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Sterling turns lower as opposition grows to new Brexit deal
October 17, 2019
Sterling gave up all of its Thursday morning gains amid doubts that U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson will be able to pass his draft Brexit deal.
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US Dollar Price Outlook: USD Plummets into Multi-Year Trend Support
October 17, 2019
The US Dollar is testing multi-year uptrend support with the index down more than 1.8% off the yearly highs. Here are the levels that matter on the DXY weekly chart.
75 Years Later, The Lessons of Bretton Woods Have Been Forgotten
October 17, 2019
The 75th anniversary of the Bretton Woods conference was at the end of July, and the concerns that were present in 1944 are reasserting themselves as significant threats to the global economy in 2019.
Gold Prices Remain Subdued in Bull Flag as USD Drops Through Support
October 17, 2019
The US Dollar has fallen through the floor this week, helped along by Brexit dynamics; but Gold prices continue in a corrective bull flag formation.
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XE Market Analysis: Will the Latest Brexit Agreement Pass Scrutiny in UK Parliament?
October 17, 2019
OVERVIEW British PM Boris Johnson and EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said the latest Brexit agreement is a "fair outcome" according to the BBC. The Philly Fed manufacturing index slid by 6 points The Aussie dollar increased on strong employment numbers.  HIGHLIGHT
XE Market Analysis: North America - Oct 17, 2019
October 17, 2019
The pound stormed higher on news that the UK and EU had reached a deal on Brexit before paring some of the gains amid the uncertainty about whether the deal will pass in the UK's Parliament, which will vote on it at a special session on Saturday. If it passes, then UK will be on track to exit on time, at the end of the October, though a technical delay could still be possible. The deal also sets out a transitory phase through to the end of 2020.