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Day: March 18, 2022

Week Ahead – Flash PMIs to Bring Recession Risks to the Forefront, SNB Meets

The upcoming week will quieten down a bit after what was a busy time for central banks and geopolitical events. But there’s still plenty of activity ahead as the latest flash PMI readings are due and the Swiss National Bank will keep the monetary policy theme running, not to mention how the war in Ukraine …

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EUR/USD Outlook: Negative Fundamentals Weigh Heavily and May Stall the Recovery

The Euro eases on Friday but is on track for the first bullish weekly close in six weeks that adds to positive signals as Doji reversal pattern is forming on weekly chart. On the other side, fresh bulls face difficulties at pivotal Fibo barrier at 1.1069 (38.2% of 1.1494/1.0806), although Thursday’s action registered a close …

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GBPJPY Eyes Nearby Ceiling after Extending above MAs

GBPJPY is targeting the 156.77 barrier after maintaining a two-week climb from the 150.96 low, which also managed to overstep the simple moving averages (SMAs). For some time now, the SMAs have been lacking a distinct trend as the pair has mostly been trading between the 148.45 and 158.20 price limits. The short-term oscillators are …

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Euro Reverses ahead of Weekend, USD/JPY Resumes Rally

The tide seems to be turning just ahead of the weekend. Swiss Franc is rebounding notably while Dollar is also firmer up. On the other, Euro reverses earlier gain and trades broadly lower. Nevertheless, Yen’s weakness persists and it’s extending recent decline against the greenback. Commodity currencies are steady, however, while Canadian Dollar has no …

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EUR/USD Pressing Resistance, Yen Continues as Biggest Loser after BoJ

Yen remains the weakest one for the week, following the extended rebound in US stocks overnight, and persistent strength in treasury yields. Swiss Franc and Dollar are also soft as distant second and third. Meanwhile, Euro is currently the best week performer, followed by Aussie and then Kiwi. Sterling’s rally attempt was capped by the …

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