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Europe roundup: Sterling rises above 1.4200, Dollar index subdued ahead of U.S. labor report, European shares bounce back – Thursday, February 1st, 2018

Europe roundup: Sterling rises above 1.4200, Dollar index subdued ahead of U.S. labor report, European shares bounce back – Thursday, February 1st, 2018 Market Roundup United Kingdom Jan Markit/CIPS manufacturing PMI decrease to 55.3 (forecast 56.5 ) vs previous 56.2 (revised from 56.3 ) Greece Jan PMI manufacturing increase to …

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AUD/USD declines for 4th straight session, breaks below 5-dma, bias lower

 AUD/USD declines for 4th straight session, breaks below 5-dma, bias lower AUD/USD accelerated decline on Wednesday on bullish FOMC outcome, slipped below 5-DMA support. Dollar strengthened as Fed said they expect economic conditions to evolve in a manner that will warrant further rate hikes. Aussie sold-off following disappointing Building Permits …

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Asia roundup: Aussie slumps on weaker-than-expected building permits, Dollar index steadies following Federal Open Market Committee policy decision, Asian shares rebound – Thursday, February 1st, 2018

Asia roundup: Aussie slumps on weaker-than-expected building permits, Dollar index steadies following Federal Open Market Committee policy decision, Asian shares rebound – Thursday, February 1st, 2018 Market Roundup Fed leaves rates unchanged, sees inflation rising this year FBI expresses ‘grave concerns’ over Republican memo’s accuracy China Jan Caixin/Markit mfg PMI …

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Americas Dollar turns positive after FED meeting ends, Gold edges lower, Wall street ends little changed, Oil rebounds on gasoline demand, OPEC cuts-february 1st 2018

Americas Dollar turns positive after FED meeting ends, Gold edges lower, Wall street ends little changed, Oil rebounds on gasoline demand, OPEC cuts-february 1st 2018 Market Roundup • Fed holds interest rates steady, sees inflation rising this year. • US Jan ADP National Employment, 234k, 185k forecast, 250k previous, 242k …

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Europe roundup: Sterling trims gains as EU rejects britain’s free trade on financial services proposal, Euro rallies on upbeat CPI figures, markets eye Federal Open Market Committee policy outcome – Wednesday, January 31st, 2018

Europe roundup: Sterling trims gains as EU rejects britain’s free trade on financial services proposal, Euro rallies on upbeat CPI figures, markets eye Federal Open Market Committee policy outcome – Wednesday, January 31st, 2018 Market Roundup Brazil Dec unemployment rate decrease to 11.8 % (forecast 11.9 %) vs previous 12 …

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NZD/USD resumes upside after brief consolidation, eyes 0.7435, good to long dips

 NZD/USD resumes upside after brief consolidation, eyes 0.7435, good to long dips NZD/USD pauses at minor trendline resistance at 0.7393, intraday bias higher. The pair was extending consolidation after hitting 4-month market high of 0.7436 last week. Price action has now resumed upside as markets brush aside Chinese PMI disappointment. …

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AUD/JPY hedging vehicles for risk averse and aggressive traders on bearish risk scenarios

 AUD/JPY hedging vehicles for risk averse and aggressive traders on bearish risk scenarios Bearish AUD scenarios: 1) The unemployment rate moves back towards 5.75%, raising risks that the RBA responds to a weakening labour market; 2) The Fed responds to firm labour market outcomes and above-trend growth by delivering a …

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Asia roundup: Aussie eases on soft inflation figures, Dollar index slumps ahead of Federal Open Market Committee policy decision, Asian shares off record highs – Wednesday, January 31st, 2018

Asia roundup: Aussie eases on soft inflation figures, Dollar index slumps ahead of Federal Open Market Committee policy decision, Asian shares off record highs – Wednesday, January 31st, 2018 Market Roundup Trump pushes hardline immigration policies even as he urges unity China NBS Jan mfg PMI 51.3 (vs f’cast 51.5, …

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Japanese Govt. Bonds gain despite jump in industrial production; investors eye 10-year auction

Japanese Govt. Bonds gain despite jump in industrial production; investors eye 10-year auction Japanese government bonds gained even as the country’s industrial output grew in December at the fastest pace in eight months, and up for a third straight month, in a sign that its humming factories have likely driven …

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