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EUR in demand

Daily Outlook - 15 July 2020 By: Stuart Cowell EUR in demand (4 mth high) ahead of ECB & EU, No change or surprises...

US Inventories and Oil Market

Sharp Decline in the private section! By: Ahura Chalki WTI recovered yesterday's loss after Wall Street's recovery from first hours red trading zone, however,...

Sterling in the Cross-hairs today

  By: Stuart Cowell GBPUSD, H1 UK data today has continued the pressure on Sterling, with the UK economy rebounding less than expected in May....

JP MORGAN – Q2 Earnings Preview 2020

JP MORGAN, Daily & Weekly By: Andria Pichidi One of the world’s largest banking institutions in the United States, JP Morgan (JPM), will report...

GOLDMAN SACHS: Prospect of the Q2 2020 Income Report

  By: Ady Revenue Season Q2 The second quarter earnings season has arrived, with 27 S&P 500 companies reporting their results this week for an...

Virus and Tensions

Gold and week ahead! By: Ahura Chalki The first day of the week for the Gold market was testing the resistance but filed...

Citigroup – Q2 Earnings Review

  By: Chayut Citigroup (C) will announce its second quarter earnings results before the US market opened on Tuesday, July 14, which is the quarter that has...

Equities rallied over +1.2%

Daily Outlook - 14 July 2020 By: Stuart Cowell Equities rallied over +1.2% but sold off into close -1.0%. USD gained. New lockdowns in...

FX Update – Risk On Ahead of Earnings Season

AUDUSD & XAUUSD, H1 By: Stuart Cowell Risk-on positioning has seen the Dollar and Yen soften in currency markets. The narrow trade-weighted USDIndex fell...

EURJPY Technical Outlook and ECB Economic Projections

  By: Ady The strengthening of EURJPY is a combination of the EUR expansion and a weakening of the JPY together, however, it seems that this...