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The return of big money equities players from the Columbus Day recess has been a good thing for U.S. stocks and the NASDAQ. Full Article

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October has been a big month for USD/JPY bulls, with rates moving higher by 75+ pips after reversing initial bearish action. Full Article

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At this juncture, optimism over a U.K./E.U. Brexit deal is the primary driver of price action in the EUR/USD. Full Article

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This week’s action is going to be closely linked to corporate earnings, U.S./China trade news, and Trump impeachment proceedings. Full Article

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The employment and earnings have been pretty strong in the UK despite the economic weakness, but they are starting to soften now Full Article

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Gold turned bullish in the last few days, but the 100 SMA is providing resistance and the bigger trend is still down Full Article

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Bullard is the most dovish member of the FED. But he mentioned rate hikes today, instead of further cuts. Full Article

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NZD/USD made another retrace higher this month, but the 50 SMA might have ended it already Full Article

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Today, most of the focus will remain on the labor market report from the United Kingdom and Inflation figures from New Zealand.... Full Article

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Prices of Bitcoin (BTC) are in bearish territory on the daily chart, with a move beneath $8000 appearing to be probable. Full Article

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North America is off for Columbus Day, but the USD has found a few bids. Full Article

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Last Thursday and Friday brought an epic sell-off to the USD/CAD. Rates fell more than 150 pips in a furious late-week bear run. Full Article

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WTI crude oil closed last week with a bang, posting three straight winning sessions. Now, the dynamic has shifted. Full Article

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BOE's Cunliffe made some dovish comments, but the GBP has turned bullish again after bouncing off the 50 hourly SMA Full Article

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If you are trading the u.S. indices, be on the lookout for volatility to increase as institutional traders return to Wall Street on Tuesday. Full Article

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