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Daily Briefings
  1. Crude Oil Prices May Struggle to Extend OPEC-Triggered Rally
    Crude oil prices rose as OPEC unveiled the outlines of an output cut accord but follow-through may prove lacking. Gold prices may fall further on firming Fed rate hike bets.
  2. Yen Falls on OPEC Deal, US Dollar May Rise on Fed Rates Outlook
    The Japanese Yen sank after OPEC unveiled the loose outline of an output cut deal. The US Dollar may rise as hawkish Fed-speak and revised GDP data fuel rate hike speculation.
  3. China’s Market News: PBOC Steadies Guidance on Yuan ahead of SDR Entry
    China’s Central Bank signals intention to stabilize Yuan rates before the currency’s official SDR inclusion.
  4. Price Action Setups for a Meandering Dollar
    The US Dollar has spent much of 2016 building into a longer-term symmetrical wedge pattern. With Five Fed speakers on the docket for today, might markets find enough innuendo to run?
  5. US Dollar May See Some Turbulence with 5 Fed Speakers Today
    While four FOMC voting members are speaking today (and one non-voter), there are only two that are really worth paying attention to.
  6. US Dollar May Rise as Hawkish Fed Comments Boosts Rate Hike Bets
    The US Dollar may rise as hawkish comments from Fed Chair Yellen and other central bank officials fuel December interest rate hike speculation.
  7. Gold Prices Drop on Easing Deutsche Bank Jitters, Fed-Speak in Focus
    Gold prices fell as Deutsche Bank shares recovered, seemingly reflecting ebbing credit risk. Hawkish Fed commentary may compound selling pressure.
  8. Dismal U.S. Durable Goods Report to Spark EUR/USD Rebound
    A marked slowdown in demand for U.S. Durable Goods may spark a near-term rebound in EUR/USD as signs of a slowing recovery drag on interest-rate expectations.
  9. AUD/USD Remains Constructive Above 7570- U.S. Durable Goods on Tap
    The Aussie rally looks vulnerable near-term heading into key US data tomorrow. Here are the updated targets & invalidation levels that matter heading into the release.
  10. Central Banks at Full Throttle, DB Starting to Wobble
    European banks remain a focal point for markets, and a recent fine from the Department of Justice to one of the bigger players raises fresh questions about the health of banks and the entire banking industry.
  11. US Dollar Turns to Fed Speakers Next Two Days for Help
    The US Dollar is off a bit today, but with Fed Vice Chair Stanley Fisher due up in a few hours, that could change quickly.
  12. Yen Drops, Commodity Dollars Rise as Market Sentiment Recovers
    The anti-risk Japanese Yen fell while the sentiment-linked Australian, Canadian and New Zealand Dollar rallied as risk appetite recovered across financial markets.
  13. Gold Prices Await Fed Guidance, Crude Oil Eyes OPEC Meeting
    Gold prices continue to tread water as traders wait for fresh Fed policy guidance. Crude oil prices bounced as markets eye a much-anticipated OPEC meeting in Algiers.
  14. China’s Market News: Yuan Index Drops, Onshore Borrowing Cost Rises
    The Chinese Yuan heads into the final week before its official SDR inclusion on October 1st.
  15. Webinar: Fed Rhetoric to Keep USD Crosses in Focus Post-FOMC
    Webinar highlighting featured setups we’re tracking on SB Trade Desk. Here are the updated targets & invalidation levels that matter this week.
  16. GBP-crosses Revisiting Brexit Lows, JPY Poised to Strengthen
    The Japanese Yen has proved resilient in the face of a rising tide of risk appetite.
  17. Yen Soars as Sentiment Deteriorates Across Financial Markets
    The Japanese Yen soared as assorted headlines citing the BOJ, Deutsche Bank and various Brexit-related jitters conspired to trigger market-wide risk aversion.
  18. Crude Oil Drops as Output Deal Hopes Dim Before OPEC Meeting
    Crude oil prices moved sharply lower amid dimming hopes for an output management accord to be agreed at this week’s OPEC meeting. More of the same is likely ahead.
  19. BoJ to Steepen, Fed to Flatten: A Recap of Central Bank Week
    This week brought what could be a huge change in Central Bank policy out of the Bank of Japan: In this article, we recap another week of adventures in Central Banking gone wild.
  20. EUR/JPY, GBP/JPY Close to Revisiting Recent Lows
    The Japanese Yen has proved resilient in the face of a rising tide of risk appetite.

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