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  1. EUR/USD Breaks Month-Long Range as Crowd Flips to Net-Long
    The Euro is rallying this morning thanks to higher German bund yields, reflecting higher CPI numbers out of Germany.
  2. Bearish EUR/USD Outlook Vulnerable to Dismal 4Q U.S. GDP Report
    The preliminary 4Q U.S. GDP report may spur a short-term rebound in EUR/USD should a batch of dismal developments
  3. Euro to Look Past German CPI, US Dollar Looks to 4Q GDP Revision
    The Euro is likely to overlook German CPI data as the launch of ECB QE looms ahead. The US Dollar looks to revised US GDP data to inform Fed speculation.
  4. USD/JPY Scalp Targets 119.64 Resistance Ahead of GDP
    The USDJPY long bias is at risk ahead of key near-term resistance. Here are the levels that matter heading into major event risk tomorrow.
  5. Yellen’s Dovish Wrinkle Boosts Carry Trade - Why No EUR/USD Rally?
    The word "patient" wasn't cracked up to historical precedent after all.
  6. Bearish EUR/USD Outlook Vulnerable to Dismal U.S. CPI
    A marked slowdown in U.S. inflation may undermine the bearish sentiment surrounding EUR/USD especially as the Fed appears to be in no rush to normalize monetary policy.
  7. US Dollar May Fall if Soft Core Inflation Data Cools Fed Rate Hike Bets
    The US Dollar may turn lower if January’s core inflation data undershoots forecasts, undermining Federal Reserve interest rate hike speculation.
  8. Scalping AUD/USD Opening Range Break- 7850 Support
    Aussie has broken through the weekly & monthly opening ranges with the rally now eyeing near-term resistance at 7900. Here are the updated targets & invalidation levels.
  9. Aussie, Kiwi Dollars Rise on Chinese PMI Data and Risk Appetite
    The Australian and New Zealand Dollars advanced, bolstered by swelling risk appetite and an unexpected recovery in Chinese manufacturing activity.
  10. Dollar Finds No Traction on Yellen’s Support for Hawkish Shift
    Fed Chairwoman Janet Yellen delivered her testimony before the Senate Banking Committee Tuesday and the content of her remarks seemed to reinforce a position the market has been acclimating to: that a rate hike is soon at hand
  11. EUR/USD to Eye Resistance on Upbeat German Unemployment Report
    A further improvement in German’s labor market may spur a near-term rebound in EUR/USD as it fosters an improved outlook for growth and inflation.
  12. EURUSD Technicals Back in Focus- February Opening Range Setup
    With the Greek headlines dying down, the technicals are back in focus as the weekly opening range sets up just above support. Updated targets & invalidation levels.
  13. Central Bank Commentary to Provide Spark for USD, GBP, CAD
    The BoC, BoE, and Fed will all be updating markets on their recent perspectives and implications on monetary policy today.
  14. Pound May Rise as US Dollar Falls on Bank of England, Fed Testimony
    The British Pound may rise while the US Dollar falls as BOE Governor Carney and Fed Chair Yellen testify before their overseers in the US and UK legislatures.
  15. Webinar: Scalp Setups Target Sterling Crosses
    Currency Strategist Michael Boutros discusses current market setups and takes your questions on near-term trading.
  16. Is USD Consolidation Ready to End? Charts for the Week
    Prices have started to exit recent ranges ahead of news from Greece and Congressional testimony from Fed Chair Yellen.
  17. Euro to Look Past German IFO Data, Focus on Greece Endgame
    The Euro is likely to look past Germany’s IFO business confidence survey to focus on the endgame of Greece’s bailout extension negotiations.
  18. EUR/JPY, EUR/USD Losing Uptrends from January Lows
    Caution, however: the technicals aren't exaclty clean, thanks to the lingering impact of Greece-related headlines.
  19. USD/CAD to Eye Monthly Highs on Dismal Canada Retail Sales
    A weak Canada Retail Sales print may push USD/CAD back towards the monthly high (1.2797) should the data print fuel expectations for another BoC rate cut.
  20. Markets Set Sights on Greece as Debt Standoff Enters Eleventh Hour
    Currency markets are nervously treading water, with traders leery of taking directional bets as Greece’s standoff with Eurozone officials enters the eleventh hour.

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