Today, the Canadian economy will be releasing the high impact Core Retail Sales and Retail Sales figures. Let's keep a close eye on Canadian currency pairs to spot more trading opportunities.
Today we don't have many economic events to watch, therefore, It's highly recommended to closely monitor the U.S New Home Sales and Consumer Confidence to determine further trends.
This week, the French presidential elections and the ECB Monetary Policy decision, both are likely to dominate much of the market trends for this week along with other geopolitical issues between the North Korean and the U.S.
The British PM decided to play her hand and raise the stakes this week by announcing general elections on June 8th. GBP surged unexpectedly and pulled the Euro higher, but we still had a good run with our forex signals.
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Friday often comes with huge volatility as most of traders try to offset their positions before the weekend. Consequently, we can trade gold in three ways!
Today, all eyes will be on the Philly Fed Manufacturing Index as well as the Unemployment Claims figures from the United States. Is it worth to be traded?
Today we may see another wave of volatility in response to updates about the upcoming general elections in the United Kingdom. Stay tuned for the latest updates!
This was another quiet week but Trump added spice, as usual. China is not a currency manipulator anymore, as long as it suits Trump´s agenda, but it´s the Yen that is reaping all the benefits.
The French Presidential election and global uncertainties caused by the United States, North Korea, and Syria are likely to prevail in the market in the absence of major macroeconomic events this week,