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Forex Analysis: Dollar, Yen Fall as Markets React to Fiscal Cliff Deal

The safe-haven US Dollar and Japanese Yen tumbled as risk appetite swelled after US lawmakers reached a last-minute deal avoiding the dreaded “fiscal cliff”. Talking Points US Dollar, Yen Plunge as Risk Appetite Swells on “Fiscal Cliff” Compromise Status-Quo Eurozone PMI, German CPI Read More →

Forex Analysis: Fiscal Cliff Tensions Favor High-Volatility Strategies

Article Summary: An important jump in market volatility expectations warns that the US Dollar and major FX counterparts could see sharp swings in the New Year, and we favor trend-following and volatility-friendly strategies into January. DailyFX PLUS System Trading Signals – Read More →

Forex News: Exceptionally Quiet European Session Sees A Small Euro Decline

The currency markets were extremely quiet during today’s session as there was little chatter and no significant economic releases. Liquidity is expected to remain low for the last day of the Christmas to New Years break. The one story that remains Read More →

Forex Trade Ideas: Top Trading Opportunities for 2013

We have passed through a year of tremendous uncertainties, persistent momentum and unusual market conditions. Looking ahead to 2013, major changes to underlying activity levels and long-standing trends present considerable trade potential. Below are the DailyFX Top Trading Opportunities of Read More →

Forex News: Fiscal Cliff Negotiations Boost US Dollar Forecast

Financial market stress over the so called “Fiscal Cliff” in the United States has led the safe-haven US Dollar (ticker: USDOLLAR) higher against riskier counterparts. The looming deadline has led volatility expectations noticeably above recent lows, and the correlated Dow Read More →

Forex News: Euro Erases Gains As Risk Appetites Abate

For the third day in a row, the Euro is seeing some unexpected volatility, as there is no significant fundamental news to drive prices, and liquidity is low for the holiday week. The Euro is down fifty points against the Read More →