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Ethereum has retreated lower but it is finding support at the 50 SMA on the H4 chart and the interest from institutional investors is up Full Article

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Bank of Canada is expected to hike rates but slow the pace to 25 bps, which might not be enough to keep the CAD bullish Full Article

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Last week markets turned choppy after risk assets turned higher early this month n we expect the choppy price action to continue this week Full Article

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Yesterday risk sentiment turned negative after the initial jump post US retail sales, the bullish momentum in risk assets is resuming again Full Article

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Yesterday the USD resumed the decline again after soft December retail sales, although they were skewed by cold winter Full Article

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The USD has been bearish this year as the data softens, so let's see if the retail sales and producer inflation will improve the sentiment Full Article

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Cryptocurrencies have been on a strong bearish trend since November 2021, but they made a bullish reversal this year which is picking up pac Full Article

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Risk sentiment remained positive last week, sending the USD lower and cryptos higher, while today is expected to be a relatively quiet day Full Article

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Headline inflation slowed again in December but core CPI ticked higher which means that gas prices are falling, but it should help the US co Full Article

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Most markets tried to adjust yesterday ahead of today's US inflation report for December which is expected to slow to 6.5% Full Article

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Cryptocurrencies retreated lower in the last two weeks of December after the last round of central bank buying but they turned bullish last Full Article

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Last week traders focused on the economic data once again, after the Christmas period pause Full Article

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The USD has started to reverse higher after retreating for several months as the economic data improves and today we have NFP and ISM servic Full Article

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Cryptocurrencies endured some heavy losses in the first half of 2022, although the decline lost momentum in the second half Full Article

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Inflation and central bank rate hikes were the main theme for 2022, while in 2023 the global economy and a possible recession are on the car Full Article

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