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The US Dollar has been trying to make a comeback this week, helped by the stronger PCE inflation yesterday but has turned lower today Full Article

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The bearish reversing chart pattern in AUD/USD continues to unfold, with the AUD to USD falling 100 pips lower and breaking below 0.65 Full Article

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Inflation is expected to soften further in Europe, while we also have manufacturing data coming from China and the US Full Article

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The US core and headline PCE data meeting expectations has provided relief to the market, weakening CHF to USD. The Swiss Franc moved higher Full Article

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The AUD to USD rate increased 1.50 cents earlier this month as AUD/USD retraced higher, but it seems like retrace is over and sellers are... Full Article

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Trade deficit has been declining in Canada, and today the trend continued, but the CAD to USD rate didn't reflect much, as USD/CAD trades... Full Article

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The Euro to USD range remains in consolidation mode as EUR/USD traders between 1.08 and 1.09, with investors awaiting more key data releases Full Article

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The New Zealand dollar weakened against other major currencies in the Asian session on Wednesday, after the New Zealand's central bank left the benchmark interest rate unchanged for the fifth straight... Full Article

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Malaysia's currency ringgit is undervalued and should be trading higher given the economic fundamentals, the country's central bank said Tuesday as it tries to prop up the currency that is trading nea... Full Article

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The Japanese Yen saw a strong surge in December as BOJ winked at a rate hike, but they have backtracked and the JPY remains... Full Article

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This month the Euro to Pound rate has been steady, but MAs are still acting as resistance where we decided to sell EUR?GBP yesterday Full Article

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The euro to dollar rate has been on an uptrend for two weeks as risk sentiment improves and ECB's Lagarde is helping too Full Article

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The EUR to USD rate has been increasing and this morning buyers pushed the price close to 1.09 after Eurozone services PMI came at 50 points Full Article

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USD/CAD jumped 50 pips higher despite stronger December retail sales from Canada, but January's projections are negative Full Article

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The GBP (British Pound) has been one of the strongest currencies since Q3 of 2024, with the Bank of England keeping the sentiment for GBP... Full Article

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Today the attention will shift to services and manufacturing PMI numbers, but don't forget the US unemployment claims Full Article

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Australia wages numbers showed a nice jump in January, overtaking the increase in inflation, but AUD to USD ratio is holding stable Full Article

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The Japanese yen is pulling ahead of the dollar, along with the euro as the dollar struggles to retain its strength today. . Full Article

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NZD/USD has shown lack of direction, with the NZD to USD ratio fluctuating in a 100 pip range, while the RBNZ hasn't mentioned rate cuts yet Full Article

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