The USD/JPY is the key to the boom and doom of the global economy, this carry trade determines each point to which a global economic crisis is likely to take place. If you watch the USD/JPY carefully from 1985, you will notice lower highs forming. With each peak of the high is the date where the recession had already taken place, where as if you measure the peaks for each lower high you could precisely predict when the next recession would have taken place, and following the continuous lower…See More
EURUSD: A follow through higher the past week suggests further price extension in the new week. Further out, resistance resides at the 1.3750 level where a break will aim at the 1.3800 level. Price hesitation may occur here but if violated it will target the 1.3850 level. Its weekly RSI is bullish and pointing higher supporting this view. Conversely, support lies at the 1.3300 level with a break turning focus to the 1.3250 level and possibly lower towards the 1.3200 level. We may see bulls come…See More
After posting weekly gains for four consecutive weeks, GBP/USD took a break and posted modest losses last week. The pair closed the week at 1.6347. This week’s key release is Manufacturing Production. Here is an outlook for the main events moving the pound, and an updated technical analysis for GBP/USD.British PMIs were a mix last week, and there were no surprises from the BOE, which kept interest rates and…See More
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