positions should be opened from key levels.
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The Forecast – 2020.09.23
The US currency is strengthening against other currencies. The United States House of Representatives approved a government funding bill. Yesterday, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced the introduction of restrictive measures in England to combat COVID-19. Positions should be opened from key levels.
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The Forecast – 2020.09.21
Currency majors move in different directions. Investors expect a series of speeches by the Fed Chairman Jerome Powell. Also, financial markets participants are concerned about the likely re-quarantine in the UK. Positions should be opened from key levels.
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The Forecast – 2020.09.17
Currency majors move in different directions. Investors assess the results of the Fed meeting. The Bank of England meeting is expected today, at which a decision on the key interest rate will be made. We recommend opening positions from key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast – 2020.09.15
The US dollar has declined against a basket of currency majors amid growing interest for risk. As it became known, AstraZeneca has resumed the latest trials of the COVID-19 vaccine. Today, investors expect economic reports on the UK labor market. We recommend opening positions from key levels.
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The Forecast – 2020.09.14
Currency pairs move in different directions. Investors have taken a wait-and-see attitude before the Fed meeting. Financial market participants are afraid that the deal between the EU and the UK will not come into force. Positions should be opened from key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast – 2020.09.11
Currency majors move in different directions. As expected, the ECB kept the key marks of monetary policy at the same level. The British pound has updated its local lows again due to uncertainty concerning Brexit. We recommend opening positions from key levels.
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The Forecast – 2020.09.10
During yesterday's trading session, currency majors strengthened against the greenback. Today, the ECB meeting will be the key event. We also recommend paying attention to economic reports from the US. Positions should be opened from key levels.
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The Forecast – 2020.09.09
The greenback has strengthened significantly against its main competitors. The conflict between Washington and Beijing has come to the fore again. The US currency has the potential for further growth. Today, the Bank of Canada meeting is in the spotlight. Positions should be opened from key levels.
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The Forecast – 2020.09.08
Currency majors show a variety of trends. Investors expect the ECB meeting, which will be held later this week. The British pound is under pressure due to Brexit uncertainty. Japan's GDP has shown the strongest decline. We recommend opening positions from key levels.
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The Forecast – 2020.09.07
Currency majors are consolidating. Financial market participants assess the US labor market report for August, which turned out to be quite optimistic. Investors expect the ECB meeting later this week. Today, the news feed is calm. Positions should be opened from key levels.
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The Forecast – 2020.09.04
The US dollar has become stable against a basket of world currencies. Financial market participants have taken a wait-and-see attitude before the publication of reports on the US and Canadian labor markets, which may have a significant impact on the dynamics of currency majors. Positions should be opened from key levels.
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The Forecast – 2020.09.03
The greenback continues to recover against its main competitors. The dollar index has updated local highs. Financial market participants have taken a wait-and-see attitude before the US labor market report for August, which will be published tomorrow. We recommend opening positions from key levels.
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The Forecast – 2020.09.02
The US dollar has become stable against a basket of world currencies. Investors have started partially fixing positions on the greenback after a prolonged fall. The dollar index has the potential for further correction. We expect important economic releases from the US. We recommend opening positions from key levels.
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The Forecast – 2020.09.01
The greenback continues to lose ground against the basket of world currencies due to increased expectations that the Fed rates will remain lower than those of other Central Banks. Today, we expect the publication of important economic releases from Germany, the UK, the Eurozone and the US. Positions should be opened from key levels.
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Hot News  – 2020.08.31
On Tuesday, September 01, at 07:30 (GMT+3:00), the Central Bank of Australia will announce its decision on the key interest rate.
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The Forecast – 2020.08.31
The greenback has become stable against its main competitors after a decline last week. The Fed has approved a new strategy allowing inflation to rise above 2%. The regulator plans to keep interest rates low for a long time. Today, the news feed is quite calm. Positions should be opened from key levels.
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The Forecast – 2020.08.28
The greenback has been declining against its main competitors after the speech by the Fed Chairman. Jerome Powell said that the Central Bank had approved a new strategy for monetary policy. Today, investors will assess Canada's GDP report. We recommend opening positions from key levels.
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The Forecast – 2020.08.27
The greenback shows ambiguous results against its main competitors. Investors are focused on today's speech by the Fed Chairman at the annual symposium in Jackson Hole. Trading activity and volatility may increase significantly. Today, we also expect important economic reports from the US.
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Hot News  – 2020.08.27
Today, Jerome Powell is going to rise to speak at the annual Jackson Hole Symposium at 4:10 pm (GMT+3:00). During his address, he will talk about the revision of the monetary policy by the Fed.
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The Forecast – 2020.08.26
The US dollar continues to show a variety of trends against its main competitors. Financial market participants expect a speech by the Fed Chairman at the annual symposium in Jackson Hole, which will be held on August 27-28. The US durable goods orders report will be the key event today. We recommend opening positions from key levels.
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The Forecast – 2020.08.25
The greenback shows a variety of trends against the basket of world currencies. The key event this week will be a speech by the head of the Fed at a symposium in Jackson Hole. Today investors will assess important economic reports from Germany and the US. Positions should be opened from key levels.
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The Forecast – 2020.08.21
Currency majors are consolidating. The greenback demand has weakened slightly amid rising jobless claims and declining US treasury yields. ECB representatives do not exclude that the Eurozone economy will need additional financial stimulus this autumn. Today, we expect a number of important economic releases.
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The Forecast – 2020.08.20
The greenback has strengthened significantly against its main competitors after the publication of the FOMC minutes. Central Bank officials believe that the American economy will need additional financial stimulus, but the deadline is still undefined. Today, investors will assess the ECB account of monetary policy meeting, as well as economic releases from the US. Positions should be opened from key levels.
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The Forecast – 2020.08.19
The greenback continues to lose ground against a basket of world currencies. The dollar index has updated two-year lows. Financial market participants have taken a wait-and-see attitude before the publication of the FOMC minutes. This report may have a significant impact on the further alignment of forces on the currency majors. Positions should be opened from key levels.
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The Forecast – 2020.08.18
The US currency continues to lose ground against its main competitors. The greenback is under pressure due to uncertainty concerning a new stimulus package in the US and ongoing tension between Beijing and Washington. Investors expect the FOMC minutes. Positions should be opened from key levels.
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The Forecast – 2020.08.17
The greenback has been declining again relative to a basket of world currencies. American currency is still under pressure due to uncertainty concerning the adoption of a new package of measures to support the US economy. Financial market participants expect the FOMC minutes, which will be published later this week. Positions should be opened from key levels.
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The Forecast – 2020.08.14
The greenback shows a variety of trends against its main competitors. Investors expect a report on US retail sales. We also recommend following the latest information regarding the adoption of the new stimulus package for the US economy. Positions should be opened from key levels.
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The Forecast – 2020.08.13
The greenback has weakened again relative to its main competitors. The US currency is still under pressure due to disagreements between Republicans and Democrats over additional stimulus for the US economy. At the moment, currency majors are consolidating. We expect statistics on the US labor market.
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The Forecast – 2020.08.12
Currency majors show ambiguous results. The dollar index continues to hold the current levels. The demand for greenback is supported by the growth of US government bonds yield. The UK reported that the country's GDP decreased by 20.4% (q/q) in the second quarter, which is the record reduction among the largest economies. We expect data on inflation in the US.
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The Forecast – 2020.08.11
Currency majors show a variety of trends. The demand for greenback has been partially resumed. Investors continue to monitor the adoption of a new package of measures to support the US economy. We expect important economic reports from Germany, the Eurozone and the US. Positions should be opened from key levels.
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The Forecast – 2020.08.10
The greenback has been growing against its main competitors. The US published rather optimistic statistics on the labor market for July, which caused a renewed demand for the American currency. Today, the news feed is calm enough. Positions should be opened from key levels.
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The Forecast – 2020.08.07
Currency majors have become stable. Reports on the labor market in the US and Canada are in the spotlight. Investors also follow the progress of negotiations in Washington on new measures to stimulate the American economy due to the COVID-19 epidemic. Positions should be opened from these marks.
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The Forecast – 2020.08.06
The greenback has continued to lose ground before Friday's US labor market report. At the moment, currency majors are stable. Investors expect additional drivers. A technical correction is possible in the near future. Positions should be opened from key levels.
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The Forecast – 2020.08.05
The greenback has been declining again. The US currency is under pressure due to the fact that US lawmakers couldn't agree on a new stimulus package, as well as a sharp drop in the yield on US government bonds. Today investors will assess important economic releases from the Eurozone and the US. Positions should be opened from key levels.
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The Forecast – 2020.08.04
Currency majors have become stable. There is no defined trend. Financial market participants expect additional drivers. We recommend following up-to-date information regarding the coronavirus pandemic. Positions should be opened from key levels.
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The Forecast – 2020.08.03
The greenback has become stable against a basket of world currencies. Investors have started partially fixing positions. Financial market participants are still concerned about the coronavirus pandemic. The US labor market report for July will be the key event in the current trading week. Today we expect economic releases from Germany, the UK and the US.
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The Forecast – 2020.07.31
The US dollar continues to lose ground against its main competitors. The greenback is still under pressure after the biggest decline in US GDP ever. In the second quarter, the country's economy slowed down by 32.9%. At the moment, currency majors have become stable. We recommend opening positions from key levels.
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The Forecast – 2020.07.30
The greenback has become stable against a basket of world currencies. Investors assess the Fed meeting. The regulator, as expected, kept the key marks of monetary policy at the same level. The central bank has reported that support for the economy will continue. We expect important economic reports from Germany and the US.
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The Forecast – 2020.07.29
The US dollar continued to lose ground against its main competitors. At the moment, the dollar index is stable. The Fed meeting is in the spotlight. It is expected that the regulator will keep the key marks of monetary policy at the same level. We recommend paying attention to the comments by the representatives of the Central Bank. Positions should be opened from key levels.
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The Forecast – 2020.07.28
The greenback has weakened again relative to a basket of world currencies. At the moment, the dollar index is stable. Investors have started partially fixing positions before the Fed meeting. On Monday, Senate Republicans presented a $1 trillion stimulus plan for the economy. We expect economic reports from the US. We recommend opening positions from key levels.
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The Forecast – 2020.07.27
The greenback continues to lose ground against its main competitors. Investors expect the Fed meeting this week. We also recommend following the latest information regarding the conflict between Washington and Beijing. Today, economic reports from the US are in the spotlight.
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The Forecast – 2020.07.24
The greenback has weakened again relative to its main competitors. The euro and the British pound are supported by positive economic releases. Relations between the US and China continue to escalate. We expect economic reports from the US. Positions should be opened from key levels.
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The Forecast – 2020.07.23
The US dollar continues to lose ground against a basket of world currencies. Relations between Washington and China have escalated again. A weak report on existing home sales in the US put additional pressure on the American currency. Today, investors will assess jobless claims in the US. Positions should be opened from key levels.
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The Forecast – 2020.07.22
The greenback has weakened significantly against its main competitors. At the moment, currency majors are stable. Investors’ concerns about the coronavirus pandemic have escalated again. The number of infected in the world has exceeded 15 million. The leaders of the EU countries reached an agreement on a plan for economic recovery $2 trillion worth after four days of negotiations. We expect economic releases from Canada and the US.
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The Forecast – 2020.07.21
The greenback has weakened against its main competitors. The demand for risky assets has grown. Sentiment in financial markets has been improved after Oxford University reported significant advances in the development of a vaccine for COVID-19. EU leaders have agreed on a plan and budget for economic recovery in the region. We expect important economic reports from Canada.
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The Forecast – 2020.07.20
On Friday, the US dollar index has updated local lows and closed in the negative zone. Investors are still concerned about the growth of the number of people infected with COVID-19. The EU summit in Brussels, where the leaders of the countries discuss the bloc's budget for 2021-2027 and an anti-crisis economic recovery plan, is in the spotlight. The central bank of China left its key rate unchanged for the third month in a row.
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The Forecast – 2020.07.17
Currency majors show ambiguous results. The ECB, as expected, kept the key marks of monetary policy at the same level. An optimistic report on retail sales in the US for June supported the greenback. Investors are concerned about the growing number of people infected with COVID-19. We expect important statistics from the Eurozone and the US. Positions should be opened from key levels.
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The Forecast – 2020.07.16
Currency majors show a variety of trends. The Bank of Canada, as expected, has kept the key marks of monetary policy at the same level. Today, the ECB meeting, as well as important economic releases from the US, are in the spotlight. We recommend opening positions from key levels.
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The Forecast – 2020.07.15
The greenback has weakened against its main competitors. Some Fed representatives believe that the regulator will have to resort again to lower interest rates in the near future. The Bank of Canada meeting is in the spotlight. We recommend paying attention to the Fed's "Beige Book". Positions should be opened from key levels.
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The Forecast – 2020.07.14
The greenback has strengthened against its main competitors. The second wave of the COVID-19 epidemic is still in the spotlight. Great Britain published a weak report on the country's GDP. We expect important economic releases from Germany and the US. Positions should be opened from key levels.
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The Forecast – 2020.07.13
Currency majors have become stable. Sentiment in financial markets continues to deteriorate amid the second wave of the COVID-19 epidemic. The number of infected in the world has reached 13 million. Today we recommend paying attention to the speech by the head of the Bank of England. Positions should be opened from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.07.10
Demand for risky assets has weakened amid a record number of new COVID-19 cases in the United States. Investors are afraid of possible introduction of new restrictive measures. We expect important economic reports from the USA and Canada. It's recommended to open positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.07.09
Greenback has weakened against its main competitors. The United States has recorded a new world record for COVID-19 infections. The UK government has introduced a new plan to support the economy in a crisis. Today, the focus is on data on jobless claims in the United States. Positions must be opened from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.07.08
Currency majors show multidirectional dynamics. Demand for risky assets remains at a fairly low level. Some countries have begun to apply quarantine measures again due to increased coronavirus infection. Today we recommend you to pay attention to the economic forecasts of the EU and the hearing of the Bank of England Monetary Policy Committee. Positions must be opened from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.07.07
Greenback has been growing relative to its main competitors. Demand for risky assets has weakened amid new outbreaks of coronavirus disease. Investors are concerned about the possible return of restrictive measures. Optimistic economic releases from the United States support the US currency. We recommend opening positions from key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.07.06
Currency majors show a variety of trends. Investors are worried about new outbreaks of coronavirus cases. Today, the focus is on economic releases from the United States. We recommend opening positions from key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.07.03
Majors are consolidating. The United States published a rather optimistic report on the US labor market for June. At the same time, the dollar index has kept current highs. Investors are concerned about a new wave of the coronavirus epidemic. Today, the publication of important economic releases is not planned. US financial markets will be closed due to the holiday.
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The Forecast  – 2020.07.02
The greenback is losing ground against major competitors before the US labor market report for June. These statistics may have a significant impact on the dynamics of currency majors. Investors are still concerned about the rapid increase in the number of infected with COVID-19, which may cause even greater damage to the global economy. We recommend opening positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.07.01
Currency majors show a variety of trends. The loonie and the Japanese yen have been growing against the greenback. Financial market participants have taken a wait-and-see attitude before the publication of the FOMC meeting minutes, as well as important economic releases from Germany, the UK and the US. We recommend opening positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.06.30
Currency majors show a variety of trends. The demand for risky assets has been resumed amid signs of global economic recovery. Financial market participants expect a speech by the Fed Chairman. The British pound is still under pressure amid weak UK GDP report. Positions should be opened from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.06.26
Currency majors are consolidating. The demand for risky assets has weakened again. Investors are worried about the rapid increase in the number of infected with COVID-19, which may cause even greater damage to the global economy. We expect economic releases from the US. We also recommend paying attention to the speech by the head of the ECB. Positions should be opened from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.06.24
Currency majors have become stable. Investors expect additional drivers. The demand for risky currencies has resumed after comments by White House Trading Adviser Peter Navarro. The official said that the trade deal with China remains in force. We expect important economic reports from Germany. Positions should be opened from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.06.23
The greenback has weakened against its main competitors. The White House announced the development of a new $1 trillion stimulus package. Today, we expect the release of important statistics from Germany, the UK, the Eurozone and the US. We recommend opening positions from key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.06.22
Currency majors are consolidating. Investors expect additional drivers. Demand for risky assets is still quite low amid growing concerns about the beginning of the second wave of the coronavirus pandemic. Today we recommend paying attention to economic releases from the US. Positions should be opened from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.06.19
The greenback has strengthened against its main competitors. The demand for risky assets is still low amid growing concerns about the second wave of the COVID-19 epidemic. The tension between Washington and Beijing has come to the fore again. We recommend paying attention to economic reports from Canada, a summit of EU leaders, as well as to the speech by the Fed Chairman.
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The Forecast  – 2020.06.18
Currency majors are consolidating. The demand for risky assets is still low. Investors are concerned about the growing number of new cases of the COVID-19 virus. We expect the Bank of England meeting. We also recommend paying attention to economic reports from the US. Positions should be opened from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.06.17
The demand for risky assets has weakened again. Investors are concerned about the second outbreak of coronavirus. The Fed Chairman Jerome Powell confirmed the grim picture of the prospects for economic recovery in the US. We expect data on the real estate market in the United States, as well as a speech by the Fed Chairman. We recommend opening positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.06.16
The demand for risky assets has resumed. The sentiment in the financial markets has been improved slightly after the Fed announced the start of the purchase of corporate bonds to support the country's economy, which has been significantly affected by the COVID-19 epidemic. Today, speech by the Fed Chairman is in the spotlight. We also recommend paying attention to the US retail sales report.
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The Forecast  – 2020.06.15
The greenback has recovered part of the losses against its main competitors. The demand for risky assets continues to weaken. Financial market participants are concerned about the second outbreak of coronavirus. Investors expect a speech by the Fed Chairman, which will be held tomorrow. Jerome Powell should report for the half year on the monetary policy of the Central Bank. Positions should be opened from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.06.12
The demand for risky assets has weakened. The greenback has strengthened against main competitors. Investors are concerned about the second wave of coronavirus outbreak. The UK has published weak economic reports. We recommend opening positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.06.11
Currency majors have become stable. Investors assess the results of the Fed meeting. The regulator does not plan to raise interest rates, at least until the end of 2022. The Central Bank intends to continue to support the national economy, which has been suffered significantly by the COVID-19 pandemic. Today, we expect important economic reports from the US. We recommend opening positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.06.10
Currency majors are consolidating. Financial market participants have taken a wait-and-see attitude before the announcement of the results of the two-day Fed meeting. It is expected that the regulator will keep the key marks of monetary policy at the same level. We recommend opening positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.06.09
The greenback has become stable against major competitors. Investors have started partially fixing positions before the Fed meeting. We recommend following up-to-date information regarding the conflict between Washington and Beijing. Positions should be opened from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.06.05
The single currency and the British pound have continued to grow against the greenback. Investors assess the ECB meeting. We expect reports on the labor market in the US and Canada. We recommend paying attention to the difference between the actual and forecasted values. Positions should be opened from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.06.04
Currency majors have become stable. In the near future, a technical correction is possible. Investors have taken a wait-and-see attitude before today's ECB meeting. The Bank of Canada has kept its key interest rate unchanged. We also recommend paying attention to economic reports from the UK and the US.
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The Forecast  – 2020.06.03
The greenback has continued to lose ground against currency majors. The demand for risky assets is still high amid hopes of a recovery in the global economy. The Bank of Canada meeting is in the spotlight. We also recommend paying attention to economic reports from Germany, the UK and the US. Positions should be opened from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.06.02
The greenback has continued to lose ground against a basket of world currencies. The demand for risky assets is still high amid hopes of a recovery in the global economy. Investors continue to monitor the conflict between Washington and Beijing, as well as mass protests throughout the United States. We recommend opening positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.06.01
Last week, the greenback significantly weakened against its main competitors. Currency majors are currently consolidating. Investors expect meetings of key central banks and the US labor market report for May. We recommend following up-to-date information regarding the conflict between Washington and Beijing. Positions should be opened from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.05.29
The single currency continues to show a positive trend. The US has published weak economic releases again. Currency majors are currently consolidating. The conflict between Washington and Beijing is still in the spotlight. Demand for "safe-haven" currencies remains at a high level. We expect the speech by the Fed Chairman, as well as the publication of important statistics.
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The Forecast  – 2020.05.28
Currency majors show ambiguous results. The European Commission has proposed a package of measures 1.85 trillion euros worth to restore the economy from the COVID-19 epidemic. According to the Fed's Beige Book, economic activity has slowed down sharply in most regions. Today, important economic reports from the US are in the spotlight. Positions should be opened from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.05.27
The greenback has weakened significantly against its main competitors. The demand for risky assets is still high amid the gradual lifting of restrictions around the world. Additional support is provided by the hope of creating a vaccine against the COVID-19 virus. Today, investors will assess the Fed's "Beige Book", which will show the economic condition of 12 US federal districts in a crisis.
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The Forecast  – 2020.05.26
The greenback has weakened against a basket of world currencies. The demand for risky assets has grown amid the gradual lifting of restrictions imposed to fight the COVID-19 epidemic worldwide. The Bank of Japan does not exclude the introduction of additional economic stimulus measures to mitigate the consequences of the coronavirus pandemic. Today, investors will assess economic releases from the US. Positions should be opened from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.05.25
The greenback has strengthened against its main competitors. Demand for risky assets is still low enough amid rising tensions between the US and China. Today we expect important economic releases from Germany. We recommend opening positions from key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.05.22
The greenback has strengthened against its main competitors. The demand for risky assets has weakened amid a new wave of tension between Washington and Beijing. The UK has published a weak retail sales report. The Bank of Japan will allocate about $279 billion to support the small business affected by the COVID-19 epidemic and prevent a recession in the economy. We expect the ECB meeting account and economic releases from Canada.
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The Forecast  – 2020.05.21
There is a variety of trends on currency majors. Investors assess the FOMC meeting minutes. The regulator plans to keep rates near zero until there is confidence in a stable recovery in the US economy. We expect important economic releases from Germany, the Eurozone and the US. We recommend opening positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.05.20
The news that France and Germany have taken a joint initiative to create a €500bn EU rescue fund supports the euro. Currency majors are currently consolidating. The FOMC meeting minutes are in the focus of attention. Investors will also assess inflation data in the Eurozone and Canada. Positions should be opened from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.05.19
The greenback has weakened significantly against its main competitors. Demand for risky assets has grown after US pharmaceutical company Moderna announced preliminary positive test results for a potential vaccine against the COVID-19 virus. We expect important economic reports from Germany, the Eurozone and the US. Positions should be opened from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.05.18
Currency majors have become stable. The conflict between Washington and Beijing has escalated again. Fed Chairman Jerome Powell said the US economy could fell to 30% in the second quarter. The loonie is supported by the recovery of oil quotes. Japan published a weak report on the country's GDP. We recommend opening positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.05.15
There is a variety of trends on currency majors. The British pound is still under pressure since the Bank of England does not exclude the possibility of reducing the base rate to a negative level. The loonie is supported by the recovery of oil quotes. We expect important economic releases from Germany and the US. Positions should be opened from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.05.14
The greenback has strengthened relative to its main competitors after a speech by the Fed Chairman. The official denied rumors that the Central Bank may introduce negative interest rates. Jerome Powell also said the US economy could face a long recovery period due to the COVID-19 epidemic. We expect data on the initial jobless claims in the US. Positions should be opened from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.05.13
The US dollar has weakened against its main competitors. Financial market participants have taken a wait-and-see attitude before the speech by Fed Chairman Jerome Powell. Investors assess the UK GDP report. We expect economic releases from the US. Positions should be opened from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.05.12
The US dollar has strengthened against currency majors. The demand for safe assets has grown. Investors and politicians are concerned about the second outbreak of the COVID-19 after a number of restrictions were lifted in most countries. We expect US inflation data. We also recommend paying attention to the speeches by FOMC representatives. Positions should be opened from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.05.11
There is a variety of trends on currency majors. Financial market participants assess a report on the US labor market for April. Today, London and Brussels will resume negotiations on relations after Brexit. We recommend opening positions from key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.05.08
Currency majors have become stable. Investors have started partially fixing greenback positions before today's US labor market report. Experts forecast a decrease in the number of jobs in the US economy by 22.1 million in April. The unemployment rate will reach 16.0%. We recommend paying attention to the difference between the actual and forecasted values. Positions should be opened from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.05.07
The greenback has updated local highs against major competitors. The demand for risky assets is still low. Investors assess the Bank of England meeting. The regulator, as expected, kept the key marks of monetary policy at the same level. We expect important economic reports from the US and Canada. Positions should be opened from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.05.06
There is a variety of trends on currency majors. The single currency is under pressure after an unexpected decision of the Federal Constitutional Court of Germany. The demand for "safe haven" currencies is still high. We expect important economic releases from the UK, the Eurozone and the US. Positions should be opened from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.05.05
The greenback has strengthened against its main competitors. The demand for safe assets has grown amid fears of a renewed trade war between Washington and Beijing. The ECB forecasts that Eurozone GDP in 2020 will fall by 5.5%. The Canadian dollar is supported by price recovery in the "black gold" market. We expect important economic releases from the UK and the US. Positions should be opened from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.05.04
The greenback significantly strengthened against its main competitors. The demand for risky assets has weakened. Washington is considering imposing new sanctions against Beijing, finding it guilty of the COVID-19 epidemic. The number of coronavirus infected in the world exceeded 3.5 million. We expect economic reports from Germany. Positions should be opened from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.04.30
The greenback demand has weakened after the Fed meeting. The regulator kept the key marks of monetary policy at the same level. The Central Bank expects a decline in key economic indicators in the second quarter. The greenback is under pressure due to weak data on US GDP in the first quarter. Today, the ECB meeting is in the spotlight. We recommend opening positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.04.29
The dollar index has been declining. The greenback demand has weakened before the Fed meeting. It is expected that the regulator will leave the key marks of monetary policy unchanged. We recommend paying attention to the comments by representatives of the Central Bank. Investors will also assess important economic releases from the US. Positions should be opened from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.04.28
Currency majors are consolidating. Demand for risky assets has started resuming amid reduced restrictions in most countries of the world. Investors expect the Fed and the ECB meetings which will be held this week. Today, financial market participants will assess economic releases from the US. Positions should be opened from key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.04.27
The dollar index has been declining. Investors have started fixing greenback positions partially. Financial market participants continue to assess the risks and impact of the COVID-19 epidemic on the global economy. The Bank of Japan, as expected, kept key interest rates unchanged. We recommend opening positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.04.24
Currency majors show a variety of trends. The euro is under pressure due to weak indicators of economic activity in Germany and the Eurozone. The U.S. House of Representatives has approved a new bill on measures to support the economy. Today, investors will assess important statistics from Germany and the US. Positions should be opened from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.04.23
The US dollar has strengthened again relative to currency majors. The greenback demand is still high. We expect the meeting of EU leaders, as well as the publication of important economic releases from Germany, the Eurozone, the UK and the US. We recommend opening positions from key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.04.22
The US dollar has continued to grow against its main competitors. Financial market participants continue to assess the effects of the coronavirus pandemic. The loonie is still under pressure amid aggressive sales in the "black gold" market. We expect economic reports from Canada. Positions should be opened from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.04.21
The greenback shows mixed results against major competitors. Financial markets participants expect additional drivers. The loonie is under pressure due to a sharp collapse in prices in the "black gold" market. Today, investors will assess important economic reports from Germany and the US. Positions should be opened from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.04.17
The greenback continued its growth relative to a basket of world currencies. Investors continue to assess the risks of the further spread of the COVID-19 virus and its impact on the global economy. The Canadian dollar is under pressure due to aggressive sales in the "black gold" market. We expect a report on inflation in the Eurozone.
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The Forecast  – 2020.04.16
The greenback has strengthened relative to its main competitors despite the publication of pessimistic economic releases. Demand for risky assets has significantly weakened amid the further spread of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Bank of Canada, as expected, kept the key marks of monetary policy at the same level. We expect important statistics from Germany and the US. We recommend opening positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.04.15
The greenback has continued to lose ground. Currency majors are currently consolidating. The Bank of Canada meeting and economic releases from the US are in the spotlight. Demand for the "safe haven" currencies is still high. We recommend opening positions from key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.04.14
The US dollar continues to lose ground against currency majors. Chinese exports and imports slowed down the decline in March after falling earlier this year. Demand for the "safe haven" currencies is still high. Today, the publication of important economic releases is not planned. We recommend opening positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.04.13
The greenback is losing ground relative to major competitors. The potential for further decline remains. The coronavirus pandemic is still in the spotlight. Today, the publication of important economic releases is not planned. We recommend opening positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.04.10
The dollar index shows negative dynamics. Greenback demand has weakened amid Fed stimulus measures, as well as an increase in initial jobless claims. Today, investors will assess data on inflation in the US. Trading activity may be reduced due to holidays in most countries of the world. We recommend opening positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.04.09
Currency majors show a variety of trends. Financial market participants expect additional drivers. Today, the ECB monetary policy meeting account is in the focus of attention. Investors will also assess important economic reports from the US and Canada. Positions should be opened from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.04.08
Currency majors are consolidating. There is no defined trend. Financial market participants have taken a wait-and-see attitude before the publication of the FOMC meeting minutes. We recommend paying attention to the comments by representatives of the regulator. The COVID-19 epidemic is still in the focus of attention. Positions should be opened from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.04.07
There is a variety of trends on currency majors. Investors expect additional drivers. Today, senior eurozone officials should hold a videoconference to agree on economic measures in the context of the COVID-19 epidemic. We expect economic releases from the UK. We recommend opening positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.04.06
On Friday, the US published a weak labor market report for March. At the same time, the demand for greenback is still high. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was hospitalized for an examination. We expect economic reports from the UK. We recommend opening positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.04.03
There is a variety of trends on currency majors. The coronavirus epidemic continues to impact the global economy negatively. Financial market participants have taken a wait-and-see attitude before the publication of US labor statistics for March. We recommend paying attention to the difference between the actual and forecasted values. Positions should be opened from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.04.02
Currency majors show a variety of trends. The COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact the global economy negatively. Demand for the "safe haven" currencies is still high. Today we expect economic releases from the UK and the US. Positions should be opened from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.04.01
The greenback has become stable against major competitors. Financial market participants expect additional drivers. Today, investors will assess important statistics from Germany, the UK and the US. We recommend opening positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.03.31
Currency majors stabilized. Investors continue to evaluate the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the global economy. Demand for safe haven currencies remains high. We are expecting important economic releases from Germany, Canada and the USA. Open positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.03.30
Еhe coronavirus pandemic continues to negatively impact the global economy. Greenback remains under pressure relative to its main competitors. Demand for safe haven currencies has grown significantly. We are expecting economic reports from the USA. Open positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.03.27
Greenback significantly weakened relative to its main competitors. The COVID-19 virus epidemic continues to negatively impact the global economy. The US Department of Labor reported that the number of initial applications for unemployment benefits has reached a record level. The Bank of England, as expected, kept the basic parameters of monetary policy at the same level. Open positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.03.26
Greenback continues to lose ground relative to major competitors. The US Senate supported a bill worth $2 trillion, which aims to mitigate the economic consequences of the coronavirus pandemic. Investors expect a meeting of the Bank of England and data on the number of initial jobless claims in the United States. Open positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.03.25
Greenback has moved downwards against its main competitors. Further correction remains possible. US senators and White House officials have agreed on an incentive package to mitigate the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. We expect economic reports from Germany and USA. Open positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.03.24
Major currencies have stabilized against greenback. The US Federal Reserve has introduced a new range of incentive programs. The British Prime Minister has imposed a strict quarantine on the country. We expect important economic releases from Germany, EU and the US. Open positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.03.23
Currency majors have stabilized. The spread of the COVID-19 virus and its impact on the global economy remains the focus of investors' attention. No important economic releases are planned today. We recommend opening positions from key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.03.20
USD has weakened in relation to its main competitors. Financial market sentiment improved slightly against the backdrop of global central bank support measures. The CAD is supported by the recovery of oil quotations. We expect important statistics from Canada and USA. Open positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.03.19
Greenback continued its growth against its main competitors. The ECB and the Fed announced new stimulus programs to combat the effects of the virus crisis. The British pound reached its lowest level against the dollar since 1985. The CAD continues to lose ground. We recommend opening positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.03.18
USD has strengthened against its main competitors. Demand for American currency rose after Donald Trump's statements. GBP reached the mark of $1.20. The CAD is under pressure from a significant drop in "black gold" prices. We expect important statistics from Eurozone, USA and Canada. We recommend opening positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.03.17
The main currency pairs demonstrate a variety of trends. Investors continue to assess the risks of further spread of the COVID-19 virus and its impact on the global economy. Today we expect important economic releases from the UK, Germany and the USA. Open positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.03.16
Currency majors show mixed results. The spread of the COVID-19 virus remains in the spotlight. The US Federal Reserve has drastically reduced the key interest rate range. The Bank of Japan has announced an increase in stimulus measures. GBP reached a six-month low relative to greenback. We recommend opening positions from key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.03.13
The ECB kept key interest rates at their previous levels. The regulator will increase its asset buyback program by €120 billion by the end of 2020. Investors continue to assess the risks of COVID-19 virus spread and its impact on the global economy. Sterling has collapsed significantly. At the moment the currency majors are consolidating. We recommend opening positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.03.06
USD continues to lose ground against its main competitors. The U.S. currency is under pressure from the prospects of further reduction of interest rates by the Fed. Participants of financial markets took are waiting for the publication of reports on the labor market of the USA and Canada. Open positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.03.05
Currency majors have stabilized. Investors continue to assess the risks of COVID-19 virus spread. USD is under pressure from the prospects for further easing of the Fed's monetary policy. The Bank of Canada reduced its key interest rate. We recommend opening positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.03.04
USD shows a steady downward trend against a basket of world currencies. The Fed has sharply reduced its key interest rate range by 50 basis points. The demand for the safe haven currencies remains at a high level. Bank of Canada meeting is in the spotlight. Open positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.03.03
USD continues to lose positions against the single currency. The US dollar remains under pressure amid growing expectations that the Fed will cut interest rates at the next meeting. GBP/USD, USD/CAD and USD/JPY are trading steadily. Investors are waiting for additional drivers. Positions should be opened from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.03.02
Currency majors demonstrate a variety of trends. Demand for USD has decreased significantly. Financial market participants expect the Fed to lower the key interest rate range at the next meeting. The CAD is supported by the recovery of oil quotations. We expect important economic releases from Germany, UK and USA. Positions should be opened from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.02.28
Trading activity and volatility on major currency pairs has increased significantly. The demand for greenback has decreased. Investors have bet on the fact that the Federal Reserve may lower interest rates to compensate for the impact of the spreading coronavirus. The CAD is under pressure from a significant drop in oil quotes. We expect important economic reports from Germany, Canada and USA.
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The Forecast  – 2020.02.27
Currency majors demonstrate multi-directional dynamics. Investors are closely monitoring the situation with the spread of coronavirus COVID-19 outside China. The Canadian dollar continues to be under pressure from the negative dynamics of oil quotations. Today, the statistical data on the US economy is in the spotlight.
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The Forecast  – 2020.02.26
USD has weakened against its main competitors. Investors are concerned about the spread of the Covid-19 coronavirus outside China, which could lead to a serious decline in the world economy. We expect economic reports from the USA. We recommend paying attention to the speeches of ECB head and FOMC representatives.
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The Forecast  – 2020.02.25
Currency majors show mixed results. Investors started partially fixing positions on greenback. The CAD is under pressure from a significant collapse of oil quotations. Demand for safe haven currencies has resumed. We expect important statistics from the USA. Positions should be opened from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.02.24
Currency majors show a variety of trends. Investors are still concerned about the spread of coronavirus outside of China. Today, financial market participants will assess economic releases from Germany. We recommend opening positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.02.21
Currency majors show mixed results. Demand for greenback remains high. The yen keeps losing positions against the US dollar. We expect important statistics from UK, EU, Canada and USA to be published. We recommend opening positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.02.20
Financial market participants are evaluating the FOMC protocols. GBP/USD quotes have moved down. The Japanese yen has considerably weakened. Today we expect important economic reports from UK, EU and the USA. We recommend opening positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.02.19
The EUR keeps losing positions against the USD. At the moment the currency majors are consolidating. Investors took a waiting position before the publication of the FOMC Minutes. We also recommend you to pay attention to the economic reports from the UK, Canada and the USA. Positions should be opened from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.02.18
The currency majors are consolidating. The technical pattern is mixed. Investors are waiting for additional drivers. Today, participants of financial markets will estimate important statistics from UK, Germany and EU. We recommend opening positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.02.17
Major currency pairs have stabilized. Investors are waiting for additional drivers. Euro is testing three-year lows. The yen is under pressure from weak data on the country's GDP. The US and Canadian financial markets are closed due to the holidays. It is recommended to open positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.02.14
The EUR updated the two-year lows against the USD. GBP/USD quotes went up. The CAD and JPY are consolidating. Coronavirus outbreak in China still remains in the focus of investors' attention. We expect important economic releases from Eurozone and USA. Positions should be opened from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.02.13
The single currency continues to lose ground relative to the greenback. Demand for CAD has resumed. GBP and JPY are consolidating. Financial market participants expect important economic reports from the United States. We recommend opening positions from key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.02.12
Currency majors have become stable. Financial market participants assess the speech by Fed Chairman. Demand for the British pound and the Canadian dollar has been resumed. Today, the news feed is fairly calm. We recommend opening positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.02.11
Euro continues to lose ground against USD. At the moment the currency majors are consolidated. Investors are waiting for important economic releases from the UK. We also recommend you to pay attention to the statements by the ECB head and FOMC representatives. Positions should be opened from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.02.10
Greenbeck has once again strengthened against its main competitors. The US released optimistic labor market statistics for January. Financial market participants continue to assess the risks of further coronavirus expansion from China. Today the news background is calm. We recommend opening positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.02.07
The EUR and the GBP continue to lose ground against the US dollar. USD/CAD and USD/JPY are trading steadily. Participants of financial markets took a wait-and-see approach before the publication of reports on the labor market of the U.S. and Canada. We recommend opening positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.02.06
USD continued its growth against its main competitors. The US currency was supported by positive economic releases. The CAD has stabilized. Demand for safe haven currencies has weakened considerably. The news background is calm today. We recommend opening positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.02.05
Greenback has stabilized against its main competitors. Investors are expecting additional drivers. Demand for safe haven currencies has weakened considerably. Today participants of financial markets will appreciate important economic releases from EU, UK and USA. We recommend opening positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.02.04
Currency majors show mixed results. Sterling collapsed after comments from British Prime Minister Boris Johnson. Negative dynamics of oil quotes continue to put pressure on the CAD. We expect important statistics from Great Britain. We recommend opening positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.02.03
Greenback has weakened considerably against world currencies. The possibility of further decline remains. The coronavirus outbreak in China continues to be the focus of financial market participants. Today we expect the publication of important statistics from Germany, UK and USA. Positions should be opened from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.01.31
Currency majors demonstrate a variety of trends. The Bank of England, as expected, kept the main parameters of monetary policy at the same level. We expect the publication of important statistics from EU, USA and Canada. Open positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.01.30
The Fed, as expected, maintained its key interest rate range at 1.50%-1.75%. The regulator noted the stability of the labor market. Investors are waiting for the Bank of England meeting. We recommend you to pay attention to economic reports from Germany and the USA. Open positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.01.29
Major currency pairs are traded steadily. The focus is on the Fed meeting. Financial markets participants expect the regulator to keep the main parameters of monetary policy at the same level. We recommend you to pay attention to comments and rhetoric of the Central Bank representatives. Open positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.01.28
The main currency pairs demonstrate a variety of trends. Investors are waiting for the Fed meeting, which is scheduled for January 29. Today, participants of financial markets will assess important statistical reports on the US economy. We recommend opening positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.01.27
Currency majors demonstrate a variety of trends. The CAD is under pressure from the negative dynamics of oil quotes. Demand for the currencies of the quiet harbor remains at a high enough level. We expect important economic releases from Germany and the USA. Open positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.01.24
Currency majors are consolidating. Euro remains under pressure after the ECB meeting. The regulator kept the main parameters of monetary policy at the same level. The central bank plans to further stimulate the economy for a long period of time. Demand for the save haven currencies remains at a high level. We recommend opening positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.01.23
Euro trades steadily against greenback. Investors are waiting for ECB meeting. Demand for Japanese yen and pound has resumed. CAD is under pressure after Bank of Canada meeting. We recommend you to open positions from key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.01.22
Major currency pairs show mixed results. Sterling moved upwards after a positive report on the UK labor market. Investors are waiting for the Bank of Canada meeting. We also recommend to pay attention to economic releases from USA. Positions should be opened from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.01.21
Currency majors demonstrate multidirectional dynamics. Greenback demand remains at a fairly high level. The Bank of Japan has maintained the basic parameters of monetary policy at the same level. We are expecting important economic releases from the UK and the USA. We recommend opening positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.01.20
Currency majors are consolidating. Demand for USD remains at a fairly high level. Today the news background is calm. US financial markets will be closed due to the holiday. We recommend opening positions from key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.01.17
Major currency pairs show multidirectional dynamics. Participants in financial markets expect additional drivers. Today, investors will evaluate important economic reports from the UK, the eurozone and the United States. We recommend opening positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.01.16
USD is trading stably relative to its main competitors. Washington and Beijing signed the first phase of the trade agreement. Today, the attention of financial market participants is directed to the publication of the ECB Minutes, as well as economic releases from the United States. We recommend opening positions from key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.01.14
Currency majors show a variety of trends. Investors expect the signing of an interim trade agreement between Washington and Beijing. Demand for safe-haven currencies is still at a rather low level due to the reduction of fears of further escalation of the military conflict between the US and Iran. Today, the US inflation report is in the focus of attention. Positions should be opened from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.01.13
The dollar index has moved away from local highs. The US has published rather weak labor market statistics for December. We recommend following up-to-date information regarding resolving the conflict in the Middle East, as well as concluding a trade deal between the US and China. Today, investors will assess important economic releases from the UK.
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The Forecast  – 2020.01.10
USD is stable against EUR and GBP. The demand for safe currency is weakenening due to deescalation in the Middle East. Investors expect labour reports from US and Canada. Open positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.01.08
Trading activity and volatility in major currency majors have grown significantly. The focus is on geopolitical tensions in the Middle East. Demand for safe assets remains at a fairly high level. We recommend that you pay attention to economic releases from the United States. Open positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2020.01.03
Greenback is losing ground against the euro and British pound. Demand for loonie and the currency of the "safe haven" is still at a fairly high level. Today, financial market participants will evaluate important economic releases from Germany, the UK and the US. We recommend opening positions from key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.12.27
Greenback weakened against a basket of world currencies. This movement is largely due to technical factors. Today, the news background is pretty calm. The publication of important economic releases is not planned. We recommend opening positions from key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.12.26
World currency markets remain in a festive mood due to the Christmas holidays. Major pairs have no defined trends. USD has slightly moved up, the newsfeed is calm. Open positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.12.24
USD is trading stably against the basket of world currencies. Trading activity and volatility decreased on the eve of the Christmas holidays. The GBP is still under pressure. Today the news background is calm. We recommend opening positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.12.23
Greenback is stable against major currencies. This week, trading activity and volatility may be reduced due to the Christmas holidays. Financial market participants expect important economic releases from the US and Canada. We recommend opening positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.12.20
Currency majors show mixed results. The GBP is still under pressure. Demand for the safe haven currency has resumed. Investors expect publication of important statistics from the UK, Canada and the United States. We recommend opening positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.12.19
Currency majors show mixed results. Investors expect additional drivers. Today, the Bank of England will announce its decision on a key interest rate. The Central Bank of Japan has maintained the basic parameters of monetary policy at the same level. We recommend you to pay attention to the statistical data from the United States. Open positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.12.18
Greenback is stable against currency majors. Demand for the GBP has weakened significantly. Today, investors will be watching the economic events in UK, Germany and Canada. Open positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.12.17
USD stabilized against major currency majors. Investors continue to monitor trade negotiations between the US and China, as well as the situation around Brexit. Today we expect important economic reports from the UK and the USA. Open positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.12.16
The majors demonstrate a variety of trends. Investors continue to monitor trade negotiations between Washington and Beijing. Demand for the GDP remains high after the victory of the ruling party in the UK elections. Today, investors will evaluate important releases on business activity in Germany, the EU and the UK. Open positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.12.13
Trading activity and volatility has grown across the majors. ECB kept the monetary policy parameters at the same levels. Open positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.12.12
The USD fell against a basket of major currencies after the Fed's decision on the interest rate and its further statements. At the moment, the technical pattern is ambiguous. Investors are watching parliamentary elections in the UK. Open positions from key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.12.11
The technical pattern is inconsistent for the major currencies. An optimistic UK economy report was published yesterday. Today we expect a decision on the US interest rate from Fed. Open positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.12.10
The majors are consolidating, the technical pattern is ambiguous. Investors are waiting for additional drivers. Open positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.12.09
On Friday, the USD strengthened due to the publication of optimistic economic data. Today, the majors are consolidating. Open positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.12.06
There is a variety of trends among majors yet no defined ones. Investors expect important reports from US and Canada. Open positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.12.05
USD has weakened significantly against a basket of major currencies. The USD is under pressure from weak economic data and an unclear situation around US-China trade relations. We recommend keeping track of current news. Open positions from key marks.
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The Forecast  – 2019.12.04
The US dollar weakened against a basket of major currencies after statements by D. Trump regarding the US-China trade agreement. We expect important economic statistics from the UK, USA and Canada. Positions should be opened from key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.12.03
The USD weakened against a basket of currencies after the publication of weak economic statistics. We recommend that you keep track of the up-to-date information regarding US-China trade relations, as well as Brexit news. Open positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.12.02
On Friday, a variety of trends was observed in the foreign exchange markets. Relations between China and the US have become more complicated due to the recent actions of D. Trump. The signing of an interim agreement is not as likely. We recommend you to keep track of current information on this issue and open positions from key marks.
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The Forecast  – 2019.11.29
The majors are consolidating. The China/US relationship is in the spotlight. We expect important reports from EU and Canada. Open positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.11.28
Major currency pairs show a variety of trends. The United States has published a number of controversial economic releases. Today, volatility may be reduced as US financial markets are closed due to Thanksgiving. We recommend opening positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.11.27
Currency majors are consolidated. Investors continue to monitor trade negotiations between Washington and Beijing. Today we expect the publication of important economic releases from the United States. We recommend opening positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.11.26
Currency majors show a variety of trends. Investors expect additional drivers. The spotlight is on trade negotiations between Washington and Beijing. We are expecting important economic releases from the USA. Open positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.11.25
Major currency pairs show a variety of trends. Demand for safe haven currencies has weakened amid positive news on the settlement of the trade conflict between Washington and Beijing. Today we expect important reports from Germany. Open positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.11.22
Majors show а variety of trends. Financial market participants continue to monitor the situation around US-China trade negotiations. We expect data on business activity in Germany, the eurozone and the UK. Open positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.11.21
Major currency pairs have stabilized. According to the FOMC Minutes, the Fed will not need to further reduce its key interest rate. Demand for quiet harbor currencies remains at a fairly high level. We look forward to the publication of important economic releases. Open positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.11.20
USD stabilized against its main competitors before the publication of the FOMC Ьштгеуы. Pressure on CAD is exerted by the negative dynamics of oil prices. Demand for safe haven currencies remains at a fairly high level. We also recommend paying attention to economic releases from Canada. Open positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.11.19
The euro and the pound continued to grow relative to the US currency. USD remains under pressure due to the uncertainty in the settlement of the trade conflict between the US and China. A demand for save haven currencies has resumed. We are waiting for reports on the real estate market in the United States. Open positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.11.18
The US dollar is losing ground relative to major competitors. Sentiments in the financial markets improved amid optimistic news on the settlement of the trade conflict between Washington and Beijing. Investors expect up-to-date information regarding the Brexit process. Today the news background is calm. We recommend opening positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.11.15
Currency majors demonstrate a variety of trends. Investors expect up-to-date information regarding the trade agreement between Washington and Beijing, as well as the Brexit process. Today, important economic releases from the EU and the United States will be published. Open positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.11.14
The US dollar continued to grow relative to its main competitors. The majors are currently consolidating. Demand for currencies of the safe haven has resumed. Today, investors will evaluate important economic releases from the UK and the USA. Open positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.11.13
The USD has stabilized against currency majors. Financial market participants continue to monitor the settlement of the trade conflict between Washington and Beijing. Today we expect important economic reports from the UK and the USA. We recommend opening positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.11.12
Majors show a variety of trends. Investors expect additional drivers. Demand for the GBP has grown significantly. Today, financial market participants will evaluate important economic releases from the UK and Germany. Open positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.11.11
Last week, the USD significantly strengthened relative to its main competitors. At the moment, currency majors have stabilized. Uncertainty regarding the settlement of the trade conflict between Washington and Beijing has resumed, which has caused an increase in demand for the safe haven currencies. Today, investors will evaluate important economic releases from the UK. Open positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.11.08
Greenback continued its growth relative to its main competitors. Demand for the American currency remains at a high level against the backdrop of the prospects for resolving the trade conflict between the United States and China. The Bank of England, as expected, kept the key interest rate unchanged. We are expecting important economic releases from Canada. Open positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.11.07
EUR and the GBP are losing ground against the USD. Investors continue to monitor the settlement of the trade conflict between US and China. Demand for safe haven currencies remains at a fairly low level. Attention is focused on the Bank of England meeting. Open positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.11.06
The USD has strengthened significantly in relation to its main competitors. The demand for it rose amid growing prospects for a settlement of the trade conflict between Washington and Beijing. An additional support for the US currency was provided by a positive PMI report on the US non-manufacturing sector from ISM. The USD index can grow further. Open positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.11.05
The USD has strengthened its position against of world currencies. The demand for USD resumed amid optimism in resolving the trade conflict between Washington and Beijing in the near future. Today, investors will evaluate important economic releases from the UK and the USA. We recommend opening positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.11.04
Last week, the greenback weakened against a basket of world currencies. The USD index completed the trading session in the red. The United States published a mixed labor report for October. Investors continue to monitor trade negotiations between Washington and Beijing. Today we expect important economic releases from Germany and the UK.
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The Forecast  – 2019.11.01
Major currency pairs have stabilized. Investors took a wait and see attitude before the publication of the US labor market report for October. Experts expect deterioration in key indicators. We recommend that you pay attention to the difference between actual and forecast values. Open positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.10.31
The USD has weakened against a basket of world currencies. The Fed, as expected, lowered its key interest rate range by 25 basis points to 1.50-1.75%. The central banks of Canada and Japan kept the basic parameters of monetary policy at the same level. Regulators worsened forecasts for GDP growth and inflation. Today, investors will evaluate important economic releases from the EU and the United States. Open positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.10.30
Greenback is stable against a basket of world currencies. Investors took a wait and see attitude before the meetings of the Bank of Canada and the Fed. Pay attention to the comments and rhetorics of the Central Bank representatives. Consider today's economic releases and open positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.10.29
Major currency pairs show a variety of trends. Investors are waiting for new information regarding the settlement of the trade conflict between Washington and Beijing, the Brexit process, and the Fed meeting. Today, financial market participants will evaluate important economic reports from the United States. Open positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.10.28
Last week, the USD recovered a part of its losses against majors. Beijing and Washington said they are close to completing the first phase of the trade agreement. Investors are waiting for the Fed meeting, which is scheduled for October 30. Today, the news feed is calm. Open positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.10.25
The majors are showing a variety of trends. The ECB has kept the key parameters of monetary policy the same. Expecting important reports from Germany. You should open positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.10.24
Majors show a variety of trends. The ECB meeting is in the spotlight. Investors will evaluate reports from EU, US and Germany.
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The Forecast  – 2019.10.23
USD has strengthened its position against a basket of world currencies. Investors began to partially fix positions on the EUR before the ECB meeting. Prospects for resolving the trade conflict between Washington and Beijing support USD. We recommend keeping an eye on the Brexit issue. Open positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.10.22
USD has stabilized against a basket of world currencies. Demand for the US dollar resumed amid the prospects for a settlement of the trade conflict between Washington and Beijing. Participants in financial markets expect the results of the vote on the Brexit project. Today, investors will evaluate important economic reports from Canada and the United States. Open positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.10.21
USD keeps losing positions against other majors. GBP has stabilised. The market participants are waiting for new data regarding Brexit. The economic news feed is calm. Open positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.10.18
EUR and CAD continued to grow against the US dollar. EU representatives and UK parliamentarians have agreed on the Brexit deal. Investors are waiting for the EU summit, at which the lawmakers must approve this agreement. We also recommend you to pay attention to the speeches of FOMC representatives and open positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.10.17
USD continues to lose ground relative to world currencies. Investors are waiting for new information on the settlement of the US/China trade conflict. GBP has stabilized after a significant rally. Today, financial market participants will evaluate important economic releases from the UK and the USA. Positions must be opened from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.10.16
EUR and CAD show mixed results relative to USD. GBP hit $1.28 after optimistic Brexit news came out. Trade negotiations between Washington and Beijing remain in the spotlight. We look forward to the publication of important reports. Open positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.10.15
Major currency pairs have stabilized. Investors are waiting for new information regarding trade negotiations between the US and China. Optimism over the settlement of the Brexit process began to weaken. Today we expect important economic reports from the UK and Germany. Open positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.10.11
The USD index ended the trading session in the red. The demand for risky assets grew amid hopes for an interim trade agreement between Washington and Beijing and a settlement of the Brexit process. We are expecting important reports from Canada. Open positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.10.10
Majors are showing a variety of trends. The market participants are evaluating the FOMC Minutes. Brexit and US/China negotiations are in the spotlight.
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The Forecast  – 2019.10.09
Majors demonstrate a variety of trends. The trade conflict between the US and China, as well as the situation around Brexit remain in the spotlight. Today, investors will evaluate the FOMC Minutes, which may indicate the further rate of adjustment of the Fed's monetary policy. We recommend opening positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.10.08
Majors show a variety of trends. Investors continue to monitor a possible impeachment of the US president, the situation around Brexit, and US/China negotiations. Today we expect important economic releases from the USA. Positions must be opened from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.10.07
The majors are consolidating. The market participants are evaluating the US labour market report for September.
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The Forecast  – 2019.10.04
The US dollar stabilized against currency majors. The dollar index can decline further. Expect a report on the US labor market in September.
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The Forecast  – 2019.10.03
The USD continued to lose ground relative to currency majors, the pressure is exerted by weak economic releases from the USA. GBP is under pressure.
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The Forecast  – 2019.10.02
USD weakened against a basket of world currencies after the release of weak statistics. Today, investors will evaluate reports on US labour market.
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The Forecast  – 2019.10.01
EUR continues to lose ground against the US dollar, the quotes have reached a minimum since May 2017. Market participants expect reports from EU.
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The Forecast  – 2019.09.30
The US dollar continues to hold positions relative to a basket of world currencies. The dollar index is consolidating near annual highs.
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The Forecast  – 2019.09.27
Major currency pairs show multidirectional dynamics. The euro reached annual lows relative to the USD. The trade conflict between Washington and Beijing, as well as the situation around Brexit, remain in the spotlight. Today we expect the publication of important statistics on the US economy. We recommend opening positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.09.26
The US dollar strengthened against a basket of world currencies. The dollar index reached two-week highs. Investors monitor political instability in the US and the UK. We expect important reports from the US. Open positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.09.25
Majors show mixed results. Trade negotiations between the US and China, as well as the situation around Brexit, remain in the spotlight. Today, investors will evaluate statistics on the real estate market in the United States. Positions must be opened from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.09.24
EUR remains under pressure due to weak EU economic reports. The investors are fixing the GBP positions. USD/JPY set the new local minimums.
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The Forecast  – 2019.09.23
The majors are showing show a variety of trends. The US/China conflict and Brexit remain in the spotlight. The EU published important reports.
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The Forecast  – 2019.09.18
The majors are consolidating. The market participats are waiting for the Fed meeting. Expect the regulator to lower the interest rate to 1,75-2,00%. Investors will evaluate reports from UK, EU and Canada. Open positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.09.17
Majors are showing a variety of trends. The investors are waiting for additional drivers. The demand for the commodity currencies remains high.
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The Forecast  – 2019.09.16
Majors show a variety of trends. The demand demand for commodity currencies grew significantly amid a sharp rally of oil quotes.
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The Forecast  – 2019.09.13
ECB softened the monetary policy. The investors are waiting on more info about the Brexit delay. Expect important reports from the US.
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The Forecast  – 2019.09.12
USD recovered against other majors. The market participants are waiting for the ECB meeting.
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The Forecast  – 2019.09.11
The dollar index is consolidating near local lows. Majors demonstrate a variety of trends. The yen hit 5-week lows against the USD. Today, investors will evaluate economic data from the United States. We recommend opening positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.09.10
Foreign currency majors show multidirectional dynamics relative to the US dollar. GBP hit two-month highs amid positive economic releases.
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The Forecast  – 2019.09.09
Majors are showing a variety of trends. The US published a mixed labour market report. The investors are watching the US/China negotiations. Expect important reports from the UK and open positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.09.06
USD stabilized against majors. The market pariticipants are waiting for the US and Canada labour market report. A possible Brexit delay supports the pound. Investors keep watching the US/China trading conflict. You should open positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.09.04
The USD retreated from the local maximums but can correct further. The worries about hard Brexit are lessened. The Bank of Canada meeting is in the spotlight. You should open positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.09.03
EUR and GBP are losing ground against the USD. Brexit remains in the spotlight. Today, investors will evaluate releases from the UK and the USA. We recommend opening positions from key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.09.02
USD strengthened against the basket of the world currencies. The majors are consolidating. The market participants are watching the US/China conflict.
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The Forecast  – 2019.08.30
USD strengthened again in relation to majors. Demand for safe assets has weakened amid optimism in international trade.
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The Forecast  – 2019.08.29
Majors are consolidating. There is no defined trend. Demand for the safe assets remain at a fairly high level. Today, investors will evaluate important economic reports from Germany and the United States. Positions must be opened from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.08.23
Majors are consolidating. Participants in financial markets are waiting for today's speech by Fed Chairman Jerome Powell at the Jackson Hall Symposium
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The Forecast  – 2019.08.22
Currency majors are consolidating. According to the FOMC protocols, further adjustment of the monetary policy of the Fed will be determined soon.
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The Forecast  – 2019.08.21
The USD retreated from local highs. Currently, the main currency pairs are consolidating. Investors expect the publication of FOMC protocols.
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The Forecast  – 2019.08.20
USD holds the three-week maximums. The majors are consolidating. The investors are waiting for additional drivers. The news feed remains calm.
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The Forecast  – 2019.08.19
Currency majors show a variety of trends. Investors expect additional drivers. Demand for "safe" assets has weakened. Today, financial market participants will assess data on inflation in the Eurozone. Positions should be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.08.16
Currency majors show a variety of trends. The demand for greenback has risen after positive economic releases. Today, financial market participants will assess statistics on the real estate market in the US. We recommend opening positions from key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.08.15
Currency majors show a variety of trends. Financial market participants are concerned about a possible inversion of the yield curve of US government bonds. We expect publication of important economic releases from the UK and the US. Positions should be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.08.14
The US dollar has strengthened again relative to a basket of world currencies. Positive inflation data in the US supported the greenback. Currency majors are currently consolidating. We expect important statistics from the UK. We recommend opening positions from key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.08.13
There is an ambiguous technical pattern on the currency majors. Investors expect additional drivers. The demand for "safe" assets is still at a fairly high level. Today we expect important statistics from the UK, Germany and the US. We recommend opening positions from key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.08.12
The majors show a variety of trends. GBP hit the two-year lows. Demand for "safe" assets remains at a high level amid an escalation of the trade conflict between the US and China.
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The Forecast  – 2019.08.09
The majors show different dynamics. Investors continue to monitor the trade conflict between the US and China, as well as the situation around Brexit. Today we expect the publication of important economic releases from the UK, Canada and the USA. We recommend opening positions from key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.08.08
The majors are consolidating. There is no defined trend. The financial market participants are waiting for additonal drivers. The US/China trading conflict remains in the spotlight, as does the Brexit ambiguousness. Open positions from the key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.08.07
The majors are showing a variety of trends. The investors are waiting for additional drivers. The US/China trading conflict remains in the spotlight.
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The Forecast  – 2019.08.06
The dollar index went down. Some investors began to fix their positions. The US currency can decline further. The US/China conflict remains in the spotlight. You should open positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.08.05
The majors are consolidating. The US published an ambiguous labour market report for July. The demand for safe assets remains high due to the US/China trade conflict. We expect important releases on business activity from Germany, UK and the US. You should open positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.08.02
Majors are condolidating. The US labour market report is in the spotlight. Bank of England retained the interest rates and worsened the forecasts.
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The Forecast  – 2019.08.01
The demand for USD has grown after the Fed meeting and the instrument updated the two-year maximums. The price can rise further.
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The Forecast  – 2019.07.31
Majors are consolidating. Investors are awaiting the Fed's interest rate decision, as well as the release of important economic reports.
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The Forecast  – 2019.07.30
The majors show multiple trends. Investors are waiting for the Fed meeting. GBP is still under pressure due to the growing risks of hard Brexit. GBP/USD quotes hit two-year lows. The Bank of Japan left the main parameters of the monetary policy unchanged. We recommend to open positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.07.29
USD updated 2-month maximums. The investors are waiting for the Fed meeting and the US labour market report. GBP remains under pressure.
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The Forecast  – 2019.07.26
ECB kept the monetary policy. The investors are evaluating the comments by Mario Draghi. A hard Brexit possibility puts pressure on the GBP. USD/CAD and USD/JPY updated the local maximums. The US will release a GDP report today. Open positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.07.25
Majors have a variety of trends. The ECB meeting is in the spotlight. Keep an eye on the comments by the bank representatives.
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The Forecast  – 2019.07.24
EUR remains under pressure, the quotes hit a two-month low. Investors continue to monitor the situation around Brexit.
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The Forecast  – 2019.07.23
The USD strengthened against majors. Financial market participants started to doubt that the Fed will reduce the interest rate at the next meeting.
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The Forecast  – 2019.07.18
The US dollar has weakened against currency majors. The decline in government bond yields and weak data on the US real estate market put pressure on the greenback. Investors expect important economic releases from the UK and the USA.
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The Forecast  – 2019.07.17
USD strengthened against the majors. The USD is supported by the positive reports on the retail sales and can grow further.
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The Forecast  – 2019.07.16
Majors show an ambiguous technical picture. The market is waiting for additional drivers. The investors will review some important releases today.
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The Forecast  – 2019.07.15
Majors are consolidating. The technical picture is ambiguous. The investors are waiting for additionial drivers.
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The Forecast  – 2019.07.12
The majors have stabilized. The market participants are waiting for additional drivers. Today the investors will evaluate reports from the US.
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The Forecast  – 2019.07.11
USD weakened after comments by Jerome Powell and may decline further. The official had shown the willingness to reduce rates.
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The Forecast  – 2019.07.10
The majors are consolidating. The investors are evaluating the FOMC Minutes. Keep an eye on reports from UK and open positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.07.09
EUR/USD stabilized, GBP remains under pressure due Brexit. CAD and JPY are losing positions. Keep an eye on the Head of Fed`s speech.
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The Forecast  – 2019.07.08
USD strengthened against other majors after a positive labour market report in the US, and can grow further. The newsfeed is calm.
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The Forecast  – 2019.07.05
The majors are consolidating, the US labour market report is in the spotlight. Keep an eye on the difference between expected and real data.
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The Forecast  – 2019.07.04
Majors are consolidating. Investors are waiting for additional drivers. Today, trading activity may be reduced due to the Independence Day in the US. Open positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.07.03
The majors show a variety of trends. The financial market participants expect the release of important statistics. Open positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.07.02
The USD strengthened against the majors and has a potential for further growth. Today we expect important statistics from the UK.
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The Forecast  – 2019.07.01
The main currency pairs show a variety of trends. Look out for releases from Germany, UK and USA.
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The Forecast  – 2019.06.27
Majors demonstrate multidirectional dynamics with respect to the USD. Investors took a wait-and-see approach to the G20 summit.
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The Forecast  – 2019.06.26
The USD recovered some of its losses and can correct further. The majors are consolidating. Expect important statistics from the United States.
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The Forecast  – 2019.06.25
The majors are consolidating after a long rally. A technical correctio is possible soon. The investors are waiting for the G20.
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The Forecast  – 2019.06.24
Majors have significantly strengthened against the USD, which remains under pressure after the Fed meeting and can decline further.
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The Forecast  – 2019.06.21
The majors are consolidating after a rapid rally. The USD is under pressure due to Fed`s rhetorics. The USD index can descend further.
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The Forecast  – 2019.06.20
The USD index fell due to pressure from the Federal Reserve meeting. The investors are waiting for the Bank of England to announce the interest rate.
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The Forecast  – 2019.06.19
The majors are consolidating. The Federal Reserve meeting is in the spotlight. Keep an eye on the comments by the FOMC representatives.
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The Forecast  – 2019.06.18
USD has stabilized against other majors before the Federal Reserve meeting. GBP is under pressure due to hard Brexit.
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The Forecast  – 2019.06.14
The majors have an ambiguous technical picture. USD remains under pressure. Wait for a retail sales report from the US.
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The Forecast  – 2019.06.12
Majors are still consolidating. Growing expectations of lower interest rates by the Fed is putting pressure on the greenback. We recommend paying attention to the report on inflation in the United States. Positions must be opened from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.06.11
The majors are consolidating. The technical picture is ambiguous. The USD is under pressure, the investors are watching the China/US conflict.
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The Forecast  – 2019.06.10
USD kept losing positions against the majors and can descend further. The demand is weakened due to a weak May labour market report.
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The Forecast  – 2019.06.07
The ECB kept the monetary policy without changes. The majors are consolidating. The US and Canada labour market reports are in the spotlight.
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The Forecast  – 2019.06.06
USD recovered after positive business activity reports in the non-industrial sector. The ECB meeting is in the spotlight.
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The Forecast  – 2019.06.05
The USD is consolidating near the key minimums. FRS is highly likely to decrease the key rates this year. Open positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.06.04
The USD weakened against the basket of world currencies. The demand for USD lowered due to the FOMC comments. The USD index can descend further.
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The Forecast  – 2019.06.03
USD weakened against the majors. The trading conflict escalation is in the spotlight. The demand for the safe assets remains high.
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The Forecast  – 2019.05.31
The majors have stabilized. The tension in the world trade supports the safe assets. We expect important releases from the Canada and the US.
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The Forecast  – 2019.05.30
USD strengthened against the majors. The trade war escalation is in the spotlight. The investors are waiting for the economic reports from the US.
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The Forecast  – 2019.05.29
The demand for risky assets is weakened. Majors are consolidating. Today we expect new Canadian key interest rate and a German labour market report.
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The Forecast  – 2019.05.28
The main currency pairs are consolidating. The investors are waiting for additional drivers. The USD index has prospects for a further correction.
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The Forecast  – 2019.05.27
The USD index (#DX) updated the local minimums again. The demand for the USD is weakened. The prospects for further correction remain.
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The Forecast  – 2019.05.24
USD started to descend. The further correction remains possible. The trading conflict and loss of bonds` yield put pressure on the USD.
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The Forecast  – 2019.05.23
The USD index is testing the annual maximums. The demand for USD remains high. The investors are expecting important releases today.
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The Forecast  – 2019.05.22
USD keeps showing a positive trend. The prospects for growth remain. The market participants are waiting for the FOMC Minutes.
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The Forecast  – 2019.05.21
USD holds positions against majors and has prospects for further growth. The market participants are evaluating the reports from the UK and the US.
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The Forecast  – 2019.05.20
USD reached two-year maximums regarding world currencies. The prospects for further growth remain. The investors are evaluating the FOMC`s statements.
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The Forecast  – 2019.05.17
The USD strengthened against the majors and has prospects for growth. The market participants are waiting for additional drivers.
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The Forecast  – 2019.05.16
The technical picture is ambiguous. The USD is consolidating. The investors are waiting for important economic reports from the US. You should open positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.05.15
USD partially recovered against other majors. The market participants are waiting for relevant intel regarding the US/China negotiations.
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The Forecast  – 2019.05.14
The US/China trade war remains in the spotlight. The majors are consolidating. Expect important releases from Germany and EU.
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The Forecast  – 2019.05.13
The majors are moving sideways. The market participants are waiting for new drivers. Keep an eye on the intel regarding the US/China negotiations.
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The Forecast  – 2019.05.10
The majors are consolidating. The market participants are expecting the resolution to the US/China trade deal as well as important economic releases.
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The Forecast  – 2019.05.08
The major currencies are consolidating. In the spotlight are the US/China trading negotiations, as well as the latest ECB meeting protocol.
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The Forecast  – 2019.05.07
USD remains under pressure. The major currency pairs are consolidating. The demand for safe assets remains high due to the US/China trade conflict.
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The Forecast  – 2019.05.06
USD retreated from the local maximums. The investors are evaluating the US Labour market reports. The US/China trading conflict is in the foreground once more.
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The Forecast  – 2019.05.03
Demand for USD remains high. The USD index can grow further. The majors are consolidating before the US April Labour Market report.
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The Forecast  – 2019.05.02
Demand for USD has grown after the Federal Reserve comments. Right now the majors are consolidating. The Bank of England meeting is in the spotlight.
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The Forecast  – 2019.04.26
The USD index is testing the 2-year maximums. The market participants are waiting for the US GDP report for 2019. The majors are consolidating.
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The Forecast  – 2019.04.25
USD grew against other majors. The tendency to further growth remains. The weak reports from Germany hurt the EUR.
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The Forecast  – 2019.04.24
USD strengthened against major currencies. The demand for it remains high. The Bank of Canada's meeting is in the spotlight today.
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The Forecast  – 2019.04.23
USD is being traded without trends. Demand for the commodity currencies remains. Today, expect the US real estate report and open positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.04.22
The majors are consolidating. The trading volume is lowered due to the Easter holidays. The investors are evaluating the real estate market in the US.
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The Forecast  – 2019.04.19
The demand for USD growth after positive releases. GBP has stabilised next to 1.30 USD. Today the trading activity will be lowered due to holidays.
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The Forecast  – 2019.04.18
The trading activity and volatility on the major currencies have lowered before the holidays. Investors are waiting for important economic releases.
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The Forecast  – 2019.04.17
The major currencies are showing a variety of trends. The EUR is weak after the comments from the ECB officials. The Brexit remains ambiguous.
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The Forecast  – 2019.04.16
Currency majors are being traded steadily. Donald Trump criticized the Fed's policy again, which puts additional pressure on the US dollar. Investors expect important economic releases. We recommend opening positions from key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.04.15
The majors are consolidating as the traders await additional drivers. The demand for risky assets is high. Open positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.04.12
The demand for USD has grown after optimistic economic releases. The ambiguousness around Brexit remains. USD/JPY set new monthly maximums.
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The Forecast  – 2019.04.11
Investors are evaluating the ECB meeting and FOMC Minutes. The majors are consolidating. Brexit has been posptoned. Open positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.04.10
The major currecies are consolidating. The investors are waiting for the ECB meeting, the EU summit and the FOMC minutes.
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The Forecast  – 2019.04.09
USD shows a negative trend against the competition. Brexit and the US\China trading negotiations remain in the spotlight. The oil market is bullish which supports currencies based on raw resources. Open the positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.04.08
The major currencies are consolidating. The technical picture is ambiguous. The investors are evaluating the US reports for March. The political events remain in the spotlight. Open the positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.04.05
The investors are waiting for the US Labour Market report. USD is supported by the productive US/China negotiations. Brexit remains in the spotlight.
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The Forecast  – 2019.04.04
USD is weakened against the world currencies due to weak economic releases. The demand on the risky assets fell. The investors are watching Brexit.
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The Forecast  – 2019.04.03
USD started to descend against other currencies. The US/China negotiations are in the spotlight. The demand on GBP has grown. Expect important economic releases.
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The Forecast  – 2019.04.02
The USD index is testing the local maximums. The demand for USD fell after ambiguous economic releases. The investors expect more news about Brexit.
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The Forecast  – 2019.04.01
The USD index holds the local maximums. The majors are consolidating. The financial market participants are waiting for important economic releases.
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The Forecast  – 2019.03.29
The demand for USD remains despite the weak economic reports. The major currencies are consolidating. The Brexit situation remains in the spotlight.
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The Forecast  – 2019.03.28
The USD updated the weekly maximums. GBP remains under pressure due to Brexit ambiguousness. Investors are waiting for important economic releases.
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The Forecast  – 2019.03.27
USD strengthened against the major currency. The Brexit situation remains in the spotlight. The newsfeed is calm today.
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The Forecast  – 2019.03.26
The major currencies have stabilized. Brexit remains in the spotlight. Keep an eye on the economic releases and the US Treasury bonds` yield.
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The Forecast  – 2019.03.25
The major currencies are showing an ambiguous dynamic. The demand for the safe assets grows. The financial market participants are watching Brexit.
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The Forecast  – 2019.03.22
The USD index started to grow and can recover further. GBP is under pressure due to Brexit. You should expect important economic releases today.
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The Forecast  – 2019.03.21
USD fell due to Federal Reserve`s statements and can fall further. GBP under pressure due to Brexit. The demand for JPY grew rapidly.
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The Forecast  – 2019.03.20
The major currencies are consolidating. Federal Reserve meeting is in the spotlight. Keep an eye on the new FOMC forecasts and open positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.03.19
The USD index holds the two-week minimums before the Federal Reserve meeting. The Brexit conundrum remains in the spotlight.
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The Forecast  – 2019.03.18
USD was weakened on Friday. This week the investors will be watching Brexit and Central Bank meetings. Prices on oil retreated from local maximums.
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The Forecast  – 2019.03.15
The UK voted to postpone Brexit. The USD stregthened despite weak economic reports. Japan kept the key interest rate. Price on oil are growing.
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The Forecast  – 2019.03.14
The USD index updated the local minimums due to weak economic releases. The demand for GBP has grown after the Brexit vote in the UK Parliament.
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The Forecast  – 2019.03.13
The UK refused the new Brexit agreement. GBP remains under pressure, volatility reached maximums since June 2016. The USD updated the local minimums.
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The Forecast  – 2019.03.12
USD is testing the local minimums. Investors are watching the Brexit vote and the US inflation report. You should open positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.03.11
USD retreated from extremums after the ambiguous US Labour Market report. Correction prospects remain. The investors await the US retail sales report.
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The Forecast  – 2019.03.07
USD holds the local maximums. The major currencies are consolidating before the CBE meeting. CAD is falling after the the Bank of Canada's comments.
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The Forecast  – 2019.03.06
USD strengthened against the world currencies with further growth prospects. The traders are waiting for the Bank of Canada decision on interest rate.
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The Forecast  – 2019.03.05
The USD closed in the green. The demand for USD is high. Reports from the UK, US, and Canada are in the spotlight. Open positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.03.04
USD shows a positive trend. The demand for the american currency is high. Brexit and the US/China negotiations are in the spotlight.
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The Forecast  – 2019.03.01
The USD index is showing a positive trend. The yen is weakened against the USD. The market participants are waiting for economic reports. You should open positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.02.28
The major currencies are consolidating. The investors are evaluating the news feed. Preliminary GBP report from the US is in the spotlight. You should open positions from the key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.02.27
USD keeps losing positions against other majors. The investors are evalulating Jerome Powell's statements. We expect reports from US and Canada.
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The Forecast  – 2019.02.26
Demand for risky assets grows. Falling oil futures pressure on the CAD. Check out statements by the Head of Federal Reserve and reports from the US.
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The Forecast  – 2019.02.25
The major currencies are consolidating. The investors are waiting for addtional drivers. USD/CAD quotes are showing a negative trend.
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The Forecast  – 2019.02.22
The majors are moving in a flat. The market participants are waiting for new drivers. The reports from the US, Canada and EU are in the spotlight.
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The Forecast  – 2019.02.21
The majors are consolidating. The investors are evaluating the FOMC Minutes. We are waiting for reports from the US and the EU.
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The Forecast  – 2019.02.20
USD weakened against the majors. The investors are waiting for the FOMC Minutes. GBP updated the key maximums. JPY remains under pressure.
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The Forecast  – 2019.02.19
Major currencies are consolidating. The investors are waiting for reports from the UK and Germany. You should open positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.02.18
The USD index retreated from local maximums. The majors are consolidating. The investors are waiting for additional drivers. You should open positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.02.15
The majors are consolidating. The demand for JPY is growing. Keep an eye on the US/China negotiations, and check out reports from the UK and the US.
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The Forecast  – 2019.02.14
USD retains its positive trend. The investors are waiting for reports from the EU and the US, as well as new intel regarding the US/China trading conflict.
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The Forecast  – 2019.02.13
USD index retreated from monthly maximums. The demand for high-risk assets is back. The investors are watching the US/China trading negotiations.
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The Forecast  – 2019.02.12
The demand for USD remains at the high level. The USD index has prospects for growth. The investors are watching the US/China negotiations closely.
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The Forecast  – 2019.02.11
The USD is testing the monthly maximums. The Washington/Beijing negotiations are in the spotlight. The investors are waiting for reports from the UK.
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The Forecast  – 2019.02.08
USD updated the local maximums. The prospects for growth remain. The Bank of England kept the monetary policy at the same levels. We expect reports from China. You should open positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.02.07
The demand for USD remains. The USD index has good growth prospects. The Bank of England meeting on key interest rate is in the spotlight.
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The Forecast  – 2019.02.06
The USD index shows a positive trend. The prospects for growth remain. The investors are waiting for the reports from the US.
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The Forecast  – 2019.02.05
The demand for USD is growing. The major currencies are consolidating. We are expecting the economic reports. Open the positons from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.02.04
On Friday the major currencies shown mixed results as the investors evaluated the US Labour Market report. The UK reports are in the spotlight today.
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The Forecast  – 2019.02.01
The US labour market report is in the spotlight. The major currencies are consolidating. You should open positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.01.31
The demand for the USD is weakened after the Fed meeting. The USD index has downward prospects. We are waiting for the important economic reports.
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The Forecast  – 2019.01.30
The major currecies are consolidating. Federal Reserve meeting is in the spotlight. GBP remains under pressure due to Brexit ambiguousness.
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The Forecast  – 2019.01.29
The major currency pairs are consolidating. Brexit vote is in the spotlight. Keep an eye on the US news feed and open postions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.01.28
USD is weakened against the other major currencies. Political conflict is ongoing in the White House. You should open positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.01.25
The major currencies are in a variety of trends. EUR is weakened after the ECB decision on the key interest rate. Consider entering the market from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.01.24
The USD is weakened against the basket of major currencies. We expect important reports from the US. Consider opening postions from the key resistance and support levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.01.23
The major currencies are showing a cariety of trends. Canada will publish the basis retail sales index today. You should open positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.01.22
The majors are in an ambiguous state. The investors are waiting for the economic reports from the EU, UK and the US. Positions should be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.01.21
There is a variety of trends among the majors. The US financial markets are closed due to the Martin Luther King day. You should open positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.01.18
The major currencies are in a variety of trends. The investors are waiting for the reports from the UK, Canada and the US. You should open positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.01.17
The major currencies are showing a variety of trends. We expect reports from the EU and the US. Consider entering the market at the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.01.16
Major currencies are showing a variety of trends. The investors are evaluating the Brexit vote. You should open positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.01.15
The majors are being traded in a flat. The investors are waiting for additional drivers. Tonight the attention will be focused on Brexit. You should search for market entry points at the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.01.14
The major currencies have a variety of trends. The investors are waiting for the additional drivers. You should look for the market entry points from the key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.01.11
The major currencies are consolidating. The USD remains under pressure. The reports from the UK and the US are in the spotlight. You should open positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.01.10
The demand for the USD is weakened after the FOMC Minutes. The USD index has a tendency to descend. We expect important economic reports. Positions should be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.01.09
The major currencies are consolidating. The Bank of Canada and the FOMC Minutes are in the spotlight. The investors are waiting for the relevant reports regarding the US/China trading conflict. Positions should be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.01.08
The USD index is showing a negative trend. The demand for safe assets remains high. You should keep an eye on the US News Feeds. You should open positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.01.04
The major currencies recovered the majority of their losses. The demand for the yen grows. The investors are waiting for important economic reports. Positions should be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.01.03
The USD grew against the other major currencies. The demand for safe-haven currencies growth. We expect important reports from the US. You should open positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2019.01.02
The major currencies are consolidating. Investors are waiting for the important reports from the EU and UK. The demand for the yen is high. Positions should be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.12.28
The USD index shows a negative trend. The downward movement remains. We expect reports on the US real estate market. Positions should be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.12.27
The major currencies are consolidating. The investors expect essential reports from the US. The USD/JPY quotes are recovering after a long fall. Positions should be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.12.26
The USD has a negative trend. There is a possibility of further descend. The trading activity and volatility have lowered due to holidays. Positions should be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.12.21
The USD shows a negative trend and can descend further. The investors expect reports from the UK and the US. Positions should be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.12.20
The USD index started to descend. The investors are evaluating the Federal Reserve meeting. The Bank of Japan kept the basic parameters of the monetary policy. Important reports are expected. Positions should be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.12.19
The major currencies are consolidating before the Federal Reserve meeting. You should keep an eye on the economic reports from the UK and Canada. Positions should be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.12.18
The USD retreated from the annual maximums. The major currencies are consolidating before the Federal Reserve meeting. The demand for yen has grown. You should open positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.12.17
The demand for USD remains. The major currencies are consolidating. Investors wait for the key Central Banks meetings. You should keep an eye on the EU inflation report.
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The Forecast  – 2018.12.14
The major currency pairs are consolidating. The financial market participants are waiting for important reports from the EU and the US. Positions should be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.12.13
The major currencies are showing a variety of trends. Investors are waiting for the ECB decision regarding the key interest rate. You should look for market entry points from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.12.12
USD is testing the monthly maximums. Prospects for growth remains. The US inflation report is in the spotlight. Investors expect new data regarding Brexit. Positions should be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.12.11
The USD strengthened against the major currencies. GDP is under pressure due to the Brexit conundrum. Important reports will be released today. Positions should be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.12.10
The major currencies are consolidating. The demand for the USD lowered. The reports from the UK and the US are in the spotlight. Positions should be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.12.07
Investors are waiting for the US Labour Market reports. The major currencies are consolidating. Positions should be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.12.06
The major currencies are showing an ambiguous technical picture. Investor are waiting for additional drivers. You should keep an eye on the US and Canadian news feed. Positions should be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.12.05
Currency majors show a variety of trends. The attention is focused on statistics from the UK and the decision of the Bank of Canada on the key interest rate. Positions must be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.12.04
The American currency shows negative dynamics. We expect important statistics from the UK. Positions must be opened from the key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.12.03
The major currencies are showing a variety of trends. Investors are waiting for the economic stats from the EU, UK and the US. Positions should be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.11.30
Currency majors are consolidating. Investors took a wait-and-see attitude before the G20 summit. Positions should be opened from the key marks.
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The Forecast  – 2018.11.29
USD is weakened against the basket of major currencies due to weak economic stats and statements by the head of the Federal Reserve. We are waiting for the FOMC Minutes publication. Positions should be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.11.28
The US dollar strengthened against a basket of major currencies. Investors expect economic reports from the United States. We recommend looking for entry points to the market from key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.11.27
The USD held against the basket of major currencies. Investors are focused on the trading conflict between the US and China. Positions should be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.11.26
The US dollar strengthened against a basket of major currencies. Investors assess Brexit news. We recommend looking for entry points to the market from the key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.11.23
GBP strengthened after the good news regarding the Brexit resolution. We expect important stats from Canada. Positions should be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.11.22
Currency majors are consolidating. US financial markets are closed due to Thanksgiving Day. Investors expect additional drivers. We recommend looking for entry points to the market from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.11.21
USD grew against the basket of major currencies. The upwards trend holds. The raw resource currencies remain under pressures. We expect important economic reports from the US.
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The Forecast  – 2018.11.20
The USD index updated the local minimums. The investors are waiting for new data regarding Brexit and important economic reports from the US. Positions should be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.11.19
USD quotes started to descend. The investors are evaluating the comments from Federal Reserve and the Brexit conundrum. Positions should be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.11.16
The major currencies are consolidating. The pound remains under pressure from the Brexit situation. We are expecting important economic stats. Positions should be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.11.15
The USD kept losing the positions against the major currencies. Brexit and important reports from Great Britain are in the spotlight. Positions should be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.11.14
The USD index retreated from the annual maximums. The major currencies are consolidating. Economic reports from Great Britain and the US are in the spotlight. Positions should be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.11.13
The major currency pairs are consolidating. A technical correction is possible soon. We expect important economic statistics from Great Britain and Germany. Positions should be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.11.12
The USD keeps strengthening against the basket of major currencies. The demand for the USD holds. The positions should be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.11.09
The dollar index closed in the positive zone. The Fed left interest rates unchanged. Investors expect statistics from the UK and the US. Positions must be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.11.08
The USD is weakened against the basket of major currencies. The investors are waiting for the Federal Reserve to determine the key interest rate. Positions should be opened from the key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.11.07
The US dollar fell slightly against a basket of major currencies before the Fed meeting. Investors expect a decision on the interest rate and comments by the Central Bank representatives. We recommend looking for entry points to the market from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.11.06
The major currencies are consolidating. The demand for GBP remains high. The investors are waiting for the US Congress Primaries. Positions should be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.11.05
There is a variety of trends on the currency majors. Demand for the US dollar is still high. Statistics from the UK and the US are in the focus of attention. Positions should be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.11.02
USD is weakened against the basket of other currencies. The British pound strengthened after positive news about Brexit. We expect a US Labour Market report today. Positions should be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.11.01
Currency majors have started to recover against the US dollar. Demand for the pound has grown significantly. The Bank of England meeting and important statistics from the US are in the focus attention. Positions should be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.10.31
The major currencies are consolidating. The investors are waiting for the important stats from Eurozone, USA and Canada. Positions should be opened from the key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.10.30
There is a variety of trends on currency majors. Financial market participants expect additional drivers. We recommend looking for entry points to the market from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.10.29
The major currencies are showing a variety of trends. The news feed is relatively calm. We recommend looking for market entry points from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.10.26
The dollar index has updated monthly highs again. The demand for the US currency is still high. Statistics from the US are in the focus of attention. We recommend opening positions from the key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.10.25
The dollar index is testing monthly highs. Demand for the US currency is still high. Bank of Canada raised the key interest rate. The ECB meeting and statistics from the US are in the focus of attention.
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The Forecast  – 2018.10.24
Currency majors are consolidating. Investors expect publication of important news from the US and Canada. Positions should be opened from the key marks.
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The Forecast  – 2018.10.23
Demand for the US currency is still high. The dollar index is testing monthly highs. Today, the news feed is calm. We recommend looking for entry points to the market from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.10.22
The US currency fell against a basket of major currencies. The news feed is calm. Investors expect additional drivers. We recommend looking for entry points to the market from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.10.19
The US currency strengthened against a basket of major currencies. We recommend paying attention to the news feed of Canada and the United States. Positions should be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.10.18
The US dollar strengthened against a basket of major currencies after the publication of the FOMC meeting minutes. We expect important statistics from the UK and the US. We recommend looking for entry points to the market from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.10.17
There is a variety of trends on currency majors. Investors have taken a wait-and-see attitude before publication of the FOMC meeting minutes. We recommend looking for entry points to the market from the key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.10.16
The dollar index is testing monthly lows. Investors expect news from the UK, Eurozone and the US. We recommend looking for entry points to the market from the key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.10.12
Currency majors are consolidating. The US dollar is under pressure. Today, the news feed is calm. We recommend opening positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.10.11
Currency majors show a variety of trends. Financial market participants expect important economic reports. We recommend opening positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.10.10
There is a variety of trends on currency majors. We expect important economic statistics from the UK and the US. Positions should be opened from the key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.10.09
The dollar index keeps the current levels. Currency majors are consolidating. Investors expect additional drivers. Positions should be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.10.08
Demand for the US dollar is still high. The news feed is fairly calm. Investors expect additional drivers. We recommend looking for entry points to the market from the key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.10.05
Currency majors are consolidating. Investors expect statistics on the labor market in the US and Canada. Positions should be opened from the key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.10.04
The US dollar shows positive dynamics. The potential for growth remains. Statistics from Canada is in the focus of attention. We recommend paying attention to the US government bonds yield. Positions should be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.10.03
Demand for the US dollar is still high. Investors expect important economic statistics from the UK and the US. Positions should be opened from the key marks.
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The Forecast  – 2018.10.02
The dollar index is testing monthly highs. Demand for the US currency is still high. Financial market participants expect additional drivers. We recommend opening positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.10.01
There is a variety of trends on currency majors. Investors expect additional drivers. We recommend looking for entry points to the market from the key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.09.28
The US currency strengthened against the majors. Today, we expect important statistics from the Eurozone, the UK and Canada. We recommend looking for entry points to the market from the key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.09.27
Financial markets participants assess the results of the Fed meeting. Demand for the American currency is still high. Economic reports from the US are in the focus of attention. Positions should be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.09.26
Currency majors are consolidating. Investors took a wait-and-see attitude before the Fed meeting. We recommend looking for entry points to the market from the key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.09.25
The dollar index keeps the current levels. Statistics from the US is in the focus of attention. The pound is under pressure. We recommend opening positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.09.24
The British pound weakened significantly against the US dollar. Investors expect the Fed's decision on the interest rate. We recommend looking for entry points to the market from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.09.21
The dollar index is declining. The demand for risky assets has grown significantly. Statistics on the economy of Canada and the Eurozone are in the focus of attention. Positions should be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.09.20
Currency majors are consolidating. Investors expect additional drivers. We recommend paying attention to the news feed of the United Kingdom and the United States.
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The Forecast  – 2018.09.19
The US dollar weakened slightly against the basket of major currencies. Investors assess the risks of a trade war between the US and China. Statistics from the UK and the US are in the focus of attention. We recommend looking for entry points to the market from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.09.18
Currency majors are consolidating. Investors expect additional drivers. The trade conflict between the US and China is in the focus of attention. Positions should be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.09.17
The US currency strengthened against the basket of major currencies. The news feed is rather calm today. We recommend looking for entry points to the market from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.09.14
The dollar index has been declining. At the moment, currency majors are consolidating. We recommend opening positions from the key levels. Statistics from the US are in the focus of attention.
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The Forecast  – 2018.09.13
Currency majors are consolidating. The meetings of the Bank of England and the ECB are in the focus attention. Demand for the Canadian dollar is at a fairly high level. Positions should be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.09.12
The main currency pairs are consolidating. Demand for the Canadian dollar has grown significantly. We expect statistics from the US. We recommend opening positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.09.11
The dollar index has started declining. Demand for the pound has grown significantly. Economic reports from the UK and Germany are in the focus of attention. We recommend opening positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.09.10
Demand for the US dollar is still high. At the moment, the main currency pairs are consolidating. We expect important economic reports from the UK. Positions should be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.09.07
Financial market participants expect reports on the labor market in the US and Canada. Currency majors are consolidating. We recommend opening positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.09.06
Currency majors are consolidating. The GBP/USD quotes have the potential for further growth. We expect important statistics from the US. Positions should be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.09.05
Demand for the US dollar is at a fairly high level. Investors expect the Bank of Canada meeting. We recommend opening positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.09.04
Demand for the US currency is still high. The dollar index is growing. We expect important statistics from the UK and the US. We recommend opening positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.09.03
Currency majors are consolidating. The financial markets of the US and Canada are closed due to the holiday. We expect statistics from Germany and Great Britain. Positions should be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.08.31
The dollar index closed in the positive zone. Currency majors are consolidating. Participants in financial markets expect additional drivers. Positions must be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.08.30
Currency majors are consolidating. We expect statistics from Germany and Canada. Positions should be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.08.29
Currency majors are consolidating. We expect statistics from the US. We recommend looking for entry points to the market from the key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.08.28
The dollar index closed the trading session in the negative zone. The main currency pairs are consolidating. We expect important statistics on the US economy. Positions should be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.08.27
The US dollar weakened against the basket of major currencies. Investors assess comments by the Fed chairman Powell. We recommend looking for entry points to the market from the key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.08.24
The US dollar strengthened against the basket of major currencies. Today attention is focused on the speech by the Fed's head, Powell. We recommend looking for entry points to the market from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.08.23
Currency majors are consolidating. Financial market participants expect statistics from the US and the Eurozone. We recommend looking for entry points to the market from the key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.08.22
The US dollar weakened against the basket of major currencies. Investors expect the publication of the FOMC minutes. We recommend looking for entry points to the market from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.08.21
The US dollar weakened against the basket of major currencies. The news feed is calm: investors expect additional drivers. Positions should be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.08.20
The US currency weakened against the basket of major currencies on Friday. At the moment, the majors are consolidating. The news feed is calm. We recommend looking for entry points to the market from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.08.17
Currency majors are consolidating. Investors expect additional drivers. We recommend looking for entry points to the market from the key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.08.16
Currency majors are consolidating. We recommend paying attention to economic reports from the United Kingdom and the United States. Positions should be opened from the key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.08.15
The US currency has continued to strengthen against the basket of major currencies. Economic statistics from the UK and the US are in the focus of attention. We recommend looking for entry points to the market from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.08.14
The dollar index moved away from the monthly highs. In the near future, a technical correction is not ruled out. We expect economic reports from Great Britain and Germany. Positions must be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.08.13
The US dollar has significantly strengthened relative to the currency majors. The dollar index is testing monthly highs. The potential for growth remains. We recommend opening positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.08.10
Demand for the American currency is still high. We expect important statistics from the US, Great Britain and Canada. Positions should be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.08.09
The technical pattern on currency majors is ambiguous. Investors expect additional drivers. We recommend looking for entry points to the market from the key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.08.08
The dollar index is declining. Canada published weak data on economic activity. We recommend opening positions from the key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.08.07
Currency majors are consolidating. We expect economic statistics from the US and Canada. We recommend opening positions from the key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.08.06
Currency majors are consolidating. The news feed is calm today. Experts monitor the escalation of trade conflict between the US and China. We recommend looking for entry points to the market from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.08.03
The main currency pairs are consolidating. Financial market participants expect a report on the labor market in the US. We recommend opening positions from the key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.08.02
The dollar index closed the trading session in the positive zone. Demand for the American currency is still high. The Bank of England meeting is in the focus of attention. Positions should be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.08.01
Investors took a wait-and-see attitude before the Fed interest rate decision. It is also necessary to pay attention to the news feed from the Eurozone, the UK and the US. We recommend opening positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.07.31
There is a variety of trends on currency majors. Investors expect economic statistics from the US, the Eurozone and Canada. We recommend opening positions from the key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.07.30
Currency majors are consolidating. Today, the news feed is rather calm. Investors expect additional drivers. Positions should be opened from the key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.07.27
The US dollar strengthened against the basket of major currencies. Today, the news feed is quite calm. We recommend opening positions from the key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.07.26
There is a variety of trends on currency majors. Investors expect the ECB's decision on the key interest rate. We recommend opening positions from the key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.07.25
There is an ambiguous technical pattern on the currency majors. Investors expect additional drivers. It is necessary to look for entry points to the market from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.07.24
Currency majors are consolidating. Today, the news feed is rather calm. We recommend opening positions from the key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.07.23
The US dollar weakened against the basket of major currencies. At the moment, the majors are consolidating. We recommend looking for entry points to the market from the key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.07.20
Currency majors are consolidating. Investors expect additional drivers. The attention is focused on economic reports from Canada. Positions must be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.07.19
There is an ambiguous technical pattern on the main currencies. The US dollar is tending to grow. Economic reports from the United Kingdom and the United States are in the focus of attention.
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The Forecast  – 2018.07.18
The dollar index closed in the positive zone. The potential for growth remains. We are waiting for important economic reports. Positions should be opened from the key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.07.17
There is a variety of trends on currency majors. Today, we expect the speeches by the heads of the Bank of England and the Federal Reserve System. We recommend opening positions from the key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.07.16
There is a variety of trends on the currency majors. Investors expect a report on the core retail sales index in the US. We recommend opening positions from the key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.07.13
The US dollar continued to strengthen against the basket of major currencies. Today, the news feed is calm, so trading will be restrained. Positions should be opened from the key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.07.12
The American currency strengthened against the basket of majors. Today, the account of the ECB last meeting and an inflation report in the US are in the focus of attention. We recommend opening positions from the key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.07.11
There is a variety of trends on currency majors. Today, Bank of Canada interest rate decision is in the focus of attention. We recommend looking for entry points to the market from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.07.10
The dollar index is testing local highs. The British pound is declining. Investors expect additional drivers. We recommend opening positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.07.09
The US dollar weakened against the basket of major currencies. Today, the news feed is calm. Investors monitor the current information on the trade war between the US and China. Positions should be opened from the key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.07.06
Currency majors are consolidating. Investors took a wait-and-see attitude before the publication of statistics on the labor market in the US and Canada. We recommend opening positions from the key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.07.05
The US dollar is declining moderately. Investors are waiting for the publication of the FOMC protocols. We recommend opening positions from the key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.07.04
The dollar index is declining. Today, the news feed is calm, and trading activity is reduced due to the holiday in the US. We recommend opening positions from the key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.07.03
Currency majors are consolidating. Today, the news feed is fairly calm, so investors will monitor current news regarding the trade war. We recommend looking for entry points to the market from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.07.02
The dollar index closed in the negative zone. The US currency remains under pressure. Positions must be opened from the key levels. We are waiting for important economic reports.
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The Forecast  – 2018.06.27
The dollar index is testing annual highs. Today, we expect important economic data from the United States. Positions should be opened from the key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.06.26
Currency majors are consolidating. The news feed is rather calm, therefore we recommend monitoring the US-China trade relations. It is necessary to look for entry points to the market from the key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.06.25
Currency majors are consolidating. Investors continue to assess risks of a trade war between the United States, the European Union and China. Positions should be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.06.22
There is a variety of trends on currency majors. We expect important economic statistics from the Eurozone and Canada. We recommend looking for entry points to the market from the key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.06.21
Demand for the US dollar has recovered. Investors took a wait-and-see attitude before the Bank of England meeting. We recommend opening positions from the key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.06.20
The technical pattern on currency majors is ambiguous. Investors assess the news concerning the trade war between the US and China. We recommend looking for entry points to the market from the key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.06.19
Investors closely monitor the trade conflict between the US and China. We recommend paying attention to statistics on the US real estate market. Positions should be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.06.18
Currency majors are consolidating. Demand for the US dollar is at a high level. Today, the news feed is rather calm. We recommend paying attention to the speech of President of the European Central Bank. Positions should be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.06.15
The US currency has significantly strengthened against the basket of major currencies. Investors assess the consequences of the ECB meeting. We recommend opening positions from the key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.06.14
There is a variety of trends on currency majors. Today, investors took a wait-and-see attitude before the ECB meeting. Positions should be opened from the key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.06.13
There is a variety of trends on currency majors. Today, the Fed meeting is in the focus of attention. We recommend opening positions from the key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.06.12
There is a variety of trends on currency majors. Today, we expect negotiations between the United States and North Korea, as well as important economic statistics from the US, the Eurozone and the UK. We recommend opening positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.06.11
The technical pattern on currency majors is ambiguous. Investors expect additional drivers. Today, important economic statistics from the UK will be published. We recommend opening positions from the key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.06.08
There is a variety of trends on currency majors. Today, statistics from Canada are in the focus of attention. We recommend opening positions from the key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.06.07
Currency majors are consolidating. The news feed is fairly calm. Investors expect a report on GDP of Japan, which will be published tomorrow. We recommend opening positions from the key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.06.06
Currency majors are consolidating. Investors closely monitor the international political situation. We recommend opening positions from the key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.06.05
The main currency pairs are consolidating. Participants in financial markets expect important economic reports from the UK and the US. We recommend opening positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.06.04
There is an ambiguous technical pattern on majors. We recommend opening positions from the key levels. We are waiting for important statistics from the UK.
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The Forecast  – 2018.06.01
Currency majors are consolidating. Today, investors have taken a wait-and-see position before the publication of a report on the US labor market. We recommend opening positions from the key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.05.31
The US dollar weakened against the basket of major currencies. Today we expect important economic statistics from the US, the Eurozone and Canada. We recommend opening positions from the key levels, as well as using trailing stop.
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The Forecast  – 2018.05.30
Today, important economic statistics from the US, the Eurozone and Canada are in the focus of attention. Demand for the US currency is still high. We recommend opening positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.05.29
The euro and the British pound are declining against the US dollar. Demand for the American currency is still high. We recommend paying attention to statistics from the US. Positions should be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.05.25
The main currency pairs are consolidating. Today, important economic statistics from the US, the Eurozone and the UK are in the focus of attention. We recommend opening positions from the key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.05.24
The dollar index moved away from local highs after the publication of the FOMC minutes. The technical pattern on the currency majors is ambiguous. We expect important economic reports. Positions should be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.05.23
There is a variety of trends on currency majors. Investors took a wait-and-see attitude before the publication of the FOMC minutes. Positions should be opened from the key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.05.22
The dollar index moved away from local highs. We are waiting for important reports from the UK. We recommend opening positions from the key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.05.21
Demand for the US dollar is at a high level. The British pound and the euro are under pressure. Today, the news feed is calm. We recommend opening positions from the key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.05.18
The US currency continued to strengthen. Today, statistics from Canada are in the focus of attention. We recommend opening positions from the key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.05.17
Demand for the US currency remains against the 10-year US government bonds yield growth. Today, we recommend paying attention to statistics from the United States. Positions should be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.05.16
The US dollar strengthened against majors. Demand for the American currency is still high. We expect statistics from the Eurozone and the US. Positions must be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.05.15
The US dollar strengthened against the basket of major currencies. Today we expect important statistics from the US, the Eurozone and the UK, which will indicate further alignment of forces on currency pairs. Positions need to be opened from the key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.05.14
The technical pattern on the main currency pairs is ambiguous. The news feed is calm today. We recommend opening positions from the key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.05.11
The dollar index moved away from local highs. The US currency is under pressure due to a weak inflation report. At the moment, currency majors are consolidating. Positions must be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.05.10
Demand for the US currency is still high. Today, the Bank of England meeting and a report on inflation in the United States are in the focus of attention. We recommend opening positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.05.09
The dollar index is testing annual highs. In the near future, a technical correction is not ruled out. We are waiting for statistics from the US. We recommend opening positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.05.08
Majors are consolidating. The speech by Donald Trump, who will decide on the US exit from the Iran nuclear deal, will be the key event today. Positions must be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.05.07
The main currency pairs are consolidating. Investors expect additional drivers. We recommend opening positions from the key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.05.04
The technical pattern on the main currency pairs is ambiguous. Today, important statistics on the US labor market are expected, which will determine the further alignment of forces on majors. We recommend opening positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.05.03
There is an ambiguous technical pattern on the main currency pairs. Investors expect additional drivers. The financial markets of Japan are closed due to the holiday. We recommend opening positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.04.27
At the moment, investors have taken a wait-and-see attitude. The GDP reports from the UK and the US are in the focus of attention. Positions should be opened from the key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.04.26
The technical pattern on the main currency pairs is ambiguous. Investors took a wait-and-see attitude before the ECB meeting. We recommend opening positions from the key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.04.25
The dollar index tests local maxima. Demand for the American currency is still high. Investors expect additional drivers. Positions must be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.04.24
The dollar index closed the trading session in the positive zone. Demand for the American currency remains. In the near future, a technical correction is not ruled out. We expect important economic reports.
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The Forecast  – 2018.04.23
Currency majors are consolidating. Demand for the US dollar remains at a fairly high level. We expect important economic reports from the US and the Eurozone. Positions must be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.04.20
Yesterday, the US dollar strengthened against the basket of majors. At the moment, the technical pattern on the main currency pairs is ambiguous. Investors expect additional drivers. We recommend opening positions from the key marks.
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The Forecast  – 2018.04.19
The main currency pairs are consolidating. The technical pattern is ambiguous. We expect important economic reports from the UK and the US. Positions must be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.04.18
The dollar index moved away from local lows. Demand for the US currency began to recover. We expect the decision of the Bank of Canada. Positions need to be opened from the key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.04.17
The US dollar weakened relative to the basket of major currencies against geopolitical tensions. We recommend closely following the up-to-date political news, as well as opening positions from key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.04.16
The technical pattern on the main currency pairs is ambiguous. Geopolitical risks continue to put pressure on the US currency. We expect important economic reports from the United States. Positions must be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.04.13
The technical pattern on the main currency pairs is ambiguous. Investors are still concerned about the military conflict between the US and Syria. We recommend following up-to-date news and opening positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.04.12
The technical pattern on the main currency pairs is ambiguous. Investors closely monitor the unfolding conflict between the US, Syria and Russia. We recommend opening positions from the key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.04.11
The major currency pairs are consolidating. Participants in financial markets expect important statistics from the UK and the US. Positions must be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.04.10
The trade conflict between the US and China is in the focus of attention. The technical pattern on the main currency pairs is ambiguous. Positions must be opened from the key levels. We are waiting for statistics from the USA.
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The Forecast  – 2018.04.06
The report on the labor market in the USA is in the focus of attention. The main currency pairs are consolidating. We recommend opening positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.04.05
The technical pattern on the main currency pairs is ambiguous. Investors closely monitor the trade relations between the US and China. Also, financial markets participants are waiting for a Friday economic report from the United States. We recommend opening positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.04.04
The American currency is stable. Demand for the Canadian dollar has increased. Investors are waiting for the publication of important economic reports. We recommend opening positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.04.03
There is an ambiguous technical pattern on the main currency pairs. The strained relations between China and the US exacerbate the situation in the markets. We recommend you to follow the up-to-date information on this issue.
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The Forecast  – 2018.04.02
There is an ambiguous technical pattern on the main currency pairs. Investors expect economic reports from the United States. We recommend opening positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.03.30
There is an ambiguous technical pattern on majors. Today we expect a weak trading activity due to Good Friday. Positions must be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.03.29
The US dollar rose against the majors. The demand is still high. Participants in financial markets are waiting for the publication of important economic reports. Positions must be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.03.28
Demand for the American currency has resumed. Participants of the financial markets expect economic reports from the United States. We recommend opening positions from the key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.03.27
At the moment, currency majors are consolidating. Investors expect additional drivers. Today, the attention will be focused on statistics from the US and the situation concerning the Japanese Prime Minister. Positions must be opened from the key marks.
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The Forecast  – 2018.03.26
The main currency pairs are consolidating. The US dollar remains under pressure. We recommend opening positions from the key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.03.23
The risks of a trade war put pressure on the US dollar. The demand for safe assets has grown. We expect economic reports from the USA and Canada. We recommend opening positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.03.22
The US dollar weakened significantly against other major currencies after the Fed meeting. Today investors' attention is focused on the Bank of England meeting. We recommend opening positions from the key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.03.21
The Fed's decision on the interest rate is in the focus of attention. The technical pattern on the main currency pairs is ambiguous. Positions need to be opened from key levels of support and resistance.
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The Forecast  – 2018.03.20
The dollar index moved away from local highs before the Fed meeting. At the moment, the main currency pairs are consolidating. We recommend opening positions from the key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.03.19
The technical pattern on the main currency pairs is ambiguous. Investors expect additional drivers. This week, leading central banks will decide on key interest rates. We recommend opening positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.03.16
Yesterday, the US dollar strengthened against other major currencies after the publication of optimistic reports in the US. However, the technical pattern of the majors is ambiguous today. Investors expect additional drivers.
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The Forecast  – 2018.03.15
The majors are consolidating. The demand for safe assets has grown. We expect economic reports from the USA. Positions must be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.03.14
The US currency remains under pressure. Participants of the financial markets expect economic reports from the United States. We recommend opening positions from the key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.03.13
The main currency pairs are consolidating. Participants of the financial markets are expecting a report on inflation in the US. The yen is under pressure. Positions must be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.03.12
The technical pattern on the main currency pairs is ambiguous. Investors expect additional drivers. Today, the news feed is calm. We recommend opening positions from the key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.03.07
Investors are still concerned about the development of the trading war. The US dollar remains under pressure. Today the attention of the financial markets participants is focused on the Bank of Canada meeting on monetary policy. We recommend you to open positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.03.06
There is an ambiguous technical pattern on the main currency pairs. Investors expect additional drivers and monitor the situation regarding the trade duties introduction. We recommend opening positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.03.05
The tension due to a possible trading war puts pressure on the major currency pairs. The technical pattern is ambiguous. We recommend you to pay attention to the news feed of the Eurozone, the United Kingdom and the United States.
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The Forecast  – 2018.03.02
The US dollar was under pressure after Donald Trump statements. Investors took a wait-and-see attitude before the release of data from the UK and Canada. Positions need to be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.03.01
Demand for the American currency remains. The dollar index closed the trading session in the positive zone. We expect economic reports. Positions must be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.02.28
Yesterday, the new Fed`s chairman spoke for the first time in the Congress. His speech had a positive impact on the US dollar, as a result the US currency strengthened against the major currencies. We expect the publication of important economic reports.
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The Forecast  – 2018.02.27
Investors took a wait-and-see attitude before the speech of the new Federal Reserve chairman, Jerome Powell. The technical pattern on the main currency pairs is ambiguous. We recommend opening positions from the key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.02.26
There is an ambiguous pattern on the main currency pairs. Investors expect additional drivers. Positions should be opened from the key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.02.23
The technical pattern on the main currency pairs is ambiguous. The demand for the US dollar remains. Investors expect economic reports from the Eurozone and Canada. Positions must be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.02.22
The US currency strengthened after the publication of the Fed's report. Demand for the US dollar remains at a fairly high level. We recommend opening positions from the key levels. We are waiting for important economic reports.
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The Forecast  – 2018.02.21
The US dollar strengthened against other major currencies. Investors took a wait-and-see attitude before the publication of important economic reports from Germany, the Eurozone, the UK and the US. We recommend opening orders from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.02.20
The dollar index is consolidating. Investors expect additional drivers. Positions need to be opened from the key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.02.19
The US dollar is recovering against other major currencies. The financial markets of the USA and Canada are closed due to the holiday. Volatility and activity may be low. We recommend opening positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.02.16
The US dollar continues to decline relatively to other major currencies. In the near future, a technical correction is expected. We recommend opening positions above/below the key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.02.15
The US dollar fell against other major currencies. The further decline in the American currency is not excluded. We recommend paying attention to statistics from the US. Positions must be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.02.14
The US dollar continues to lose ground relative to other major currencies. Today’s main event will be the publication of an inflation report from the United States. Positions should be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.02.13
The technical pattern on the currency majors is ambiguous. Investors expect additional drivers. Today, the report on inflation in the UK is the focus of attention.
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The Forecast  – 2018.02.12
The technical pattern on the main currency pairs is ambiguous. Investors expect additional drivers. We recommend you to open positions above/below the key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.02.09
The main currency pairs demonstrate a variety of trends. The technical pattern is ambiguous. Positions must be opened from the key levels. We expect economic reports from Great Britain and Canada.
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The Forecast  – 2018.02.08
The technical pattern on many currency pairs is ambiguous. The main today’s event is the Bank of England meeting. We recommend following the news. Positions should be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.02.07
The US dollar is strengthening against currency majors. Investors took a wait-and-see position before the meeting of the War Cabinet and the Bank of England. We recommend opening positions from the key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.02.06
There were high activity and volatility on the main currency pairs. At the moment, the technical pattern is ambiguous. We expect important statistics from the US and Canada.
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The Forecast  – 2018.02.05
The US dollar strengthened on Friday due to the positive economic data. At the moment, the technical pattern is ambiguous on the main currency pairs. We recommend opening positions above/below the key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.02.02
The technical pattern is ambiguous on the main currency pairs. We recommend paying attention to the data on business activity in the UK construction sector and the report on the labor market in the United States.
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The Forecast  – 2018.02.01
The US dollar strengthened against other major currencies after the Fed meeting on Wednesday. At the moment, the technical pattern is ambiguous on currency pairs. We recommend paying attention to economic reports from the USA.
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The Forecast  – 2018.01.31
There is an ambiguous technical pattern on the main currency pairs. The Fed meeting will be the key event today. We recommend paying attention to the statistics from Germany and Canada.
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The Forecast  – 2018.01.30
The US dollar is strengthening against the major currencies. Investors expect for the Fed meeting. Positions should be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.01.29
The US dollar is testing local lows. In the near future, a technical correction on the major currency pairs is not ruled out. Positions must be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.01.26
There is an ambiguous technical pattern on the main currency pairs. Market participants expect additional drivers. Positions should be opened from the key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.01.25
The US dollar has weakened significantly against the major currencies. Today we are waiting for the ECB decision on monetary policy. We recommend opening positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.01.24
The US dollar weakened significantly against other currencies. There is a pronounced downtrend on USD/CAD and USD/JPY. Positions should be opened from key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.01.23
Currency majors show a variety of trends. There is a high volatility on the USD/JPY currency pair. Positions must be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.01.22
There is an ambiguous pattern on the currency majors. The news feed is calm today. Investors expect additional drivers. We recommend opening positions from key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.01.19
The US dollar fell against the major currencies. At the moment, the technical pattern on currency pairs is ambiguous. Investors expect additional drivers.
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The Forecast  – 2018.01.18
The US dollar began to strengthen against the major currencies. We are waiting for important statistics from the US and Canada. We recommend opening positions from key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.01.17
The technical pattern on currency majors is ambiguous. Investors expect additional drivers. Today the main event will be the meeting of the Bank of Canada.
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The Forecast  – 2018.01.16
The main currency pairs are consolidating. In the near future, a technical correction is not excluded. Positions must be opened from the key levels. We are waiting for statistics from the UK.
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The Forecast  – 2018.01.15
The dollar has weakened significantly against the majors. Last week, the dollar index (#DX) fell by more than 1%. Investors expect additional drivers. We recommend opening positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.01.12
The dollar weakened against major currencies. We are waiting for important statistics from the USA. We recommend opening positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.01.11
The technical pattern on the currency majors is ambiguous. Financial markets participants expect additional drivers. We recommend paying attention to statistics from the Eurozone, Canada and the United States.
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The Forecast  – 2018.01.10
The US dollar strengthened against the major currencies. There is a bearish trend on the USD/JPY currency pair. We expect important reports from the Eurozone, the UK, Canada and the USA.
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The Forecast  – 2018.01.09
The technical pattern on currency majors is ambiguous. The US dollar has begun to strengthen against other majors. We recommend opening positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.01.05
At the moment, the technical pattern on the majors is ambiguous. We expect statistics on the US and Canada labor markets. Positions must be opened from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.01.04
The US dollar has begun to strengthen against other majors. Today, we expect important economic reports from the US, the Eurozone and the UK. We recommend using trailing stop when tracking positions.
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The Forecast  – 2018.01.03
The technical pattern on majors is ambiguous. We expect statistics from the Eurozone, the United Kingdom and the United States. Positions must be opened from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2018.01.02
The technical pattern on majors is ambiguous. We recommend you to pay attention to the statistics from Europe and the United States.
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The Forecast  – 2017.12.29
The demand for the US dollar is still at a low level. The technical pattern on the majors is ambiguous. Investors expect additional drivers.
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The Forecast  – 2017.12.28
The demand for the US dollar fell. The technical pattern on the majors is ambiguous. We are waiting for the statistics from the US.
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The Forecast  – 2017.12.27
Trading activity has significantly decreased due to holidays, that's why most currency pairs are in a sideways trend. One should look for entry points to the market from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2017.12.26
The majors are consolidating. The technical pattern is ambiguous. Positions must be opened from the key levels. The attention is focused on statistics from the US.
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The Forecast  – 2017.12.22
Currency majors are consolidating. Investors expect important economic reports. We recommend opening positions from the key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2017.12.21
The main currency pairs are consolidating. Investors took a wait-and-see attitude before the publication of important economic reports. Positions must be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2017.12.20
The attention is focused on the tax reform in the US. Positions must be opened from the key levels. The USD/JPY currency pair is tending to grow.
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The Forecast  – 2017.12.19
The dollar index moved away from local extremes. The technical pattern on the main currency pairs is ambiguous. Investors expect additional drivers. Positions must be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2017.12.18
Demand for the US dollar has resumed. The majors are consolidating. Positions must be opened from the key levels. We recommend paying attention to the US government bonds yield.
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The Forecast  – 2017.12.15
The ECB and the Bank of England kept interest rates at the same level. USD/CAD and USD/JPY are tending to decline. We recommend opening positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2017.12.14
The US currency remains under pressure. The attention is focused on the press conferences of the Bank of England and the ECB. The majors are consolidating. Positions must be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2017.12.13
There is an ambiguous technical pattern on the main currency pairs. Positions must be opened from the key levels. Investors are waiting for the Fed's decision.
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The Forecast  – 2017.12.12
There is an ambiguous technical pattern on the majors. We are awaiting the publication of important economic reports. Positions must be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2017.12.11
The US published an ambiguous report on the labor market. The majors are consolidating. Positions must be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2017.12.08
Investors have taken a wait and see attitude. The report on the labor market in the USA is in the focus of attention. We recommend opening positions from the key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2017.12.07
Demand for the US dollar remains at a fairly high level. The Central Bank of Canada adheres to a cautious policy. Investors expect additional drivers. Positions must be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2017.12.06
The attention is focused on the meeting of the Bank of Canada and the preliminary report on the labor market in the United States. Demand for the American currency is still high. We recommend opening positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2017.12.05
The US dollar strengthened against the main currencies. Demand is still high. Financial market participants expect important statistical data. Positions must be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2017.12.04
Demand for the US dollar has grown significantly. On the USD/CAD currency pair aggressive sales are observed. Participants of the financial markets expect economic reports from the UK and the US.
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The Forecast  – 2017.12.01
Investors are waiting for the publication of important economic reports. The majors are consolidating. Positions must be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2017.11.30
The attention is focused on economic reports from the Eurozone and the US. Positions must be opened from the key levels. USD/CAD and USD/JPY have the potential for further growth.
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The Forecast  – 2017.11.29
The US currency has stabilized. We expect preliminary data on the US GDP. Positions must be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2017.11.28
Positive data on the real estate market supported the US dollar. At the moment, the main currency pairs are consolidating. We are waiting for statistics on the US economy and speeches by the Fed's representatives.
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The Forecast  – 2017.11.27
The US currency remains under pressure. Nevertheless, positions need to be opened from the key levels. We are waiting for statistics on the real estate market in the US.
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The Forecast  – 2017.11.24
There is an ambiguous technical pattern on the majors. The Canadian dollar remains under pressure. We recommend opening positions from the key levels. We are waiting for statistics from Germany.
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The Forecast  – 2017.11.23
The US currency remains under pressure. The financial markets of Japan and the US are closed due to holidays. We expect important economic reports from the UK, the Eurozone and Canada.
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The Forecast  – 2017.11.22
The US dollar has slightly weakened relative to the majors. The attention is focused on the publication of the FOMC protocols. We recommend opening positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2017.11.21
Demand for the American currency remains at a fairly high level. Nevertheless, positions need to be opened from the key levels. Investors expect economic reports from the US.
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The Forecast  – 2017.11.20
The leading currencies have strengthened against the US dollar. We recommend paying attention to the US government bonds yield. In the near future, the technical correction of USD/JPY is not ruled out.
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The Forecast  – 2017.11.16
Demand for the US dollar remains. Investors expect important statistics. At the moment, the major currencies are consolidating. Positions should be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2017.11.15
Demand for the US dollar has weakened significantly. Major currencies have the potential for further growth. The attention is focused on economic reports from the UK and the United States.
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The Forecast  – 2017.11.14
At the moment, the "majors" are consolidated. Investors are waiting for the publication of important economic reports. We recommend opening positions from key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2017.11.13
At the moment, the major currency pairs are consolidated. At the same time, demand for the US currency remains. Positions should be opened from key levels. Political risks put pressure on the pound.
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The Forecast  – 2017.11.10
The US dollar moved away from local extremes. At the moment, the majors are consolidating. We are waiting for statistics from the UK. Positions must be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2017.11.09
The majors are in a sideways trend. Participants of the financial markets expect additional drivers. We recommend opening positions from the key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2017.11.08
The technical pattern on the main currencies is still ambiguous. Positions must be opened from the key levels. We recommend paying attention to the yield of US government bonds.
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The Forecast  – 2017.11.07
On the currency "majors", there was an ambiguous technical pattern. Demand for the US dollar is still high. We recommend opening positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2017.11.06
At the moment, the main currency pairs are consolidating. The technical pattern is ambiguous. Positions must be opened from the key levels. We expect statistics from the Eurozone and Canada.
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The Forecast  – 2017.11.03
Today, the attention is focused on a report on the labor market in the US. At the moment, the main currency pairs are consolidating. Positions should be opened from the key levels of support and resistance.
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The Forecast  – 2017.11.02
Investors are waiting for the decision of the Bank of England. At the moment, the technical pattern on the main currency pairs is ambiguous. Positions must be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2017.11.01
Participants of the financial market are waiting for the Fed's meeting. We recommend you to pay attention to statistics from the UK and the USA. Demand for the American currency remains at a high level.
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The Forecast  – 2017.10.31
The US dollar has moved away from local extremes. The financial markets participants are waiting for the publication of important economic reports. Positions should be opened from the key levels of support and resistance.
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The Forecast  – 2017.10.30
Last week, the US dollar significantly increased in price. In the near future, a technical correction is not ruled out on the majors. We recommend opening positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2017.10.27
Demand for the American currency is still high. The euro remains under pressure after the ECB decision. Investors expect statistics on the US GDP. We recommend opening positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2017.10.26
Today the attention is focused on the ECB meeting. The technical correction on GBP/USD and USD/CAD is not ruled out. We are waiting for statistics from the USA.
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The Forecast  – 2017.10.25
Today the attention is focused on the meeting of the Central Bank of Canada. Participants of the financial markets expect statistics from Germany, the UK and the US. Positions must be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2017.10.24
At the moment, the main currency pairs are consolidating. The technical pattern is ambiguous. The Canadian dollar continues to lose ground. We are expecting reports on business activity in the Eurozone and the US.
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The Forecast  – 2017.10.23
Demand for the US dollar remains at a high level. The technical pattern on GBP/USD is ambiguous. In the near future, correction of the USD/CAD quotes is not excluded. The bullish sentiment prevails on USD/JPY.
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The Forecast  – 2017.10.20
Demand for the US dollar has grown significantly. We expect important economic reports from Canada and the US. We recommend opening positions from the key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2017.10.19
Participants of the financial markets took a wait-and-see attitude before publishing important statistics from the UK and the US. Positions must be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2017.10.18
Demand for the American currency remains at a fairly high level. Today, economic reports from the United Kingdom and the United States are at the center of attention. Positions must be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2017.10.17
Major currency pairs are consolidating before the publication of important economic reports. Positions need to be opened from the key levels of support and resistance.
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The Forecast  – 2017.10.16
The US has published ambiguous statistics. The main currency pairs are consolidating. We recommend opening positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2017.10.13
Investors took a wait-and-see attitude before the release of important statistics on the US economy. We recommend opening positions from the key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2017.10.12
The US dollar continues to lose ground relative to the majors. Participants of the financial markets expect economic reports from the US and the speech of the ECB head. Positions must be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2017.10.11
Today attention is focused on the publication of the FOMC protocols. The technical pattern on the majors is ambiguous. Positions should be opened from the key levels of support and resistance.
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The Forecast  – 2017.10.10
The US dollar moved away from the local highs. The pound has the potential for further recovery. We are waiting for important statistics from the UK. Today, we recommend opening positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2017.10.09
There is an ambiguous technical pattern on the main currency pairs. Positions must be opened from the key levels. The news background is calm today.
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The Forecast  – 2017.10.06
The attention of investors is focused on the reports on the labor market of the USA and Canada. We recommend opening positions from the key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2017.10.05
The technical pattern on majors is still ambiguous. Investors expect statistics on the labor market in the US. We recommend looking for entry points to the market from key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2017.10.04
An ambiguous technical pattern has developed on the majors. We recommend opening positions from the key levels. The attention is focused on economic reports from the US.
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The Forecast  – 2017.10.03
Demand for the US dollar remains at a high level. At the same time, technical correction is possible. We recommend opening positions from the key levels. We are waiting for statistics from the UK.
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The Forecast  – 2017.10.02
The US dollar continues to strengthen relative to the majors. Today, we recommend opening positions from the key levels. We are waiting for important statistics.
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The Forecast  – 2017.09.29
There was an ambiguous technical pattern on the majors. The financial markets participants expect additional drivers. The attention is focused on the economic reports from Germany, Canada, and the US.
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The Forecast  – 2017.09.28
Demand for the US dollar remains at a fairly high level. The Canadian dollar has sharply weakened after the Central Bank head's comments. The attention is focused on economic reports from the US. Positions must be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2017.09.27
Today investors' attention is focused on the speeches of Donald Trump, the head of the Bank of Canada Poloza and economic reports from the US. We recommend opening positions from the key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2017.09.26
Demand for the American currency is at a fairly high level. Geopolitical risks on the Korean peninsula support the yen. We expect economic reports from the US and the speech of the Fed's Chairman.
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The Forecast  – 2017.09.25
The euro remains under pressure. GBP/USD and USD/CAD have the potential for further correction. The technical pattern on USD/JPY is ambiguous.
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The Forecast  – 2017.09.22
Currency "majors" recouped part of the losses. At the moment, the technical pattern is ambiguous. We recommend opening positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2017.09.21
The Fed supported the US dollar. Demand for the American currency remains at a high level. We recommend opening positions in the direction of the current trend. We are waiting for statistics from the USA.
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The Forecast  – 2017.09.20
On the majors, an ambiguous technical pattern has developed. Positions must be opened from the key levels. The attention is focused on the Fed's meeting and statistics from the UK.
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The Forecast  – 2017.09.19
The pound moved away from local highs. The market expects additional drivers. We recommend opening positions from the key levels. USD/CAD and USD/JPY have the potential for further growth.
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The Forecast  – 2017.09.18
The technical pattern on EUR/USD and USD/CAD is still ambiguous. The pound has updated the annual maximum. In the near future, a correction of GBP/USD is possible. The bullish sentiment still prevails on USD/JPY.
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The Forecast  – 2017.09.15
Demand for the pound remains at a fairly high level. The technical pattern on the majors is ambiguous. The attention is focused on economic reports from the US.
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The Forecast  – 2017.09.14
Participants in financial markets are waiting for the decision of the Bank of England and economic reports from the US. Positions must be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2017.09.13
The GBP/USD currency pair has reached the round level of 1.33000. Today, the attention is focused on statistics from the UK and the US. We recommend opening positions from the key support and resistance levels.
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The Forecast  – 2017.09.12
Major currency pairs moved away from local extremes. We recommend opening positions from key levels. The financial markets participants expect statistics from the UK.
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The Forecast  – 2017.09.11
In the Asian trading session, the US dollar partially recouped losses. At the moment, the technical pattern on the "majors" is ambiguous. Positions must be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2017.09.08
Comments of the ECB head supported the euro. The US dollar continues to lose ground. Demand for the Canadian dollar remains at a high level. We expect economic reports from Great Britain and Canada.
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The Forecast  – 2017.09.07
The Central Bank of Canada tightened monetary policy. Positive statistics supported the US dollar. Investors are waiting for the ECB meeting.
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The Forecast  – 2017.09.06
Participants of the financial markets adopted a wait-and-see attitude before the publication of important economic reports from the US and the Bank of Canada meeting. We recommend opening positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2017.09.05
The technical pattern on majors is ambiguous. The market is waiting for additional drivers. The demand for safe assets remains at a high level.
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The Forecast  – 2017.09.04
A weak labor market report did not put significant pressure on the US dollar. The technical pattern on the main currency pairs is ambiguous. The demand for safe assets has increased.
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The Forecast  – 2017.09.01
At the moment, the main currency pairs are consolidating. Investors have adopted a wait-and-see attitude before the publication of the report on the labor market in the US. Demand for the Canadian dollar remains at a high level.
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The Forecast  – 2017.08.31
Positive economic reports caused a growth in demand for the US dollar. Pressure on the Canadian dollar is still put by a negative dynamics on the "black gold" market. We expect important statistics from the EU, Canada, and the US.
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The Forecast  – 2017.08.30
Positive statistics from the US supported the US currency. The main currency pairs moved away from the local extremes. Economic reports from the US are in the focus of attention.
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The Forecast  – 2017.08.29
Euro updated a maximum of two years. Correction on GBP/USD may continue. The Canadian dollar is in a sideways trend. There is a growth in demand for safe currencies.
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The Forecast  – 2017.08.28
The US currency remains under pressure. The downward trend in USD/CAD may continue. The USD/JPY currency pair is traded in a flat.
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The Forecast  – 2017.08.23
Demand for the US dollar remains at a fairly high level. The summit in Jackson Hole is in the focus of attention. Investors expect statistics from the Eurozone and the US.
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The Forecast  – 2017.08.22
The financial markets participants expect statistics from the Eurozone and Canada. GBP/USD has the potential to further decline. The tension on the Korean peninsula supports safe currencies.
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The Forecast  – 2017.08.21
The technical pattern on the main currency pairs is ambiguous. The market is waiting for additional drivers. This week, the summit in Jackson Hole is in the focus of attention.
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The Forecast  – 2017.08.18
The technical pattern on EUR/USD and GBP/USD is ambiguous. Political rows in the White House support the demand for safe currencies. Investors expect a report on inflation in Canada.
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The Forecast  – 2017.08.17
Demand for the US currency is significantly weakened amid the political tension in the White House and a weak inflation in the US. We are awaiting the publication of important economic reports.
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The Forecast  – 2017.08.16
The US dollar continued to strengthen relative to the majors. Participants of the financial markets expect economic reports from the UK and the US.
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The Forecast  – 2017.08.15
Demand for the American currency has grown significantly. The Canadian dollar is still under pressure. The economic reports from the United Kingdom and the United States are in the focus of attention.
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The Forecast  – 2017.08.14
At the moment, there is an ambiguous technical pattern on the majors. There are no important economic reports from the Eurozone and the US today. We recommend opening positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2017.08.11
Financial markets participants expect a report on inflation in the US. At the moment, the technical pattern on the majors is ambiguous. The growth of tension on the Korean Peninsula supports the demand for safe currencies.
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The Forecast  – 2017.08.10
The technical pattern on the main currency pairs is ambiguous. Financial markets participants expect economic reports from the United Kingdom and the United States. Political tension on the Korean Peninsula supports the demand for safe currencies.
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The Forecast  – 2017.08.09
The technical pattern on the main currency pairs is ambiguous. The market is waiting for additional drivers. The Canadian dollar is consolidating. Demand for the yen is at a high level.
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The Forecast  – 2017.08.08
At the moment, the major currency pairs are consolidating. Demand for the US dollar remains at a fairly high level. We recommend opening positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2017.08.07
The US dollar has strengthened significantly relative to the "majors". Demand for the US currency is at a fairly high level. We recommend you to pay attention to speeches of the FOMC representatives.
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The Forecast  – 2017.08.04
At the moment, the technical pattern on the majors is ambiguous. Investors are expecting reports on the labor market in the US and Canada. Positions must be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2017.08.03
The financial markets participants are expecting the BoE decision. There is an ambiguous technical pattern on EUR/USD and USD/JPY. A further correction of the USD/CAD quotations is possible.
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The Forecast  – 2017.08.02
The euro is being traded near local maximums, the pound is consolidating. The current technical pattern indicates a further correction on USD/CAD and USD/JPY. We are expecting a preliminary report on the labor market in the US.
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The Forecast  – 2017.08.01
The US dollar continues to update the local minimums. The Canadian dollar is consolidating. The bearish sentiment prevails on USD/JPY. We are awaiting the publication of important economic reports.
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The Forecast  – 2017.07.31
The majors are testing local extremes. The US dollar remains under pressure. Recovery of the "black gold" prices supports the demand for the Canadian dollar. We expect economic reports from the US and the Eurozone.
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The Forecast  – 2017.07.28
There is an ambiguous technical pattern on the majors. The attention is focused on GDP reports for the US and Canada.
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The Forecast  – 2017.07.27
The US Central Bank comments continue to put pressure on the US currency. The majors test local extremes. We are waiting for statistics from the USA.
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The Forecast  – 2017.07.26
Demand for the US dollar has increased. Investors expect statistics from the UK and the Fed meeting. The Canadian dollar continues to consolidate.
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The Forecast  – 2017.07.25
Today, the major currency pairs may show mixed results before the meeting of the US Federal Reserve System. The technical pattern is still ambiguous. We recommend opening positions from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2017.07.24
Last week, the US dollar weakened against the majors. At the same time, in the near future, we do not exclude a technical correction. We expect statistics from the Eurozone and the US.
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The Forecast  – 2017.07.21
Comments of the ECB head supported the euro. The pound is under pressure. We are waiting for important statistics on the economy of Canada. The technical pattern on USD/JPY is currently ambiguous.
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The Forecast  – 2017.07.20
Today, the ECB will decide on further monetary policy. It is necessary to pay attention to the rhetoric of the Central Bank head. A positive report on UK retail sales can support the pound. The Bank of Japan left the interest rate unchanged.
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The Forecast  – 2017.07.19
The US dollar continues to weaken relative to the majors. Investors are waiting for the meeting of the Bank of Japan and the ECB. Demand for the Canadian dollar and yen remains at a fairly high level.
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The Forecast  – 2017.07.18
In the Asian trading session, aggressive sales of the US dollar were observed. We are waiting for important statistics from the UK. In the near future on USD/CAD, a correction may develop.
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The Forecast  – 2017.07.17
The US dollar is still under pressure. The probability of increasing the range of the Fed key interest rate came down. Nevertheless, in the near future, a correction may develop on majors.
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The Forecast  – 2017.07.14
Investors expect reports on inflation and retail sales in the US. At the moment, the technical pattern on the majors is ambiguous.
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The Forecast  – 2017.07.13
The speech of the Fed Chairman had an ambiguous impact on the dynamics of the major currency pairs. Bank of Canada raised the key interest rate. Correction of USD/JPY may continue. We expect economic reports from the USA.
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The Forecast  – 2017.07.12
The news background is very eventful today. The attention is focused on the report on the labor market in the UK, the speech of the Fed's head and the Bank of Canada meeting. Positions must be opened from the key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2017.07.11
The technical pattern on majors is ambiguous. Tomorrow the news background will be very eventful. Participants of the financial markets expect economic reports from the UK, the US, and Canada.
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The Forecast  – 2017.07.10
Demand for the US dollar remains at a fairly high level. The possibility of tightening the monetary policy of the Bank of Canada supports the national currency. Purchases still prevail on USD/JPY.
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The Forecast  – 2017.07.07
The attention of the financial markets participants is focused on the publication of the report on the labor market in the USA. A decrease in oil quotations puts pressure on the dynamics of the Canadian dollar.
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The Forecast  – 2017.07.06
The technical pattern on the main currency pairs is still ambiguous. We expect economic reports from the USA.
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The Forecast  – 2017.07.05
Today the attention is focused on the publication of the FOMC protocols. There is an ambiguous technical pattern on the majors. The yen continues to lose ground against the US dollar.
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The Forecast  – 2017.07.04
There is an increase in demand for the American currency. Correction on the main currency pairs may continue. The US financial markets are closed today.
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The Forecast  – 2017.07.03
In the near future, technical correction on the main currency pairs is possible. We recommend paying attention to economic reports from the EU and the USA.
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The Forecast  – 2017.06.30
The US dollar remains under pressure. The financial markets participants expect important economic reports. The technical pattern on USD/JPY is ambiguous.
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The Forecast  – 2017.06.29
The US dollar continues to lose ground relative to major world currencies. Correction in the market of "black gold" supports the Canadian dollar. Waiting for data on US GDP.
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The Forecast  – 2017.06.27
Investors are waiting for the statements of the Central Bank chairmen, which can act as the driver of the further alignment of forces on the main currency pairs.
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The Forecast  – 2017.06.26
At the moment, the technical pattern on EUR/USD and GBP/USD is ambiguous. The Canadian dollar is supported by the recovery of the "black gold" prices. The bullish sentiment prevails on USD/JPY.
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The Forecast  – 2017.06.23
EUR/USD and USD/JPY continue to consolidate. The correction of GBP/USD has continued. Demand for the Canadian dollar remains at a fairly high level. We expect the report on inflation in Canada
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The Forecast  – 2017.06.22
At the moment, the technical pattern on the main currency pairs is ambiguous. The market is waiting for additional drivers. The statistics on retail sales in Canada is in the focus of attention.
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The Forecast  – 2017.06.21
The euro, the pound and the Canadian dollar are losing ground against the US currency. We expect economic reports from the USA.
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The Forecast  – 2017.06.20
The US dollar strengthened against the basket of world currencies. The attention is focused on the speeches of the head of the Bank of England and the Fed's officials.
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The Forecast  – 2017.06.19
At the moment, the technical pattern of the major currency pairs is ambiguous. The market is waiting for additional drivers. We recommend opening positions from key levels.
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The Forecast  – 2017.06.16
Demand for the US dollar remains at a high level. The central banks of Great Britain and Japan left interest rates at the same level. We expect statistics from the Eurozone and the US.
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The Forecast  – 2017.06.15
The Fed's decision can support demand for the US currency in the near future. We expect economic reports from the UK. A correction may develop on USD/CAD.
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The Forecast  – 2017.06.14
Participants of the financial markets remain cautious before the Fed's meeting. The report on the UK labor market can support the pound. A technical correction is possible on the USD/CAD currency pair.
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The Forecast  – 2017.06.13
We expect economic reports from Germany, Great Britain and the USA. The Canadian dollar significantly strengthened its positions relative to the US currency.
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The Forecast  – 2017.06.12
The technical pattern on EUR/USD is ambiguous, the pound remains under pressure. The report on the labor market supported the Canadian dollar. USD/JPY is consolidating.
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The Forecast  – 2017.06.09
The election results put pressure on the currency of the UK. The euro weakened after the ECB comments. We are expecting a report on the Canadian labor market. Correction on the USD/JPY currency pair may continue.
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The Forecast  – 2017.06.08
We expect high volatility on EUR/USD and GBP/USD, ECB meeting and parliamentary elections in Great Britain. The Canadian dollar is under pressure. Correction on USD/JPY.
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The Forecast  – 2017.06.07
The attention of investors is directed to the ECB meeting and elections in Great Britain. The bearish sentiment prevails on the USD/JPY currency pair.
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The Forecast  – 2017.06.06
The American currency is still under pressure on the background of weak statistical data. Demand for yen has grown significantly.
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The Forecast  – 2017.06.02
Participants of the financial markets are expecting data on the labor market in the United States. Oil puts pressure on commodity currencies.
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The Forecast  – 2017.06.01
The euro and the pound strengthened their positions against the US dollar. The demand for the Canadian dollar is expected to grow. The yen is in a sideways trend.
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The Forecast  – 2017.05.31
We expect economic reports from the EU, the pound remains under pressure. The attention is focused on Canada's GDP. On the USD/JPY currency pair, sales may prevail.
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The Forecast  – 2017.05.30
There is an increase in demand for the American currency, political risks put pressure on the pound. We are waiting for statistics from the USA.
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The Forecast  – 2017.05.29
Economic reports from the US supported the US currency, the pound is under pressure, trading on USD/CAD and USD/JPY is calm. Financial markets in the US and the UK are closed.
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The Forecast  – 2017.05.26
The attention is focused on the economic reports from the USA. The Canadian dollar weakened due to a sharp drop in oil quotations. There is an increased demand for the yen.
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The Forecast  – 2017.05.25
The US currency is under pressure after the publication of the FOMC protocols. The Bank of Canada left monetary policy at the same level. The currency of Japan continues to consolidate.
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The Forecast  – 2017.05.23
The technical pattern on EUR/USD is ambiguous, the pound is traded in a flat, the growth of oil quotes supports the demand for the Canadian dollar. The yen continues to consolidate.
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The Forecast  – 2017.05.03
The euro continues to be traded in the flat. Demand for the pound is supported due to positive data on business activity. The Canadian dollar and the yen are under pressure.
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