Monthly archive August, 2015

Webinar: ECB, NFP Report to Carve Opening Range for Euro Crosses

Talking Points Weekly DailyFX Scalp Webinar archive covering featured setups Updated targets & invalidation levels Event Risk on Tap This Week EURJPY Daily Notes: The 135.32 key support confluence noted last week remains in play with the 135.32-136.41 range in focus to start the week. Read More →

NZD Fails to Retain Range- AUD Holds Support Ahead of RBA

Talking Points: - NZD/USD Fails to Retain Tight Range- Retail Crowd Remains Net-Long. - AUD/USD Tests Support Ahead of Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) Rate Decision. - USDOLLAR Resistance in Focus as Bullish Formation Gathers Pace. For more updates, sign up for David's e-mail Read More →

Forex Volatility Risk Remains High on Critical Week for US Dollar

- Forex volatility prices point to a big start to the month of September across FX markets - Our focus remains on our high-volatility Breakout2 trading strategy - We’ll keep a close eye on the DJ FXCM Dollar Index as it breaks Read More →

US Dollar Still in Driver’s Seat versus Commodity Bloc

Talking Points: - EURUSD remains highly sensitive to shifts in global equity markets. - AUDUSD, USDCAD momentum still favor further greenback strength. - See the August forex seasonality report. It's been over two weeks since we've delved into FX markets, and at first glance, Read More →

Euro, Yen Rise as Jackson Hole Outcome Sends Markets Scrambling

Talking Points: Euro, Yen Rise as News-Flow from Jackson Hole Fuels Risk Aversion Anew New Zealand Dollar Underperforms as Business Confidence Hits 6-Year Low Eurozone CPI May Reveal Markets’ Outlook for ECB Policy Announcement The Euro and the Japanese Yen outperformed in overnight trade Read More →

Oil, Copper Drop as China Jitters Linger. Gold Muted amid Macro Events

Talking Points: Oil lowered as US rig rose, Iran deal gained traction Copper in abeyance before China manufacturing gauge on Tuesday Gold subdued againstUS rate hike chances, macro events ahead A series of political gatherings last week and this week made commodities more susceptible Read More →