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USD Daily Review November 29, 2017

USD Daily Review for November 29, 2017

U.S. Dollar Drop in the Spotlight Ahead of Powell, GDP

The U.S. Dollar has broken down over the past three weeks, and price action has remained weak even as we approach a December with a


Trading Around GBP, Short GBP/USD and Short EUR/GBP

Two compelling patterns with positive risk to reward ratios pointing in the opposite directions for Sterling. See the Elliott Wave counts for GBP/USD and EUR/GBP.


EUR/USD and GBP/USD Forecast November 29, 2017

Initially, the EUR/USD pair tried to rally during the Monday trading session but found the area above the 1.19 level to be a bit too resistive to continue. B…


USD/JPY and AUD/USD Forecast November 29, 2017

This pair got kicked around a bit during the day on Tuesday, as the North Koreans launched a missile. However, technically speaking we are simply bouncing fr…


Japanese Yen Technical Analysis: USD/JPY Builds Cautious Base

The Japanese Yen has been gaining on the US Dollar but the process seems to have slowed somewhat, leaving a little more momentum with USD/JPY


With a Flush of Pound Volatility, Is GBP/USD More Tradable?

The Pound has been one of the least ‘tradable’ majors this year. While the currency and its crosses have been relatively consistent in very gradual


NZD/USD Technical Analysis: Overall Bias Bearish Through Upswing

The New Zealand Dollar touched a three-week high after breaking its near-term down trend but the broader directional bias still seems to favor weakness.


NZ Dollar Drifts Down On Grant Testimony, NZDUSD Bounce Safe

The New Zealand Dollar inched lower as acting RBNZ Governor Grant Spencer spoke to Parliament. His comments were mainly focused on the housing market


Alibaba is planning to issue up to $7 billion of dollar-denominated bonds

Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. BABA, -0.71% has started marketing a dollar-denominated bond deal in its second visit to the bond


Trade Idea: Long Dow, S&P, EUR/USD & Gold

Bryan Noble, of, says that despite the fact that the majority of people hold short positions on the Dow Industrials and the S&P 500, he is lo…


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