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EUR/USD retraced almost one cent higher yesterday as risk sentiment improved, the overall trend remains bearish Full Article

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The unemployment claims beat expectations again yesterday as they came at 204K showing that the labour market remains in decent shape Full Article

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During Friday's Asian trading session, the EUR/USD pair displayed hesitation in building on its recent rebound from just beneath Full Article

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EUR/GBP retreated from above 0.87 yesterday again and we decided to buy this pullback for the second time Full Article

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In the early Asian trading hours on Thursday, the EUR/USD pair's momentum dwindles around the 1.0500 mark. Full Article

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Minneapolis FED President, Neel Kashkari has been quite vocal about further rate hikes in the last two days, helping keep the USD bullish Full Article

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The FED is looking at the US Conference Board consumer confidence and new home sales to see where the economy stands Full Article

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During Tuesday's Asian trading window, the EUR/USD exhibited resilience, hovering around the 1.0590 mark, despite facing headwinds. Full Article

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EUR/GBP has reversed from above 0.87 as the Euro resumes decline on softer economic indicators and dovish ECB comments Full Article

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EUR/USD should break below 1.06 this week with the business climate and inflation softening further in September Full Article

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This week we had another positive jobs reports from the US, which shows that this sector remains in good shape, keeping the economy afloat Full Article

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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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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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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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This week we have the FED and the BOJ which are expected to keep the policy unchanged, while the SNB is expected to deliver another rate hik Full Article

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Commodity dollars and other risk assets closed a bullish week as markets grow increasingly convinced that the US economy will avoid recessio Full Article

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The USD continues to push higher as the unemployment claims confirm that the jobs sector is in decent shape in the US Full Article

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Yesterday the economic data showed further resilience in the US economy, which supported the USD while the Euro tumbled after the ECB Full Article

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The EUR/USD pair experienced a dip despite a 25 basis points rate increase by the European Central Bank (ECB) on Thursday. Full Article

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