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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
22 June, 2018
Recoil Of GBP/JPY Goes On
Trading is on the upside for resistance 148.10, as the recoil from 144.37 continues. Pivot points are at: (S1) 144.73; (P) 145.48; (R1) 146.36...
Retreat In EUR/JPY
Firm recoil as well as break of 128.50 minor resistance confirms that the retreat from 130.33 has finished at 126.63. Trading turned up on the upside to 130.33...
EUR/GBP's Forecast Unchanged
Trading of the cross is neutral. Trading keeps going on in 0.8693/8844 diapason. Further surge is expected if the whole minor support of 0.8693 is present...
Neutral Trading Of EUR/AUD
Stance of trading is neutral with focus on support turned resistance 1.5773. The corrective drop from 1.6189 has possibly completed with three waves down to 1.5271...
EUR/CHF's Corrective Decrease
Larger decline to 1.1366 support is expected if the entire minor resistance of 1.1585 holds. Breach in that region will expand the corrective decrease from 1.2004...
EUR/USD Keeps Rising
The pair kept rising. The consolidation pattern from 1.1509 is in progress. Another lift is projected. Upside should be bounded under the resistance of 1.1851, leading to a restoration of decline...
GBP/USD's Near Term Prognosis Is Bearish
Pair’s recoil from a short term minimum of 1.3101 is resuming. While 1.3471 resistance is present, a short term prognosis will stay bearish...
Bounce Of USD/CHF Has Completed
Trading is on the downside for support 0.9787, as bounce from 0.9787 has completed at 0.9989. Correction from 1.0056 is extending...
Upside In USD/JPY
The pair is holding inside of 109.54/110.89 diapason. Trading condition is neutral. Under 109.54, the corrective pattern from 111.39 will resume for 108.10 and maybe lower. Sustained support from 61.8% retracement of 104.62 to 111.39 at 107.20 should restrain downside and cause recoil...
Recovery In AUD/USD
Trading is neutral for recovery, as the pair has formed a short term bottom. Break of 0.7382 will aline 61.8% projection of 0.8135 to 0.7411 from 0.7676 at 0.7229...
USD/CAD is Losing Upside Impulse
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, despite the pair continues to lose upside momentum...
21 June, 2018
Temporary Low In GBP/JPY
Trading is neutral, with a temporary minimum at 144.37. Deeper fall is not ruled out. Pivot points are at: (S1) 144.77; (P) 145.19; (R1) 145.80...
EUR/JPY's Short Term Minimum
Trading tone of the cross is neutral. A short term minimum has been created at 126.63. While the entire minor resistance of 128.50 is present, larger fall is projected...
EUR/GBP's Recoil Might Restore
The cross is still limited inside of 0.8693/8844 diapason. Trading remains neutral. Further increase is projected if the whole minor support of 0.8693 is present...
EUR/AUD: Completion Of Bounce Is Awaited
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) 1.5644; (P) 1.5684; (R1) 1.5750...
Forex News
22 June, 2018
Britain Will Suffer From Recession In China More Than Expected
According to the latest Bank of England research, the harm from recession in China to the UK economy might be nearly 50% higher than initially expected, especially in terms of trade and financial ties...
EU Finance Ministers Approved Debt Relief Plan For Greece
The Eurozone agreed to lighten Greece’s debt burden when the bailout program ends this summer. Greece’s bailout program will end in August, as scheduled. At a meeting in Luxembourg on Thursday and Friday, the EU finance ministers decided to end the group's 8-year program...
European Equities Higher, DAX Gained 0.45%
European stock markets rose slightly today, amid continued tensions in the energy market ahead of the OPEC meeting, which could lead to an expansion of global oil production...
Eurozone Will Repay Into TLTRO Facility
Eurozone banks are going to pay back 11.00 billion euros of ultra cheap funding to the ECB. This will only be a share of their borrowings and will be given 2 years before the deadline...
Euro Moves Higher on Solid Data
The euro rose by 0.32% against US dollar today, with the EUR/USD pair trading at 1.1639 level. The US dollar fell amid trade war concerns. The European Union has introduced retaliatory tariffs on US goods...
BoJ's Policy Useless?
According to Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications, Japanese core consumer inflation increased 0.7% yoy in May, living up the projection...
Some White House Officials Oppose Donald Trump's Trade Policy
Officials of the administration of Donald Trump are divided in their opinions on the trade relations between the US and China. It is reported, that some officials of the White House are trying to resume negotiations with China in order to avoid a trade war before the US duties on Chinese goods come into effect on July 6...
21 June, 2018
The Pound Is Cheering
The market is trying to recover from the US-China trade friction but disturbing news keep coming on as the EU is going to impose a retaliation tariffs against the US...
US Initial Jobless Claims Dropped by 3k Last Week
The US unemployment claims fell last week, pointing to a further tightening in labor market conditions. The US Labor Department reported, that initial jobless claims fell by 3k to a seasonally adjusted 218k for the week ended June 16. Economists had forecast claims rising to 220k in the latest week...
Eurozone Making Sure Greece Is Committing To Regulations
Eurozone is going to link payouts to Greece of EUR 1.2b/year within the next 4 years to execution of reforms, suggested by the bailout program...
Global Trade Tension Reaches Its Peak
The markets remain concerned about ongoing trade tension in the world. Earlier, US announced about tariffs on imported steel and aluminum, which caused negative reaction from the US main trade allies...
Bank of England Will Hike in August, It Looks Like
As anticipated, the Bank of England didn’t change its policy, keeping the interest rates at 0.5%, yet not excluding a rate hike in August...
European Shares Under Pressure of Trade Tension, DAX Lost 0.65%
European shares remain under pressure of increased trade tension between the US and EU. The German DAX stock index is trading at 12.614, down 0.65%. The DAX has declined 2.6% this week and is at its lowest level since May 31...
Single Currency Hit An Almost Yearly Minimum
The Euro/Dollar pair declined 0.46% to 1.1521. Today, the Eurozone features consumer confidence and the US presents the Philly Fed Manufacturing Index and jobless claims...
UK Public Sector Borrowing Fell To The Lowest Level in 11 Years
Britain’s government recorded a smaller budget deficit than expected in the second month of the 2018/19 financial year and borrowed less last year than had previously been reported...
Market Reviews
22 June, 2018
Euro Boosted by PMIs, Canadian Dollar Lower After CPI and Retail Sales
The euro rose against the US dollar, gaining support from services and manufacturing PMIs of the Eurozone, France and Germany for June. The British pound continued its growth, started the day before, when the Bank of England left the interest rate unchanged...
Pound Quickly Reversed, Stocks Weakening
The Sterling has reversed gains, seen after yesterday’s BoE meeting. Meanwhile, the sentiment is rather soft. DOW dropped -196.10 points (-0.80%) to 24461.70. S&P 500 reduced -0.63% and NASDAQ fell -0.88%. Nikkei declined -1%. Japanese Yen has slightly lowered but remained steady...
21 June, 2018
British Pound Surges After BoE Rate Statement
The British pound rose sharply after the Bank of England kept bank rate unchanged 0.50%. The UK currency remains the strongest one. However, voting in the ratio of 6:3 renewed hopes for a rate hike in August and supported the pound...
Pound and Franc Waiting For BoE and SNB, Greenback Boosted
The greenback rose to trade as the firmest. The jump was attributed to the dynamic in yields. 10 year yield grew 0.035 to 2.928. Gold dropped to 1265 minimum...
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...
Britain Will Suffer From Recession In China More Than Expected
According to the latest Bank of England research, the harm from recession in China to the UK economy might be nearly 50% higher than initially expected, especially in terms of trade and financial ties...
EU Finance Ministers Approved Debt Relief Plan For Greece
The Eurozone agreed to lighten Greece’s debt burden when the bailout program ends this summer. Greece’s bailout program will end in August, as scheduled. At a meeting in Luxembourg on Thursday and Friday, the EU finance ministers decided to end the group's 8-year program...
Euro Boosted by PMIs, Canadian Dollar Lower After CPI and Retail Sales
The euro rose against the US dollar, gaining support from services and manufacturing PMIs of the Eurozone, France and Germany for June. The British pound continued its growth, started the day before, when the Bank of England left the interest rate unchanged...
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