DailyFX - Daily Briefings

Daily Briefings
  1. USD/CAD, USD/JPY Seen as Most Resilient USD-Pairs
    Today's US inflation data should spark the greenback.
  2. EUR/USD Risks Larger Bound on Dismal U.S. Consumer Price Index (CPI)
    A marked downturn in the U.S. Consumer Price Index (CPI) may spark a rebound in EUR/USD as it raises the risk for a further delay in the Fed’s normalization cycle.
  3. Euro to Look Past German IFO Survey, US Dollar May Fall After CPI Data
    The Euro is likely to overlook the German IFO survey of business confidence while the US Dollar may decline even if US CPI data tops economists’ forecasts.
  4. GBPUSD Longs Favored Above 1.5540- Scalps Target May Highs
    The GBPUSD rebound is in focus with the rally now approaching near-term technical resistance. Here are the updated targets & invalidation levels that matter.
  5. USD Selloff Post-FOMC Minutes May Not Last Long
    The FOMC minutes did what they should have done - provoke US Dollar weakness.
  6. Euro Losses on Soft PMI Data May Be Offset By ECB Meeting Minutes
    The Euro may not see downside follow-through despite a downside surprise on May PMI data as minutes from April’s ECB meeting dent stimulus expansion bets.
  7. GBP/USD Bullish Setup to Gather Pace on Upbeat U.K. Retail Sales
    A rebound in U.K. Retail Sales may boost the near-term outlook for GBP/USD as the Bank of England (BoE) remains on course to normalize monetary policy.
  8. EUR/USD, GBP/USD into Trend Support with FOMC Minutes Due
    The FOMC minutes may appear dovish at first blush.
  9. Pound May Fall as US Dollar Gains as BOE, Fed Print Meeting Minutes
    The British Pound may decline while the US Dollar extends gains as traders size up minutes from the latest BOE and FOMC monetary policy meetings.
  10. EURCAD Pullback Stalls at Support- Sub 1.3538 to Negate Bullish Bias
    The EURCAD reversal is testing near-term technical support with a break lower here risking steeper losses. Here are the updated targets & invalidation levels that matter.
  11. USDOLLAR Index Makes Attempt at Putting in a Bottom
    GBPUSD and USDCAD are leading the way.
  12. British Pound May Weaken on Soft UK Inflation Data
    The British Pound may weaken if UK inflation data falls short of expectations, cooling Bank of England interest rate hike speculation.
  13. GBP/USD Pullback to Fizzle to Sticky UK CPI- Topside Targets in Focus
    The U.K. Consumer Price Index (CPI) may spur a bullish reaction in GBP/USD should the report highlight a diminishing risk for deflation.
  14. Scalp Webinar: USD At Risk For Bearish Invalidation- 11,737 In Focus
    Highlighted setups covered in today’s webinar as the USDOLLAR takes a reprieve from the recent sell-off. Here are the updated targets & invalidation levels that matter.
  15. Important Week for the USDOLLAR Index from a Technical Perspective
    We should have a better idea of where the buck is heading once the technical congestion eases.
  16. New Zealand Dollar Slumps as Interest Rate Expectations Deteriorate
    The New Zealand Dollar faced selling pressure at the start of the trading week as markets priced in the most dovish RBNZ policy outlook since 2009.
  17. These Conditions Need to be Met Before USDOLLAR Bottoms
    It's still too early to call a bottom in the USDOLLAR Index.
  18. USD Weakness to Persist on Dismal U. of Michigan Confidence Survey
    The bearish sentiment surrounding the U.S. dollar may gather pace should the U. of Michigan Confidence survey fail to meet market expectations.
  19. US Dollar Looks to Industrial Production, UofM Data to Drive Fed Bets
    The US Dollar is looking to US industrial production data and the UofM consumer confidence gauge to inform Fed rate hike timing speculation.
  20. USDOLLAR Index Losses May Have Further to Run
    Despite achieving its head & shoulders topping target, there is evidence the greenback may remain under pressure in the days ahead.

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