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DAILY & WEEKLY MARKET ANALYSIS

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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.

Robinhood stock dives on debut

Shares of Robinhood that debuted today on the Nasdaq dived 8% in the worst IPO performance ever for a company of its size. The dollar continued to fall in the wake of Wednesday’s Fed meeting.

Dollar slides & Gold jumps after Fed

The Fed failed to update markets on a timeline for tapering, which sent the US dollar lower, while the British pound and gold rallied as a result. China stocks are slightly higher after government officials met top bankers to calm market jitters.

29 July 2021

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Apple posts record profit in Q2

Apple reported record profits for the second quarter thanks to surging iPhone sales. Wall Street pulled back on Tuesday while the dollar softened ahead of today’s Fed decision.

28 July 2021

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Bitcoin spikes back over $40k

Bitcoin rose back over $40,000 amid optimism Amazon might introduce the cryptocurrency as a method of payment. US stocks hit record highs before big US tech earnings this week.

27 July 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: JULY 27

Get your forex trading strategy right this week with our weekly webinar. Get expert technical analysis of the major #forex #cryptocurrencies #indices #commodities #stocks & #shares markets.

WEEK AHEAD: JULY 26

The last meeting of the US Federal Reserve until after the summer should be a big driving force for forex markets. Also, the big tech companies report second-quarter earnings, which has implications for tech stocks as well as the Nasdaq index. Lots to discuss. Thanks! Rich

26 July 2021

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WEEK AHEAD: JULY 19

The European Central Bank and People’s Bank of China both set monetary policy while US earnings season has started. I will take a look at the Euro-dollar and dollar-Chinese yuan currency pairs for how they setup before the action this week. Thanks! Rich

19 July 2021

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WEEKLY WEBINAR: JULY 13

Oil bearish setup, USD/JPY & more...

13 July 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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