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U.S. Dollar (USD)

The dollar made up for its lackluster performance on Wednesday by taking back a good number of pips it had lost against its major counterparts. It stole 23 pips away from the yen while snatching 31 pips away from the euro. Let’s see if it’ll hold on to its gains today! Read more…

Euro (EUR)

On the strength of improved risk appetite, the euro rallied early in the London session, as EUR/USD climbed all the way up to as high as 1.3197. Unfortunately, the gains were short-lived and the pair dropped all the way back down to end at 1.3025, down 53 pips from its opening price. Read more…

British Pound (GBP)

The pound sure has some wild moves up its sleeve! GBP/USD spiked to a high of 1.5775 before it boogied down to close at 1.5677, 16 pips up from its 1.5661 open price. GBP/JPY topped at 122.60 then ended the day at 122.41. Read more…

Japanese Yen (JPY)

Close, but not close enough! The yen almost pulled off victories against the dollar and the euro as it started the day with a steady climb. After the BOJ’s monetary policy statement, it rallied up the charts to post decent gains during the Tokyo session. However, it spent the rest of the day undoing its progress and eventually ended the day weaker against its two major counterparts. Read more…

Canadian Dollar (CAD)

What an up and down day for the Loonie! After sprinting to as low as 1.0210 midway through the London session, the pair reversed course and made its way back up to the 1.0300 handle. By the end of the day, the pair was trading at 1.0260, marking a 40-pip loss on the day. Read more…

Australian Dollar (AUD)

The Aussie gave about as good as it got as it ended almost unchanged against the Greenback yesterday. After reaching an intraday high of 1.0220, AUD/USD came falling back down to end the day just 18 pips higher at 1.0093. What’s in store for the Aussie today? Read more…

New Zealand Dollar (NZD)

It was a topsy-turvy day for the Kiwi as it made a strong rally during the Asian session only to erase its gains and end up lower against the Greenback. NZD/USD opened at .7695, reached a high of .7776, then closed at .7690. Read more…

Swiss Franc (CHF)

I guess it’s true what they say… With less liquidity comes more volatility. And that’s exactly what we saw with the Swissy’s price action yesterday! USD/CHF opened at .9318, jumped to a high of .9394, then closed at .9357. EUR/CHF topped at 1.2243 before closing at 1.2208. Read more…

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