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Day: September 27, 2019

The third quarter was a dud for stocks, but the fourth quarter could be full of surprises

Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. Lucas Jackson | Reuters The third quarter wraps up in the week ahead with stocks just slightly higher for the period, after a summer of zigzag moves. The market faces some of the same challenges in the final quarter of the year, including Brexit, …

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Currency Volatility: What is it & How to Trade It?

Currency volatility is characterized by frequent and rapid changes to exchange rates in the forex market. Understanding forex volatility can help you decide which currencies to trade and how. In this article, we explore what FX volatility is and how to identify it, reveal the high volatility currency pairs to look out for, and disclose …

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Impeachment Drama Stirs the Pot in Washington, D.C.

This week, the Democratic-led House of Representatives moved a step closer to impeaching the president. A possible impeachment adds uncertainty to the legislative outlook, particularly for the budget and USMCA. Impeachment Threatens Budget Deal, USMCA Impeachment drama stole the show this week, as headlines swirled that the House of Representatives might move to impeach the …

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Consumers are really starting to worry about the trade war

U.S. consumers are getting increasingly anxious about the trade war with China despite a recent thaw in the tensions ahead of the trade talks next month. The University of Michigan’s Surveys of Consumers showed in September that a near-record number of consumers cited trade policies as a negative factor weighing on the economy. “Trade policies …

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EUR/USD Outlook: Bears Face Headwinds from 1.0900 Zone and May Hold for Consolidation Before Resuming

The Euro bounces from new multi-month low at 1.0904 (the lowest since early May 2017) on Friday, as bears faced headwinds from 1.0900 (round-figure support) after key level at 1.0926 (3/12 Sep double-bottom) was taken out on Thursday. Better than expected US Durable goods orders data (Aug 0.5% vs 0.2% f/c, -0.5% prev) helped dollar …

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Trading with Bollinger Band® Reversal Patterns

The Bollinger Band® reversal pattern occurs frequently across all financial markets. When employed in a strategy, Bollinger Band® reversal signals can provide traders with encouraging risk-reward ratios, and both experienced and novice traders alike can reap the benefits. This article will cover the basics of the Bollinger Band® reversal strategy: What are Bollinger Band® reversal …

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DJIA Eyes New Highs as Stocks Absorb Flurry of Negative News

The major US indices have been spending several days in consolidation near their recent highs. As they haven’t dropped more materially on the back of what should have been bearish news (e.g. Trump’s impeachment inquiry; weak macro pointers from Germany and US, and ongoing uncertainties over the US-China trade issue, Brexit and the Middle East …

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