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Friday, January 5, 2018 / Published in Forex Daily News
Buck goes up, NFP on tap! The US dollar gained pace on Friday as investors are keeping their eyes peeled for the NFP release. After a tensed Thursday for the buck as mixed economic releases flooded the US market, early on NFP Friday, the greenback gains pace and starts adding a few pips against its
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Monday, December 11, 2017 / Published in Forex Daily News
A busy economic week has just started for the EURUSD, with the upcoming FOMC meeting and more ECB monetary policy decisions in the pipeline sending the pair near 1.18 tops. ‘Sell the rallies’ likely after the NFP Friday. After the NFP, two more big economic events move the markets and EURUSD will capture the limelight
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Friday, December 8, 2017 / Published in Forex Daily News
NFP shakes things up for USD traders. Non-farm employment data beat expectations in certain areas, pushing USD up to fresh tops. Chart Talk The US labour market added 228k new jobs in November, beating the 200k consensus. While this number beat expectations, average hourly earnings came in below the estimated 2.7% at 2.5%. The unemployment rate
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Friday, December 8, 2017 / Published in Forex Daily News
As the NFP release is getting closer, USD traders are waiting to jump on the charts. GBPUSD seemed to have got into recovery mode on ‘historic Brexit deal’, but the charts show something else. GBPUSD Up to Fresh Tops on Brexit News, NFP on Tap Starting the day at 1.3480 (open), GBPUSD started adding pips,
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Friday, November 3, 2017 / Published in Forex Daily News
The Bureau of Labor Statistics published their NFP report. EURUSD is now testing fresh tops as NFP data came in lower than expected. Revised statistics indicate that the US non-farm employment added only 261,000 new jobs as against the initially estimated 312,000. Sensitive to the release, EURUSD jumped up testing fresh tops at 1.16205 and
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Friday, November 3, 2017 / Published in Forex Daily News
BREAKING NEWS! NFP is on tap today on the first Friday of the month and USD in focus. The Bureau of Labor Statistics will soon release their non-farm payroll report for October. While hurricanes Irma and Harvey swept the Eastern coast of the US in September, policymakers and economists say that the natural disasters had
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Monday, October 30, 2017 / Published in Forex Daily News
The week ahead will be one of the most hectic in Q4 for the USD, MSCI Emerging Markets Index, stocks, oil, EUR and GBP. Stocks & MSCI Emerging Markets Index Generally, stock markets continue to strengthen, particularly if we speak about developed economies. The MSCI Emerging Markets Index follows an easing curve, going on an