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GBP/USD still bullish

In opinion of FX Strategists at UOB Group, Cable keeps the bullish stance unchanged although further gains appears somewhat unlikely in the near term.

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USD/JPY above 112.00

The USD/JPY pair surrendered majority of its early gains to mid-112.00s and has now retreated to the lower end of Asian session trading range.

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Focus shifts to Draghi

The EUR/USD pair staged a solid comeback on 1.19 handle, reversing more-than half the German’s election outcome induced sell-off to 1.1898 levels, as attention turns towards the ECB Chief Draghi’s testimony and Fedspeaks due later on Monday.

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FOREX Week Ahead

North Korea, Brexit and German elections distract from Hawkish Fed. ‍The US dollar is higher against major pairs at the end of trading on September 22. The NZD and the EUR are the main exceptions with elections in the next 48 hours in both regions. Parliamentary elections will begin in New Zealand on Friday, September 22.

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FOREX Week Ahead

Mixed Data and North Korea did not keep USD down.The US dollar managed to end the week in a positive note despite a lower than expected retail sales reading on Friday and flat US inflation data on Thursday. Economic data has begun to reflect the impact of Hurricane Harvey and later in the month the effects of storm Irma will be taken into account

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EUR/USD neutral

FX Strategists at UOB Group remain neutral on the pair, allowing a potential test of the 1.1820 area.

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ECB: no comments

ECB’s Nouy makes no comments on economy nor monetary policy

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Gold retreats to $1330

Gold surrendered majority of its early gains and has now retreated back to $1330 level, despite renewed concerns over geopolitical risks.

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EUR/USD: Downside?

The EUR/USD pair stalled its relief-rally just below the key resistance located near 5-DMA at 1.1928 levels, as attention turns towards the crucial US retail sales and industrial production data for the next direction.

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Asia Market Update

Asian stocks were broadly lower following North Korea’s latest missile launch over Japan, but equities there rose slightly even as the yen strengthened.

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GBP/USD ahead of BoE

The Sterling is extending its sideline theme vs. the greenback on Thursday, now prompting GBP/USD to gyrate around 1.3200 the figure ahead of the key BoE meeting.

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EUR/USD: rebound in near term

Analyst at Danske Bank Aila Mihr sees the possibility that the pair could end the day on a positive note.

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Trading The BoE

The following are brief expectations for the BoE September policy statement as compiled from the related research reports of 10 major banks. Overall, the consensus expects the BoE to remain on hold with an unchanged 7-2 vote.

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USD/CHF flat-lined

The USD/CHF pair seesawed between tepid gains/minor losses and lacked any firm directional bias amid lackluster trading action on Thursday.

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ASIA Market Update

Equity markets across the Asia-Pacific region pared early gains Thursday morning after disappointing economic data out of China, as investors awaited a rate decision from the Bank of England.

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EUR/USD stays bid

The sentiment around the single currency stays bid so far today, with EUR/USD gravitating around the 1.1990/80 band ahead of the NA session.

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GBP/USD: fresh tops

The solid performance of the Sterling is now pushing GBP/USD to test levels above the 1.3300 handle, last seen in early September 2016.

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USD/CAD struggles

The USD/CAD pair traded with mild negative bias through Asian session on Wednesday and eroded part of previous session's recovery gains.

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Brexit talks delayed

Next round of Brexit talks delayed for a week

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Asian Market Update

Asian markets mixed after Apple announces new iPhones.Nikkei gains as yen falls; investors cash in on profits from Taiwan’s Apple suppliers

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Gold retreats further

Gold extended its profit taking slide from its highest level in over a year and traded with mild negative bias through early Asian session on Tuesday.

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GBP/USD advances to 1.3260

The upside momentum around the British Pound is now picking up extra pace, sending GBP/USD to fresh tops in the mid-1.3200s.

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UK: Upside risk

“The entire uptick is coming from energy prices, while we look for core inflation to hold steady at 2.5% y/y, with recent trends showing

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EUR/USD - At mercy

The retreat from Friday's high of 1.2092 in EUR/USD was extended to a low of 1.1948 yesterday as calm in the Korean Peninsula and the uptick in the Chinese PPI lifted the risky assets and higher yielding currencies like the US dollar. The currency pair clocked a low of 1.1946 in Asia.

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Asia Market Update

Investors continued to buy risk assets and sell havens Tuesday, as Asian stocks extended gains while the yen and gold fell further.

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GBP/USD above 1.32

GBP/USD rose to a session high of 1.3222 as the demand for the US dollar remains weak and the investors brace up for the data-heavy week ahead in the UK.

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Gold keeps the red

Gold oscillated in a narrow trading range and was seen consolidating its bearish gap at the start of a new trading week.

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EUR/USD dips below 1.20

EUR/USD came under a moderate selling pressure after ECB's Coeure said the monetary policy will remain accomodative for longer.

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USD - Week Ahead

Credit Agricole CIB FX Strategy Research notes that the FX divergence trade has been in full swing as of late with investors buying currencies with central banks that are normalizing monetary policy because of the improving growth outlook of their economies.

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NZD/USD off lows

The NZD/USD pair traded with mild bearish bias through Asian session on Monday, albeit has managed to hold its neck above the 0.7200 handle. On Friday, the pair failed to conquer 0.7335-40 supply zone and retreated over 75-pips from high...

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Asia Market Update

With little North Korea news over the weekend, investors piled into risk assets to start the week; Asia-Pacific equity markets and the U.S. dollar gained. Havens like gold, U.S. Treasurys and the Japanese yen were lower.

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FOREX Week Ahead

USD to face inflation and retail sales hurdles.The USD is lower across the board against majors as geopolitical turmoil at home and abroad, natural disasters and an uncertain fate for rate hikes have left the currency adrift. The US Federal Reserve members remain divided...

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USD/JPY dropped below 108.20

Allan von Mehren, Chief Analyst at Danske Bank, assessed the recent price action around the pair.

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EUR/GBP quickly recovers

For the second straight session the EUR/GBP cross faced rejection at the 0.9200 handle and refreshed session lows post-UK data.

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EUR/USD now eyes 1.2167

The sell off in the greenback stays unabated this week, now helping EUR/USD to clinch fresh highs around 1.2080, recording at the same time fresh yearly tops.

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September is important

The beginning of September opens the door to a number of important scheduled events that are expected to shape the state of the SSA market over the remaining months of 2017, according to analysts a Rabobank.

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Asia Market Update

Many Asia-Pacific equity markets were lower Friday morning, with China and Hong Kong the exceptions, as risk appetite was tepid due to worries about a massive storm nearing the U.S. Investors were also concerned about the direction of global monetary policy and North Korea.

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EUR/USD stays wary

Chief Analyst at Danske Bank Jens Pedersen exepects the single currency to stay under pressure in light of the ECB meeting and the likely dovish tone from President M.Draghi.

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ECB: Poor risk/reward

Analysts at TDS see this ECB meeting precariously positioned around the nuance of what the Governing Council can agree on, and when, which makes for poor risk/reward to pre-position for an outcome.

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USD/JPY defending 109.00

The USD/JPY pair met with some fresh supply on Thursday and eroded part of previous session's sharp recovery from 6-day lows.

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Australia: Retail sales flat

Simon Murray, Research Analyst at Westpac notes that Australia’s retail sales were flat in July and were weaker than consensus expectations of 0.2%.

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Asia Market Update

Asian equities bounced back on Thursday, tracking overnight U.S. gains following a deal to extend the federal government’s borrowing limit for three months.

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EUR/USD still a ‘buy on dips’

Jens Pedersen, Chief Analyst at Danske Bank, still sees occasional dips in spot as buying opportunities.

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Gold ETFs surge

According to the latest report published by the World Gold Council (WGC) on Monday, and as cited by Reuters, gold Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) rose by 31.4 tonnes to 2,295 tonnes in August in global holding.

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USD: Further Weakness

Nomura FX Strategy Research continues to believe that the broad trend in the USD will be lower. Nomura outlines 3 key reasons behind this view.

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BOC to keep rates on-hold

Analysts at Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) out with a brief preview on what to expect from today’s Bank of Canada (BOC) monetary policy decision.

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Asian Market Update

Global stocks continued their selloff on Wednesday, notably in financials, with Asian equities following up on the near-1% declines seen on Wall Street as a holiday-shortened trading week began there.

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USD/JPY struggling

The Japanese Yen continues to benefit from global flight to safety and dragged the USD/JPY pair to a one-week low level of 109.20 on Tuesday. After yesterday's bearish gap, the pair remained under some selling pressure for...

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EUR/USD struggles

The upside break seen in the EUR/USD pair above 1.19 handle in Asia, appears to lack follow through, as the bulls remain on the defensive ahead of a fresh batch of macro release from the Euroland.

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FOREX Tech Analysis

EUR/USD: Neutral (since 31 Aug 17, 1.1895): In a 1.1770/1.1980 range. No change in view, see update from yesterday below. When we shifted to a neutral stance last Thursday (31 Aug), we expected EUR to trade sideways within a broad 1.1770/1.1980 range.

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RBA:Update

Key headlines from the Sept RBA monetary policy statement:

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Trading The RBA

The following are brief expectations for the RBA August policy statement as compiled from the related research reports of 10 major banks. Overall, they expect the RBA to stay on hold with a neutral bias

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Germany: No game changer

Last night’s one-and-only live debate between Chancellor Angela Merkel and Martin Schulz, leader of the second largest party, was less explosive than the Frankfurt bomb deactivation, according to Carsten Brzeski, Chief Economist at ING.

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Euro Edges Higher

EUR/USD has started the new trading week with gains. Currently, the pair is trading at 1.1912, up 0.44% on the day. With US banks closed for Labor Day, traders can expect an uneventful day from EUR/USD

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Gold rises near 1-year high

Gold prices rallied on Monday, flirting with a one-year high after North Korea over the weekend tested a nuclear bomb and was said to be making preparations for the possible launch of another long-range ballistic missile.

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USD under pressure

The greenback, when tracked by the US Dollar Index, is trading on the defensive at the beginning of the week around the 92.60 area.

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EUR/USD heading towards 1.19

The EUR/USD pair witnessed a bullish opening gap at the start of the ECB week and went to test 1.19 handle, before meeting fresh supply below the last to now consolidate the early volatile moves.

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Asia Market Update

Investors moved into haven assets and sold stocks as Asian trading began Monday, but reactions were measured to North Korea’s largest-ever nuclear test.

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FOREX Week Ahead

The US dollar was under pressure but managed to stage a comeback. The upcoming week features rate decisions in Australia, Canada, and the euro-zone, as well as other events. Here are the highlights for the upcoming week.

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EUR/USD re-attempts 1.1900

The EUR/USD pair recovered most losses and now regains 1.19 handle, closely tracking the USD price-action ahead of the much-awaited US payrolls data.

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ECB: QE scale back

According to a majority of economists in a Reuters poll, the European Central Bank(ECB) is likely to announce a reduction of its monthly asset purchases in October, a step towards a complete unwind of its QE program by the end of next year.

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EUR/USD:"Buy on Dips"

Senior Analyst at Danske Bank Mikael Miljoj suggested that dips in spot should remain shallow and could be regarded as buying opportunities.

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GBP/USD Forecast

On Thursday, the British Pound was earlier pressured by a slow progress over the Brexit negotiations, with both the UK and the EU remaining far from discussing a future trading relationship. However...

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Asian Markets Update

Asia-Pacific stocks pared initial gains on Friday as the end of summer dried out trading volume and Southeast Asian markets were closed for a holiday. A solid earnings season has also come to an end in the region, removing a potential market catalyst.

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Gold reverses

Gold reverses a dip below $1300 mark. Gold extended its profit-taking slide from multi-month highs for the third consecutive session and dipped below the $1300 mark, albeit has managed to bounce off lows.

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US Dollar firm

The greenback, in terms of the US Dollar Index, stays on a firm fashion so far today and is currently hovering over the 93.00 neighbourhood.

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USD/CAD inches higher

The USD/CAD pair was seen building on previous session's strong up-move and has now jumped to near two-week highs, beyond mid-1.2600s.

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EUR/USD: Reversal Towards 1.15?

Bank of America Merrill Lynch FX Strategy Research has revised its EUR/USD projections upward, but retains a bearish path for year-end.

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Asian-market Update

Equity markets in Asia were broadly higher Thursday following robust U.S. economic data overnight, with stocks in Japan leading the pack thanks to a stronger dollar.

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BoJ: 2% inflation target

The Bank of Japan (BOJ) board member Takako Masai is out on the wires now, via Reuters, speaking at a meeting with business leaders in Ehime.Main Headlines...BoJ

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ECB Preview

When the ECB last met to discuss monetary policy on July 20th, concerns were expressed about the risks of the EUR ‘overshooting’, notes the analysis team at ING.

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EUR/USD near 1.1940

The selling pressure is now picking up extra pace around the single currency, now dragging EUR/USD to the area of fresh daily lows in the vicinity of 1.1940. EUR/USD weaker ahead of ADP...

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Gold holds above $1300

Gold traded with a slight negative bias and extended previous session's retracement from 9-1/2 month highs amid improving investors' risk appetite.

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EUR/USD stays bid

Karen Jones, Head of FICC Technical Analysis at Commerzbank, noted the pair remains bid as long as it trades above 1.1910.

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USD/JPY: capped at 110 mark

The USD/JPY pair struggled to build on overnight sharp recovery from over 4-months and remained capped below the key 110.00 psychological mark.

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FOREX Tech Targets

EUR/USD: Bullish (since 28 Aug 17, 1.1945): Still bullish but diminished odds for further gains. EUR took out the 1.2000 level in a hurry yesterday and even easily exceeded the next resistance at 1.2040 (overnight high of 1.2069)

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USD very attractive now

Mike Swell, Co-head of global fixed-income portfolio management at Goldman Sachs Asset Management, expressed his views on the US dollar in an interview with Bloomberg late-Tuesday.

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EUR/USD unstoppable

The bearish sentiment has intensified around the greenback on Tuesday and is now lifting EUR/USD to the area of 1.2060/70, fresh 27-month tops.

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Gold holding tops

The global flight to safety continued driving gold prices higher for the third consecutive session, to its highest level since the US Presidential elections in November 2016. Mounting geopolitical tension over N. Korea's...

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USD depressed

The US Dollar Index, which gauges the greenback vs. a basket of its main rivals, remains on the defensive so far today, trading in the vicinity of the 92.00 handle, or 15-month lows. US Dollar attention to 92.00

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FOREX Tech Targets

EUR/USD: We just turned bullish EUR yesterday and there is no change to the view. As highlighted, the immediate target is for a break of the round number resistance of 1.2000. The next target is at 1.2040/45, the low back in July 2012

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USD: downtrend

The US dollar remains in the downtrend which started at the beginning of 2017 as the markets remain skeptical the Trump administration will achieve its tax and infrastructure plans, and that the Fed will hike much more, according to Imre Speizer, Research Analyst at Westpac.

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Asian Markets Update

Investors sought out havens, boosting assets such as the Japanese yen, gold and U.S. Treasurys, after North Korea fired a ballistic missile over Japan for the first time since 2009. The launch represented an “unprecedented, grave and serious threat” to Japan, said chief government spokesman Yoshihide Suga.

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AUD/USD remains capped

The AUD/USD pair continued with its struggled to move past 0.7950-55 supply zone and retreated from highs, albeit has managed to hold onto minor gains through the mid-European session

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USD/JPY: support near 109.00

The greenback is trading on the defensive vs. its Japanese counterpart at the beginning of the week, now taking USD/JPY to the low-109.00s ahead of the opening bell in Wall St. USD/JPY looks to US yields...

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EUR hits 2 1/2-year high

The euro flexed its muscle against the dollar and other major currencies again on Monday, pushing closer to $1.20 as it traded at a 2 1/2-year high after the European Central Bank’s Mario Draghi held back last week from talking down the shared currency.

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FOREX Tech Targets

EUR/USD: Shift from neutral to BULLISH: Target a break of 1.2000 for a move to 1.2040/45. The 3-week neutral phase has ended and EUR is deemed to have moved back into a bullish phase

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Europe: Forex Week ahead

Goldman Sachs’ analysts provide a brief preview of plenty of risk events lined up for release from the Euroland late this week.

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Gold: $1300 on sight?

Gold [XAU/USD] remains bid in Asia above $1290 amid risk-off in the markets and due to the debt ceiling uncertainty in the US. Currently, the yellow metal trades around $1294/Oz levels. Prices fell to $1276 on Friday, the lowest level since August 16, before ending the week on a positive note at $1291.13

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BoJs Kuroda Interview

Bank of Japan (BOJ) Governor Kuroda delivered an interview on Bloomberg TV, recorded on Friday in Jackson Hole and published over the weekend.

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FOREX Week Ahead

The US dollar is lower against most majors as the central bank summit in Jackson Hole kicked off. The Euro has regained January 2015 levels on Friday. Fed Chair Janet Yellen, in what could be...

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EUR/USD sidelined

FX Strategists at UOB Group reiterated that the pair stays sidelined in the short term, likely between 1.1730 and 1.1885.

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Gold holds steady

Gold extended its range bound price-action on Friday and staged a modest recovery from the lower end of a 6-day old trading range. Spot prices held steady near the $1286-87 region during early European session as investors refrained...

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No fireworks?

With both ECB President Draghi and Fed Chair Yellen making remarks at the Jackson Hole Symposium today, markets will be paying close attention, according to analysts at TDS.

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FOREX Tech Targets

EUR/USD: Neutral (since 07 Aug 17, 1.1785): In a 1.1730/1.1885 range. EUR traded in a tight range yesterday and there is no change in our view (see update from yesterday below). EUR hit a low of 1.1738 yesterday...

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Brexit to take centre stage

The next round of UK-EU negotiations on the pending amputation will be held next week and UK has issued a flurry of position papers that stake out its wish list, notes Marc Chandler, Global Head of Currency Strategy a BBH.

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ECB to end asset purchasing

RND news group noted, citing unidentified central bank officials, ECB Governing Council is expected to discuss terminating bond-buying program at its Sept monetary policy meeting and vote to..

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USD drivers

Tim Riddell, Research Analyst at Westpac suggests that the key focus for USD into next week is the Kansas Fed symposium (25th – 26th) and whether Yellen provides a hawkish tone to counter current loose financial conditions.

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A bear trap in WY?

The Kansas City Fed has been hosting its annual economic symposium at scenic Jackson Hole, Wyoming since 1978 and market interest in the conference is surely heightened by its late August timing...

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