AUD/USD rose to a lingering resistance level, buoyed by Wall Street sentiment. Renewed tensions between Australia and China may weigh on the Aussie-Dollar, however.
It was a big start to the week for the British Pound, but can Sterling bulls continue to push?
A wait-and-see approach from the Bank of Canada at its upcoming meeting, in light of an ever-worsening local coronavirus situation, could open the door for USD/CAD to extend recent gains.
The Nasdaq 100 shifts lower for a second day despite mostly upbeat earnings reports. Traders will shift focus to Australia’s retail sales figure during Wednesday’s Asia-Pacific session.
The Dow Jones, Nasdaq, and S&P 500 could continue to trudge higher in the coming days on the back of robust Q1 corporate earnings figures.
NZD/USD is on the move higher as rising commodity prices and US Dollar weakness bolstered the New Zealand Dollar. Investors are eyeing inflation data.
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The USD/JPY exchange rate is challenging a key inflection point after sliding significantly lower on the back of falling US Treasury yields. Is a more extended correction in the offing?
Bitcoin broke out in a big way on the day of the Coinbase IPO, but it's Ethereum that's continued to push with even more strength over the past 24 hours.
The US Dollar looks to incoming retail sales and jobless data to revive reflation and Fed tightening speculation after receding bond yields weighed on the benchmark currency.
AUD/USD's trendline break has the currency pair aiming higher, but the Australian jobs report will likely dictate the Aussie-Dollar's direction.
Gold prices are getting close to the neckline of a double bottom pattern - but are bulls finally ready to re-take control?
The tech-heavy Nasdaq may outperform the benchmark Dow Jones index in the coming weeks as strong demand for Treasuries, and in-line inflation prints, take some steam out of the Reflation Trade.
AUD/USD approaches trendline resistance, with event-driven risk events looming in the form of Australian Consumer confidence and an interest rate decision from the Reserve Bank of New Zealand.
The US Dollar may extend gains in the near term as base effects result in a marked rise in inflation, and long-term Treasury auctions push yields higher.
NZD/USD may be set to breakout as price contends with the resistance level of a Falling Wedge pattern. Meanwhile, Chinese economic data is on tap for Tuesday's Asia Pacific session.
The British Pound had a big start to the year. But so far Q2 is shaping up to be quite a bit different.
The Euro’s recent rebound against the US Dollar may prove short-lived, despite a relatively bullish technical outlook, if upcoming inflation and retail sales figures intensify Federal Reserve taper...
The Chinese Yuan and Asia-Pacific equity markets may move on incoming March new loans data. Meanwhile, traders will be eyeing an interview with US Fed Chair Powell.
The Canadian Dollar is at risk of losing further ground against its US counterpart if upcoming employment data disappoints market participants.