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If .9800 is taken out in the USD/CHF, look for a test of July’s opening GAP between .9779 and .9974 to come sooner rather than later. Full Article

11 hours

The daily uptrend in the September USD Index remains valid, as rates are holding firm above the 38% Current Wave Retracement (96.495). Full Article

12 hours

the USD turned pretty bearish last night after Williams' dovish comments, but Bullard has reversed it back up Full Article

13 hours

The S&P 500 is back in the neighborhood of all-time highs, a welcomed sight for equities bulls following a challenging four days of trade. Full Article

13 hours

GBP/USD surged last night after Williams' dovish remarks, but he surge stalled at the 100 SMA and this pair is now reversing lower Full Article

17 hours

EUR/USD surged on Williams' comments yesterday, but it stopped at the 1.1280 resistance and Bullards comments are pushing it down now Full Article

17 hours

The U.S. dollar slipped dramatically during the previous session as traders seem to price in Federal Reserve officials propped expectations. Full Article

20 hours

At press time, the crypto bulls are back and flexing in the BTC market. Prices have raced north 8% over the past 24 hours. Full Article

1 day

The past 48 hours have produced a 44 pip trading range in the EUR/USD. At this point, the market structure is becoming extremely compressed. Full Article

1 day

With trading volumes being firmly dominated by the September issue, it is time to bid farewell to August WTI crude oil futures. Full Article

2 days

Today’s early action on Wall Street has been bearish, with the DJIA in danger of posting a third-straight losing session. Full Article

2 days

GBP/USD has retraced higher, edging closer to 1.25 where we are looking to sell this pair Full Article

2 days

Earnings and inflation look great for the UK, but the real economy is not doing so well and retail sales will show that today Full Article

2 days

Sometimes, the forex is simply quiet. This is exactly what we have seen today ― range bound action for a majority of currency pairings. Full Article

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Given the current expansion of U.S. GDP and record-low unemployment rates, shouldn’t new construction be strong? Full Article

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