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  • Sergiy Zlyvko
    Currency » 25 November Forex daily review
    Sergiy Zlyvko - November 26, 2013, 11:44 GMT

    On Tuesday news background was meager. ECB members were major newsmakers representatives. ECB Governing Council member Ardo Hansson said that the ECB has scopes for further interest rate cuts. Christian Noyer also did not rule out that at lower levels of inflation the ECB will again cut interest rates. Because on Monday the trading volume

  • Sergiy Zlyvko
    Currency » 25-29 November Forex weekly forecast
    Sergiy Zlyvko - November 23, 2013, 12:36 GMT

    U.S. dollar hasn’t changed its positions hardly on the world market for the week 18 – 22 November. Minutes of the last meeting of the Federal Reserve signaled that the regulator can start quantitative easing program reducing and this helped to strengthen the positions of the U.S. currency, but it could not form a stable

  • Sergiy Zlyvko
    Currency » 21 November Forex daily review
    Sergiy Zlyvko - November 22, 2013, 10:23 GMT

    On Thursday, the dollar strengthened against the Australian dollar and Japanese yen and closed lower against the euro, the British pound and the Swiss franc. In European trading EURUSD pair went under the 1.34 mark after weak French PMI indices and then recovered by the German PMI index to 1.3445. British pound before closing the

  • Sergiy Zlyvko
    Currency » 20 November Forex daily review
    Sergiy Zlyvko - November 21, 2013, 10:13 GMT

    On Wednesday, the U.S. dollar ended the day on positive territory. The key event of the day was expected FOMC meeting minutes release from October 29 and 30 and the next ECB rumors about the introduction of negative rates on deposits. In European trading AUDUSD, EURUSD and USDCHF currency pairs made a corrective pullback to

  • Sergiy Zlyvko
    Currency » 19 November Forex daily review
    Sergiy Zlyvko - November 20, 2013, 08:50 GMT

    On Tuesday, the fluctuations of the currency pairs in the market were impulsive. In the morning, the U.S. dollar strengthened against the single currency and the British pound, but in the second half of the day the dollar fell. From the updated maximum 1.3540, EURUSD back to around 1.3480. The euro increased to 1.3540 by

  • David Becker

    US yields edged lower on Monday and continued to decline back toward support levels after surging back to the 2.80% level late last week. Bond investors continue to face conflicting signals as economic data is mixed, but the Federal Reserve is steadfast in its opinion that rates will remain low and QE will be prevalent

  • Sergiy Zlyvko
    Currency » 18 November Forex daily review
    Sergiy Zlyvko - November 19, 2013, 13:33 GMT

    On Monday, the major pairs closed mixed, but after trade almost candles closed with small bodies like Doji. Trading in the European session was relatively quiet. The U.S. dollar fell slightly against the single currency and the British pound. The economic calendar for important data was poor and there was no driver for volatile currencies

  • Sergiy Zlyvko
    Currency » Euro weakened
    Sergiy Zlyvko - November 18, 2013, 10:56 GMT

    The single European currency continues to be under pressure due to the fact that the rumors about the possibility of ending stimulus from the Fed is becoming more clear. It is expected that at the beginning of next year, the current Fed chairman Ben Bernanke will leave his post and a head of the new

  • Sergiy Zlyvko
    Currency » Next week’s Forex weekly forecast
    Sergiy Zlyvko - November 16, 2013, 09:03 GMT

    The main events of the coming weeks that may have a significant impact on the dollar will be the speech of Fed Bernanke in Washington during the annual meeting of the National Economists Club (November 20, 00.00 GMT), as well as the publication of the last meeting minutes of Federal Open Market Committee Federal Reserve

  • Sergiy Zlyvko
    Currency » 14 November Forex daily review
    Sergiy Zlyvko - November 15, 2013, 09:30 GMT

    The report was worse than expected, which provoked the traders to sell the U.S. dollar. After J.Yellen’s speech in the Senate Banking Committee, the weakening of the dollar has intensified. Yellen’s statements supported U.S. stock indices, risk instruments and precious metals. She confirmed that in order to turn of the U.S. economy from the crisis,