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  1. NZD/USD Shorts Favored Sub-6759 - Range Break to Clear the Way
    Kiwi is trading within well-defined range & we’ll be looking for the break to validate our scalp bias. Here are the updated targets & invalidation levels that matter.
  2. Nikkei Takes 5% Hit, Negative Rates Fast Becoming a Cautionary Tale
    When the BoJ made the surprise move to negative rates, it was difficult to determine what all that would entail. But now we're seeing that it's not pretty.
  3. EUR/USD, USD/JPY Hint at Ugly Potential for USDOLLAR Index
    The USDOLLAR Index is treading water, but be wary of the inconsistent performance of its sub-components.
  4. Gold Jumps as Wide Risk Aversion Pressures Oil, Copper and Stocks
    Gold, yen and bonds continued to advance simultaneous to a deep plunge in stocks. Oil, copper held on to modest recovery at subdued levels
  5. Yen May Recoil from 15-Month High on Yellen Pre-Positioning
    The Japanese Yen may reverse lower after hitting a 15-month high overnight as risk appetite recovers amid pre-positioning for testimony from Fed Chair Janet Yellen.
  6. Webinar: Dollar Prospects Hinge on Yellen- EUR, GBP Setups Favored
    The greenback is trading just above key confluence support with the USD crosses in focus to start the week. Here are the updated targets & invalidation levels that matter.
  7. Global Stocks Move Towards Fresh Lows, Will Yellen Save the Day?
    Much of Asia may have been closed to start the week, but the selling persisted anyways. Sentiment is growing more negative by the day. Will Yellen provoke a reversal?
  8. Gold Stalls Climb, Copper and Oil Recover in Thin Holiday Market
    Gold halted the climb as Non-farm Payrolls showed steady wage gains, while Oil rose after large rig drop counted by Baker Hughes, still no agreement on output cuts.
  9. Aussie Dollar Gains, Yen Drops as Market Sentiment Recovers
    The Australian Dollar traded higher while the Japanese Yen declined as market-wide risk appetite recovered having been bruised after last week’s US employment data.
  10. The Real Bain of Equity Markets is Actually a US Dollar Problem
    In a world where few want a strong currency, where is all of the capital going to flow? Will the Fed yield to this mounting pressure?
  11. Preview for January NFPs and Trade Setups for EUR/USD, USD/JPY
    The US Dollar needs a lot of help right now. Will today's US Nonfarm Payrolls report lend a hand?
  12. EUR/USD Breaks 2014 Trend, RSI Approaches Overbought Ahead of NFP
    The near-term breakout in EUR/USD may gather pace in the days ahead should the Non-Farm Payrolls (NFP) report drag on U.S. interest-rate expectations.
  13. US Dollar May Find Lifeline as Jobs Data Revives Rate Hike Bets
    The US Dollar may find a lifeline in January’s employment data breathes new life into Fed rate hike speculation, lifting the currency after two days of aggressive selling.
  14. Oil Volatility Overlooks Supply Factors, Metals Ebb on Soft Data
    Oil swung despite a consistent weakness in USD which supported metals. Gold held gains amid soft US data and reduced chances for rate hike
  15. USD/CAD Approaches Key Support Ahead of NFP- Buy Dips or Sell Rips?
    The USDCAD breakdown is targeting key support zones ahead of US & Canadian employment data tomorrow. Here are the updated targets & invalidation levels that matter.
  16. Dudley’s Dovish Dance Disintegrates Dollars
    Expectations for US rate hikes are being kicked further down the road, and the US Dollar has just moved down to support in a bullish pennant formation.
  17. Sharp Pound Rally a Greater Risk Than Selloff on BOE Outcome
    The chance of a sharp British Pound advance is disproportionately greater than the probability of a selloff following the Bank of England monetary policy announcement.
  18. GBP/USD Recovery Hinges on BoE Forecast- Bearish Outlook at Risk
    The fresh forecasts from the BoE may spur a larger recovery in GBP/USD should the central bank see a greater risk of overshooting the long-term target for inflation.
  19. Gold and Copper Charge Ahead as Oil Rebounds to Weak USD
    Sharp drop in USD lifted commodities, risk assets. Gold and copper sustained climbs, although oil may face consolidation given supply glut
  20. GBPUSD Breakout Levels- Key Resistance in Focus Ahead of BoE
    The sterling breakout is eyeing down its first major resistance hurdle just shy of the 1.47-handle. Here are the updated targets & invalidation levels that matter.

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