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Currency Bid Ask Spread
AUD/USD 0.00000 0.00000 0.0 pips
EUR/USD 0.00000 0.00000 0.0 pips
GBP/USD 0.00000 0.00000 0.0 pips
EUR/GBP 0.00000 0.00000 0.0 pips
USD/CHF 0.00000 0.00000 0.0 pips
USD/JPY 0.00000 0.00000 0.0 pips
USD/CAD 0.00000 0.00000 0.0 pips
EUR/CAD 0.00000 0.00000 0.0 pips

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Analytic News

Technical Reports
20 June, 2018
GBP/JPY: Deeper Drop Is Not Excluded
Trading is on the downside for support 143.18. Deeper fall is not ruled out. Pivot points are at: (S1) 144.08; (P) 145.30; (R1) 146.21...
EUR/JPY's 55 Day EMA
Trading of the cross stays slightly on the downside. Recoil from 124.61 might have ended at 130.33 after being rejected from 55 day EMA. Larger decrease should align a support area of 124.08/61...
Neutral Trading Of EUR/AUD
Stance of trading is neutral. The drop from 1.6189 has possibly completed with three waves down to 1.5271. Pivot points are at: (S1) 1.5635; (P) 1.5695; (R1) 1.5759...
EUR/GBP's Larger Drop
The cross is sticking inside of 0.8693/8844 diapason. Trading tone is neutral. Further surge is expected while the whole minor support level of 0.8693 holds...
EUR/CHF's Minor Support Level
Breach of 1.1505 minor support confirms that the recoil from 1.1366 should have ended at 1.1656. Trading is slightly on the downside to repeat test of 1.1366...
Temporary Low In AUD/USD
Trading is neutral for consolidation with a temporary low at 1.7346. The pair recovers ahead of 0.7328 cluster support (61.8% retracement of 0.6826 to 0.8135 at 0.7326)...
Consolidation In USD/CAD Is Expected
Trading is on the upside for 100% projection of 1.2246 to 1.3124 from 1.2526 at 1.3404. The recoil from 1.2061 goes on. Pivot points are at: (S1) 1.3219; (P) 1.3258; (R1) 1.3324...
USD/JPY's Recovery
The pair recommenced after touching 109.54. Trading became neutral. Price dynamic from 111.39 is seen as a corrective pattern. Under 109.54, USD/JPY will align 108.10 and even lower...
Range Trading In USD/CHF
Stance of trading is still neutral, but further growth is not ruled out. The pair stays in a range below 0.9989. The corrective drop from 1.0056 should have completed at 0.9787...
Further Recommencement In EUR/USD
Pair’s trading is neutral. Further consolidation is projected and if it occurs, upside would be bounded under 1.1851 resistance, causing a decline restoration...
Temporary Bottom in GBP/USD
Pair’s trading stays on the downside. The fall from 1.4376 is extending. Firm breach of 50% retracement of 1.1946 to 1.4376 at 1.3161 will align 61.8% retracement at 1.2875...
19 June, 2018
EUR/CHF's Actual Decline
Considering actual decline, the cross has aligned 1.1505 minor support. Breach will indicate conclusion of the recoil from 1.1366. The corrective pattern from 1.2004 will resume through the minimum of 1.1366...
Acceleration Of Fall In GBP/JPY
Trading is on the downside for minimum 143.18, as fall reaches 144.62. The bounce from 143.18 has completed. Pivot points are at: (S1) 146.01; (P) 146.55; (R1) 146.99...
Support Area in EUR/JPY
The fall from 130.33 hit the 126.79 minimum. Recoil from 124.61 might have finished at 130.33 after rejection from 55 day EMA. Trading of the cross turned up on the downside to the support area of 124.08/61...
EUR/GBP In Diapason
The cross is holding inside of 0.8693/8844 diapason. Trading condition is neutral. Further increase is projected while the whole minor support of 0.8693 holds...
Forex News
20 June, 2018
US Current Account Deficit Extended to 2.5% of GDP in Q1
US current account deficit widened in Q1, mainly due to increases in goods imports. The US Commerce Department said the current account deficit, which measures the flow of goods, services and investments into and out of the country, widened by $8.0 billion to $124.1 billion, or 2.5% of national economic output (GDP), in the first three months of the year...
Germany And France To Strengthen CACs
According to the signed document, France and Germany are planning to establish stronger legal clause in newly issued bonds, by strengthening collective action clauses (CACs) in bonds in order to ease rules for restructuring sovereign debt in the Eurozone...
European Union Hitting US Back
The European Commission stated, that on Friday, the EU is going to impose 25% duties on US goods worth USD 3.2b (EUR 2.8b), including farm produce such as sweetcorn and peanuts, bourbon, jeans and motor-bikes, as a retaliation measure to steel and aluminum tariffs...
Eurogroup to Discuss Greece's Debt Relief Tomorrow
Greece is due to leave its third economic adjustment program this summer. After nearly a decade of support from its Eurozone partners and the International Monetary Fund, Greece and its creditors are hoping that it will soon be able to function once more like a normal economy...
DAX Has Steadied After Significant Losses
European stock markets rose today, but modest recovery was not enough to compensate the losses of the previous session due to heightened concerns about the US-China full-scale trade war. The German DAX stock index gained 0.44% and traded at 12.740 level...
Single Currency Nervous Ahead Of ECB Forum
The Euro/Dollar pair dropped 0.17% to close at 1.1569. German Purchasing Price Index stayed flat at 0.5%. Today, the European Central Bank is kicking the ECB Forum, where Mario Draghi and Jerome Powell will deliver their speeches...
Risk-off mode pauses for breath in Asia
Stocks have mildly recovered after the US-China ongoing trade friction. But, the sentiment hasn’t gotten over it yet. 10-year US yield dropped under 2.90% for the first time in June...
European Business Lobby: China Needs to Continue Its Reforms to Maintain Stable Growth
A top European business lobby stated, that it is time for China to continue its reform process if it hopes to maintain stable growth...
BoJ Minutes: Running Monetary Policy Corresponds to Inflation Target
The minutes of the Bank of Japan’s meeting for April 26-27, 2018 were published today. According to the protocols, one politician of the Bank of Japan said that an additional easing was needed to accelerate inflation, but most members wanted to keep monetary policy unchanged...
19 June, 2018
EU Leaders to Discuss New Rules For Online Business Next Week
EU leaders will meet in Brussels on June 28-29 for a regular summit. European Union leaders are expected to call for progress on new rules to tax companies' digital revenues at a summit next week...
The DAX Index Slipped To 3-week Minimum After Another Tariffs
DAX dropped 1.71% to trade at 12,614, which marked the minimum since May 31. Today, the European Central Bank begins the European forum, where the President Mario Draghi might give some information about the asset purchase program exit...
Malaysia Improves Rules For Foreign Investors
The Malaysian government intends to extend new tax incentives for foreign investment in areas such as technology if companies promise to create better-paid jobs for Malaysians...
Market Suffer From Additional Tariffs
Stocks have once again weakened on growing US-China trade friction. Donald Trump ordered US Trade Representative to set 200 billion dollars of Chinese goods for additional 10% tariffs...
Greece Will Get Another Financial Aid After Third Bailout Program Ends
On August 20, Greece is due to graduate from its third international rescue program. The country is still saddled with a towering public debt (nearly 180% of national income) and Europe’s other governments are divided over how much more relief to grant...
Single Currency Drops On Additional Tariffs
The Euro/Dollar pair lowered 0.60% to 1.1552. Today, the European Central Bank begins the European forum, where the President Mario Draghi might give some information about the asset purchase program exit...
Market Reviews
20 June, 2018
Markets Sentiments Have Slightly Stabilized, ECB Forum in Focus
The British pound remained under pressure, falling to a seven-month low of 1.3146 before it inched up to 1.3180 (-0.07%) ahead of a Brexit vote in the House of Commons...
Japanese Yen Lost Gains, BoE Next
Stocks have mildly recovered. China’s Shanghai composite reduced -0.59%. Nikkei rose 0.36% and Hong Kong HSI increased 0.41%. DOW fell -287.26 (-1.15%) to 24700.21. S&P 500 lowered -11.16 points (-0.40%) to 2762.59...
19 June, 2018
Japanese Yen And Swiss Franc Remain The Strongest on Risk Aversion
The euro fell sharply following comments by ECB chief. The EUR/USD pair lost 0.65%. The Japanese yen and Swiss franc remain the strongest ones on risk aversion. The US dollar is also strong. European shares were broadly down. FTSE fell by 0.4%, DAX declined by 1.2% and CAC lost 1.1%...
Japanese Yen Remains Strong, Trade Friction Pressing
Japanese Yen and Swiss Franc both remain strong. Stocks are weak on growing US-China trade friction. DOW reduced -103.01 points (-0.41%) to 24987.47. S&P dropped -5.91 points (-0.21%)...
18 June, 2018
Euro Recovers After Post ECB Selling
The euro slightly increased, while the EUR/USD pair managed to overcome the mark of $1.1600 against the background of the decline in the dollar index. Swiss franc and Japanese yen are trading as the strongest ones for today on mild risk aversion...
Japanese Yen Boosted While Stocks Are Burdened
Yen has broadly risen while stocks have declined due to once again growing trade friction between the US and China and recent earthquake in Japan region Osaka. Nikkei fell -0.8%. The single currency remains weak...
15 June, 2018
US Dollar Steady, Donald Trump Announced Tariffs on Chinese Goods
The euro rose slightly, and the EUR/USD pair managed to overcome the 1.1600 mark, but the pair still remains under pressure after the latest ECB's meeting. The US dollar remains steady against commodity currencies...
Greenback Cheering After ECB, Donald Trump To Officially Impose Tariffs
The greenback rose to trade as the firmest. Donald Trump approved the Section 301 tariffs on 50 billion dollars in Chinese imports and the President will make an official statement today...
14 June, 2018
Euro Falls Sharply After ECB Statement, USD Higher On Retail Sales
The euro fell sharply after the ECB decided to leave the policy unchanged, but made several important statements. The British pound grew on strong UK retail sales, with the GBP/USD pair testing the 5-day highs near $1.3450...
Greenback Shrugged Off Rate Hike, ECB To Address QE
The greenback is rather soft, despite yesterday’s 25 bps interest rate hike from Fed to a range of 1.75-2.00%. The interest rate paid on required and excess reserve balances was raised by +20 bps, to 1.95%...
13 June, 2018
Sterling Dips On Inflation Data, US Dollar Lower Awaiting FOMC Rate Statement
The British pound fell after release of inflation data. Inflation in the UK held steady at one year lows in May, further diminishing the chances for a rate hike by the Bank of England in the coming months...
Greenback On Hold Ahead Rate Hike
The greenback is rather soft, awaiting today’s Fed meeting, where members are expected to execute a 25bps rate hike. Key takeaway for investors will be further policy path, and if it’s unveiled, markets will cheer...
12 June, 2018
US Dollar Shrugs Off Strong Inflation Report
The US dollar stays almost unchanged after inflation data. The US Labor Department reported, that US headline CPI accelerated to 2.8% yoy in May, up from 2.5% yoy and exceeded forecast of 2.6% yoy...
Sentiment Firm On The US-North Korea Summit
The sentiment is firm. Japanese Yen has significantly dropped. Kiwi and the greenback have both reinforced. Markets are focused on the summit between the US and North Korea...
11 June, 2018
British Pound Stays Pressured by Weak Manufacturing Report
The British pound fell after weak data on industrial production in Great Britain. Report from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) showed that industrial production fell by 0.8% mom 1.8% yoy in April, versus expectation of 0.1% mom 2.7% yoy. Manufacturing production declined by 1.4% mom 1.4% yoy, versus expectation of 0.3% mom 2.9% yoy, and prior -0.1% mom 2.9% yoy...
US Current Account Deficit Extended to 2.5% of GDP in Q1
US current account deficit widened in Q1, mainly due to increases in goods imports. The US Commerce Department said the current account deficit, which measures the flow of goods, services and investments into and out of the country, widened by $8.0 billion to $124.1 billion, or 2.5% of national economic output (GDP), in the first three months of the year...
Germany And France To Strengthen CACs
According to the signed document, France and Germany are planning to establish stronger legal clause in newly issued bonds, by strengthening collective action clauses (CACs) in bonds in order to ease rules for restructuring sovereign debt in the Eurozone...
European Union Hitting US Back
The European Commission stated, that on Friday, the EU is going to impose 25% duties on US goods worth USD 3.2b (EUR 2.8b), including farm produce such as sweetcorn and peanuts, bourbon, jeans and motor-bikes, as a retaliation measure to steel and aluminum tariffs...
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