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  1. BoJ Jumps the Shark as JPY Implodes on Surprise Easing
    USDJPY exploded through ¥111.60 earlier. What is the Bank of Japan doing to the Yen?
  2. Euro May Look Past CPI Data, NZ Dollar Down on Building Permits Drop
    The Euro may overlook October’s CPI data considering its limited impact on near-term ECB policy. The Kiwi Dollar fell after a soft Building Permits report.
  3. Silver Slumps To Fresh 2014 Low, WTI Within Striking Distance Of $80
    The precious metals have extended their recent declines and may remain at risk of further weakness amid a high threshold for upcoming US data to disappoint.
  4. USDJPY Presses Resistance Ahead of BoJ- Support at 108.87
    A weekly opening range break shifted our focus to the topside with the rally now at risk below key resistance. Here are the updated targets & invalidation levels.
  5. Ranges Persist in USD-Pairs Post-FOMC Meeting
    The FOMC threw the US Dollar a bone yesterday by leaving its name absent from its policy statement.
  6. Euro May Look Past German Data, US GDP Dip Unlikely to Derail Dollar
    The Euro may overlook German unemployment and inflation data while a slowdown in third-quarter US GDP growth may not amount to a major setback for the Dollar.
  7. Gold Remains Exposed On US GDP, Natural Gas Faces Further Volatility
    Gold remains at risk of further declines ahead of US growth figures which may feed firmer Fed policy normalization bets and bolster the USD.
  8. Trade Setups in EUR/USD, GBP/USD, AUD/USD Ahead of FOMC Meeting
    Make or break time for the US Dollar - many of the major pairs sit at technical crossroads.
  9. US Dollar May Rise as Status-Quo FOMC Clashes with Dovish Market Bets
    The US Dollar may rebound as a status-quo FOMC policy statement clashes with a recent dovish shift in financial markets’ Fed interest rate hike expectations.
  10. Gold At Risk On Hawkish FOMC Tilt, Crude Rebounds Ahead Of Inventories
    Gold and silver are bracing for volatility on the upcoming FOMC decision that holds the potential to reinvigorate the USD bulls and drag the precious metals lower.
  11. Major Event Risk Ahead for US Dollar - Levels to Watch
    The US Dollar faces a bevy of event risk over the next few days. Up first today: September Durable Goods and October Consumer Confidence.
  12. Dollar Slips Alongside Volatility as FOMC Decision Approaches
    Like US equity indexes, the US Dollar was little changed in the opening trading session of the week.
  13. US Dollar Looks to Durables, Consumer Confidence to Set Tone for FOMC
    The US Dollar may edge higher if upbeat Durable Goods Orders and Consumer Confidence figures soften bets on a dovish shift at this week’s FOMC policy meeting.
  14. WTI Dips Below $80 Handle, Natural Gas Carves Fresh 2014 Low
    Crude oil remains in a precarious position as anticipation of ample supplies threatens to drag the commodity lower.
  15. Small Window Opens for Euro Short Covering - Will Market Oblige?
    If there was a moment for the Euro to take back some of its 2014 losses, now would be a good time.
  16. Euro Looking Beyond ECB Stress Tests to Bond Purchase Results
    The Euro seemed unimpressed with the ECB’s bank stress tests. Markets now look ahead to the announcement of results from last week’s covered bond purchases.
  17. WTI Eyes $80 On Glut Concerns, Gold Holds Ahead Of US Event Risk
    WTI is within striking distance of the critical 80.00 floor with lingering supply glut concerns keeping pressure on the commodity.
  18. USDOLLAR Breaks October Downtrend, GBP’s GDP Rally Fizzles
    GBPUSD's rally after the Q3 UK GDP report was short-lived today.
  19. Pound to Fall on Ebbing BOE Rate Hike Bets if 3Q UK GDP Underperforms
    The British Pound is likely to decline if a soft set of third-quarter UK GDP figures erodes Bank of England interest rate hike expectations.
  20. GBP/USD at Risk for Fresh Monthly Lows on Slowing U.K. GDP
    A marked slowdown in the U.K.’s 3Q Gross Domestic Product (GDP) may spur fresh monthly lows in GBP/USD as it drags on interest rate expectations.

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