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Gold price (XAU/USD) balances below $2,400 in Wednesday’s European session.

South Africa Retail Sales (YoY) climbed from previous -2.1% to -0.8% in February

United States MBA Mortgage Applications climbed from previous 0.1% to 3.3% in April 12

The NZD/USD pair extends its recovery to the round-level resistance of 0.5900 in Wednesday’s European session.

Natural Gas (XNG/USD) trades flat in a narrow range on Wednesday, digesting the overnight headlines that came out about lingering tensions

GBP/USD gained traction in the early European session on Wednesday and climbed above 1.2450.

The Mexican Peso (MXN) is trending lower in the majority of its most heavily traded pairs on Wednesday.

Analysts at TD Securities note that UK inflation data came in stronger than expected in March, with headline inflation falling to

The Pound Sterling (GBP) rebounds strongly in Wednesday’s London session as the United Kingdom Office for National Statistics (ONS) reported that

West Texas Intermediate (WTI), futures on NYMEX, drop slightly to the crucial support of $85.00 in the European session on Wednesday.

EUR/USD trades slightly down on Wednesday in the lower 1.0600s, as it clocks up a sixth consecutive day of losses.

Function - Counter trend. Mode - Corrective. Structure - Emerging Zigzag.

US Rates Strategists at TD Securities (TDS) express their concerns over ballooning US deficits and their impact on the Treasury market.

Silver prices (XAG/USD) rose on Wednesday, according to FXStreet data.

USD/CAD retreats from a five-month high of 1.3846 reached on Tuesday.

The Bank of Japan’s hands-off approach fuels Japanese Yen weakness across a range of currency markets.

Headline and core measures of UK inflation (March) declined when compared to a year ago but failed to meet expectations. Fuel

Gold and silver have long held an allure for traders seeking stability and potential profit in the tumultuous world of finance.

The U.S. dollar gained on Tuesday on the back of steadily rising U.S. Treasury yields, with the 2-year note coming within

This article explores retail sentiment on three markets: silver, NZD/USD, and EUR/CHF, with a focus on identifying potential directional moves via

The precious metal has withdrawn from the spike high but is yet to suggest a deep retracement lies ahead. Israel-Iran tension

In times of economic uncertainty and global turmoil, investors often seek out safe haven assets to protect their wealth and minimize

The greenback appears to be buoyed by a recent safe haven bid amid the Israel-Iran conflict. The dollar remains strong at

The UK jobs market is getting tougher, adding pressure on the Bank of England to cut interest rates. Wednesday’s UK inflation

This article examines the technical outlook for the U.S. dollar, analyzing price action dynamics and possible scenarios for three of the

A safe haven boost and better-than-expected US retail sales data added pressure on the beleaguered yen, sending USD/JPY just shy of

News sources are reporting that multiple issuers have been given approval to launch spot Bitcoin and Ethereum ETFs in Hong Kong.

​​Outlook on FTSE 100, DAX 40 and Nasdaq 100 amid escalating tensions in the Middle East alongside US Q1 earnings season.

The Aussie dollar typically acts as a sentiment gauge, following the S&P 500. Risks of a broader conflict in the Middle

The US dollar powered ahead in the second half of the week after the latest CPI reading showed US nudging higher.

Copper continues to be supported by favourable fundamentals although the latest rally is starting to look a bit exhausted. The supporting

Prior +0.1%Market index 202.1 vs 195.7 priorPurchase index 145.6 vs 138.7 priorRefinance index 500.7 vs 498.3 prior30-year mortgage rate 7.13% vs

Iran-Israel tensions are casting a dark shadow over the market, providing what can be argued as a timely retracement in equities

The recent price action in Crude Oil indicates that the market needs some rest as we haven’t seen a sustained rally

The dollar is slightly lower across the board so far today, as the bulls look to be taking a bit of

Prior +2.6%Core CPI +2.9% vs +2.9% y/y prelimPrior +3.1%No changes to the initial estimates as core annual inflation dips just under

Very soon, on April 19, to be exact, the long-awaited Bitcoin halving will take place. After that, rewards to miners will

GBPThe BoE left interest rates unchanged as expected but with Haskel and Mann this time voting for a hold instead of

That is keeping things a bit more interesting to start European trading at least. Yesterday featured more of a push and

According to the Japan National Tourism Organisation, the number of foreign visitors for business and leisure rose to 3.08 million in

Important for currencies to move in a stable manner, reflecting fundamentalsRapid FX moves are undesirableThe same old, same old. As mentioned,

Eurostoxx flatGermany DAX +0.1%France CAC 40 +0.4%UK FTSE -0.1%Spain IBEX +0.2%Italy FTSE MIB +0.2%It's still all to play for with US

USDThe Fed left interest rates unchanged as expected at the last meeting with basically no change to the statement. The Dot

To be honest, the reaction here is a little surprising as the inflation numbers were just a slight beat on estimates.

Eamonn provided some colour to that during the release at the time already:"Newswires published the q/q initially at +6.8% q/q. Which

Dollar Rally Cooling Off, Kiwi Rebounds Post-CPI

Dollar’s rally appeared to be slowing a little despite extended rally in benchmark treasury yields, the selloff in US stocks could

Euro Sees Modest Recovery Amid Improved Economic Sentiment, Canadian Down after CPI

Euro rises broadly today, lifted by significant improvement in economic sentiment indicators from Germany and the broader Eurozone. Despite these positive

Dollar Maintains Dominance as Global Markets Wrestle with Risk Aversion

Dollar is capitalizing on its strong position and extends its rally om Asian session today, as risk aversion grips global markets.

Strong Retail Sales Spur Brief Dollar Bounce; More Consolidations First?

Dollar bounces slightly in early US trading following unexpectedly strong retail sales data. However, there is no clear follow through buying

Yen Hits 34-Year Low Against Dollar Amid Inaction from Japanese Authorities

The forex markets are primarily focused on Yen’s continued broad-based decline as another trading week commences. In particular, the Japanese currency

Bets on June Fed Rate Cut Abandoned, Dollar Asserts Dominance

The financial markets were jolted last week by data confirming the stall in disinflation progress in the US. This development prompted

Persistent Dollar Rally Accompanied by Yen and Franc Comebacks

Dollar’s rally presses on today and extends into early US session, reflecting continued strength even after a period of brief consolidation.

Dollar Holds Gains, Gold Hits Record, Sterling Awaits UK GDP

The forex markets turned quieter in Asian session today with minimal movements. Dollar is consolidating this week’s strong gain but there

Euro Declines After ECB Opens Door for Rate Cuts, Dollar Eases Following PPI Data

Euro weakens broadly following ECB’s decision to maintain interest rates unchanged, coupled with explicit suggestions of a potential rate cut ahead.

Dollar Holds Strong as June Rate Cut Expectations Wane; ECB to be Non-Event

Dollar remains firm in Asian session after the strong post-CPI rally. US stocks were deeply sold off as a June Fed

US CPI Sparks Strong Dollar Rebound, USD/JPY Breaks 152

Dollar is having a strong, broad-based rebound in early US session, driven by upside surprises in CPI data. The concern for

Kiwi Rallies on RBNZ’s Hawkish Hold; US CPI and BoC Next

New Zealand Dollar rises broadly in Asian session following RBNZ’s decision to keep interest rates steady. The central bank’s “limited tolerance”

Dollar Declines Without Clear Cause: Strategic Positioning Before Inflation Data?

Dollar falls broadly today and stays weak as markets enter into US session. The underlying cause of this sell-off remains somewhat

Kiwi Unfazed by Business Confidence Slide, Aussie Maintains Solid Ground

New Zealand Dollar traded broadly higher in Asian session, despite revelation of significant downturn in business confidence for Q1. Kiwi bears

Swiss Franc and Yen Soft on Rising Yields and Metals

Benchmark treasury yields in US and Europe rise notably in a day of relatively slow news flow.  At the same time,

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