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  1. Forex: Market Activity Set for Pickup on Heavy Event Risk Next Week
    A busy economic calendar is likely to fuel a pickup in financial market action next week after markets emerge from the Easter holiday lull in activity.
  2. Euro Ready for a Short-term Breakout, Trend Revival When Liquidity Returns
    Activity levels for EURUSD are extraordinary. Regardless of how we measure the trading conditions behind the market’s most liquid currency pair, we are left with an assessment that reveals extremes…
  3. EUR/AUD Bottom Developing as EUR/JPY Holds 139.90-143.75 Range
    We're headed into a long holiday weekend in Europe and North America, leaving market participants needing more liquidity for sustainable trend shifts. These are the EUR-crosses we're watching into next week.
  4. Crude Oil Retreats, Gold and Silver Exposed To Ebbing Ukrainian Concerns
    The precious metals may take their next leg lower if tensions in Eastern Europe fail to bolster safe-haven demand for the commodities.
  5. USD/CAD Risks Larger Pullback on Faster Canada Headline & Core CPI
    The USD/CAD may face a larger pullback ahead of the holiday weekend as a rebound in Canada CPI limits the BoC’s scope to further embark on its easing cycle.
  6. Euro: Should We Worry About Demands for More Currency Intervention?
    Verbal threats against the euro seem to grow by the day.
  7. Forex: Seasonal Forces May Overshadow German PPI, US Claims Data
    Pre-holiday profit-taking may dominate financial market price action on Thursday, overshadowing the impact of German PPI and US Jobless Claims data.
  8. AUD/USD, GBP/USD Still Ripe with Potential After UK Jobs, Chinese GDP
    The GBPUSD achieved a retest of its yearly high as planned, but the real question is now whether or not a breakout towards 1.7000 is in the cards.
  9. Gold and Silver Plunge, Crude Oil Vulnerable Ahead Of Inventories Data
    Gold and silver may extend their declines on the back of a stronger US dollar, while crude oil faces a suspenseful session ahead with inventories data on tap.
  10. Pound to Look Past Jobless Claims Data, Dollar Eyes Fed Beige Book
    The British Pound is unlikely to find direction cues in UK Jobless Claims data. The US Dollar may rise if an upbeat Fed Beige Book bolsters QE “taper” continuity bets.
  11. Chinese Yuan: A Better 1Q GDP Outcome for Reassurance or Stimulus Motivation?
    An important round of Chinese data came out better-than-expected overall…slightly.
  12. Scalping the GBPAUD Recovery- 1.8050 Key Resistance
    A breach above the weekly opening range has shifted our near-term bias higher heading into the close of the week. Here are the updated levels & invalidation points.
  13. NZD/USD to Eye 0.8750 Ahead of RBNZ on Faster New Zealand Inflation
    A pickup in New Zealand’s Consumer Price Index (CPI) may spur fresh highs in the NZD/USD as it boosts interest rate expectations.
  14. GBP/JPY, GBP/USD Set for Test of Highs or Major Breakdown
    The British Pound may be facing a critical test over the coming days, as it faces long-term trend support versus the Japanese Yen and US Dollar amid prices struggling near yearly highs.
  15. Copper Vulnerable As China Data Looms, Dovish Yellen To Support Gold
    Copper is likely to face a volatile 24 hours ahead with top-tier Chinese economic data on tap, while an upcoming speech by Fed Chair Janet Yellen may support gold prices.
  16. GBP/USD at Risk for Larger Pullback on Slowing U.K. Inflation
    The GBP/USD faces a risk for a larger pullback as a further slowdown in U.K. inflation drags on interest rate expectations.
  17. British Pound Bulls Fear Weaker Inflation Statistics
    Like the dollar, the sterling faces a key inflation update in the upcoming session. Price readings from the consumer, retail, factory and housing sectors are all due at 8:30 GMT.
  18. Pound at Risk on Soft UK Inflation Data, Euro to Look Past ZEW Outcome
    The British Pound may face selling pressure as a soft UK CPI reading undermines BOE monetary policy bets. The Euro is likely to look past Germany’s ZEW survey.
  19. NZDUSD Weekly Opening Range Trade- Longs at Risk Sub 8700
    NZDUSD is losing steam near multi-year highs with recent price-action highlighting key support as we open up the week. Here are the updated levels & invalidation points.
  20. EUR-Crosses Face Test as Draghi Warns on Strength: EUR/USD, EUR/JPY
    The Euro proved resilient last week in the wake of the weaker US Nonfarm Payrolls report for March, yet ECB President Draghi's desire to see a weaker exchange rate is proving challenging.

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