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DAILY & WEEKLY MARKET ANALYSIS

Learn. Adapt. Conquer. See the latest market analysis and plan your trade ahead. GKFX offers
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Our Market Research section is based on top economic news and global analysis providers.

DAILY ARTICLES

Read about the latest market developments and receive updates on economy events. We carefully
select and write about the major events that impact the markets directly.

Gold jumps with US inflation highest since 2008

There was a sense of relief after US inflation data was release showing the highest price increases since 2008. The dollar slid and Wall Street hit a fresh record high on expectations a dovish Fed will downplay the report in its meeting next week.

Meme Stock Frenzy & ECB Preview

All eyes are on the ECB Meeting and US inflation data on Thursday, where both events could steer interest rate expectations for the US and Europe. Traders on Reddit continue to push new meme stocks higher as old favourites drop back.

10 June 2021

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Bitcoin slides after Feds seize Colonial ransom

Cryptocurrencies including Bitcoin and Ethereum dropped again after Federal investigators managed to recover the supposedly encrypted random taken from the Colonial pipeline. FX markets have been calm before inflation data.

09 June 2021

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Dollar dumps after NFP miss

The US dollar dropped sharply after non-farm payroll missed expectations for a second month, while gold jumped. Canada’s TSX index rose above 20,000 for the first time. El Salvador might adopt Bitcoin as legal tender.

07 June 2021

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WEEK AHEAD VIDEO

How did the past week affect the Forex markets? Highlights, breaking points and lessons to get from
last week’s trades… What can traders expect from the next week? Major events, opportunities and
more in Weekly Market Analysis videos!

Weekly Webinar: June 08

GBP/USD trading at 2yr high, Gold, Bitcoin & more

WEEK AHEAD: JUNE 07

The price of oil just broke out to its highest in 2 ½ years so I discuss whether this is an opportunity to jump onboard the uptrend. This week we see lots of CPI and GDP data released, so I’ll tie that in when I run through the economic calendar. Thanks! Rich

07 June 2021

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Weekly Webinar: June 01

WTI crude oil major resistance, EUR/USD, Silver & more

01 June 2021

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WEEK AHEAD: MAY 31

Non-farm payrolls are released this Friday following the shock miss from last month, while I discuss the possible next moves in Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies as well as rundown the economic calendar for the week ahead . Thanks! Rich

31 May 2021

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ANALYSIS - F.A.Q.

Is Forex trading related to news?

Yes, definitely. Forex markets are decentralized. There is no entity regulating the market. Therefore, Forex traders follow the economy and global news closely so that they can foresee potential price changes. An upcoming election, yearly unemployment statistics or interest rate updates will definitely have an impact on currencies.

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