As Marine Le Pen is defeated by Emmanuel Macron in the French elections, this week’s analysis of the immediate market reaction is that a ‘buy on dips strategy’ for EUR/USD may ensue
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Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen won the first round of election. Is it a good time to short EUR/USD expecting the gap to close?
Trump said the dollar is too strong and he likes interest rate to be low. USD/JPY broke below 109 and display signs of heading towards 107.
USD/JPY has been heading south after the March rate hike. Will non-farm payroll push USD/JPY back above 112?
UK inflation outperformed, GBP/USD broke above 1.25. Will GBP/USD stay above 1.25 after Article 50 is invoked?
USD/JPY plunged after Fed’s first rate hike in 2017. USD/JPY heading towards 112, when will we see it going back to 115 or even 118 level?
USD/JPY broke 115 before non-farm payroll, but crashed back below on profit taking. Will Fed rate hike this week push USD/JPY above 115 again?
USD/JPY popped beyond 114, as traders priced in almost a “firm deal” on Federal Reserve rate hike in March. Will USD/JPY go beyond 115?
The market continues to doubt Federal Reserve’s resolve to tighten. As the upcoming FOMC meeting in March draws nearer, will USD/JPY break through the key level of 112?
Once again, market has proven to be irrational. Fed Chair Janet Yellen’s hawkish comments and positive US data failed to inspire the dollar bull. USD/JPY ended last week below 113.
Fed chair Yellen is scheduled to deliver the first semi-annual monetary policy report under the new leadership of President Trump. Will she support or sink the dollar?
Non-farm payroll came in much stronger than expected, but wage growth and unemployment rate disappointed. Where will USD/JPY be heading?
GBP/USD rallied 360 pips after UK prime minister Theresa May’s speech. Will the reality of hard Brexit eventually bring the sterling down?
GBP/USD opened the week with a 170 pips gap. Will the sterling slide further this week?
The rise in insolvencies is attributed to continued uncertainty in the geo-political and economic environment, along with the depreciation of the pound.
An industry report by East and Partners shows that the top non-bank provider of foreign currency to British firms last year was Western Union, followed by Monex, CMC Markets, IG Markets, Saxo Bank and American Express.