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EUR/USD Turns Lower after US ISM Manufacturing Beats

Rebound in US manufacturing activity may offer the Fed more evidence to raise rates by the end of the year.

COT-4th Most Selling by CAD Speculators Since at Least 2002

The 1 week change in CAD speculative and commercial positioning (net speculative change – net commercial change) was extreme last week and warns of downside exhaustion in the currency.

FTSE 100: Bull Pattern Breakout to Start Q4

The UK benchmark is on the verge of closing outside of bullish inverse head-and-shoulders pattern.

EUR/GBP, GBP/JPY, & GBP/USD near Breaking Points as Brexit Fears Resurface

Reports suggesting the UK will trigger Article 50 by March 2017 has the British Pound back on the skids.

Pound Drops as Brexit Timeline Emerges, US Dollar Eyes ISM Data

The British Pound fell after UK Prime Minister May pledged to begin formal Brexit talks by the end of March 2017. The US Dollar looks to ISM survey data to inform Fed policy bets.

Gold Prices Fall, Crude Oil Gains Amid Easing Deutsche Bank Fears

Gold prices fell while crude oil traded higher alongside equity markets as reports that Deutsche Bank and US regulators may be nearing settlement stoked risk appetite.

Fundamental and Technical 4Q Outlook: Will Markets Transition from Quiet to Active?

We have closed out one of the most subdued quarters of trading in recent memory. However, the congestion isn't likely to last for much longer as fundamental pressure taxes the closing technical boundaries across the market. What catalysts can force the explosion and what direction will the markets take?

US Dollar Faces Election, Fed Waffling, Risk in 4Q

The previous quarter marked one of the most extreme periods of inactivity for the global markets in decades. Despite the narrow ranges for exchange rates and asset prices, however, the fundamental tension continued to build beneath the surface.

British Pound Weakness to Abate on Less-Dovish BoE

The long-term outlook for the British Pound remains tilted to the downside as the U.K. remains on course to depart from the European Union (EU), but the bearish sentiment surrounding the sterling may abate over the remainder of the year as the Bank of England (BoE) endorses a wait-and-see approach for monetary policy.

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