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Learning FX can seem overwhelming. In his latest blog post, Sheriff explains the basics behind the currency markets and the most popular currencies traders need to be aware of. If you’re new to FX, you may be wondering where on earth to start...
Trading Strategies
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Sherif Hasan, 5 June 2016, 09:42
After a few hectic weeks of financial news and events, Sheriff explains how he employs fundamental analysis on a daily basis to judge the currency markets and make trades...
Trading Strategies
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Sherif Hasan, 5 June 2016, 09:36
May nonfarm payrolls rose by a paltry 38K. The gain followed a downwardly revised 123K increase in April (originally reported +160K). Copy signals, Trade and Earn $ on Forex4you - https://www.share4you.com/en/?affid=0fd9105 The May unemployment rate dipped to 4.7% from 5.0...
Analytics & Forecasts
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Vasilii Apostolidi, 4 June 2016, 21:38
It trades at USD 5 trillion day by day, making it much bigger than the New York Inventory Exchange (NYSE) which is considered the world's largest equities-primarily based change. For comparability, the NYSE trades at USD 50 billion a day...
Other
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Kazi Jakaria, 3 June 2016, 22:09
RBA to hold; RBNZ has stronger easing bias. Copy signals, Trade and Earn $ on Forex4you - https://www.share4you.com/en...
Analytics & Forecasts
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Vasilii Apostolidi, 3 June 2016, 20:53 #forex
FX Market in Need of Conviction - Commerzbank Obviously, the currency market is still not convinced of a Fed rate hike in summer, especially after today’s disappointing US nonfarm payrolls...
Currency
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Roberto Jacobs, 3 June 2016, 19:12
Fed's Brainard: Appropriate to Wait for a Rate Hike Until Developments Provide Greater Confidence Fed's Governor Lael Brainard said that she wants to see more data before a rate hike and that she still sees slack in the labour market...
Currency
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Roberto Jacobs, 3 June 2016, 19:04
US May NFP: Not a Signal of Underlying Weakening - Lloyds Bank According to analysts from Lloyds Bank the market possibly overreacted to the US employment report. They expect labor market weakness to be temporary but point out that today’s numbers will give FOMC staff a pause to think...
Currency
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Roberto Jacobs, 3 June 2016, 19:00
Flash Comment US: No Summer Hike - Danske Bank There was almost nothing good in the US jobs reports for May - and remember the jobs report for April was not strong either. Employment rose only by 38,000, the lowest since 2010 (dragged down 35,000, however, by a Verizon strike...
Analytics & Forecasts
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Roberto Jacobs, 3 June 2016, 18:52
Weekly Focus: Weak US Job Report Should Keep Fed Off the Trigger Market movers ahead The focus continues to be on whether the Fed is about to hike this summer. Today's job report makes it in our view unlikely that the Fed will hike over the coming months...
Market News
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Roberto Jacobs, 3 June 2016, 18:47
EUR/USD Forecast: U-Turn in Sentiment Points to 1.1460 and Beyond Well, well, who would have thought it? The EUR/USD pair is back above 1.1300 and with scope to keep rallying next week, up to the major 1...
Analytics & Forecasts
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Roberto Jacobs, 3 June 2016, 18:42
NZD/USD Reaches 1-Month Highs NZD/USD rose sharply and scored fresh 1-month highs during the New York session, as the last gauge of US economy health before Fed’s meeting, the nonfarm payrolls, came in much weaker than expected, weighing on the greenback...
Analytics & Forecasts
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Roberto Jacobs, 3 June 2016, 18:37 #nzdusd
USD/JPY Inter-Markets: 105.00 Back on Track? USD/JPY sunk nearly 2% following today’s horrible results from US Non-farm Payrolls, where the economy has added only 38K jobs in May vs. 164K initially forecasted, the worst job creation since September 2010...
Analytics & Forecasts
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Roberto Jacobs, 3 June 2016, 18:33
GBP/USD Clings to Daily Gains Above 1.4500 GBP/USD rally, which was triggered by ugly US nonfarm payrolls, faltered at the 1.4580 zone, giving way to a phase of consolidation over the last hours...
Analytics & Forecasts
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Roberto Jacobs, 3 June 2016, 18:31
EUR/USD: Could Rise to 1.14-1.15 Near-Term on Fed Repricing - Danske According to analysts from Danske Bank, EUR/USD could rise toward the 1.14 - 1.15 area as market repriced Federal Reserve expectations, after recent weak US data...
Analytics & Forecasts
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Roberto Jacobs, 3 June 2016, 18:28
GBP/JPY Drops Sharply to 4-Week Lows GBP/JPY tumbled after the release of the NFP amid a stronger yen in the market and extended weekly losses. The pair is about to end the week sharply lower after making a reversal. A bad week for GBP The pair remains weak and continues to trade near daily lows...
Analytics & Forecasts
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Roberto Jacobs, 3 June 2016, 18:26
USD/CAD Seen Within 1.28-1.32 in the Near Term – Rabobank Christian Lawrence, Strategist at Rabobank, sees the pair extending its rangebound pattern into the FOMC meeting in June...
Analytics & Forecasts
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Roberto Jacobs, 3 June 2016, 16:00
USD Under Pressure Following Unexpectedly Weak NFP Report I think many watching the market must be in complete shock and rubbing their eyes when reading the headline that the United States added an unbelievably weak 38,000 jobs to its economy during the month of May...
Analytics & Forecasts
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Roberto Jacobs, 3 June 2016, 15:55
USD/JPY Forecast: The USD/JPY Pair Shed Roughly 150 Pips USD/JPY Current price: 107.67 The USD/JPY pair shed roughly 150 pips with the US employment report release, with the Japanese yen coming back with a vengeance and trading at a fresh 3-week high against its American rival...
Analytics & Forecasts
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Roberto Jacobs, 3 June 2016, 15:51
US Dollar Slumps to 94.10, 3-Week Lows The greenback, tracked by the US Dollar Index, has plummeted to the 94.10 area following today’s releases in the US labour market. US Dollar drops to 3-week lows USD has rapidly given away recent gains, retracing the rally to the current 94...
Analytics & Forecasts
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Roberto Jacobs, 3 June 2016, 15:47