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Gold The yellow metal fell to a fresh nineteen month low this week before posting a mild recovery later in the week as the US Dollar conceded some of its recent gains. The pullback in USD is attributed to news of talks between the US and China over their ongoing trade conflict. It has been announced that a delegation from China, led by Wang Sho...

2018-08-17 James Harte Read more
forex gold

Gold The yellow metal was lower once again this week, printing its fifth consecutive losing week, as the US Dollar climbed higher on global geopolitical tensions. With the Fed having reaffirmed its commitment to continuing its tightening program this year, and data continuing to print firmly, USD has been enjoying a renewed rally over recent we...

2018-08-10 James Harte Read more
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The week ahead is expected to start somewhat slower compared to the previous week, as data on the economic calendar is rather limited. The RBNZ’s monetary policy meeting is due this week, which is likely to gather attention amid lack of any other fundamentals to fall back on. No changes are expected to the overnight cash rate, but investors w...

2018-08-06 John Benjamin Read more
April BoC meeting

The markets are looking towards new trading week, marking the start of the second quarter. The economic calendar is looking busy, at least where the USD is concerned. With Monday being the Easter bank holiday, the European markets are expected to remain shut. US Payrolls and RBA meeting are up. Data from the U.S. will start with the ISM’s man...

2018-04-10 John Benjamin Read more
ECB FrankFurt

Economic data for the week ahead slips one notch lower, as data will primarily be focusing on the U.S. consumer price index data that is due to come out on Friday. The retail sales figures are also expected later during the same day. Elsewhere, the UK will be reporting its manufacturing and industrial production figures. Data from the Euro...

2018-01-17 John Benjamin Read more

With the New Year and a new trading week ahead and economic releases in full swing, traders will have little time to get over the holiday hangover. As the New Year has already dawned upon us, the year ahead will see quite a few questions being asked. Orbex has five questions for the markets in 2018. Has the era of easy monetary policy finally...

2018-01-11 John Benjamin Read more