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  1. Next Week’s Economic Headlines to Bring a Plethora of Pressure Points
    Next week brings the long-awaited December FOMC meeting, in which the bank is finally expected to kick interest rates higher. But what will the say about 2017, and how aggressive will the Fed be looking to 'normalize' policy moving-forward.
  2. US Dollar (DXY) Regaining Bullish Posture; Rising Yields Hit Yen
    Outside engulfing bars yesterday in both EUR/USD and DXY Index bode well for further US Dollar strength.
  3. Improving U. of Michigan Survey to Propel Post-ECB EUR/USD Losses
    A further improvement in the U. of Michigan Confidence survey may spark further losses in EUR/USD as the Fed appears to be on course to deliver a December rate-hike.
  4. Gold Price Upswing May Precede FOMC Rate Decision
    Gold prices may bounce ahead of next week’s FOMC meeting as traders the possibility that the Fed’s expected 2017 rate hike path is shallower than their own.
  5. Yen Falls as Stocks Rise, US Dollar May Decline as FOMC Looms
    The Japanese Yen fell as Asian stocks followed Wall Street higher. The US Dollar may correct lower in pre-positioning for next week’s FOMC policy announcement.
  6. GBP/USD Weakness to Be Viewed as Opportunity
    The reversal off key resistance earlier this week shifts the focus to upcoming structural support. Here are the updated targets & invalidation levels that matter.
  7. ECB Has High Burden of Proof to Weaken Euro Today
    Markets are expecting a lot from the European Central Bank today, at its final central bank meeting of the year.
  8. Crude Oil Prices Drop as OPEC Deal Cheer Dissipates
    Crude oil prices fell for a third day as optimism following a last-minute OPEC production cut deal dissipated amid worries that oversupply will persist regardless.
  9. Euro May Rise Even if the ECB Extends and Expands QE Effort
    The Euro may rise even as the ECB extends and broadens the scope of its QE stimulus effort if policymakers see inflation on a path toward their target.
  10. ECB Preview: EUR/USD Recovery Vulnerable to QE Extension/Adjustment
    The near-term rebound in EUR/USD may largely unravel should the ECB implement an extension/adjust to its quantitative-easing (QE) program.
  11. EUR/USD Volatility Ahead- Relief Rally Looks to ECB for Fuel
    The rebound off key support is at risk ahead of tomorrow's ECB interest rate decision. Here are the updated targets & invalidation levels that matter into the release.
  12. Top Three Short-Term Issues Facing Global Markets Right Now
    While this year has seen considerable volatility across global markets, interest rate expectations remain the object of markets' focus. And we'll hear more on this topic from the world's two largest Central Banks over the next week.
  13. USD/CAD Awaits Neutral BOC Today; ECB Has High Burden of Proof
    The central bank meetings the next two days couldn't be met under more different circumstances.
  14. Gold Prices May Bounce in Pre-Positioning for FOMC Meeting
    Gold prices may bounce before next week’s FOMC meeting as traders ponder the possibility that policymakers will be more timid than markets in their 2017 outlook.
  15. British Pound Edges Lower as PM May Moves to Outfox Critics
    The British Pound declined after Prime Minister Theresa May moved to outfox critics of her tight-lipped approach to Brexit plans by asking MPs to vote on them.
  16. EUR/AUD Approaching Decision Zone Ahead of Aussie GDP, ECB
    The pullback is eyeing near-term support as we head into significant event risk over the next 48-hours. Here are the updated targets & invalidation levels that matter.
  17. Is USD Reloading or Reversing? EUR/USD, USD/JPY Price Action Setups
    The U.S. Dollar is continuing to retrace after running into a confluent zone of long-term resistance last week. But with a widely-awaited ECB meeting just around the corner, the Greenback might not be quiet for long.
  18. Italian Ref is Bad for Italy, Maybe Good for EUR; Brexit Looks Soft
    Meanwhile, several GBP-crosses are looking ripe for further gains as the Brexit saga softens by the day.
  19. Crude Oil Prices Struggle at Chart Barrier After OPEC Rally
    Crude oil prices are struggling to overcome familiar chart resistance after a sharp rally in the wake of a last-minute OPEC agreement on a production cut.
  20. British Pound Gains as Supreme Court Weighs Brexit Appeal
    The British Pound traded higher as the UK Supreme Court weighed whether the government needs Parliament’s say-so before formally triggering Brexit.

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