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USD Daily Review May 11, 2018

USD Daily Review for May 11, 2018

US Dollar Price Action Setups After CPI-Fueled Pullback

The US Dollar has finally started to pull back. But is this a retracement in a move of bullish continuation, or are we seeing the

 

USD/CAD Bearish Series Takes Shape Ahead of Canada Employment Report

Recent price action in USD/CAD raises the risk for a further decline in the exchange rate as it carves a fresh series of lower highs

 

Canadian Dollar Rate Forecast: Loonie Strength Emerges On Soft USD

The Canadian Dollar is trading higher across the board thanks to higher crude oil prices alongside tighter US/CA yield differentials.

 

US AM Digest: USD Gains Come to a Halt as CPI disappoints

US AM Digest: USD Gains Come to a Halt as CPI disappoints

 

US Dollar Drops on Inflation; Carney Brings a Support Test to GBP/USD

It’s been a busy morning across global markets, and the US Dollar has continued to pullback after running into resistance yesterday. GBP/USD is grinding at

 

GBPUSD Weaker After Bank of England Neutral Hold

For a more in-depth analysis on Sterling, check out the Q2 Forecast for GBP/USD GBP Bulls left well and truly disappointed after the Bank of England

 

US Dollar Price Action Setups After CPI-Fueled Pullback

The article accompanying this webinar can be found at the following location: https://www.dailyfx.com/forex/video/live_events/2018/05/10/us-dollar-price-acti…

 

USD/JPY and NZD/USD Forecast May 11, 2018

The US dollar has initially tried to rally during the day on Thursday but found the 110 level to be massive resistance. If we can break above the yen level, …

 

Trades from Dollar Pause, Pound Slide, Kiwi Tumble? (Trading Video)

Trades from Dollar Pause, Pound Slide, Kiwi Tumble? (Trading Video)

 

EUR/USD Technical Analysis: Down Trend Intact After Bounce

The Euro managed to score the largest one-day gain in six weeks against the US Dollar but the dominant trend bias continues to favor on-going

 

Asia AM Digest: PHP, SGD Await HK GDP. USD Uptrend Holds Post CPI

The Philippine Peso and Singapore Dollar await the first quarter Hong Kong GDP data. Meanwhile, the US Dollar uptrend since mid-April is still intact after

 




GBP dips as BoE remains on hold slashes growth; Tepid US CPI does not help USD

The Bank of England left rates unchanged yesterday and slashed growth projections, the GBP retreated across the board and hit its lowest in these last 4 months. The british central bank lowerly revised its growth and inflation outlook for 2018 and 2019.

 

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