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ECB Preview: Dovish Draghi Expected, Could EUR/USD Rise? By Fawad RazaqzadaFOREX.com - Jan 23, 2019

The European Central Bank’s next policy ‘decision’ will be made on Thursday, but the focus will undoubtedly be on President Mario Draghi’s press conference. The ECB is widely expected to announce no new changes to its policy. But Mr Draghi may deliver a cautionary outlook on...

USD/CHF Reverses As Risk Appetite Turns Sour By Fawad RazaqzadaFOREX.com - Jan 23, 2019

Since the US stock market opened earlier, risk appetite has turned a bit sour. Safe-haven gold, yen and franc have all been supported by weakness in the stock markets, with the benchmark US indices turning red after a green open. Concern over economic growth is back after those disappointing...

GBP/USD: UK Data Improve But Brexit Uncertainty Carries On By Fawad RazaqzadaFOREX.com - Jan 22, 2019

Theresa May’s 'Plan B' did little to shake things up. The UK Prime Minister offered very few details as to what her new proposals look like but did struck a more inclusive tone. She plans to hold more talks with the other political parties to "find the broadest possible consensus,”...

Markets Update: Stocks, USD/JPY Ease By Fawad RazaqzadaFOREX.com - Jan 22, 2019

After a quiet Monday, things were already looking livelier this morning and volatility could rise further once US market participants come back from their long weekend break. Overnight, risk sentiment turned slightly sour with Asian stocks falling which led to a weaker open for European markets....

Silver Consolidates, Investors Consider Dollar Direction By Fawad RazaqzadaFOREX.com - Jan 17, 2019

As mentioned yesterday, I am still of the view that the dollar could weaken this year and boost buck-denominated metal prices. After all, the Fed has stopped hiking interest rates. You would think this would be good news for noninterest-bearing and low-yielding assets, such as gold, silver and...

Stocks: Has The Rally Already Halted Amid Growth Concerns? By Fawad RazaqzadaFOREX.com - Jan 17, 2019

The US equity markets have started 2019 with a bang, but that good run of form could be about to end. Global stock indices were trading lower this morning, with US index futures also pointing to a lower open on Wall Street when trading gets under there later. Profit-taking is of course one reason...

Outlook For Commodities In 2019 With Gold Near $1300, WTI $52 By Fawad RazaqzadaFOREX.com - Jan 16, 2019 1

As gold pauses for breath below the key $1300 handle and WTI crude oil trades around $52, we are wondering what 2019 will bring for these commodities. On the one hand, the outlook for gold and other metals look bullish in 2019. The fact that the Fed has stopped hiking interest rates should be good...

Trading GBP During The Latest Brexit Stalemate By Fawad RazaqzadaFOREX.com - Jan 16, 2019

PM Faces Confidence Vote After Brexit Deal Rejected In Historic Defeat So, Theresa May’s Brexit deal was overwhelmingly rejected by parliament last night with 230 votes and we are back to square one. A motion of no confidence in the government was then immediately tabled by the Labour Party...

GBP/USD: UK Parliament Still Likely To Reject May’s Brexit Deal By Fawad RazaqzadaFOREX.com - Jan 14, 2019 2

The much-anticipated delayed Commons vote is about 24 hours away now. Ahead of the vote, UK Prime Minister Theresa May has made a last-ditch attempt to persuade MPs to save her version of Brexit with a (dare I say, meaningless) speech in Stock-on-Trent earlier today. Meanwhile the UK government has...

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