EUR/USD is leaning lower, retreating from a recovery attempt. While Easter is over, the economic calendar remains light. The technical picture is bearish for the pair. EUR/USD is trading around 1.1250, down from an attempt to get closer to 1.1300. A ca…
Currencies are waking up from the long Easter weekend. What levels should we watch? Here is their view, courtesy of eFXdata: EUR/USD: EUR has moved into a consolidation phase. There is not much to add as EUR traded in a quiet manner yesterday and withi…
EUR/USD enjoyed a recovery of sorts during the Easter weekend, reaching 1.1250 and staying away from 1.1200. What’s next? The next moves to the upside may be limited. The Technical Confluences Indicator shows that the pair is struggling around 1….
Crude oil is the mover of the week on supply-side concerns while gold is suffering from buoyant risk appetite. Agricultural commodities remain under pressure amid ample supplies. Energy CRUDE OIL surged to the highest since October 31 yesterday as US President Trump announced that the waivers on Iran sanctions granted to eight oil-importing countries would […]
Daily Markets Broadcast 2019-04-23 Wall Street mixed ahead of earnings deluge It was a mixed performance on Wall Street in holiday-thinned trading, with the US30 and SPX500 declining while the NAS100 index eked out small gains. Oil prices surged as Iran sanction waivers are set to end. US30USD Daily Chart The US30 index touched […]
Prepared by Jeff Halley, Senior Market Analyst US sparks Asia oil rush A jump in oil stocks following the shock ending of the Iran oil waiver programme by the US government could not save Wall Street from a mediocre day. Except for oil prices, trading in major markets definitely had a holiday feel about […]
The Canadian Dollar outperformed as the US sought to end sanction waivers for Iran oil imports. NZD/CAD left at critical turning point as sentiment warns oil price reversal ahead.
The first quarter provided a change in the fundamental backdrop that had most of the major central banks adopt dovish stances, as the financial markets assessed global growth concerns and the effects of trade wars. While US stocks and oil prices had relatively stable rises in the first quarter, currencies provided a much more diverse […]
Despite jolts of volatility for financial markets in 2018, fear of further distress has all but vanished through 2019’s open. Sinking to extreme lows once again, what can we learn from the history of volatility to prepare for the future?