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Day: August 25, 2021

House vote on $3.5 trillion budget raises prospect of higher taxes on the rich

Phil Roeder The prospect of higher taxes for wealthy Americans edged closer on Tuesday as House Democrats passed a $3.5 trillion budget plan. That framework lays the groundwork for Democrats to write formal legislation that can pass without one Republican vote. Democrats have called for higher taxes on the wealthy and corporations and stronger IRS …

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AUD/USD: Bulls are Pausing and Awaiting Fresh Signals from Jackson Hole Event

The AUDUSD is holding within narrow consolidation on Wednesday, after Mon-Tue bounce retraced over a half of last week’s sharp bearish acceleration which hit a multi-month low at 0.7106. Fresh bulls faced strong headwinds from falling 10DMA (0.7252) while rising bearish momentum on daily chart also caused recovery to lose steam. Traders await the outcome …

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Dollar Continues to Recover after Durable Goods Orders, Markets Mixed

Dollar continues to pare back some of this week’s losses in early US session, after slightly better than expected durable goods orders. But strength of recovery is so far relatively weak. Markets are also generally in mixed mode. Euro has litter reaction to worst than expected Germany business climate data, too. Overall, traders are turning …

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Dollar Recovers Mildly as Selling Slows, Traders Turning Cautious

Dollar recovers mildly in Asian session today as selling lost some momentum. On the other hand commodity currencies are turning softer. Australian Dollar continues to be weighed down by surging coronavirus cases, as the State Premier also warned of “lots of pressures” on hospitals. But overall, traders are starting to turn cautious ahead of Jackson …