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USD/CAD retraced higher today, but the retrace ended at the 50 hourly SMA Full Article

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BOE governor Baily, said earlier that negative rates are there, but not to touch them Full Article

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EUR/JPY has retraced lower today, but we decided to buy it at MAs, which are providing support Full Article

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Crude oil prices were unable to continue their overnight 5-month high gains, pulling back toward the $ 41.66 level, mainly due to the... Full Article

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Europe's largest economy appears to be showing signs of recovery according to latest economic data. Orders for goods manufactured in Germany Full Article

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Construction activity is surging in the UK as the economy reopens Full Article

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U.S. equities rose on Wednesday as hopes of passing a second stimulus bill far outweighed disappointing employment figures. Full Article

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Brexit uncertainties and the coronavirus pandemic are likely to weaken the Sterling this year, but it could recover the losses and rebound Full Article

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Gold keeps surging after the break of the previous high at $1,911 Full Article

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The AUD/USD pair forms an ascending triangle pattern that supports the Aussie at around 0.7180, with the double top resistance level at 0.72 Full Article

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The broad based weakness in the US dollar continues into Thursday over concerns that economic recovery in the US would take longer than in Full Article

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Prices for the precious metal, gold, continue their bullish trend at around 2,044, and the bullish bias still seems dominant. On the lower.. Full Article

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Gold prices continue to trade unchanged, holding close to record highs on the back of a weak US dollar even as expectations of more stimulus Full Article

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WTI crude oil prices are trading somewhat steady, close to the highest level touched in five months, but remain under pressure as a result Full Article

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It appears that we are going to have an interesting session ahead with US jobs and the BOE the two key events of the day. Full Article

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Despite what the economic data tells us, risk assets such as the AUD/USD keep on pushing higher. Full Article

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While the weekly EIA brief is always a key driver of WTI and the USD/CAD, Thursday's COVID-19 era Jobless Claims reports will be as well. Full Article

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One thing is for sure ― the U.S. stock indices continue to churn higher regardless of economic metrics or the news cycle. Full Article

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US ADP non-farm employment missed expectations for July Full Article

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