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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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Yesterday we saw a surge in risk assets while the USD tumbled lower after the softer US CPI inflation numbers Full Article

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USD/CHF has turned bearish at the 100 SMA after Powell's comments yesterday and sellers seem to be in control after the CPI report Full Article

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Yesterday we saw a cool-off in German and Spanish consumer inflation, so today's Eurozone CPI report should be softer too Full Article

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Yesterday the positive US retail sales for October improved the sentiment for the USD, so if the manufacturing figures come positive today t Full Article

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Despite falling from a three-month high in early Wednesday morning Europe, the GBP/USD seesaws around 1.1870, attempting to defend the bulls Full Article

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Gold continues to make gains today, so we decided to open another buy Gold signal after a slight retreat lower Full Article

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Yesterday was inflation day with the UK, Eurozone and Canadian CPI report being released, while today we had the Chinese GDP Full Article

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CPI inflation came stronger than expected in Canada and the 100 SMA was providing resistance, so we decided to open a sell signal in USD/CAD Full Article

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Yesterday the sentiment turned slightly negative although volatility was low, while today we have a number of CPI reports to be released Full Article

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GBP/USD traders will be eagerly watching today's British inflation data. The cost of living in the United Kingdom, as reflected by the CPI Full Article

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Yesterday risk assets turned bullish as market sentiment improved on the stabilization of bond yields Full Article

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Last week we saw a dive in the USD and a surge in risk assets after the US CPI report, but markets have reversed now and the USD remains bul Full Article

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The USD jumped and then crashed on Thursday after the US CPI inflation report, but yesterday it resumed the uptrend again Full Article

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