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Bubbling inflation risks could create new dilemmas for central banks

Bubbling inflation risks could create new dilemmas for central banks

Jul 25, 2014 14:11
Inflation risks in the world economy could be ratcheting up, despite the winding down of the US Federal Reserve’s quantitative easing programme posing a new dilemma for...

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GBP/USD Forecast July 28-Aug.1

GBP/USD Forecast July 28-Aug.1

Jul 27, 2014 19:56
GBP/USD took a tumble last week, as the pound coughed up over a 100 points and slipped below the 1.70 level. The pair closed the week at 1.6964. This week’s...
  • USD/JPY Forecast Jul. 28 – Aug. 1
    USD/JPY Forecast Jul. 28 – Aug. 1
    USD/JPY rose from the lows approaching the well known 102 line once again in a week that saw lots of dollar strength....
    on Jul 27, 2014 12:25
  • EUR/USD Forecast Jul 28-Aug 1
    EUR/USD Forecast Jul 28-Aug 1
    EUR/USD lost ground for another week and reached levels last seen in November 2013. Will it continue lower? Inflation...
    on Jul 26, 2014 15:00
  • Forex Weekly Outlook Jul. 28 – Aug. 1
    Forex Weekly Outlook Jul. 28 – Aug. 1
    The US dollar advanced nicely in a week that saw mixed data. A triplet of top tier US events dominates the scene:...
    on Jul 25, 2014 19:59

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AUD/USD Forecast July 28-Aug. 1

AUD/USD Forecast July 28-Aug. 1

Jul 27, 2014 14:53
AUD/USD was unchanged for a third consecutive week, as the pair closed at 0.9384. This week’s highlight are Building Approvals and PPI. Here is an outlook on the...
  • USD/CAD Forecast July 28-Aug. 1
    USD/CAD Forecast July 28-Aug. 1
    The Canadian dollar sagged on Friday, as USD/CAD pushed above the 1.08 level, closing at 1.0803. On the release...
    on Jul 27, 2014 14:09
  • AUD/USD Forecast July 21-25
    AUD/USD Forecast July 21-25
    AUD/USD was unchanged for a second straight week, as the pair closed at 0.9382. This week’s highlight is...
    on Jul 20, 2014 14:14
  • USD/CAD Forecast July 21-25
    USD/CAD Forecast July 21-25
    USD/CAD was unchanged at the end of the week, closing at 1.0732. The upcoming week is very quiet, with just...
    on Jul 20, 2014 12:01

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FXBeat – an “always on” site for your forex trading

Jul 25, 2014 12:41
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EURUSD: Vulnerable, Targets Further Downside With Caution

EURUSD: Vulnerable, Targets Further Downside With Caution

EURUSD: Outlook for EUR remains lower following a bearish price extension the past week. Corrective may occur in the new week. Support lies at the 1.3000 level where a break will expose the 1.3350 level. Below here will pave the way for a move lower towards the 1.3300 level. If this continues, expect further downside

GBP/USD Forecast July 28-Aug.1

GBP/USD Forecast July 28-Aug.1

GBP/USD took a tumble last week, as the pound coughed up over a 100 points and slipped below the 1.70 level. The pair closed the week at 1.6964. This week’s highlight is Manufacturing PMI. Here is an outlook for the main events moving the pound, and an updated technical analysis for GBP/USD. British releases were positive last week, led by GDP which posted a strong

AUD/USD Forecast July 28-Aug. 1

AUD/USD Forecast July 28-Aug. 1

AUD/USD was unchanged for a third consecutive week, as the pair closed at 0.9384. This week’s highlight are Building Approvals and PPI. Here is an outlook on the major market-movers and an updated technical analysis for AUD/USD. Australian releases were uneventful last week, as CPI matched the forecast. In the US, housing, employment and manufacturing data was excellent, but the

USD/CAD Forecast July 28-Aug. 1

USD/CAD Forecast July 28-Aug. 1

The Canadian dollar sagged on Friday, as USD/CAD pushed above the 1.08 level, closing at 1.0803. On the release front, it’s another quiet week, with only two events. Here is an outlook on the major events and an updated technical analysis for USD/CAD. Canadian retail sales were a mixed bag and had little effect on the pair. In

USD/JPY Forecast Jul. 28 – Aug. 1

USD/JPY Forecast Jul. 28 – Aug. 1

USD/JPY rose from the lows approaching the well known 102 line once again in a week that saw lots of dollar strength. Will it pick a direction now? Consumer related figures such as retail sales and household spending stand out  Here is an outlook on the major events moving the yen and an updated technical analysis for USD/JPY. In

EUR/USD Forecast Jul 28-Aug 1

EUR/USD Forecast Jul 28-Aug 1

EUR/USD lost ground for another week and reached levels last seen in November 2013. Will it continue lower? Inflation numbers stand out among the wide list of releases due. Here is an outlook on the highlights of this week and an updated technical analysis for EUR/USD. Eurozone PMIs improved in June and the unemployment rate

Forex Weekly Outlook Jul. 28 – Aug. 1

Forex Weekly Outlook Jul. 28 – Aug. 1

The US dollar advanced nicely in a week that saw mixed data. A triplet of top tier US events dominates the scene: Q2 GDP, the Fed meeting and the Non-Farm Payrolls. There are other important indicators in the US and elsewhere. Here is an outlook on the major events coming our way. Geo-politics continued to dominate the

German Weltschmerz Hammers Markets

German Weltschmerz Hammers Markets

It appears that the famously cheerful Germans aren’t feeling quite so optimistic lately.The euro is holding near an eight-month low and global markets are limping into the weekend after the Ifo German business confidence survey fell for a third month running. The closely watched benchmark fell to 108, crushing market expectations around the 109.50 mark –

Canadian dollar crashing down – USD/CAD > 1.08

Canadian dollar crashing down – USD/CAD > 1.08

The Canadian dollar continues its journey south, mostly suffering from the strength of the US dollar. This is the highest level since May. USD/CAD shot above the 1.08 level after breaking earlier above resistance at 1.0750 and stopping only for a short pause. The pair reached a high of 1.0813 before cooling and sliding back below

US durable goods orders exceed expectations with +0.7%

US durable goods orders exceed expectations with +0.7%

Better than expected: headline orders rise by 0.7% and core orders by 0.8%. Durable goods orders were expected to to advance by 0.4% in June after a drop of 0.9% in May. Core durable goods orders were predicted to rise by 0.6% after remaining flat in May. By another measure, non-defense no air, we have a