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USD Daily Review April 16, 2018

USD Daily Review for April 16, 2018

EUR/USD Weekly Technical Forecast: When Will the Euro Break its Range?

Range conditions look headed to persist in the week ahead, but a break could come at any time.


Expect a Dow and S&P 500 Break Early Next Week, More Range for USD

Risk trends these past weeks have been progressing towards a bullish recovery, but the effort is clearly half-hearted.


GBP/USD: Bullish Breakout Runs into Fibonacci Resistance

The British Pound is pulling back after hitting running into a Fibonacci level at fresh two-month highs, but with UK inflation on deck for next


US AM Digest: GBPUSD Eyes Post-Brexit High

Receive the DailyFX US AM Digest in your inbox every day before US equity markets open – signup here US equities set to close the week on a high as b


USD/JPY and AUD/USD Forecast April 16, 2018

The US dollar has rallied significantly during the trading session on Friday, breaking above the 107.50 level before turning around and forming a bit of a sh…


EUR/USD and GBP/USD Forecast April 16, 2018

The EUR/USD pair had a volatile session on Friday, initially trying to break above the 1.2350 level, but then pulling back only to bounce again. By doing so,…


Trillion-dollar budget deficits will make next recession more painful

House Speaker Paul Ryan is leaving behind a looming $1 trillion budget deficit that will make the next recession harder to fight.


Malaysian Ringgit Faces Local CPI & China GDP, USD/IDR May Fall

The Malaysian Ringgit faces a local CPI report and first quarter Chinese GDP data. USD/IDR faces the Bank of Indonesia rate decision; it is also


Australian Dollar Could Fight Back This Week If Data Hold Up

The Australian Dollar has fought back a little against its big US cousin, and this week could well see that process continue, if not overwhelm


NZ Dollar Down Despite Upbeat RBNZ, Yen Up as Abe Teeters

The New Zealand Dollar fell despite would-be hawkish rhetoric from new RBNZ Governor Adrian Orr. The Yen rose as Prime Minister Abe looked increasingly vulnerable.


Dollar skids as markets weigh limited risk with strike on Syria

The dollar slipped on Monday as forex markets assessed the impact of strikes on Syria by the United States and its allies over the weekend. With losses at a minimum, military action did not result in broad risk aversion.


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