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Early on Wednesday morning, 10-year Treasury note yield fell to around 2.4139% Full Article

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It's gonna be a busy Friday as we have U.K.'s GDP, U.S. CPI, and speeches from central bank officials. Buckle up for the... Full Article

2 Wks.

After Trump announced a hike on tariffs from 10% to 25% on $200 billion worth of Chinese goods, the yield on the 10-year Treasury note ticke Full Article

2 Wks.

Strong economic numbers coming out of the US are also boosting the dollar's dominance over other currencies, at least in the short term. Full Article

3 Wks.

Traders are waiting for the FOMC and for the NFP later this week before entering into bullish positions in [[DXY]]. Full Article

3 Wks.

The greenback continues a day in a bullish format against a basket of currencies. In the absence of major economic events today... Full Article

1 month

On the economic front, traders will have an opportunity to assess the health of the world’s biggest economy on the release of US labor... Full Article

2 Mo.

The Organization for Economic Co-Operation & Development (OECD) lowered estimates for the global economy for the current year 2019 and next Full Article

3 Mo.

Today's main events are the monetary policy decision from the Bank of Canada, crude oil inventories and ADP Nonfarm employment change... Full Article

3 Mo.

The BOE Governor and the MPC (Monitory Policy Committee) are gonna testify on the inflation report before the parliament. What to expect? Full Article

3 Mo.

Technically, March British pound FX futures are in a furious downtrend. Since 25 January, price has fallen more than 300 ticks. Full Article

3 Mo.

The technical picture for March Euro FX futures is simple: the trend is down, sentiment is negative, and there is no end in sight. Full Article

3 Mo.

The March USD Index has gained steam above 95.000 and is in position to revisit last December’s value area between 96.250 and 96.500. Full Article

4 Mo.

It has been a bullish ten-day run for the March USD Index. Since the plunge beneath 95.000 on January 9 and 10, the rally has been on. Full Article

4 Mo.

It has been a trend day up on the forex for the USD, featuring gains vs the Euro, British pound, and Swiss franc. Full Article

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