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Forex Daily Outlook February 29 2012

Prelim GDP and Fed Chairman Bernanke Testifies in the US are the main events today.  Here is an outlook on the market-movers awaiting us

In the US, Ben Bernanke, Federal Reserve Chairman is about to testify in Washington DC.

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GBP/USD Outlook Feb. 27 – March 2

GBP/USD Outlook Feb. 27 – March 2

GBP/USD was unchanged over the week, although the pair did drop over 200 pips before rebounding, to close at the 1.5870 level. The upcoming week has six releases. Here is an outlook for the upcoming events, and an updated technical analysis for GBP/USD. British GDP contracted by 0.2% in Q4 of 2011, and business investment plunged by [&hellip

Forex Daily Outlook January 31 2012

Forex Daily Outlook January 31 2012

US CB Consumer Confidence  and Canadian GDP are the major events today.  Here is an outlook on the market-movers awaiting us In the US, CB Consumer Confidence increased more than predicted to 64.5 in December from 55.2 in November indicating an elevated confidence among households. A further improvement to 68.2 is expected now. More in [&hellip

GBP/USD Outlook January 30 – February 3

GBP/USD Outlook January 30 – February 3

The British pound had another stellar week, climbing almost 200 pips against the US dollar, and breaking the 1.57 level. The upcoming week has seven releases, including GDP. Here is an outlook for the upcoming events, and an updated technical analysis for GBP/USD. The dollar weakened against most major currencies following Bernanke’s announcement that  interest rates will [&hellip

Forex Daily Outlook January 4 2012

Forex Daily Outlook January 4 2012

Factory Orders in the US and Construction PMI in the UK are the main events today.  Here is an outlook on the market-movers awaiting us In the US, Factory Orders, production leading indicator to value the new manufacturers’ orders over the past month, rise is expected from -0.4% up to 1.9% More in the US, [&hellip

GBP/USD Outlook January 2-6

GBP/USD Outlook January 2-6

GBP/USD surpised the markets with some unexpected movement during the holiday week. The pair broke the 1.57 resistance line (discussed last week), then dipped sharply to 1.5361, before recovering to close the week at 1.5527. There are five releases in the upcoming week, as the markets are  back in action. Here is an outlook for the upcoming events, and an updated [&hellip

Forex Daily Outlook November 29 2011

Forex Daily Outlook November 29 2011

Building Consents in the US and Nationwide HPI in the UK are the main events lined up.  Let’s see what awaits us today. In the US, The Conference Board (CB) Consumer Confidence, monthly survey to rate the present and upcoming financial conditions with labor availability etc., rise is expected from 39.8 on October up to [&hellip

GBP/USD Outlook Nov. 28 – Dec. 2

GBP/USD Outlook Nov. 28 – Dec. 2

The British pound couldn’t escape the European debt crisis, and the discussion about more QE in Britain. The upcoming week consists of two important PMIs among other figures. Here is an outlook for the upcoming events, and an updated technical analysis for GBP/USD. British bonds did enjoy the failed German bond auction, but this wasn’t enough to [&hellip

Forex Daily Outlook – October 31 2011

Forex Daily Outlook – October 31 2011

We start the week with some interesting events such as Chicago PMI in the US and GDP  in Canada as the main highlight on today’s outlook. Let’s see what awaits us today. In the US, Chicago Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI); monthly managers in Chicago survey to value the business conditions for employment, new orders etc. [&hellip

GBP/USD Outlook – Oct. 31 – Nov. 4

GBP/USD Outlook – Oct. 31 – Nov. 4

The British pound shared the fate of the euro, and enjoyed a very strong ride. The upcoming week is very busy, with the first release of Q3 GDP being the highlight. Here’s an outlook for the upcoming events, and an updated technical analysis for GBP/USD. The pound also enjoyed a relatively small current account deficit. This provided [&hellip