• JFD Brokers UUIIFXBR

    The dollar regained ground against the euro despite the absence of market-affecting news for the currency, covering Friday’s losses occurred by the disappointed NFP report. Furthermore, the greenback regained ground against its G10 currencies with the NOK and SEK being the biggest losers falling during Asia trading. The shared currency plunged below the key support

  • JFD Brokers UUIIFXBR

    The USD was traded mixed against its G10 counterparts during the European morning Wednesday, with little news pushes the prices either way and ahead of tomorrow’s all important Non-farm Payrolls report. The buck was higher against the EUR, GBP, AUD and SEK while it was lower against the CAD, JPY, CHF, NZD and NOK. The

    Forex » Daily Commentary 24/03/15
    IronFX - March 24, 2015, 08:50 GMT

    • Fed view on the dollar not affecting their view on rates We’ve heard a lot of Fed officials commenting on the dollar and its impact on their outlook. From my point of view, the market seems to be misinterpreting their statements in order to justify profit-taking. Take Cleveland Fed President Loretta Mester’s comments yesterday,

    Forex » Daily Commentary 19/03/15
    IronFX - March 19, 2015, 08:42 GMT

    • Lower “maximum employment” and inflation leads to slower rate hikes leads to massive USD profit-taking The FOMC meeting went pretty much as I had expected, but the market reaction was much greater than I had anticipated. The range in EURUSD was 4.38%, the biggest since 4.89% in Sept. 2000, when the ECB intervened in

  • Swissquote UUIIFXBR

    The USD has been squeezed heavily as the FOMC delivered a cautious statement at the end of its two day meeting. As widely expected, the Fed dropped its call for “patience”, yet the pace of rate normalization is now expected to be significantly slower. The Fed dots median forecast has been lowered from 1.125% previously to 0.625% (this is far below expectations),

  • JFD Brokers UUIIFXBR

    The greenback continued to gain ground against its G10 counterparts, with only NZD showing any significant strength vs USD. The worst performing major currency during yesterday’s session was euro. The shared currency breached below 1.0600 yesterday to post its lowest mark against the dollar since 2003. The EURUSD pair continued falling during the speech of

    Analysis and Opinion » Daily Commentary 09/03/15
    IronFX - March 9, 2015, 08:54 GMT

    • Better-than-expected US employment data to support USD Friday’s better-than-expected US employment data brought forward expectations of Fed tightening and kept the dollar rally going. Given the heavy snow in the US (again!), the market thought if anything the figure would be at the low end of expectations, instead it was outside the normal range

  • JFD Brokers UUIIFXBR

    The dollar is looking much more bullish against the Norwegian Krone now, following the break above the key resistance zone of 7.4600 – 7.4930 zone at the back end of 2014. As mentioned in previous analysis, the weekly chart was always looking bullish following the aggressive run above the 6.3000 level as well as above

    Analysis and Opinion » A huge moutain to climb
    Fx Pro - February 11, 2015, 08:19 GMT

    The Eurozone finance ministers meeting today to discuss Greece looks unlikely to result in a deal, so the best markets can hope for is some sign of progress because so far there have not been any of real substance. There were some rumours yesterday that there was a softening on the part of EU leaders

    Analysis and Opinion » Intraday Comment 21/01/2015
    IronFX - January 21, 2015, 13:12 GMT

    The dollar trade mixed against its major counterparts during the European morning Wednesday. It was higher against NZD, AUD and GBP, in that order, while it was lower against CHF, NOK, SEK and JPY. The greenback was stable vs EUR and CAD. The Bank of England policy meeting minutes revealed that the policy makers are

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