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By in Markets on March 5, 2017
MARKETS • Forex
Wall Street firms see increased chance that Trump takes action to weaken the dollar
July 15, 2019
Wall Street analysts say it is increasingly possible the Trump administration will try using a stronger weapon in the currency wars than just presidential tweets.
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Oil Price Outlook: Crude Rally Halted at Resistance– WTI Weekly Chart
July 15, 2019
Oil prices may be at risk after failing to close above a critical resistance zone last week. Here are the levels that matter on the WTI weekly chart.
Gold Price Consolidation Sets Stage for Rally to Fresh 2019 Highs
July 15, 2019
Despite rebounds in higher beta assets and higher yielding currencies alike, gold prices have maintained their elevation. Stability in the face of adversity bodes well for the future.
US Dollar Price Outlook: EUR/USD, USD/CAD Set Up for USD-Weakness
July 15, 2019
Markets are geared-up for rate cuts out of the Fed later this month but will the Fed deliver? And if so, how much more softening might be in the monetary backdrop?
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XE Market Analysis: Asia - Jul 15, 2019
July 15, 2019
The Dollar moved modestly higher in N.Y. trade on Monday, taking the DXY to highs of 96.97 from 96.75 lows seen into the open. The index remains well under last week's July high of 97.59. A better than expected Empire State index helped USD sentiment to a degree, prompting some short covering from Friday's one-week low. EUR-USD printed 1.1254 lows from a top over 1.12480 in London, while USD-JPY remained under the 108 level through the session, bottoming at 107.84. USD-CAD bounced to 1.3051 from 1.3022 as oil prices fell.
XE Market Analysis: North America - Jul 15, 2019
July 15, 2019
The Dollar has been consolidating declines seen during the latter half of last week. EUR-USD has been holding a narrow range near the 1.1275 mark, holding comfortably above last Tuesday's four-week low at 1.1193. USD-JPY has been trading on either side of 108.00 in quiet conditions with Japanese markets were closed for a public holiday today. Cable has settled higher after last week printing a 27-month low at 1.2439. USD-CAD has remained heavy since posting a nine-month low at 1.3022 on Friday, which extended losses from the two-week high seen last Wednesday at 1.3144.