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Day: January 26, 2021

GBP/USD Looking for a New High to Retest the Upper Side of a Wedge

Pound keeps moving higher as intraday sentiment turned against the US currency as US stocks indexes keep trading at ATH. Technically speaking, cable made only a three wave drop within a corrective channel that found a support at former wave four, near 1.3622. Intraday rise is sharp, looks like an impulse that is now also …

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November home prices rose 9.5%, one of the highest gains on record, Case-Shiller says

Real estate broker Rebecca Van Camp places a “Sold” placard on her sign in front of a home in Meridian, Idaho, on Wednesday, Oct. 21, 2020. Darin Oswald | Tribune News Service | Getty Images The surge in home prices is not slowing down, thanks to high buyer demand and a record low supply of …

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Fed Meets: A Non-Event or the Start of a Brewing Dilemma?

The Federal Reserve will begin its first policy meeting of the year on Tuesday and will announce its decision on Wednesday at 19:00 GMT. No change is expected in the Fed’s monetary policy settings nor in its vast array of emergency programmes. The sweeping shakeup at the White House and the recently passed virus relief …

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WTI Futures Extend Consolidation; Upside Risks Remain

WTI oil futures are pushing slightly higher within a sideways market that has progressed after oil touched a near 11-month high of 53.92. The easing in the incline of the 50-period simple moving average (SMA) and the directionless Ichimoku lines are further feeding the range-bound price format. However, the soaring 100- and 200-period SMAs are …

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Dollar Turns Soft as European Stocks Surge, Sterling and Commodity Currencies Jump

European stocks are trading generally higher today but no equivalent strength is see in the US pre-markets. Investors seemed to be lifted by news that EU, with backing from Germany, is going to introduce restrictions on COVID-19 vaccines over sudden supply cuts by AstraZeneca and Pfizer. There is little reaction to resignation of Italian Prime …

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Markets will seesaw for months, Invesco’s $1.2 trillion asset manager warns

Invesco chief global market strategist Kristina Hooper sees a volatile dynamic between optimism and pessimism playing out on Wall Street. According to Hooper, it will contribute to seesaw market behavior for months. “We are going to see some pretty significant economic headwinds in the near term driven by Covid-19,” Hooper told CNBC’s “Trading Nation” on …

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Euro, Sterling and Swiss Interplay Eyed as Volatility in Stocks and Yields Shrugged

The forex markets are very quiet in Asian session today as consolidative trading continues. The sharp decline in US treasury yields overnight, and the pull back in Asian stocks, triggered little reaction in currencies. Dollar and Yen are the slightly firmer ones for today so far, while commodity currencies are the softer ones. But such …

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