The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) interest rate decision may keep AUD/USD afloat if the central bank tames speculation for additional monetary support.
The US Dollar, Euro, British Pound and Australian Dollar will all be at the mercy of political developments in Asia, Europe and North America this week. An avalanche of PMI data will set the backdrop.
The Dow Jones, S&P 500 and Nasdaq Composite may climb after my Wall Street index avoided a downside breakout. Donald Trump’s news conference on China cooled escalation woes.
The Australian Dollar, Canadian Dollar and Euro await the RBA, BoC and ECB respectively. Brexit talks continue, and rising fears of a no-deal could weigh on the British Pound. Will the Dow Jones an…
US-China tensions remain, ECB stands ready to expand QE purchases, EU-UK trade talks in focus.
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The medium-term gold outlook still seems favorable as the Fed, ECB and more keep rates around 0. Immediate event risk ahead includes the RBA and BoC interest rate decisions, US jobs data and Brexit…
The US dollar continued to sell-off this week and the greenback’s future will be decided by commentary from the White House and not the Federal Reserve over the coming days and weeks.
The ongoing contraction in US production may keep oil prices afloat in June as crude output falls to its lowest level since October 2018.
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