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NZD/USD has been really bearish during the last month, so we decided to take another shot selling this pair after the retrace higher Full Article

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Risk assets are seeing a bounce today, with stock markets and cryptocurrencies reversing higher Full Article

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Stock markets, commodities, commodity dollars and cryptocurrencies all tumbled lower yesterday, resuming last week's downtrend Full Article

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It's a bullish start to the day for leading commodity currencies AUD and NZD on Wednesday as they rally higher amid a sell-off in the safe Full Article

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It's a bearish start to the final day of 2021 for leading commodity currencies AUD and NZD as fresh COVID-19 cases across Australia climb Full Article

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Business conditions across Australia are on the uptick as the nation eases COVID-19 restrictions and reopens its economy, especially across Full Article

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The US dollar continues to remain in favor among investors against other leading currencies, including safe haven Japanese yen as fears Full Article

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The US dollar's weakness extends into Thursday as an improvement in risk sentiment among investors drive them towards commodity currencies Full Article

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The US dollar is trading weaker against its riskier counterparts as the market sentiment turns positive over hopes that the global economy Full Article

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NZD/USD is finding solid support on MAS in the H1 chart Full Article

1 year

NZD/USD has retreated lower, but the 50 SMA is holding as support on the H4 chart Full Article

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Markets haven't been responding to minor data all that much recently as sentiment has been the most important factor recently. Full Article

2 years

Markets turned bullish after Trump's comments on China didn't sound too harsh Full Article

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AUD/USD is trading bullish, rising to the highest levels seen in nearly six weeks early on Tuesday over rising optimism about economic Full Article

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GBP/USD trading somewhat steady after weakening slightly in the previous session after the UK indicated an extension of the lockdown for at Full Article

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