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XE Market Analysis: North America - Oct 03, 2019

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The dollar found a footing, paring losses after seeing fresh lows against the euro and yen. The Swiss franc underperformed notably, and was showing losses of around 0.5% at its lows against the dollar, euro and yen. Suspicions of SNB intervention abounded. Read more

XE Market Analysis: Europe - Oct 03, 2019

By: XE Market Analysis

The dollar has steadied after descending against most of the other main currencies amid a deepening sense that the U.S. economy is in the grip of significant slowdown, if not heading to a recession. There was still some price dynamics to note, with USD-CAD, one of the few pairings where the U.S. Read more

XE Market Analysis: Asia - Oct 02, 2019

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The Dollar pulled back in N.Y. on Wednesday, taking the DXY to 98.96 lows from 99.41 into the U.S. open. Recession fears following weak manufacturing ISM on Tuesday and not exactly stellar ADP jobs report saw stocks, Treasury yields, and the USD all take a trip lower. Read more

XE Market Analysis: Fear of Global Economic Meltdown Turns Investors Cautious

By: xemarketanalysis

OVERVIEW US Dollar regains stability after taking an overnight dip PM Johnson unveils a final Brexit separation proposal ahead of the October 31st cliff date. The Canadian dollar remains stable as GDP remains steady HIGHLIGHT There is growing concern that US economic growth could be coming to a halt. Read more

XE Market Analysis: North America - Oct 02, 2019

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A dollar has been trading mixed against a backdrop of global stock market declines. USD-JPY printed a six-day low at 107.55, extending the correction after the pair yesterday matched the two-month high seen in mid September at 108.47. EUR-USD, meanwhile, held steady after yesterday lifting out of the 28-month low at 1.0879 following the big miss in the U.S. Read more

XE Market Analysis: Europe - Oct 02, 2019

By: XE Market Analysis

Sterling has come under moderate pressure into the London interbank opening, though has remained above yesterday's lows. Brexit is finally coming to a head, with Prime Minister Johnson set to send Brussels his government's final proposals. He has already stated that if the EU does not agree to discuss them that he will refuse to negotiate further. Read more

XE Market Analysis: Asia - Oct 01, 2019

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The Dollar was higher in early N.Y. trade on Tuesday, leaving the DXY at a better than two-year peak of 99.67. Gains were not to last however, as a 10-year low U.S. manufacturing ISM took the wind out of the buck's sails in a hurry. The ISM fell to 10-year lows of 47.8, causing a broad Dollar sell-off, and sliding equities and yields. Read more

XE Market Analysis: The Mighty Greenback Sends Major Peers Tumbling

By: xemarketanalysis

OVERVIEW US Institute for Supply Management results came in significantly lower than expected. British Chancellor Sajid Javid vowed to raise the minimum "Living Wage" to ten pounds fifty. Canadian goods manufacturing was down, and Real GDP was flat after four consecutive months of growth. Read more

XE Market Analysis: North America - Oct 01, 2019

By: XE Market Analysis

The dollar pared gains after posting fresh highs against the euro, yen, Australian and New Zealand dollars, among other currencies. EUR-USD lifted out of a 28-month low at 1.0879, recouping to levels above 1.0900. EUR-CHF gained sharply, by nearly 0.5%, and most other euro crosses also rose, despite expectedly benign Eurozone inflation headlines in preliminary September data. Read more

XE Market Analysis: Europe - Oct 01, 2019

By: XE Market Analysis

The Australian has taken a tumbled on RBA guidance, with the central bank's governor, Lowe, repeating in his post-policy meeting statement that low interest rates will be required for an extended period of time. This followed a decision to leave the cash rate unchanged at its record low 0.75%. Read more

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