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In Friday's session, the NZD/USD sustained its downward momentum, dropping by 0.65% to touch 0.6010.

In Friday's session, The Australian Dollar (AUD) saw considerable losses against the USD, falling by 0.30% to 0.6690.

In Friday's trading session, the NZD/JPY pair extended its losses and slumped to 94.65, marking a 0.50% decline.

Gold price sinks by more than 1.50% on Friday and hovers around $2,400 as traders book profits ahead of the weekend.

The Pound Sterling (GBP) extends its correction against the majority of its peers in Friday’s New York session.

United Kingdom CFTC GBP NC Net Positions: £132.9K vs £84.7K

United States CFTC Gold NC Net Positions rose from previous $254.8K to $285K

Eurozone CFTC EUR NC Net Positions rose from previous €3.6K to €24.7K

United States CFTC Oil NC Net Positions: 287.6K vs 283.9K

United States CFTC S&P 500 NC Net Positions dipped from previous $-55K to $-65.4K

Japan CFTC JPY NC Net Positions: ¥-151.1K vs ¥-182K

Australia CFTC AUD NC Net Positions climbed from previous $2.4K to $11.1K

In Friday's session, the AUD/JPY pair has resumed its downtrend, declining by 0.20% to reach 105.25.

On Friday, the US Dollar measured by the DXY index continued its rebound beyond the 104.00 mark, reaching 104.30, despite persistent

The Mexican Peso prolongs its agony against the US Dollar and dips some 0.16% during the North American session, hurt by

Gold is trading back around the $2,400/oz. level after posting a fresh multi-decade high earlier this week. The backdrop for the

The European Central Bank left policy rates unchanged earlier, inline with market expectations, with the September meeting, and updated staff projections,

UK jobs data came in largely in line with expectations with the unemployment rate remaining at 4.4% while average earnings eased

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UK inflation remained little changed in June with higher hotel and restaurant costs underpinning last month’s data.

Gold is within touching distance of posting a fresh all-time high as US interest rate cut bets increase

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Markets now fully price in a rate cut from the Fed as soon as September after US CPI continued to show

Bitcoin and Ethereum both rallied sharply over the weekend and continue to push higher today. The weekend rally has turned the

There is a lot going on next week including the latest ECB rate decision, a raft of high importance economic data,

Sterling has had a great run this month, and retains a lot of fundamental support. However it is perhaps in need

The Japanese Yen rallied sharply against the US dollar Thursday after weaker-than-expected US inflation data sent the greenback tumbling. Did the

The US dollar fell sharply after the latest US CPI data showed inflation easing by more than forecast. US stocks and

The bond market is usually the first to figure things out but even it's struggling with the political turmoil and economic

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The People's Bank of China announces the 1- and 5-year loan prime rates on Monday,The announcement is usually on the 20th,

Canada May retail sales -0.8% vs -0.6% expectedBiden's family has started discussing his exit plan - reportCanada industrial product prices for

The bad news is that it was the worst week for the Nasdaq since April. The good news is that after

Credit Agricole sees GBP as one of the best-performing G10 currencies, despite recent setbacks due to returning risk aversion and stickier-than-expected

The oil market has been in a tough spot. The macro is deteriorating and hopes for Chinese stimulus are fading. At

Where do you hide today?Bonds are downMegacap tech is downStocks are down across the boardGold is downCommodities are all down, including

Overnight Crowdstrike uploaded an update that crashed Microsoft products and in turn many businesses. I am still having some issues with

The AUDUSD is lower this week, but as the week works toward the close, the AUDUSD is running into a cluster

The "calls to quit" line gets longer with Dem Senator Heinrich, and then you watch GOP Nominee Trump ramble and ramble

Late selling led to the STOXX 600 closing near the session lows and also at the lowest closing level since May

The USDCAD has climbed higher during the North American session following weaker-than-expected retail sales earlier today. This, coupled with a weaker

Representatives Jared Huffman of California, Marc Veasey of Texas, Mark Pocan of Wisconsin and Jesus “Chuy” Garcia of Illinois issued a

Fed remains committed to achieving the 2% inflation targetPrice stability is key to financial stabilityLonger run trends affecting R-star are still

Dollar Gains on Risk Aversion Amid Quiet Trading

Risk aversion continues to support Dollar in relatively quiet trading today. Both Sterling and Canadian Dollar weakened mildly after worse-than-expected retail

Dollar Strengthens as DOW Plunges; Yen Struggles to Extend Rally

Dollar rebounded broadly overnight following steep 500+ point selloff in DOW. Some analysts cited rotation away from big tech as the

Subdued Forex Trading as ECB Holds Rates Steady

Trading in the forex markets has been relatively subdued today. ECB’s decision to hold interest rates steady was widely expected, and

Euro Mixed as ECB Rate Decision Looms

While Euro maintains its strength against Dollar, its performance is more mixed against other major currencies. The market’s attention is now

Yen Jumps Amid Rumored Intervention; Pound Rises with Fading BoE Rate Cut Hopes

Yen surged significantly against all major currencies during European session, with speculation on whether Japan has intervened again in the markets.

Sterling Steady, Kiwi Rebounds, Gold Hits Record

Forex markets have been relatively subdued today. Sterling remains steady after June’s UK CPI data revealed that both headline and core

Dollar Gains After Retail Sales Boost; Gold Nears New Record

Dollar bounces higher in early US session, buoyed by stronger-than-expected retail sales data. This resilience in consumer spending comes despite the

Yen Softens as Rebound Fades; Loonie Looks to Canadian CPI

Yen weakened broadly during Asian session today, giving back some of last week’s strong gains that were reportedly driven by Japan’s

Calm Markets Await Powell’s Insights on Disinflation and Rate Cuts

Global financial markets lack clear direction today. Major European stock indexes are trading slightly lower, while US futures indicate a modestly

Weaker China GDP Dampens Sentiment; ECB and Global Inflation Data Highlight the Week

Asian markets began the week with a cautious tone, as weaker-than-expected GDP growth from China dampened investor sentiment, even though the

Dollar Plummets as Markets Brace for Double or Even Triple Fed Rate Cuts This Year

Dollar weakened broadly last weeks market expectations on Fed’s policy path shifted dramatically. The June US CPI report continued the narrative

Dollar Softens Post-PPI Release, Yet Selling Momentum Remains Limited

Dollar is under some selling pressure in early US session despite stronger-than-expected PPI readings. However, downside momentum of the greenback is

Yen’s Sharp Rally Pauses, Japan Declines to Confirm Intervention

Japanese Yen is currently the best performer of the week, bolstered by alleged intervention by Japanese authorities overnight. Both Finance Minister

Fed Sep Cut Now Realistic after US CPI; Japan Intervenes to Boost Yen?

Dollar tumbled sharply in early US session following lower-than-expected consumer inflation readings. Headline CPI showed its first month-over-month decline since early

Dollar Mixed with Inflation Data on Deck; Sterling Maintains Lead

Dollar weakened notably against Sterling and Aussie overnight, but held steady against other currencies. Market focus is now on the upcoming

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