Greg’s Weekly Analysis W/C 17th April 2017

AUDUSD: Fundamentals: Geopolitical tension and jawboning have been the name of the game from the US last week with a surprise missile strike against a Syrian air base and discord between the US and North Korea as a fleet of US warship is headed for waters off the countries’ coast. In the meantime President Trump…

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Greg’s Weekly Analysis W/C 10th April 2017

AUDUSD: Fundamentals: The US dollar rose for the second week as FED rate hike expectation recovered slightly while the jobs numbers with unemployment down to 4.5% was seen as positive despite a only double digit NFP figure. Still the long term trend recovery on the dollar is clouded by geopolitical jitters. The Trump and Xi…

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Greg’s Weekly Analysis W/C 3rd April 2017

AUDUSD: Fundamentals: The US dollar experienced a three week losing streak, the move came as the 2017 FED rate hikes were fully priced in and the FOMC members failed to give hawkish comments or give more positive projections towards the US economy. Next week the ISM manufacturing and the NFP are in focus, however markets…

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Greg’s Weekly Analysis W/C 27/03/2017

AUDUSD: Fundamentals: At its core the dollar seems to be going into neutral territory and prime evidence of this, is the second week of losses against its major counterparts. The 2 rate hike which investors expect during the year are largely priced in and with the Trump administrations failure to pass its health care bill,…

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Greg’s Weekly Analysis W/C 20th March

World Forex Club Weekly Analysis w/c 20th March AUDUSD: Fundamentals: The US dollar sold off due to a so called “dovish hike” where the federal fed funds rate was raised but the FOMC lacked upgrades to the economic projections. Investor and market participants concluded a less hawkish view on future US interest rates and sold…

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Greg’s Weekly Analysis W/C 13th March

World Forex Club Weekly Analysis w/c 13th March AUDUSD: Fundamentals: The Aussie’s long fightback from its post-US-election lows was stymied in late February by a swelling chorus of comment from the Federal Reserve which at one point had markets pricing the probability of a March interest-rate hike at 98%. Even long-time counsellors of caution such…

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