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  1. EURJPY Rebound to Offer Short Entries Ahead of ECB- 137.50 Critical
    The EURJPY reversal is now approaching key structural support with the short bias at risk near-term. Here are the updated targets & invalidation levels that matter.
  2. EUR/USD August Rally to Erode Further on Upbeat 2Q US GDP
    The near-term advance in EUR/USD may continue to unravel should the preliminary 2Q U.S. GDP report highlight a stronger recovery & boost interest rate expectations.
  3. US Dollar May Rise as Sentiment Sours Anew on Revised 2Q GDP Data
    The US Dollar may rise while risk appetite sours anew if an upside revision to second-quarter US GDP figures rekindles 2015 Fed rate hike speculation.
  4. Oil and Copper Rally with Stocks. Gold Subdued before Jackson Hole
    Oil, Copper are rising toward this week’s highs following equity rallies in US and Asia. Gold is subdued before a central bankers’ summit.
  5. GBPUSD Low Volatility Period Ends- Reversal Scalp Faces 1.5450 Hurdle
    The sterling reversal is now approaching its first region of technical support. Here are the updated targets & invalidation levels that matter.
  6. EUR/USD Bullish Setup to Shine on Weak US Durable Goods Orders
    A marked decline in demand for U.S. Durable Goods may spur a near-term advance in EUR/USD as it dampens bets for a Fed rate hike at the September 17 decision.
  7. Euro, Yen Drop as China Stimulus Lifts Market Spirits. Will it Last?
    The Euro and the Japanese Yen fell as news of a boost to Chinese stimulus efforts lifted risk appetite but investors’ chipper mood may prove fleeting.
  8. Copper Retreats Depsite China Measures. Gold Fades Safety Bets
    China’s measures to revive stocks and economy failed to prop up copper though oil sustained gains. Gold lost appeal as safety bets shifted
  9. Scalping EURAUD Breakout- Pullback at Initial Support
    The reversal off technical resistance yesterday is now testing initial support. Here are the updated targets & invalidation levels that matter.
  10. Commodities Recover alongside Asian Stocks as Investors Re-Position
    Dramatic recovery spread across Asian stocks and lifted commodities after Monday’s wild crash. Gold pared safe-haven gains
  11. Currencies Eyeing German, US Data as Market Selloff Seeks Fresh Fodder
    The currency markets are looking to German and US economic data as sentiment trends look for fresh fodder following a pause in risk aversion overnight.
  12. Webinar: Global Equity Rout Fuels Massive Spike in FX Volatility
    Featured setups we’ll be trading this week as global risk assets go into free-fall. Here are the updated targets & invalidation levels that matter.
  13. Euro and Yen Capitalize as Risk Aversion Sweeps Financial Markets
    The Euro and the Japanese Yen continued to build on last week’s strength as risk aversion swept across the financial markets, triggering the unwinding of carry trades.
  14. Commodities Sink on Risk-Off Trades with Chinese Stocks in Free Fall
    Gloomy economic sentiment triggered heavy selling in risky assets like equities, commodities. Oil, copper at six-year lows. Gold steadied
  15. Aussie Dollar Sinks, Yen Gains as Risk Aversion Grips the Markets
    The Australian Dollar fell while the Yen advanced as risk aversion gripped financial markets but S&P 500 futures hint a respite in the liquidation may be ahead.
  16. Robust Canada CPI to Fuel Larger USD/CAD Pullback- 1.2800 on Radar
    A pickup in Canada’s Consumer Price Index (CPI) may fuel a larger correction in USD/CAD as it dampens bets for another BoC rate cut.
  17. Gold Up on Safe-Haven Buys. Copper, Oil Drop as China Factories Slow
    Gold surged as China factory slowdown prompted safe-haven buys additional to bets on US rate rise delay. Oil, copper fear demand risk
  18. AUDNZD Free Falls into the August Open- Bearish Sub 1.1175
    The reversal off technical support early in this week is now testing key near-term support. Here are the updated targets & invalidation levels that matter.
  19. Gold Surges on Bets of US Rate Rise Delay, Oil Consolidates Post Crash
    Gold surged as Fed’s Minutes casted doubt on chances for a September hike. Oil consolidated after crash due to excessive inventories
  20. Pickup in U.K. Retail Sales to Fuel GBP/USD Breakout
    A meaningful rebound in U.K. Retail Sales may fuel the near-term breakout in GBP/USD as it boosts bets for a BoE rate hike.

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