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26 April 2016

Media reviews

Natalya Indeeva

Orders for U.S. Durable Goods Rose Less Than Forecast in March (News: 26/04/16)

Orders for U.S. durable goods climbed less than forecast in March as demand for capital equipment remained weak, a sign that a diminished growth outlook is impeding investment.
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Gold Remains Bullish up Towards $1,250 Again

The yellow metal jumped on the back of rising uncertainty on the markets as demand for safe havens increased. The contract for future delivery of the bullion traded 0.42% higher at $1,235.20 for a troy ounce on Monday.
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Market sessions

Vladislav Antonov

Euro Stabilised at Balance Line

On Monday the euro/dollar restored to 1.1279 (45th degree) due to a general weakening of the dollar. The euro strengthened against the USD despite it weakening against the GBP. The pound was generating demand since, according to recent surveys, the likelihood of the UK leaving the EU has fallen below 30%.
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25 April 2016

Media reviews

Natalya Indeeva

Fed Statement Could Offer Clues Toward June Rate Decision (News: 25/04/16)

Federal Reserve officials are unlikely to raise short-term interest rates at their meeting this week, but could drop hints about whether they might move at their next gathering in June.
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Market sessions

Vladislav Antonov

Expected Return of Rate to Balance Line

Due to the weakening of the euro against the UK pound on Friday, the euro/dollar dropped to 1.1216. Judging by the demand for the pound, the approaching UK referendum on the Brexit isn’t causing alarm amongst market participants. The referendum and the weak Eurozone data are pushing the euro down against the USD.
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Trading ideas

Vladislav Antonov

Short-term Trading Idea FX AUD/USD – Bear Speculation

Trading opportunities for currency pair: a pinbar with an upper shade of 130 points has formed on the weekly. It’s a shame that the body is bullish. It’s highly likely that there will be a bounce. Look to sell from 0.7760 with a 0.7535 target. If the trend line is broken, set a target at around 0.7430. Don’t sell the Aussie if oil prices rise. A fall in the rate will be nullified by a close of the weekly candle above 0.7834.
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