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29 August 2017

Media reviews

Tina Pham

North Korea missile and strong euro sink European stocks (news: 29/08/17)

MILAN (Reuters) - World stocks tumbled and safe-haven assets soared on Tuesday after North Korea fired a missile over northern Japan, fuelling worries of fresh tension between Washington and Pyongyang.
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Market sessions

Tomasz Wisniewski

Daily analytical report (29/08/17)

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With North Korea making headlines again, we'll be looking mostly at safe haven assets. Among them are gold, silver and the USDJPY currency pair.
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Market sessions

Gabriel Ojimadu

EURUSD: triple top model nearing completion

On Monday, the 29th of August, trading on the euro closed up. Buyers didn’t manage to reach 1.20, but renewed the Asian high from 1.1960 to 1.1986. Markets continue to feed off Janet Yellen’s and Mario Draghi’s speeches at Jackson Hole while the media is playing up Hurricane Harvey, saying that it is having a negative effect on the US economy. US 10Y bond yields have fallen to 2.11%.
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28 August 2017

Media reviews

Tina Pham

Oil markets roiled as Harvey hits U.S. petroleum industry (news: 28/08/17)

LONDON (Reuters) - Oil markets were roiled on Monday after Tropical Storm Harvey wreaked havoc along the U.S. Gulf Coast over the weekend, crippling Houston and its port, and knocking out several refineries as well as some crude production.
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Market sessions

Tomasz Wisniewski

Daily analytical report (25/08/17)

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With Janet Yellen and Mario Draghi still to give their respective speeches, we look again at yesterday's instruments in the hope that the current trends will continue.
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Market sessions

Tomasz Wisniewski

Daily analytical report (24/08/17)

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The Jackson Hole Symposium is underway. Despite volatility having more or less subsided, we've picked out the Cable, EURUSD, and NZDUSD pairs for you to have a closer look at.
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Market sessions

Tomasz Wisniewski

Daily analytical report (23/08/17)

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The economic calendar is empty and there hasn't been any major news in the last few days. With this in mind, we take a look at Cable, SP500, gold and NZDUSD.
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Market sessions

Tomasz Wisniewski

Daily analytical report (22/08/17)

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With the US dollar undergoing a correction, we're taking a look at a few instruments whose dynamics could have an impact. In focus today are GBPUSD, SP500 and gold.
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Trading ideas

Gabriel Ojimadu

Short-term trading idea FX EURAUD – bull speculation: expecting a breakout of the 1-1 channel

Trading opportunities on the currency pair: The euro has been provided with support by Draghi’s and Yellen’s speeches. In this idea, we’re looking at a breakout of the 1-1 channel at 1.5070 with subsequent growth to 1.5250. It’s worth betting on a rise should the price get a foothold above 1.5070. If the price exits the 3-3 channel downwards and trader sentiment switches from bullish to bearish, this scenario will not play out.
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Market sessions

Gabriel Ojimadu

EURUSD: Monday expecting the formation of a correctional model

On Friday the 25th of August, trading on the euro/dollar currency pair closed 1.02% up. Before Janet Yellen’s speech in Jackson Hole, the euro was trading around the LB balance line within a range of 1.1773 to 1.1828.
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Trading ideas

Gabriel Ojimadu

Short-term trading idea FX NXDCAD – bear speculation: drop to the TR trend line

Trading opportunities on the currency pair: On the back of a revision of New Zealand’s GDP forecast, the upcoming parliamentary elections (23rd of September), and a rise in oil quotes, the Kiwi dollar is expected to fall against its Canadian counterpart to 0.8893, or as far as 0.8645 if we see some aggressive selling.
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