The US$ has been mixed again on Thursday, rangebound against the EU majors (although firm gains Cable), while remaining firm against the commodity bloc currencies. In terms of data the US initial jobless claims rose to 274k above expectation of 255k while the Durable Goods Orders fell by -4.6% mm in November, slightly better than expectation of -4.7%. The Q3 GDP was finalised at 3.5% annualised (exp 3.3%) while the GDP price index at 1.4%, as expected. Oil was higher, after an early dip, on the back of the solid US data, while the metals were heavy due to the prospects of a higher dollar.
This is the last, and limited, update until 3 January when we will be operating on a reduced service until Monday 9 Jan. From 3 Jan though, we will be on a new web address, www.fxcharts.net with a revamped website and plenty of new ideas to assist you with your trading. Until then, have a safe and happy Christmas.
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Stock markets have traded sideways and the US$ is mixed on Wednesday, giving back some of the recent gains against the EU majors as traders took profits ahead of Christmas, while firmer against the commodity bloc, which remain heavy, near trend lows. Metals have also traded sideways while WTI is a little lower after U.S. […]
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The US$ remains firm on Wednesday, underpinned by safe haven flows after the probable terrorist attack in Germany and in a nervous reaction to the assassination of the Russian ambassador to Turkey. The dollar also continued to be supported by the upbeat comments from Janet Yellen at the end of the previous session on the […]
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Markets have been mixed and have traded mostly sideways on Monday, with the US$ picking up a little ground late in the session after Janet Yellen said, at a university graduation speech, that she sees a strong job market and wage growth picking up a little in coming months. Otherwise it was generally fairly quiet, […]
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Markets were relatively mixed on Friday following the gyrations seen on Thursday after the FOMC announcement, with the notable exceptions of the Aud and the Kiwi both of which collapsed by around 1% against the dollar and also made considerable losses on the crosses. There was no particular reason for the move although commodities in […]
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FX Charts would like to thank you for your support during 2016. Another year is almost done but as we look forward, I suspect that 2017 is going to be a very active one in the financial markets, with some sizable moves coupled with some strong trends that have the potential to provide some great trading opportunities.
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We will be taking a short break over the Christmas/New Year period, and the last report of 2016 will be on Thursday 23 rd December. A limited daily service will be available from Tuesday, 3rd Jan 2017, and full service will resume on Monday 10 th Jan
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Following the buying spree after yesterday’s FOMC decision, the dollar and bond yields are both higher at the end of Thursday’s session today after another bunch of solid US economic data. The headline US CPI rose to 1.7% yy in November, while the Core CPI was unchanged at 2.1% yy, both in line with expectation. […]
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So, the FOMC have voted and unanimously elected to raise rates by 25 points, as expected, and although the Statement is not overly hawkish the dot plot of rate hikes was a surprise, suggesting 3 hikes in 2017 instead of the 2 that had previously been thought likely. The dollar spiked immediately higher on the […]
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Markets have been a little choppy on Tuesday but by the end of the session most products have traded pretty much sideways while awaiting the outcome of today’s FOMC Meeting. The main interest has been in the stock markets, which have again made a new all time high, with the DJI pulling up just 45 points […]
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The dollar has generally traded on a softer note against the other majors on Monday as markets prepare for the FOMC meeting on Wednesday. The Yen has also been weak, placed under some pressure by the surging oil price which gapped higher following the weekend agreement by non –OPEC countries to cut production. Elsewhere, US […]
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