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The FED kept rates unchanged yesterday but is looking to keep them higher-for-longer which is bullish for the USD Full Article

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USD/CHF has pushed above 0.90 as we ass the 200 daily SMA after the SNB meeting, which opens the door for further gains Full Article

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The United States Securities and Exchange Commission intends to file additional charges against cryptocurrency exchanges and decentralized f Full Article

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NZD/USD has made a reversal lower after failing at 0.60 despite better GDP figures, as the USD rallies on the FED hawkish hold Full Article

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Yesterday we saw a deeper pullback in crude Oil but MAs held as support and Oil bounced after another drawdown in US EIA crude inventories Full Article

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Yesterday the FED delivered a hawkish pause with the DOT Plot pointing to more rate hikes, today the SNB and the BOE should hike by 25 bps Full Article

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In Thursday's Asian trading session, the Gold price (XAU/USD) exhibited a slight rebound, lifting from its recent slump to approximately $1,928. Full Article

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In Thursday's Asian trading session, the USD/JPY pair experienced a minor retreat from its year-to-date zenith around 148.45, though it demonstrated resilience by remaining above its daily low. Full Article

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Today the FED is expected to keep rates unchanged, but traders are interested in the rhetoric for further hikes ahead with bond yields signa Full Article

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GBP/USD sticking to last week's lows despite a small jump in consumer inflation in August, indicating that the price will head toward 1.20 Full Article

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USD/CAD seems to have turned bearish as Oil prices keep surging, and yesterday's jump in CPI inflation has given further support Full Article

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Markets have been quite this week, trading in a range as we approach the FOMC meeting which will be held later today Full Article

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Gold prices (XAU/USD) remain steady around the $1,930 mark during Wednesday's Asian trading sessions. Full Article

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During Wednesday's Asian trading session, the [[EUR/USD]] pair edges towards recovery, settling around the 1.0680 mark, having retreated from prior losses. Full Article

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Building permits showed a decent jump in August in the US, but housing starts slowed as high interest rates effects filter in the economy Full Article

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NZD/USD continues to remain bearish despite the recent retrace higher, so we decided to open a sell signal below the 20 daily SMA Full Article

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The 20 SMA has turned into resistance for AUD/USD, keeping it bearish, while the RBA minutes didn't help much Full Article

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Yesterday we saw a retrace higher in EUR/USD but MAs will likely keep it down after the inflation report from the Eurozone is released Full Article

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The RBA released it's meeting minutes earlier today, while later we have the last CPI reading from Europe and Canadian CPI inflation Full Article

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