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Yesterday the comments from FED members and the US data helped the USD further, so today's we might see that repeat again Full Article

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EUR/USD feeling weak at parity once again as German economy falls in contraction according to Bundesbank Full Article

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EUR/USD has been quite bullish once again today and we decided to open a buy forex signal during this retreat lower Full Article

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Last week central banks continued the rate hike frenzy, while this week the attention will shift to inflation figures Full Article

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Yesterday's comments by ECB's Christine Lagarde sent the Euro lower, so let's see if she will have another negative impact today Full Article

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The ECB raised main refinancing interest rate by 0.75% but EUR/USD headed lower after Lagarde's press conference Full Article

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The ECB is expected to deliver a 0.75% rate hike this month, but the Euro remains bearish as energy prices keep surging Full Article

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EUR/USD has retraced higher but MAs are acting as resistance, so we decided to open a sell signal here Full Article

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Inflation jumped to 9.1% in Europe, with the prospects of increasing further as food and energy prices soar, but the Euro remains weak Full Article

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EUR/USD still looks weak despite the ECB starting to raise rates recently and they're still thinking about picking up the pace Full Article

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Euro Future Looks Bleak As European Politicians Start Energy Rationing on their People Full Article

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The Ifo German business climate index posted another disappointing number, confirming that Europe is heading into recession Full Article

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Last week the attention of the markets was on the ECB which delivered a 50 bps rate hike, this week it's FED's turn to raise rates again Full Article

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Crude Oil has been finding it hard to stay above $100 recently and we decided to open two Oil signals today Full Article

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Eurozone manufacturing fell in contraction this month while recession is heading there, which points toward recession Full Article

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