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The USD has been beaten up all week, but it is attracting some decent bids today at last Full Article

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There was much anticipation for forex markets, but it appears that overall Central Banks have delivered a far more dovish outlook than most Full Article

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This week we’ve seen a number of Central Banks continue to trend of shifting their policy outlook to one that is more neutral. The ECB was t Full Article

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Most of the focus today will be on ECB and what Mario Draghi and his men have in store for us. Full Article

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EUR/CHF has declining in the last few days until yesterday, but the 50 SMA caught up and provided support, reversing the price higher Full Article

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The common theme that we’ve been seeing from Central Banks recently is that despite their want to ‘normalise’ interest rates, the state of t Full Article

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For all the positive headlines that were rolling out on trade and earnings on Monday, it appears the market wasn’t all that interested. Full Article

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EUR/CHF is still slipping lower as the decline in the Euro continues. But, the 50 SMA has caught up and it should provide some support now Full Article

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The week has started with all guns blazing, lead by a report that the US and China are making progress on a trade deal. Full Article

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It is no surprise that the Eurozone economy is still struggling. Inflation has been on of the big issues that Mario Draghi has had to deal w Full Article

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EUR/CHF has retraced back to the support zone and we just went long again for the third time right now Full Article

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EUR/CHF turned bullish yesterday, but it has returned back where it was during the night, so we decided to buy it once again. Full Article

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US Federal Reserve Chairman Powell will head to Capitol Hill today to testify before Congress. Full Article

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It might only be a Monday, but we are already seeing some developments on the geopolitical front that might spark markets early on. Full Article

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It's not surprising that the Eurozone economy has been struggling in recent years and there are still plenty of worries. Full Article

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