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XE Market Analysis: North America - Sep 17, 2018

By: XE Market Analysis

The Dollar has come under moderate but broad pressure. EUR-USD lifted back above 1.1650, gaining about 30 pips on the day amid a bout of general dollar weakness. Last week's sub-forecast U.S. CPI data, which followed more benign than anticipated PPI figures the day before, has continued to have some resonance, although reports that President Trump will in the coming days announce his decision to proceed with tariff hikes on $200 bln worth of Chinese imports is a potential dollar-support event. Read more

XE Market Analysis: The Currency Market is in Consolidation Mode

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OVERVIEW Investors stay away amidst uncertainty over global trade issues. No major update on NAFTA as US and Canadian officials are still wrangling over crucial issues in the dairy and media industries. Oil futures are back below $70, and Precious Metals are trading up with Gold futures up around by $1.65 to $1,208.50 per ounce. Read more

XE Market Analysis: North America - Sep 14, 2018

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The Dollar extended declines that were sparked by yesterday's U.S. CPI data. EUR-USD has posted a new high for a third consecutive day, this time at 1.1721, which is the loftiest level seen since the late-August peak at 1.1733. Cable edged out a fresh six-week high of 1.3138, tracking EUR-USD higher amid broader Dollar weakness, with EUR-GBP holding in a near directionless stasis. Read more

XE Market Analysis: Asia - Sep 13, 2018

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Cool U.S. CPI data was the story for the Dollar in N.Y. on Thursday, which resulted in the Greenback initially losing ground across the board. As risk appetite picked up on hopes for progress on global trade, Wall Street rallied, allowing risk-sensitive USD-JPY to advance to just shy of 112.00. Read more

XE Market Analysis: North America - Sep 13, 2018

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The Dollar has traded mixed so far today, losing ground to the Australian Dollar, holding steady against the Pound while gaining on the Yen and Canadian Dollar. The overriding theme has been Yen weakness, which has been subject to a safe-haven premium unwind following the U.S. Read more

XE Market Analysis: Asia - Sep 12, 2018

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The dollar traded lower versus major currencies in N.Y. on Wednesday, initially falling on the back of cooler U.S. PPI numbers, then dropping further as reports circulated that the U.S. and China would restart stalled trade talks in the next few weeks. Read more

XE Market Analysis: Europe - Sep 12, 2018

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Both the Dollar and Yen have firmed up against most other currencies amid a backdrop of risk aversion in Asia, with the Japanese currency marginally outperforming the U.S. currency, seeing USD-JPY nudge lower after initially posting a one-week high in early Asia-Pacific dealings, at 111.65, with the pair then ebbing to the 111.45-50 area. Read more

XE Marketing Analysis: Sterling is Losing the Crown as Brexit Deal Euphoria Fades Away

By: xemarketanalysis

OVERVIEW Global trade tensions keep currency moves in check. Investors focus on Washington, DC as Canadian and American officials reconvene to discuss NAFTA terms Oil futures are up 0.3%, and Gold futures are seeing red, down $6 an ounce HIGHLIGHT The Indian Rupee continues to suffer following a significant selloff in the emerging markets. Read more

XE Marketing Analysis: Sterling is Losing the Crown as Brexit Deal Euphoria Fades Away

By: xemarketanalysis

OVERVIEW Global trade tensions keep currency moves in check. Investors focus on Washington, DC as Canadian and American officials reconvene to discuss NAFTA terms Oil futures are up 0.3%, and Gold futures see red, down $6 an ounce HIGHLIGHT The Indian Rupee continues to suffer following a significant selloff in the emerging markets. Read more

XE Market Analysis: North America - Sep 11, 2018

By: XE Market Analysis

The Dollar more than reversed intraday losses it saw against most currencies, and the USD index (DXY) was showing a fractional gain heading into the New York interbank open, at 95.28, up from the two-session low seen earlier at 94.88. EUR-USD concurrently fell by 50 pips to levels near 1.1590, leaving the 1.1644 two-session high in its wake. Read more

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