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USD Daily Review November 9, 2017

USD Daily Review for November 9, 2017

EUR/USD: ‘Making Cents’ Of US Tax Plan; Where To Target? – ING

ING FX Strategy Research discusses the USD outlook in light of the recent development on the US tax reform front.”Despite a lot of fresh (US) inputs, the dollar hasn’t gone very far. In fact, one-month EUR/USD traded volatility is crashing below 6% and favouring more range trading in the near-term. Going forward expect the US tax plan to r


USD: Recent Rally On Back Of Tax Reforms Hopes Likely Overdone – Credit Agricole

Credit Agricole CIB FX Strategy Research discusses the USD outlook in light of the recent development on the US tax reform front.”The House Ways and Means Committee is due to vote on its version of the tax reform bill Thursday and a vote by a full sitting House is expected next week.The gaps between the House and Senate bills are beginning to


EUR/USD Downside Targets in Focus Following Neckline Break

EUR/USD may continue give back the advance from the summer months as a head-and-shoulders formation unfolds, with the ECB on course to carry the QE


Australian Dollar May Rally With Bullish-Contrarian Trading Bias

The combination of current sentiment and recent changes gives us a stronger AUDUSD-bullish contrarian trading bias.


EUR/USD Responds to Initial Support- Recovery to Offer Opportunity

Euro rebounded off the initial head & shoulders target from the late-September break. Here are the updated targets & invalidation levels that matter from here.


RBNZ Preview: NZD/USD Rebound Susceptible to Dovish Policy Outlook

NZD/USD stands at risk of facing near-term headwinds should the RBNZ show a greater willingness to preserve the record-low cash rate over the coming months.


U.S. Dollar Supported as NZD/USD Double Bottom Shows Ahead of RBNZ

The U.S. Dollar continues to show strength after the ECB-fueled bullish breakout, and NZD/USD is on the ropes ahead of this afternoon’s RBNZ rate decision.


Technical Outlook for USD, Euro, Pound, Yen-Crosses & More

Today, we focused on a few set-ups in various pairs along with the potential for a rise in volatility from depressed levels.


USD/JPY Options Appear to be Underpricing Potential for Volatility

Implied volatility has been on the decline in FX, but there looks to be potential for a rise in Yen volatility which may stem from


New Zealand dollar adds to gains as RBNZ leaves monetary policy unchanged

The New Zealand dollar extended gains against its U.S. rival on Wednesday, after the Reserve Bank of New Zealand left left its official cash rate unch


Forex : Gauging FOMC Expectations & Implications for USD

Join DailyFX Currency Analyst David Song to gauge market expectations surrounding the Federal Reserve along with key market themes that are taking shape in N…


USD/JPY and AUD/USD Forecast November 9, 2017

The US dollar initially fell against the Japanese yen, but has turned around to form a hammer during the Wednesday trading session. This shows to me that we …


EUR/USD and GBP/USD Forecast November 9, 2017

The EUR/USD pair rallied initially during the trading session on Wednesday, but gave back most of the gains. This is a very unimpressive attempt at a rally a…


Refer to EUR/USD Before Trading Euro Cross Technicals

There is an uncanny number of attractive, big-picture technical patterns among the Euro crosses. Given the Euro’s charge through 2017, the speculation and staging for


Asia AM Digest: Aussie Dollar Response to China CPI May Not Last

The Australian Dollar may prove responsive to incoming Chinese CPI data but standstill on the RBA monetary policy front may rob the move of follow-through


NZ Dollar Gains as RBNZ Sees Raising Rates Sooner Than Before

The New Zealand Dollar rose as the RBNZ left its policy rate unchanged but predicted raising it sooner than previously estimated.


AUD/USD Technical Analysis: All Eyes on Trend-Defining Support Line

The Australian Dollar is perched at trend-defining support, with the currency yet to decide on near-term direction against its US counterpart.


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