The Dow Jones tumbled 2.29% on Monday as a rapid surge in coronavirus cases across the US and Europe dampened growth prospects. The Nikkei 225 and ASX 200 risk a pullback.
The Australian Dollar didn’t appreciate fading Chinese industrial profits as roadblocks risk undermining global growth recovery bets. Will AUD/USD fall on bearish technical cues?
Gold prices may continue to slip if concern about rising Covid-19 cases pushes the haven-linked USD higher amid waning recovery prospects. Biden continues to lead in the polls.
The Nasdaq 100 is in a precarious position ahead of a week that is surely one of the most important periods in months with big-tech earnings, GDP and the election on tap.
The US Dollar looks primed for heightened volatility this week as election risk intensifies and key themes like stimulus talks, equity earnings, and COVID-19 restrictions exacerbate uncertainty.
Gold prices are approaching three months of digestion following the aggressive bullish backdrop from this summer.
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USD/JPY attempts to claw back last weeks losses with a test of 105.00