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Day: August 19, 2021

AUD/USD: Aussie Extends Steep Fall to the Lowest in Nine Months

The Australian dollar extends weakness into fourth straight day and fell to the lowest levels since early November 2020 on Thursday. Weaker equities on risk aversion and steep fall in iron ore prices weighed on risk-sensitive Aussie dollar, along with stronger US dollar and negative impact on Australian labor sector from the latest lockdown. Although …

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US 100 Index Slides, But Uptrend Still in Play

The US 100 index (Cash) took some fire in recent sessions, sliding from the record high of 15,182 before encountering some support near the 50-day moving average (MA) currently at 14,720 and subsequently rebounding a little. The decline in the market has been swift, but not enough to threaten the bigger uptrend. Short-term oscillators detect …

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Jobless claims hit new pandemic-era low in a sign of hope for the employment picture

First-time filings for unemployment insurance hit a pandemic-era low last week, a sign that the jobs market is improving heading into the fall despite worries over the delta Covid variant. Jobless claims for the week ended Aug. 14 totaled 348,000, the Labor Department reported Thursday. That was below the Dow Jones estimate for 365,000 and …

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Dollar, Yen and Franc in Three-Horse Race as Risk Aversion Intensifies

Selloff in commodity currencies intensifies today as risk sentiment turn sour again. Major European indexes are all in deep red while US futures point to lower open. Yen, Swiss Franc and Dollar are taking turns to be the strongest one in a three-horse race. Aussie is so far the worst performing, followed by Loonie and …

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The Dollar Has Fought Its Way Up, The Rally Is Just Beginning

Global equity markets strengthened their decline, and the dollar gained momentum after Fed minutes indicating a readiness to start QE tapering as early as this year. The dollar index rose to its highest level since November 2020, surpassing the reversal levels of July and April, indicating an upward exit from a prolonged consolidation. Historically, the …

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