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USD Daily Review March 5, 2018

USD Daily Review for March 5, 2018

EUR/USD Weekly Technical Forecast: Euro May Be in Trouble After Bounce

The euro finished off last week with a bounce, but that may quickly come under fire, and a result see the single-currency put in an


Australian Dollar Could Struggle With RBA Rate Call, Lowe Speech

The Australian Dollar market can look forward to two key local economic events this week. Neither may be very comforting for the bulls.


The Impact of Tariffs and Trade Wars on the US Economy and the Dollar

A look back at history – both recent and not so recent – shows why the concept of trade wars is bad for the US


USD/JPY Bear-Flag Formation Unfolds as BoJ Alters Policy Outlook

USD/JPY is back under pressure as Bank of Japan (BoJ) Governor Haruhiko Kuroda unexpectedly alters the outlook for monetary policy.


EUR/USD Bounces, USD/JPY Breaks Ahead of Big Week for Central Banks

It’s been an active week across global markets, and next week brings a slew of Central Bank rate decisions out of the ECB, BoJ, BoC


US AM Digest: US Dollar Bearish Reversal Finds Follow Through

Global markets continue to reel from comments made by US President Trump over the past 24-hours.


McDonald’s stock books worst 1-day dollar drop in its history and worst percentage fall since 2008

Shares of McDonald’s Corp. MCD, -4.77% sank sharply lower Friday, registering its worst dollar decline in its history as a publicly traded company and


USD/JPY and AUD/USD Forecast March 5, 2018

The US dollar fell during most of the session on Friday, as traders continue to worry about tariffs coming out of the United States. However, we did bounce a…


EUR/USD and GBP/USD Forecast March 5, 2018

The EUR/USD pair fell initially on Friday but found enough support near the 1.2250 level to turn around and rally significantly. At the close, we are reachin…


Australian Dollar Up On Corporate Profits, More Key Events Ahead

The Australian Dollar appreciated after better-than-expected corporate profits and building approvals. However, key local events later on might offer a more lasting market reaction.


AUD/USD Implied Volatility Elevated Ahead of RBA and Trade Talks

Australian Dollar implied volatility versus its US counterpart is elevated as the RBA rate decision approaches. Ongoing trade developments probably have a role here as


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