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The broad-based U.S. dollar is going to end this week on the bullish track as investors started to prefer the safe-haven assets in the wake. Full Article

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EUR/GBP has retraced higher today, but we decided to sell this pair at the 50 SMA on the H1 chart Full Article

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During Friday's Asian trading hours, the WTI crude oil succeeded in extending its overnight winning streak and edged higher towards above mi Full Article

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Asian stocks, US equity futures and Treasury yields retreated on Friday as investors continued to scrutinize President-elect Joe Biden's exp Full Article

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During Friday's early Asian trading session, the yellow metal managed to stop its overnight losing streak and drew some modest bids around a Full Article

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Jerome Powell took a dovish tone at today’s Princeton University Bendheim Center for Finance virtual chat. Full Article

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While there are no certainties with the incoming Biden administration, the table is set for a massive post-Trump COVID-19 stimulus package. Full Article

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USD/CHF has retraced higher today, but let's see if the 200 SMA will reverse it back down Full Article

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The AUD/USD pair was closed at 0.77333 after placing a high of 0.77811 and a low of 0.77211. The AUD/USD pair suffered on Wednesday amid the Full Article

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Exports out of China registered a growth during the month of December as external demand improved despite the coronavirus pandemic around Full Article

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Today in the Asian trading session, the WTI crude oil failed to extend its previous day winning streak and drew some offers near below the $ Full Article

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Gold prices were closed at 1844.88 after placing a high of 1862.98 and a low of 1841.82. On Wednesday, gold prices fell as the US dollar rec Full Article

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US Markets were relatively unchanged overnight as most of the headlines continue to come from lawmakers in Washington. Full Article

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Markets appear to be in wait and see mode at the moment as we all sit back and await the next week. Full Article

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At press time, a second Trump impeachment is in the works. For the USD/CHF, the news cycle has meant whipsaw trade and a noncommittal tone. Full Article

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The Bank of Japan is likely to revise economic forecasts for the world's third largest economy lower in the wake of the ongoing coronavirus Full Article

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The GBP/USD is trading sideways below an immediate resistance level of 1.3698 level. The U.S. dollar is fell almost 0.3% on Tuesday against Full Article

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During Wednesday's Asian trading hours, the WTI crude oil prices managed to recover its previous week winning streak and hit the multi-month Full Article

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Production of high and benchmark Treasury notes in US stocks remained at a 10-month high as investors boosted the prospects for economic rec Full Article

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Gold prices were closed at 1854.45 after placing a high of 1863.74 and a low of 1836.83. After falling for four consecutive sessions, gold p Full Article

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