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Daily Briefings
  1. NZ Dollar Gains as Dairy Price Jump Cools RBNZ Rate Cut Bets
    The New Zealand Dollar pushed sharply higher after a price jump at the Global Dairy Trade auction poured cold water on RBNZ interest rate cut speculation.
  2. Oil Jumps on Falling Stock, Output; Gold Leaps as IMF Lowers Growth
    Oil at 2-month high amid falling inventories and potential production cuts. Gold elevates after IMF reduces world growth forecast
  3. Is a Rate Expectations Floor Keeping the USD Afloat?
    With so much negativity priced in already, how much will further weak economic data hurt the US Dollar?
  4. Euro, Yen May Rise if Fed Comments Rekindle 2015 Rate Hike Bets
    The Euro and the Japanese Yen may rise if commentary from Fed officials rekindles 2015 rate hike bets, weighing on market-wide risk appetite.
  5. Gold at Week High on Rate Delay Bets; Oil, Copper Steady amid USD Gains
    Commodities rally pauses as USD bounces after it crashed on low Non-farm Payrolls. Gold holds gains as rate hike chances shifted to 2016.
  6. Upbeat RBA to Fuel AUD/USD Advance; 0.7220-40 Resistance in Focus
    AUD/USD may work its way back towards near-term resistance should the RBA continue to endorse a wait-and-see approach for monetary policy.
  7. Webinar: Scalping Aussie Crosses post NFP - RBA, BOE, BoJ on Tap
    Featured setups we’ll be trading this week ahead of key central bank meetings and FOMC Minutes. Here are the updated targets & invalidation levels that matter.
  8. Aussie, NZ Dollars Rise as US Jobs Data Scatters Fed Rate Hike Bets
    The Australian and New Zealand Dollars rose amid continued fallout from a dismal US jobs report that scattered expectations of a near-term Fed interest rate hike.
  9. Trade Setups in USD-pairs around September US NFPs
    Not all USD-pairs are treated equally, especially around NFPs: EURUSD offers a bearish outcome; USDJPY offers trades in both directions; and AUDUSD may be best suited for a rally on a disappointing report.
  10. EUR/USD Consolidation at Risk- NFP to Shape Opening Monthly Range
    The U.S. Non-Farm Payrolls (NFP) report may shape the opening monthly range for EUR/USD as market participants continue to speculation on the Fed liftoff.
  11. Oil and Copper Halt Declines as Equities Mend; Gold Weak to Jobs Data
    Commodities in pause after a crash as equities recover from sharp swings in Europe and US. Gold fragile to downside risk of NFP
  12. US Dollar Likely to Rise with Risk Appetite on Upbeat US Jobs Data
    The US Dollar is likely to strengthen alongside an improvement in risk appetite if September’s US employment figures.
  13. AUDJPY Rebound Off Slope Support Eyes 86.00 Resistance Ahead of NFP
    AUDJPY has responded to critical slope support with the focus weighted to the topside heading into NFPs. Here are the updated targets & invalidation levels that matter.
  14. USDOLLAR Rally Contingent on Holding Daily 5-EMA
    Markets may calm after this morning's data ahead of tomorrow's September US Nonfarm Payrolls report.
  15. Weak ISM Manufacturing Survey to Pave EUR/USD Opening Monthly Range
    Another dismal ISM Manufacturing survey may largely impact the opening monthly range for EUR/USD as market participants weigh the prospects for a 2015 Fed rate hike.
  16. Pound May Extend Drop as Soft PMI Data Trims BOE Rate Hike Bets
    The British Pound may continue to decline after hitting a five-month low against the US Dollar as soft PMI data trims Bank of England interest rate hike bets.
  17. Risk Rally on China PMI Heralds Golden Week; Gold Down on US Jobs Gain
    Risk assets rallied after China manufacturing index beat forecast. Gold lost as US jobs gain buoyed interest rate hike
  18. AUDNZD at Critical Inflection Point- Scalps Eye Weekly Opening Range
    AUDNZD is approaching mulit-year slope support with the immediate short bias at risk above 1.09. Here are the updated targets & invalidation levels that matter.
  19. EUR/USD, USD/JPY Triangles Near Breakouts
    US economic data over the coming days could prove to be the necessary catalysts for breakouts.
  20. Pound at Risk on UK GDP Revision, US Dollar May Rise on Fed-Speak
    The British Pound looks vulnerable ahead of the release of revised UK GDP data while the US Dollar may rise as Fed commentary boosts 2015 rate hike chances.

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