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XE Market Analysis: Asia - Oct 02, 2018

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The Dollar index pulled back from one-month highs seen early in the session on Tuesday, dipping to 95.36 from 95.74. There were no data to drive markets through the session. EUR-USD recovered from trend lows of 1.1506, peaking later at 1.1570. USD-JPY found support ahead of 113.50, while USD-CAD chopped around in the lower 1.28's. Read more

XE Market Analysis: Canadian Loonie Nestles Atop 4-month High on USMCA

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OVERVIEW The US Dollar stays strong against most G-10 currencies Investors await for the details of the new trilateral USMCA pact. Oil futures are up with WTI trading near $75.50 a barrel HIGHLIGHT The Canadian Loonie got the nicest kind of shot in the arm following the announcement of a new trilateral trade agreement. Read more

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By: xemarketanalysis

OVERVIEW The US Dollar stays strong against most G-10 currencies Investors await for the details of the new trilateral USMCA pact. Oil futures are up with WTI trading near $75.50 a barrel HIGHLIGHT The Canadian Loonie got the nicest kind of shot in the arm following the announcement of a new trilateral trade agreement. Read more

XE Market Analysis: North America - Oct 02, 2018

By: XE Market Analysis

The Dollar and Yen ascended while the likes of the Euro, Sterling and Australian Dollar were the standout underperformers. EUR-USD and Euro crosses tumbled sharply on Italy angst, which drove EUR-USD to a six-week low at 1.1505. The head of economic policy of Italy's ruling Lega party, Claudio Borghi, said that he was "truly convinced that Italy would solve most of its problems it if had its own currency," though a spokesman walked back the remarks by stating that leaving the euro is not the government's policy and that "it has no plans to do so," which helped stabilize the common currency. Read more

XE Market Analysis: Europe - Oct 02, 2018

By: XE Market Analysis

Both the Dollar and Yen have outperformed, with the latter outpacing the former, driving USD-JPY to a two-day low of 113.80 despite concurrent Dollar gains versus most other currencies. Euro weakness has remained a theme, with fresh volatility in Italian asset markets, in turn a reflection about the government's budget, weighing on the common currency. Read more

XE Market Analysis: Asia - Oct 01, 2018

By: XE Market Analysis

The Dollar index rallied in N.Y. trade on Monday, taking it to 95.36 highs from opening lows of 95.01. The move came despite softer ISM and construction spending data, and was largely attributed to the trade agreement between the U.S. and Canada. EUR-USD slipped to 1.1564, helped lower by Italian political concerns. Read more

XE Market Analysis: Sterling rises on Brexit Report, Euro sinks on Italian budget worries

By: xemarketanalysis

OVERVIEW Sterling strengthens widely despite a Conservative party Brexit conflict The Canadian Dollar is at a 4-month high on headline-grabbing USMCA trade deal The Turkish Lira is at a 6-week high HIGHLIGHT The Canadian Dollar and Mexican Peso strengthened on a deadline-defying USMCA trade deal which will replace the beleaguered NAFTA agreement. Read more

XE Market Analysis: North America - Oct 01, 2018

By: XE Market Analysis

The Dollar has traded mixed, pegging 11-month highs against the Yen at one extreme while diving nearly 1% versus the Canadian dollar at the other. Broad Euro firmness was also a theme. USD-CAD dove four-month low at 1.2787 following news late Sunday that U.S. Read more

XE Market Analysis: Europe - Oct 01, 2018

By: XE Market Analysis

The Dollar has traded mostly firmer, posting fresh trend highs in the case against the Yen, while lifting versus the Euro and other currencies, although holding below recent highs. The main exception was the the Canadian dollar which rallied strongly after the U.S. Read more

XE Market Analysis: Asia - Sep 28, 2018

By: XE Market Analysis

The Dollar index pulled back from levels last seen on September 10, topping at 95.36, before falling back to 95.02 lows into the London close on the back of week- and month-end position squaring. U.S. data was mixed, and include about in-line income and spending figures, though Chicago PMI and Michigan sentiment missed the marks, weighing some some on the Greenback. Read more

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