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Is This The End Of EUR-Funded Carry Trades? – Credit Agricole

Is This The End Of EUR-Funded Carry Trades? – Credit Agricole

May 3, 2015 12:07
With EUR/USD showing a lot of strength, it is time to ask whether one of the drivers lower has materially changed, especially as bunds have changed course. Here is the take...

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GBP/USD Forecast May 4-8

GBP/USD Forecast May 4-8

May 3, 2015 13:14
The British pound  jumped close to 1.55, but was unable to consolidate at these levels and closed the week with slight losses. The pair closed at 1.5123. This week’s...
  • USD/JPY Forecast May 4-8
    USD/JPY Forecast May 4-8
    USD/JPY gained about 100 points last week and closed just above the 120 line. The upcoming week is very quiet,...
    on May 3, 2015 10:59
  • EUR/USD Forecast May 4-8
    EUR/USD Forecast May 4-8
    EUR/USD stormed higher, breaking resistance and hardly stopping to breath. Can this impressive rally continue?...
    on May 2, 2015 13:58
  • Forex Weekly Outlook May 4-8
    Forex Weekly Outlook May 4-8
    The US dollar experienced a very turbulent week, tumbling down and recovering, but not against the euro. Close...
    on May 1, 2015 15:03

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USD/CAD Forecast May 4-8

USD/CAD Forecast May 4-8

May 3, 2015 19:08
The Canadian dollar showed some strength during the week breaking below the 1.20 level for the first time since mid-January. However, the loonie failed to consolidate at these...
  • AUD/USD Forecast May 4-8
    AUD/USD Forecast May 4-8
    The Australian dollar showed some strength during the week but was unable to consolidate and ended the week unchanged....
    on May 3, 2015 17:34
  • NZD/USD Forecast May 4-8
    NZD/USD Forecast May 4-8
    The New Zealand dollar .was certainly affected by the central banks, the local one and the US one in a busy week...
    on May 3, 2015 10:41
  • AUD/USD Forecast Apr. 27 – May 1
    AUD/USD Forecast Apr. 27 – May 1
    The Australian dollar weakened during the week but was unchanged at week’s end. AUD/USD closed the week...
    on Apr 26, 2015 14:57

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Forex Crunch Key Metrics April 2015

Forex Crunch Key Metrics April 2015

May 1, 2015 10:15
The fourth month of the year began slowly with the Easter break but certainly accelerated towards the end. All in all, while there is a drop from March, the year over year...

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USD/CAD Forecast May 4-8

USD/CAD Forecast May 4-8

The Canadian dollar showed some strength during the week breaking below the 1.20 level for the first time since mid-January. However, the loonie failed to consolidate at these levels and posted very slight gains on the week. USD/CAD closed the week at 1.2136. This week’s major highlights are Building Permits and Employment Change. Here is an outlook on

AUD/USD Forecast May 4-8

AUD/USD Forecast May 4-8

The Australian dollar showed some strength during the week but was unable to consolidate and ended the week unchanged. AUD/USD closed the week at 0.7841. The upcoming week is a busy one, with 14 events. Here is an outlook on the major market-movers and an updated technical analysis for AUD/USD. US numbers disappointed last week, as Consumer

GBP/USD Forecast May 4-8

GBP/USD Forecast May 4-8

The British pound  jumped close to 1.55, but was unable to consolidate at these levels and closed the week with slight losses. The pair closed at 1.5123. This week’s highlights are PMI reports and the parliamentary election. Here is an outlook on the major events moving the pound and an updated technical analysis for GBP/USD.

Is This The End Of EUR-Funded Carry Trades? – Credit Agricole

Is This The End Of EUR-Funded Carry Trades? – Credit Agricole

With EUR/USD showing a lot of strength, it is time to ask whether one of the drivers lower has materially changed, especially as bunds have changed course. Here is the take from Credit Agricole: Here is their view, courtesy of eFXnews: EUR remains surprisingly resilient as investors worry that the ECB may taper its QE before long

USD/JPY Forecast May 4-8

USD/JPY Forecast May 4-8

USD/JPY gained about 100 points last week and closed just above the 120 line. The upcoming week is very quiet, with just two events. Here is an outlook on the major events moving the yen and an updated technical analysis for USD/JPY. US numbers looked weak, as Consumer Confidence and Manufacturing PMI reports missed expectations. In Japan, inflation indicators

NZD/USD Forecast May 4-8

NZD/USD Forecast May 4-8

The New Zealand dollar .was certainly affected by the central banks, the local one and the US one in a busy week and lost a lot of ground. The action continues with quarterly employment data as well as other events. Here is an analysis of fundamentals and an updated technical analysis for NZD/USD. It all seemed rosy

EUR/USD Forecast May 4-8

EUR/USD Forecast May 4-8

EUR/USD stormed higher, breaking resistance and hardly stopping to breath. Can this impressive rally continue? PMIs are among the important releases in a busy week that will also have one eye on Greece. Here is an outlook for the highlights of this week and an updated technical analysis for EUR/USD. Greek jitters continued rattling markets. Reports about

EUR/USD: A Buy Signal Or A Warning Signal- JP Morgan, ING

EUR/USD: A Buy Signal Or A Warning Signal- JP Morgan, ING

EUR/USD continues defying gravity, continuing higher when other currencies slip against the dollar. Here are two different opinions on what’s next for euro/dollar: Here is their view, courtesy of eFXnews: JPM: The bears are on alert, but remain in control for the time-being. “The break above pivotal resistance at 1.1053/98 sent a first serious warning signal

Looming Election and GDP Figures Weigh on Sterling

Looming Election and GDP Figures Weigh on Sterling

The past week has been a volatile one on the forex markets as the UK, US and Eurozone have all taken turns in the spotlight. We started out with news from the continent, as Greece continued to squabble with its creditors who refused to relax their repayment terms. Attention shifted to the UK on Tuesday,

ISM Manufacturing PMI misses at 51.5 – USD actually rises

ISM Manufacturing PMI misses at 51.5 – USD actually rises

US troubles are not over in Q1 and they get well into Q2. The ISM Manufacturing PMI remains at 51.5 points, reflecting very slow growth. This is the lowest number since May 2013 – almost two years. The employment component is in contraction zone: below 50 points at 48.3 – an ominous sign towards the NFP. The USD