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Kathy Lien

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Buckle (NYSE:BKE) your seat belts because the next 24 hours will be busy for the foreign exchange market.    There are two monetary policy announcements, German labor market and inflation numbers...
Of the three monetary policy announcements this week, the Bank of Canada’s is the most important.  Back in April, the Bank of Canada set the ball rolling by becoming the first major central bank to...
Inflation and GDP reports from the U.S. and Eurozone along with three central bank monetary policy announcements makes for a busy trading week. Big tech names, like Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN), Apple...
Stronger than expected earnings drove the Dow Jones Industrial Average to record highs. Despite Delta variant fears, rising prices and supply-chain shortage, bulge bracket U.S. companies are thriving....
U.S. stocks extended their gains on Tuesday, and the improvement in risk appetite drove investors out of safe-haven currencies into riskier ones, which explains why the U.S. dollar ended the day lower...
Currencies and equities powered higher today, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average rising more than 500 points. This was the strongest one-day rise for the Dow in nearly three months. Thanks to good...
The euro hit a year-to-date low against the U.S. dollar on Tuesday after quietly trending lower for the past five weeks. Economic performance and monetary policy direction are the two most important...
This will be another busy week for the foreign exchange market. Inflation and spending – two of the most important elements of Federal Reserve policy, will be in focus. With USD/JPY climbing to its...
Non-farm payrolls are scheduled for release Friday and investors are looking forward to a strong report. Job growth is expected to top 500,000, with the unemployment rate falling to at least 5.1%. The...
October is traditionally a volatile month in the financial markets, and we got a taste of those big swings today with risk appetite reversing suddenly. When U.S. traders arrived at their desks, they...