Market Overviews

Dollar Softens Again as Global Stocks Regain Ground ahead of Weekend

Dollar is back under pressure today as global stock markets strengthen mildly before weekend. Though, overall markets are relatively mixed as we’re seeing some strengthen in both Swiss Franc, Euro ...
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Euro Prone to Downside as PMIs Awaited, Traders Shrug US Debate

It appears that the stock markets couldn’t care less about the last debate before US Presidential election. Major Asian indices are trading in right range with mild gains. Nevertheless, Yen ...
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Dollar Recovers Mildly after Job Data, Markets Tread Water

Dollar recovers in early US session, with help from better than expected job data. Yet, it remains the weakest one for the week at this point. Buying momentum for the ...
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Dollar and US Treasuries Dive Together, Funds Moving Out?

Dollar tumbles sharply today together with US treasuries. 10-year yield breaks above 0.8% handle but that’s giving no support to the greenback. Instead, in a rather unusual development, Yen surges ...
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Dollar Pressured on US Stimulus Hope Again, Euro Stays Strong

Dollar is under some selling pressure since overnight as US politicians were still optimistic in closing a fresh stimulus deal by election. This appears to be the most volatility triggering ...
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Euro and Swiss Franc Rally as Markets Expect More Negative Rates Elsewhere

Markets continue to be dominated by strength of Euro and Swiss Franc today. That comes in spite of surging coronavirus infections in Europe. Meanwhile, the deadlock of Brexit negotiations remain ...
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Aussie Bears in Control on RBA, Euro Strength Continues

Australia’s Dollar’s decline is resuming today as RBA minutes, as well ass comments from a top official solidify the case for imminent easing in November. Weaker risk sentiments also weigh ...
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Dollar Weakens on Renewed Stimulus Hope, Euro Surges

Dollar and Yen are back under notable selling pressure today. US investors are apparently ignoring continuing surge in global coronavirus infections, which broke 40m mark. Instead, there is renewed hope ...
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Sentiments Lifted Slightly by Upbeat Chinese Data, But Movements Limited

Commodity currencies follow Asian markets slightly higher today, with support from solid economic data from China. On the other hand, Euro and Swiss Franc are softer on concerns over record ...
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Chaotic Markets With Many Themes Going On

It’s a rather chaotic week with many themes developing. The first October surprise of US President Donald Trump’s coronavirus infects seemed to have fade as he’s back in election campaign ...
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Sterling Range Bound after Volatility, Brexit Talks Still Going to Continue

Sterling is a focus today in otherwise relatively quiet markets. Brexit jitters triggered much volatility in the Pound. But it’s staying in range as, after all, negations between UK and ...
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Dollar & Yen Firm, But More Needed to Prove Their Strength

Dollar and Yen remain generally firm in Asian session while Australian and New Zealand Dollars are soft. US stocks pared back much of the initial losses overnight with DOW ended ...
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