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USD Daily Review October 13, 2017

USD Daily Review for October 13, 2017

GBP Volatility Leads The Day, USD Struggling At Top: SW Report

After the FOMC minutes release showed persistent concern among Fed members about low inflation, the USD has failed to hold gains achieved earlier in the


Price Action Setups Around the U.S. Dollar Ahead of CPI

Tomorrow brings a pivotal CPI print out of the United States as US markets continue to grapple with the prospect of near-term rate hikes out


USD In Focus Ahead of CPI as Euro Bulls, Cable Bears Take Hold

The U.S. Dollar has put in a bearish move since last week’s NFP report, and we’re seeing a bit of pullback ahead of tomorrow’s CPI


DailyFX US AM Digest: US Dollar Drops for Four Straight Days Before Stabilizing

The US Dollar has stabilized today after slipping for four consecutive days, including yesterday following the release of the September FOMC meeting minutes.


Canadian Dollar Under Pressure on NAFTA, Easier Oil Prices

The advance in the US Dollar since early September against its Canadian counterpart has run out of steam but could well resume as NAFTA negotiations


DXY Losing Bullish Posture, Broad US Dollar Outlook Turns Neutral

The DXY Index now is below its daily 21-EMA, suggesting that broadly, the bias has been neutralized; only selective long exposure is appropriate.


Webinar: Central Bank Weekly: What’s the Next Move for the Fed & the US Dollar?: 10/12/17

DailyFX Senior Currency Strategist Christopher Vecchio, CFA discusses the major central banks’ monetary policies and their implications for FX markets over t…


USD/JPY and AUD/USD Forecast October 13, 2017

The US dollar fell during the session on Thursday, reaching towards the 112 level and finding support. We did bounce slightly, but I think that the market is…


EUR/USD and GBP/USD Forecast October 13, 2017

The EUR/USD pair tried to rally initially on Thursday, but then turned around to form a slightly negative candle. I think that the market is trying to go hig…


Asia AM Digest: Aussie Dollar May Suffer as China Data Disappoints

The Australian Dollar may suffer if Chinese trade statistics disappoint, echoing a string of deteriorating outcomes relative to consensus forecasts over the past month.


China is binging on dollar-denominated debt

China is leading a global surge of dollar-denominated debt, having just announced that it’ll sell $2 billion in government bonds.


Uptick in Headline & Core U.S. CPI to Derail EUR/USD Recovery

An uptick in the headline and core U.S. CPI may derail the rebound in EUR/USD as it puts pressure on the FOMC to implement additional


Currency In Play: US Data Headlining news – EURUSD waiting, GBPUSD trading higher on Brexit hope


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