Fundamental Analysis

A Week Full Of Top-Tier Economic Releases


Last week's optimistic US details, mainly in the form of Core Durable Goods Orders and housing market numbers, again fuelled speculations that the Fed's interest rate hike could be anytime near September, supporting the US Dollar Index to complete its first weekly gain in previous four. Moreover, the Final reading...


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Fewer But Important Economics Might Trigger US Dollar Recovery


With the Federal Reserve failed to provide clear signs of September rate hike, the much anticipated move, disappointment amongst market players drove down the greenback for one more weekly loss against majority of its counterparts. Moreover, weaker than anticipated print of inflation and industrial production numbers, coupled with lower interest...


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FOMC To Determine Near-Term USD Direction


Even if Greek tantrum failed to heal Euro-region during its last proclaimed deadline and US consumer details, namely the Retail Sales and Consumer Sentiment, printed better than expected numbers, early week losses by the greenback forced the US Dollar Index (I.USDX) to register consecutive second weekly decline. Japanese Yen signed...


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Handful Economic Releases To Restrict Big Moves


Last week, busy economic calendar kept fueling Forex market liquidity, mainly dominated by the optimistic US labor market details, higher than expected EU CPI and mixed releases from UK PMIs. The USD witnessed considerable up-move on Friday when the NFP rallied to its highest levels since December and the Average...


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Crucial Events On Cards To Continue Fueling Forex Market Volatility


Last week, nine month high capital goods orders and improved housing market details, coupled with better than forecast consumer confidence, helped securing the US Dollar upward trajectory against negative reading of Q1 2015 US GDP. The US Dollar Index (I.USDX) closed five-day trading with consecutive second weekly gains while the...


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