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XE Market Analysis: Europe - Oct 28, 2019

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USD-JPY edged out an 11-day high at 108.79, surpassing Friday's high by 2 pips. The New Zealand dollar also saw an 11-day low versus the U.S. currency, while the Canadian dollar nudged just below the low it saw against the U.S. buck on Friday. Ranges have been narrow, while most of the other main currency pairings and cross rates remained comfortably within respective Friday ranges. Read more

XE Market Analysis: Asia - Oct 25, 2019

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FX Trade was quiet in N.Y. on Friday, though the Dollar rose overall. The DXY moved to seven-session highs of 97.90, posting the bulk of gains at the expense of the Euro and Pound. A slight University of Michigan consumer sentiment miss had little impact on trade. Read more

XE Market Analysis: North America - Oct 25, 2019

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Directionally inactive best describes trading among the main currencies so far today. The Brexit process has become snarled up (again), and market narratives are expressing a wariness ahead of top-level talks between U.S. and Chinese officials later today, and into monetary policy meetings at the Fed and BoJ next week. Read more

XE Market Analysis: Europe - Oct 25, 2019

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The dollar has been holding steady against most other currencies to far today, losing a little ground to the Australian and Canadian dollars, but remaining comfortably within respective ranges from yesterday. EUR-USD has been holding steady just above 1.1100, and USD-JPY has been amid a narrow chop around the 108.50-60 area. Read more

XE Market Analysis: Asia - Oct 24, 2019

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The Dollar was higher in N.Y. traded on Thursday, despite weak U.S. durable goods orders, mixed equities, and lower Treasury yields. Most of the USD gains came at the expense of the Euro and pound, as EUR-USD slipped under 1.1100 following a dovish ECB outlook, while Sterling slid on Brexit uncertainty, later recovering some as PM Johnson called a December 12 election. Read more

XE Market Analysis: North America - Oct 24, 2019

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The dollar picked up some demand after a bout of weakness, while the Australian and New Zealand dollars came under some pressure. EUR-USD carved out a high at 1.1162 before tumbling back to the lower 1.1100s. Cable settled back around the 1.2900 mark after an early London pop to 1.2950, continuing a choppy consolidation below the five-month peak seen on Tuesday at 1.3012, which was the culmination of a pronounced phase of sterling outperformance. Read more

XE Market Analysis: Europe - Oct 24, 2019

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The dollar has retained a softening bias against most currencies, which has seen EUR-USD carve out a high at 1.1142 and Cable a peak of 1.2928, up from respective lows from yesterday at 1.1106 and 1.2841. One exception is the case of USD-JPY, which has remained buoyant with the yen underperforming most other currencies amid a backdrop of cautious risk taking in global markets. Read more

XE Market Analysis: Asia - Oct 23, 2019

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The Dollar was largely sideways through the N.Y. session on Wednesday, confining the DXY to a narrow 97.52 to 97.61 trading range. There was little in the way of data to provide direction, while stocks and yields were nearly flat on the day as well. EUR-USD traded sideways between 1.1112 and 1.1125, and will likely remain unmoved into Thursday's ECB meeting, where no policy changes are expected. Read more

XE Market Analysis: North America - Oct 23, 2019

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Both the pound and the euro came under pressure against most other currencies amid fast-moving Brexit developments, with both currencies correcting after recent outperformance. Cable posted a five-day low at 1.2841, which extended the decline from the five-month peak seen on Tuesday at 1.3012. Read more

XE Market Analysis: Europe - Oct 23, 2019

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The pound has taken a rotation lower following the UK Parliament's rejection of PM Johnson's program bill to fast track the ratification of the EU withdrawal legislation. This means that Brexit will not happen on October 31, unless the EU decided to refuse an extension -- which is highly unlikely, as Brussels will not want to get the blame for a no-deal Brexit scenario (the pound would be crashing if markets believed that it was of a mind not to grant an extension). Read more

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