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The current week is all about fundamentals, especially the US FOMC & NFP are at the top of the list. These events are too good to miss! Full Article

4 Wks.

The Japanese yen is going nowhere against Euro and continues to trade in a tight trading range of 125 - 123.250 over the last three weeks. Full Article

1 month

The BOJ also kept its short-term interest rate target at -0.1%, reinforcing the sentiment it's not in a rush to exit the ultraloose policy. Full Article

1 month

As expected the BOJ hasn't made any changes to their current monetary policy. Full Article

1 month

Kuroda recognizes that the expansion of cross-border transactions of goods, services, and finance will benefit all countries. Full Article

1 month

The Asian session is bit mute but the investors are looking up to the European inflation figures. Full Article

1 month

The first full week of 2019 is likely to bring some action with the FOMC Meeting Minutes, US inflation, BOC Rate Decision and the UK GDP. Full Article

2 Mo.

Kuroda says, the markets somewhat rough, affected by unexpected overseas developments. Full Article

2 Mo.

The Aussie experienced some of the biggest intra-day slumps in its history, falling 5% against yen and almost 4% against the US dollar... Full Article

2 Mo.

The Bank of Japan board members acknowledged that continued downward pressure on financial institutions profits could cause the risk of a... Full Article

2 Mo.

Today is the last trading day of the month as the markets will be closed due to Christmas holidays. Good thing is, we have series of top... Full Article

2 Mo.

The Bank of Japan sustained its ultra-loose monetary policy on Thursday and reaffirmed its outlook the economy is on a firm standing, even.. Full Article

2 Mo.

In this update, I'm going to highlight few low and medium impact economic events which may cause 30/40 pips to move on its release. Let's... Full Article

2 Mo.

It's a last trading week of Dec as most of the brokers and financial institutions will be off in the wake of Christmas holidays. However... Full Article

2 Mo.

The US economy will be releasing Prelim GDP which usually drives an immense amount of volatility in the market. The US gross domestic... Full Article

3 Mo.
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