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Gabriel Ojimadu

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Gabriel Ojimadu

Gabriel was born on 14th January, 1982. In 2009 he became a graduate of Business Technology, and later earned a Post Graduate Certificate in Management.

Gabriel has been working in the banking sector since 2007, developing a more detailed interest in Forex in 2011. From 2013 onwards, Gabriel began Forex coaching: teaching both privately and at investment seminars. Gabriel prefers to combine technical analysis with fundamental analysis in order to pinpoint price levels.

Working at Alpari since May 2014.

Not married.

Hobbies: tennis; reading.

Analyst's publications

22 May 2018

Market sessions

Gabriel Ojimadu

EURUSD: bulls trying to develop the upwards correction

On Monday the 21st of May, trading on the euro closed up. At the beginning of the European session, the single currency dropped to 1.1717 before rebounding. The euro initially rose against the dollar to 1.1779 and climbed further to 1.1796 during the US session.

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21 May 2018

Market sessions

Gabriel Ojimadu

EURUSD: the euro’s bearish trend remains strong

Last week, all the major currencies expect for the Swiss franc declined against the US dollar. The single currency was the biggest loser, shedding -1.42%.

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03 May 2018

Market sessions

Gabriel Ojimadu

EURUSD: time for an upwards correction

On Wednesday the 2nd of May, trading on the euro closed down. The single currency has shed 146 pips against the greenback over the May holidays to reach 1.1938. The pair went on a rollercoaster ride following the US Federal Reserve’s interest rate decision.

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27 April 2018

Market sessions

Gabriel Ojimadu

EURUSD: sellers have their eyes on 1.20

On Thursday the 26th of April, trading on the euro closed down against the US dollar. Sellers broke the support at 1.2115 (low from the 1st of March). Volatility on the pair was high throughout the European session.

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25 April 2018

Market sessions

Gabriel Ojimadu

EURUSD: drop to the 45th degree likely

On Tuesday the 24th of April, trading on the euro closed up, breaking its 3-day losing streak. The main factor behind the euro’s rise was the US dollar’s universal decline. As the market underwent a technical correction, participants ignored the positive US housing and consumer confidence data. The euro then corrected to the 45th degree at 1.2245.

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