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22 July 2014 - Categories: technical analysis By Steve - Comments: 0
Economic Event Risks for GBP This Week

Economic Event Risks for GBP This Week

While geopolitical risks are dominating the headlines this week, there are still a few economic events that could have a strong impact on GBP price action. Among these are the BOE meeting minutes release, UK retail sales report, and preliminary GDP data. The BOE meeting minutes is due on Wednesday 9:30 am GMT and is

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22 July 2014 - Categories: technical analysis By Aaron Haynes - Comments: 0
Potential Reversal on CAD/JPY - July 22, 2014

Potential Reversal on CAD/JPY – July 22, 2014

CAD/JPY has been on a stable downtrend for almost the entire month of July as a descending trend line can be drawn to connect its highs. However, price recently made a strong upside break, indicating that the downtrend may be about to turn. Price has since found resistance at the 94.50 minor psychological level and

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21 July 2014 - Categories: fundamentals By Steve - Comments: 0
RBNZ Interest Rate Decision Guide

RBNZ Interest Rate Decision Guide

The Reserve Bank of New Zealand is set to make its interest rate statement this week and this might be one of the most market-moving economic events among those lined up. The central bank is widely expected to hike rates by 0.25% again, marking their fourth consecutive tightening move this year. Data from New Zealand

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21 July 2014 - Categories: technical analysis By Aaron Haynes - Comments: 0
Simple Moving Average Signals on EUR/GBP - July 21, 2014

Simple Moving Average Signals on EUR/GBP – July 21, 2014

EUR/GBP has been on a strong downtrend for the past few months, thanks to the huge difference in monetary policy biases of the ECB and the BOE. While the ECB has cut several interest rates and expressed its intention to implement further easing if necessary, the BOE has indicated that it plans to hike interest

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17 July 2014 - Categories: fundamentals By Steve - Comments: 0
BOC Interest Rate Decision Review

BOC Interest Rate Decision Review

As expected, the Bank of Canada decided to keep monetary policy unchanged and interest rates on hold for the time being. Governor Poloz admitted that he is very disappointed with the Canadian economy, as a recovery still hasn’t taken hold. He decided to lower GDP forecasts for Canada this year and next year, while also downgrading

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