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  1. EURAUD Scalps Target Weekly Opening Range- Longs at Risk Sub-1.4175
    EURAUD has responded to key near-term resistance with the weekly opening range taking shape just below. Here are the updated targets & invalidation levels that matter.
  2. Next Leg Lower in EUR-crosses in Focus after Weaker CPI
    Short-term technicals are realigning with longer-term bearish inclinations across the EUR-complex.
  3. Euro, Aussie Dollar May Rise as Yen Falls on Greece Funding Deal
    The Euro and Australian Dollar may rise while then Japanese Yen falls if an accord between Greece manages to secure a bailout accord with its creditors.
  4. Scalp Webinar: USD Defends Support Slope- Bulls at Risk Ahead of NFP
    Archive to today’s Scalp webinar & highlighted setups ahead of key US event risk this week. Here are the updated targets & invalidation levels that matter.
  5. USD Nearing Turn at End of Q1? Charts to Start the Week
    The USDOLLAR Index continues to make headway into key short-term resistance levels that could ultimately mark a turning point for the buck.
  6. Euro to Look Past German CPI, Focus on Greece Funding Woes
    The Euro is likely to look beyond a rebound in German inflation to focus on Greek news-flow amid fears of a looming cash crunch and possible default.
  7. Is the USDOLLAR Establishing a Bottom?
    Economic data is off to its worst start at any point since 2009.
  8. Currency Markets Focus on ECB, BOE, Fed Commentary Into Week-End
    Foreign exchange markets will be focused on scheduled commentary from ECB, BOE and Federal Reserve officials to guide policy bets into the end of the trading week.
  9. AUDUSD Reversal Scalp- Shorts Favored Sub 7850
    AUDUSD has reversed off key technical resistance with scalps targeting a near-term correction in the pair. Here are the updated targets & invalidation levels that matter.
  10. Post-FOMC Levels Holding USD for Now; JPY-crosses Begin Breakdown
    The Japanese Yen is fighting its seasonal tendancies, which bodes poorly for USDJPY.
  11. Strong U.K. Sales to Threaten Weekly GBP/USD Range- 1.4980 in Focus
    A pickup in Retail Sales may threaten the weekly highs in GBP/USD as it boosts bets for higher borrowing-costs in the U.K. economy.
  12. Aussie, NZ Dollars Sink as Yemen Turmoil Drives Risk Aversion
    The Australian and New Zealand Dollars sank as turmoil in Yemen pushed crude oil higher and fueled risk aversion in Asian trading hours.
  13. EURJPY Long Scalps at Risk Below FOMC High- Interim Support 130.60
    The EURJPY rebound is approaching resistance challenged last week with the longs vulnerable sub-131.80. Here are the updated targets & invalidation levels that matter.
  14. Important Few Days Ahead as USD Eyes Key Technical Levels
    The daily 34-EMA has been the backbone of the USDOLLAR Index's rally since last July.
  15. US Dollar May Fall as Fed-Speak Underpins Bets on Rate Hike Delay
    The US Dollar may weaken as dovish Fed commentary underpins speculation that the central bank will delay raising interest rates until September.
  16. Dollar Staves Off Another Reversal Risk
    The Dollar took another stab at turning its eight-month bull trend this past session. However, this time around, there wasn’t a FOMC rate decision to focus the move.
  17. Weakest CPI on Record Pushes GBP to Precipice of Breakdown
    Short-term technical movement in the GBP-crosses bodes poorly for the world's oldest contiguous currency.
  18. US Dollar, Pound May Fall as Soft Inflation Dents Rate Hike Bets
    The US Dollar and the British Pound may decline as soft inflation figures weigh against near-term Fed and BOE interest rate hike speculation.
  19. GBP/USD Vulnerable to Slowing U.K. CPI- 1.4700 Support in Focus
    A slowdown in the U.K. Consumer Price Index (CPI) may spur a test of the monthly lows in GBP/USD as it dampens bets of seeing a Bank of England (BoE) rate hike in 2015.
  20. Webinar: Scalps Favor Dollar Correction- EUR/USD Eyes FOMC Highs
    Archive to today’s Scalp webinar & highlighted setups ahead of key US event risk this week. Here are the updated targets & invalidation levels that matter.

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