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Central bankers stole the show once more as the pound and euro reacted to remarks from Carney and Draghi. Here’s what you need to know. Read more
Mixed reaction to positive German business sentiment and a spike in the Swiss franc highlight currency price action in today’s morning London session. Read more
With not a lot of data on the docket, Asian session forex traders took cues from their U.S. counterparts and fostered a risk-friendly trading environment. Read more
The Loonie staged a solid comeback in the New York trading session after BOC Governor Poloz clarified that they’re not likely to cut interest rates anytime soon.
Positive European PMI data and the outlook on U.K.’s export sector had the markets in risk-on mode during the morning London trading session. Read more
Forex trading was a mixed bag of nuts, as a lack of fresh catalysts kept the major currencies in tight intraday ranges. Here’s what’s up! Read more
The Loonie is once again the main mover given that half of the Top 10 Movers are CAD pairs, & the euro had its fair share of volatility thanks to the ECB! Read more
Another round of mixed price action in the currency markets thanks to a surprise in U.K. government borrowing, Fed speculation, and oil’s bounce back in the morning London session. Read more
The dollar continued to clobber its major counterparts, as a lack of new economic releases inspired Asian session forex traders to extend moves from the previous session. Read more
Volatility picked up for euro and franc pairs as soon as Governor Draghi grabbed the mic while the Greenback managed to squeeze out some gains.
The ECB monetary policy event had traders mostly sitting on the sidelines during the morning London session, with exception to a little action from U.K. Retail Sales. Read more
The Aussie was the bad hombre during the Asian session, as it gained lost pips on the back of weak Australian data. Read more
The Loonie stole the forex show when the BOC made its interest rate statement while the euro and pound tumbled on “hard Brexit” expectations.
Wonky price action during the morning London session, but oil moves and risk aversion sentiment was able to give us some direction in the currency markets. Read more